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post #3311 of 34182 Old 11-19-2012, 01:53 PM
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The 3570K I tried would do 4.5GHz stable at 1.3v+ and only OC up to 5GHz at 1.52v and no higher. Not good enough as I already have a 3770K that is better than that.
So, I returned the 3570K to MC today, and they still have the $229 deal going on for the 3770K's today and even had three left! Good thing I went before lunch as they were going fast!
I also picked up some new memory to play with - Kingston Hyper X Predator 2133 - hope they OC good, my Crucial Ballistic Tactical 1866 went up to 2133 before I stopped trying....


Well. if im able to get stable at 5ghz@ 1.52 after liquid pro and temps are not over 85c, i will be very very happy.
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Another delidder here! I have to thank this thread for giving guidance (and confidence) to get this done! Unfortunately I did not overclock before the delid, but I did see a 11C drop in loaded temps at stock speeds under Prime95 load. After looking at everything online I figured I would go ahead and delid before even starting to OC. With my custom cooler, my load temps at stock went from 19C to 8C averages on my hottest core. I used Gelid extreme both on die and replaced IHS.
I'm currently in process of OCing CPU, now at 4.9Ghz. I cannot remember voltage setting for my life right now (at work) but I believe it is around 1.3-1.32, but I'm only at 38C max on load so I think I have some more room to go higher. I can only wonder what the temps would of been without delidding, as I've heard at high voltages the stock space/TIM made great coolers ineffective. Again, thank you guys/girls!
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Well. if im able to get stable at 5ghz@ 1.52 after liquid pro and temps are not over 85c, i will be very very happy.

Good luck2 and you should along eith possible lower vcore. Mess with you pll to see if you can get it.

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Another delidder here! I have to thank this thread for giving guidance (and confidence) to get this done! Unfortunately I did not overclock before the delid, but I did see a 11C drop in loaded temps at stock speeds under Prime95 load. After looking at everything online I figured I would go ahead and delid before even starting to OC. With my custom cooler, my load temps at stock went from 19C to 8C averages on my hottest core. I used Gelid extreme both on die and replaced IHS.
I'm currently in process of OCing CPU, now at 4.9Ghz. I cannot remember voltage setting for my life right now (at work) but I believe it is around 1.3-1.32, but I'm only at 38C max on load so I think I have some more room to go higher. I can only wonder what the temps would of been without delidding, as I've heard at high voltages the stock space/TIM made great coolers ineffective. Again, thank you guys/girls!

38c at 100% load? at that voltage? that would be a great temp. when you get a chance please post a screen shot.

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Great to hear Valgaur! Way to go!!! thumb.gif
question to everyone - is it OK to run mem chips beyond 1.65v on a Z77 without any special cooling?

Yeah, you can go all the way up to 1.82v safely on most ram sticks even without heatsinks. Not all ram chips scale past 1.7v (like some Samsung chips, hyk0, hch9 to name a few), and some need cold to go further (like Elpida BBSE/Hypers, up to 2v lol)

So ivanlabrie, your are saying that 1.82v is safe - wow, did not think about going that high unless something was cooling something better than normal!

How about vccsa? I was thinking going up to 1.1v, but is 1.2v, or even 1.25v OK on a regular Z77 (sabertooth) without anything special for it too?

Also, anything else I can adjust in Asus BIOS to bring my ram to their highest? And should I run under XMP or manual and do my own timing?

Thanks!

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Well my cpu officially down under.

Got me 5.4ghz before dying..... was well worth the price to see these numbers.

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Good to hear about the great OC, but sad about your chip.... Did you get a validation before it died?

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Another delidder here! I have to thank this thread for giving guidance (and confidence) to get this done! Unfortunately I did not overclock before the delid, but I did see a 11C drop in loaded temps at stock speeds under Prime95 load. After looking at everything online I figured I would go ahead and delid before even starting to OC. With my custom cooler, my load temps at stock went from 19C to 8C averages on my hottest core. I used Gelid extreme both on die and replaced IHS.
I'm currently in process of OCing CPU, now at 4.9Ghz. I cannot remember voltage setting for my life right now (at work) but I believe it is around 1.3-1.32, but I'm only at 38C max on load so I think I have some more room to go higher. I can only wonder what the temps would of been without delidding, as I've heard at high voltages the stock space/TIM made great coolers ineffective. Again, thank you guys/girls!

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38c at 100% load? at that voltage? that would be a great temp. when you get a chance please post a screen shot.

Will Do! Hope I'm right about my voltage and not too far off, but I am confident about the temp for 4.9Ghz. BTW I have a 8000btu AC chilling my liquid loop.
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So ivanlabrie, your are saying that 1.82v is safe - wow, did not think about going that high unless something was cooling something better than normal!
How about vccsa? I was thinking going up to 1.1v, but is 1.2v, or even 1.25v OK on a regular Z77 (sabertooth) without anything special for it too?
Also, anything else I can adjust in Asus BIOS to bring my ram to their highest? And should I run under XMP or manual and do my own timing?
Thanks!
Good to hear about the great OC, but sad about your chip.... Did you get a validation before it died?
Glad we are here to help OC'ers like you!!! thumb.gif

1.82v for benching, for 24/7 I wouldn't pass the 1.7v mark for dram voltage.
As for Vccsa/imc volts, be careful, you can degrade your cpu integrated memory controller. I'd say 1.15v to be extra safe.
You don't really need to touch vccsa/imc or vccio/vtt normally, Ivy's imc is top notch!
If your ram settings don't boot or are unstable the cause is most likely a bad sub timing configuration or lack of vdimm/dram.
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Will Do! Hope I'm right about my voltage and not too far off, but I am confident about the temp for 4.9Ghz. BTW I have a 8000btu AC chilling my liquid loop.

lol well then, temps are ALOT different for you then.

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So ivanlabrie, your are saying that 1.82v is safe - wow, did not think about going that high unless something was cooling something better than normal!
How about vccsa? I was thinking going up to 1.1v, but is 1.2v, or even 1.25v OK on a regular Z77 (sabertooth) without anything special for it too?
Also, anything else I can adjust in Asus BIOS to bring my ram to their highest? And should I run under XMP or manual and do my own timing?
Thanks!
Good to hear about the great OC, but sad about your chip.... Did you get a validation before it died?
Glad we are here to help OC'ers like you!!! thumb.gif

1.82v for benching, for 24/7 I wouldn't pass the 1.7v mark for dram voltage.
As for Vccsa/imc volts, be careful, you can degrade your cpu integrated memory controller. I'd say 1.15v to be extra safe.
You don't really need to touch vccsa/imc or vccio/vtt normally, Ivy's imc is top notch!
If your ram settings don't boot or are unstable the cause is most likely a bad sub timing configuration or lack of vdimm/dram.

Thanks for your help ivanlabrie as always!

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