Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Diamond05, Oct 31, 2013.
4770k is not locked (up to 68x multi) and ideal ram freq. for it is 2133mhz.
Looks like a solid build man If you are planning on overclocking the 4770k I'd recommend an aftermarket CPU cooler. The stock intel one that comes with it though should be fine otherwise though, maybe able to handle some mild overclocking. The Sapphire version is even better than the Asus one I mentioned. It will definitely beat an equivalent GTX770 at resolutions above 1920*1080 and should be on par or a little better than the 770 at 1920*1080 in most/all games due to having a solid factory overclock.
I am afraid that I am going to end with hydro cooling. I am not very optimistic with so much overclocking and so many fans. Maybe an air-conditioner is cheaper than so many fans!! xaxaxa. Also I was fan of NVidia thus it's disappointing that I am gonna go with ATI again.
Get a close loop cooler for hassle free (I am not a big fan of those), or custom loop (which will set you back by quite a lot of monies).
Yes, I am searching already for that type. Currenly I am looking for Corsair Hydro Series and the top of them Hydro Series™ H110 280mm Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
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