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This review is from: Intel Core i7-920 Bloomfield Quad-Core 2.66 GHz LGA 1366 130W BX80601920 Processor
Pros: fast, cheap, good oc, still packs a punch after 4+ years
Other Thoughts: to mr. CPLREGGIE
Ok first things first, to oc the cpu and/or the ram you need a motherboard that allows it. In example, i bought a second hand acer predator as it was cheap. I wanted to oc but my mother board (g7711) would not let me oc for jack, i would have had to oc with a program that acer provited. I decited and bought a secon hand asus rampage gene II, now the oc was possible, but my ram was no good so I bought some sector 5 ram that was ocable to 2400. My motherboard has option that will oc cpu and ram by itself, I can get the cpu to 3.6 and ram to 1800. But I wante da bit more so I went with 3.8 and 1800.
I`m guessing you have some hardware that sets limitation for your ram, probably your motherboard, idk I dont kow much about this stuff, all I know is with what I found on google I was able to get stable 3.8 + 1800. So if a noob like me can do this, I`m guessing your level 4 is a bit of a show off tag. Hope you didn get offended by this.