Aria Gladiator HD2-K Review

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Aria Gladiator HD2-K Review


As mentioned on page one, the silicone lottery means you aren't guaranteed the same overclock from every processor. Our HD2-K today has right in the middle of the possible overclocks, 4.7GHz. Still more than plenty for anything you could throw at it. Don't let the fact it's not 4.8 GHz fool you. 2% slower when you've got all this power available it nearly meaningless.

Aria Gladiator HD2-K Review  


The Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro Dual CPU Cooler is a previous Silver Award winner here at OC3D, and demonstrates its prowess again here as part of the HD2-K.

Aria Gladiator HD2-K Review

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Most Recent Comments

20-06-2011, 11:32:11

Monster of a machine and not that different from my current setup

Is 1.4v a 24/7 safe voltage for an i5 2500k?Quote

20-06-2011, 11:51:38

nice rig for the bucks

would be even better underwater

well done ariaQuote

20-06-2011, 11:59:22

Nice Looks, great performance and competative price- Nice rig Aria! Quote

20-06-2011, 12:03:23

Originally Posted by BigIan88 View Post

Monster of a machine and not that different from my current setup

Is 1.4v a 24/7 safe voltage for an i5 2500k?
About as high as Id say to go for a retail system yes matey.Quote

20-06-2011, 12:11:07

Brains sure can build a nice looking system can't he Quote

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