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Just got a 3570K, will start testing in some hours. I'll disable HT on a 2600k to do some comparison runs.

Will be using water first, then chilled water and then some LN2 in a couple of days.

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Testing rig:

Cpu
3570K, 3770K (ETA Wednesday 18th), 2600K

Motherboard
Asus Maximus V Gene 0701 bios

Ram
Comparison done on Gskill 1600Mhz 6-9-6-24 @ 1600Mhz 9-9-9-24

Cooling
Custom loop, dual HwLabs GTX360 GT-15 Push-Pull 10-15c ambient.

Temporary update:

Performance Comparison
Performance Comparison (Click to show)

3DMark 11
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Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock)

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 6423
Run 2: 6481
Run 3: 6429
Average: 6444.3

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 6411
Run 2: 6392
Run 3: 6386
Average: 6396.3
Improvement from SB to IB: 48P = 0.75%


Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 8059
Run 2: 8041
Run 3: 8095
Average: 8065

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 7728
Run 2: 7700
Run 3: 7696
Average: 7708.0
Improvement from SB to IB: 357P = 4.63%

3DMark Vantage
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Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock)

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 18903
Run 2: 18579
Run 3: 18905
Average: 18795.3

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 18233
Run 2: 18192
Run 3: 18068
Average: 18164.3
Improvement from SB to IB: 631P = 3.47%

Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 24752
Run 2: 24709
Run 3: 24810
Average: 24757.0


Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
CPU Score
Run 1: 23721
Run 2: 23781
Run 3: 23532
Average: 23711.3
Improvement from SB to IB: 1045,7P = 4.41%

CineBench.
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Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock)

480
Score: 5.67P

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz

480
Score: 5.43P
Improvement from SB to IB: 0.24P = 4.41%


Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF@ 4.5Ghz

480
Score: 7.47P

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz
480
Score: 7.09P
Improvement from SB to IB: 0.38P = 5.35%

Super Pi mod1.5 XS
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Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock)

480
32m - 10m 00.469sec (600.46 sec)

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz

480
32m - 10m 21.443sec (621.44 sec)
Improvement from SB to IB: 20.98sec = 3.37%


Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
32m - 08m 01.261sec (481.26 sec)

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
32m - 08m 14.989sec (494.98 sec)
Improvement from SB to IB: 13.72sec = 2.77%

Wprime 1.55 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock)

480
Run 1: 8.766 sec
Run 2: 8.766 sec
Run 3: 8.766 sec
Average: 8.766 sec

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz

480
Run 1: 9.205 sec
Run 2: 9.205 sec
Run 3: 9.205 sec
Average: 9.205 sec
Improvement from SB to IB: 0.439 sec = 4.76%

Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
Run 1: 6.645 sec
Run 2: 6.645 sec
Run 3: 6.645 sec
Average: 6.645 sec

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
Run 1: 6.941 sec
Run 2: 6.941 sec
Run 3: 6.941 sec
Average: 6.941 sec
Improvement from SB to IB: 0.296 sec = 4.26%

Wprime 2.09 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock)

480
Run 1: 10.639 sec
Run 2: 10.638 sec
Run 3: 10.640 sec
Average: 10.639 sec

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz

480
Run 1: 11.138 sec
Run 2: 11.171 sec
Run 3: 11.186 sec
Average: 11.165 sec
Improvement from SB to IB: 0.526 sec = 4.71%


Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz
480
Run 1: 8.142 sec
Run 2: 8.096 sec
Run 3: 8.095 sec
Average: 8.111 sec

Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz

480
Run 1: 8.439 sec
Run 2: 8.455 sec
Run 3: 8.439 sec
Average: 8.444 sec
Improvement from SB to IB: 0.333 sec = 3.94%

Handbrake
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Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 3.4Ghz (stock) = 13m 09sec (789 sec)
Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 3.4Ghz = 14m 12sec (852 sec)
Improvement from SB to IB: 1m 03sec (63 sec) = 7.39%

Ivy Bridge 3770K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz = 10m 14sec (614 sec)
Sandy Bridge 2600K HT OFF @ 4.5Ghz = 11m 08sec (668 sec)
Improvement from SB to IB: 54sec = 8.08%

Summarize - Improvements from Sandy bridge to Ivy Bridge Performance Testing Summarize (Click to show)

3DMark 11.
3.4Ghz - 0.75% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 4.63% Improvement

3DMark Vantage
3.4Ghz - 3.47% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 4.41% Improvement

CineBench
3.4Ghz - 4.41% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 5.35% Improvement

SuperPi 32M
3.4Ghz - 3.37% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 2.77% Improvement

Wprime 1.55
3.4Ghz - 4.76% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 4.26% Improvement

Wprime 2.09
3.4Ghz - 4.71% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 3.94% Improvement

Handbrake
3.4Ghz - 7.39% Improvement
4.5Ghz - 8.08% Improvement

Note: Later tests have shown that 3770K HT OFF is ~1% faster then a 3570K at the same clocks in all tests but CineBench (Due to 2Mb extra L3 Cache), so the 3.4Ghz comparison is not 100% correct ATM. Will be updated later.

Other Benchmark results (3570K, 3770K HT On 4.9Ghz / 5Ghz)
Other Benchmark results (3570K, 3770K HT On 4.9Ghz / 5Ghz) (Click to show)
Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
480


Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
480


Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
480
Score: 7.47P


Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
480
32m - 08m 05.002sec (485.00 sec)


Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
480
Score: 6.691 sec


Ivy Bridge 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
480
Score: 8.185 sec


Ivy Bridge 3770K @ 4.9Ghz
480
Cpu Score: 34523

480
Score: 9.86

Ivy Bridge 3770K @ 5Ghz
480
Score: 4.772 sec


Thermal Testing
Thermal Testing (Click to show)
Cooling
Custom loop, dual HwLabs GTX360 GT-15 Push-Pull, Dual Laing D5 @ Setting 5 = 285 L/H (1.255 GPM) 10-15c ambient.

All results are in Celsius, load done with Prime95.

387

460

@ 1.1V IB runs 4,25C hotter then SB with HT off. (16.03%)
@ 1.2V IB runs 10,75C hotter then SB with HT off. (36.44%)
@ 1.3V IB runs 15,00C hotter then SB with HT off. (44.11%)
@ 1.4V IB runs 24,75C hotter then SB with HT off. (65.56%)

Note, start temps (Idle) on 3570K is not showing correct values on core 2,3 and 4

My thoughts around Ivy Bridge.

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I have seen a lot of people commenting that they are dissapointed in Ivy Bridge performance and so on, and that it's a sidegrade or a downgrade over Sandy Bridge.

This is my thoughts around the subject.

I honestly don't think IB is to bad, i think that when the large number of chips start rolling out i would guess that 50% of them will do ~4.4Ghz on 1.2v with HT ON , at that voltage a good air cooler will be good enough.

On an average water loop most chips will see 4.7Ghz and a good water loop will be able to push most chips towards 5Ghz (that is close to a 5.2Ghz SB). Find a good chip and a good water loop and i would not be surprised if we see 5.2Ghz 24/7 runs and that is the equivalent of a 5.4Ghz SB.

So in short 50% of chips will do:

- ~4.4Ghz on Air with HT on, this is about 4.7Ghz on a Sandy Bridge
- ~4.7Ghz on a decent custom watercooling loop = 5Ghz Sandy Bridge
- ~5.0Ghz on a good custom watercooling loop = 5.3Ghz Sandy Bridge.

Good/ Golden chips will be ~300Mhz more then that so that is the same as a 5Ghz Sandy Bridge on air, and close to a 5.5Ghz Sandy Bridge on a good watercooling loop

In addition to that we have PCI-EX 3.0 support, and some other goodies.

We also have much better overclocking on Phase, Dice and LN2 for those interested in that.

But this are all just speculations and estimates based on what i have seen, to be 100% sure we just have to wait another week.

LN2 runs
LN2 (Click to show)
The 3570K was horrible, gave problems even at 5.7Ghz so did not bother to try it much.
One of the 3770K's was doing 6100Mhz with 4c/8t and 6245Mhz with 2c/2t.
The other did 6250Mhz with 4c/8t and 6365Mhz with 2c/2t. Had a bit limited time, and a lot of time went between every chip change, and so on so have not really done much 3D benching.

Some of the screenshots that where taken was damaged for some reason so this are the ones that is OK, and with good scores.


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375

375

HwBot:
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2276135_eggy88_superpi_core_i7_3770k_5sec_756ms
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2276137_eggy88_pifast_core_i7_3770k_11.61_sec

Edited by Eggy88 - 4/22/12 at 4:04pm
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That's crazy!

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Paper Towel... #1 when it comes to keeping your CPU's clean and dust free...lol

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Very nice, how did you score one so early?
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Very nice, how did you score one so early?

From Hong Kong.

Going out to test it now, I've just got a P67-UD7 at hand now so need to check how that works. If it's not working great i'll rush down to a local store and grab a Z77.
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From Hong Kong.
Going out to test it now, I've just got a P67-UD7 at hand now so need to check how that works. If it's not working great i'll rush down to a local store and grab a Z77.

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sweeeeeeeeeeeeet cant wait. the i5 sandybridges are awesome chips looking foward to seeing this trend carried on smile.gif
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Can you compare it with the 3820 too?
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