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View Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?
i5 3570k 692 50.55%
i7 3770k 586 42.80%
Other 91 6.65%
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post #3101 of 7362 Old 08-19-2012, 04:38 PM
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Winnie the pooh mousepad. It worked for mad222 to get his 3770k over 7ghz, all in the mousepad (& the tape to make it his signature board I suppose).
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Winnie the pooh mousepad. It worked for mad222 to get his 3770k over 7ghz, all in the mousepad (& the tape to make it his signature board I suppose). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I like his keyboard. Looks sexy.
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Hey guys, what mouse pad should I get?

I like rigid pads, easy to keep clean, and they don't degrade from extensive use the way cloth pads tend to. Been using this one for a few months and like it pretty well.

Wow, can't use the standard BBcode for link text...oh well.

http://www.amazon.com/Allsop-Accutrack-Mouse-Pad-28238/dp/B0001Z3N0S]http://www.amazon.com/Allsop-Accutrack-Mouse-Pad-28238/dp/B0001Z3N0S

"In the sweet silence, the mental processes look about for a new leader, and the leader most prompt to appear whenever the conscience is stilled, Enlightened Self-interest, does appear. Enlightened Self-interest gives them a flag, which they adore on sight. It is essentially the black and white Jolly Roger, with these words written beneath the skull and crossbones, 'The hell with you, Jack, I've got mine!"'

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Hey guys, what mouse pad should I get?

I like rigid pads, easy to keep clean, and they don't degrade from extensive use the way cloth pads tend to. Been using this one for a few months and like it pretty well.

Wow, can't use the standard BBcode for link text...oh well.

http://www.amazon.com/Allsop-Accutrack-Mouse-Pad-28238/dp/B0001Z3N0S]http://www.amazon.com/Allsop-Accutrack-Mouse-Pad-28238/dp/B0001Z3N0S

Haha, troll listing price. $300? OMG what a saving!
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Haha, troll listing price. $300? OMG what a saving!

Lol, quite the sales tactics, wonder how many people will jump on it to save the $289...

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Lol, quite the sales tactics, wonder how many people will jump on it to save the $289...

You know what they say "there is a sucker born every minute".
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Lol, quite the sales tactics, wonder how many people will jump on it to save the $289...

You know what they say "there is a sucker born every minute".

I guess so, I can imagine Fry saying "Take my money!"
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I guess so, I can imagine Fry saying "Take my money!"

Compels me to mention my desire for a steam punk style cpu cooler or water cooling kit. Though I guess heat dissipating ceramic coatings makes this unlikely to be efficient.

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These chips have a voltage called VID (each chip is different). VID increases as clock speed increases. Basically, VID + offset voltage = voltage the chip will run at.
You can find your chip's VID at different clock speeds using coretemp if you want.

Is VID supposed to only depend on multiplier and nothing else? Because it doesn't for me. Using offset mode...
For example:
multiplier 46, coretemp VID = 1.256 idle, 1.246 under load
multiplier 47, coretemp VID = 1.256 idle, 1.246 under load <-- same as 46 multipler

Not only that, but VID changes if I change the turbo voltage (both of these are at multiplier 48):
turbo volt: 0.125, VID = 1.326 idle, 1.3210 under load
turbo volt: 0.160, VID = 1.3561 idle, 1.3561 under load <-- it's different even though same multiplier

And the voltages aren't exact since they generally alternate between two or three numbers.

Is something wrong with my system, or can someone explain exactly where the CoreTemp VID comes from?

And... as far as real voltage going to the chip... is that what CPU-Z reports as core voltage, or? When people talk about max voltage going into the chip, are they talking about as reported by CPU-Z?
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