Re: use stock hsf for e6300
It uses alot less power than you may think, and so, the voltages can be raised higher.
Check temps all the time, but I'm pretty sure using the default heatsink, it'll be just as cool as an Athlon 64 when running, and that can be overclocked on most peoples cases, using the stock fan/heatsink.
Plus, I'm pretty sure, just like new heatsinks, it'll use copper piping to cool it even more.
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