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post #131 of 690
Well, 4.8 ghz with a load temp of 70C with a megahalens is a far cry from the 98C load with an H100 at 4.7 I've read on tweak town. Seems that they overvolted quite a bit on their review (1.36v) to get it stable.
Still not as good as I was hoping, I've been an intel fan forever but as of right now it seems that the ivy cpu's are good chips for those who will have them stock, mild OC'd and maybe LN2. I know a lot of people were expecting to hit 5 ghz on air, doesn't seem possible as of right now.
Maybe with better BIOS or a new revision people will be able to get those clocks under 1.3v (which seems to be where the temps go up a whole lot).
I wouldn't call this a failure for the general public, but for the enthusiasts out there it's certainly a disappointment.

Edit: Just realized that the tweak town chip was a 3770k, so the HT will make the heat go up considerably, but
I don't think it's a 28C difference, maybe 10c like it is with SB.
Edited by DMHernandez - 4/13/12 at 7:34am
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The 3570K scored 24187 in vantage at 4.5Ghz.

My 2500k Scores 24000 in Vantage at 4.711Ghz

.303

A decent Improvement!

The 3570K scores 8.497 Secs at 4.5ghz

My 2500K Scores 8.015 Secs at 4.711ghz

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This is the PM i got from punceh:

"Hey,

- The obvious turn of c-states, c1e and speedstep.
- Then i put my vcore on fixed voltage (1.18v for 4.5Ghz and 1.225v for 4.7Ghz IRRC)
- Vtt on fixed 1.1 aswell,
- The rest i left on auto and it seemed to have worked.
"

I'll post mine once i get home from work.

As for other benchmarks, i first and formost want to keep benchmarks from the same setup, changes in ram timings and clocks, different motherboards, etc etc can make a difference in tests and to have the margin of error as small as possible i want to have benchmarks from my rig firstly. By doing this i have the same ram timings, ram clocks, same motherboard, almost the same temperatur and so on. Doing this should give less errors.

I will make a litle section with other peoples benchmarks, but in the main section i will only use my benchmarks.

Thanks for the input guys, i really enjoy all the feedback here, and i love testing new hardware. thumb.gif
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different motherboards

^ This. I noticed some MB's have major impacts on CPU benches. This has been on my mind since I first saw this thread.
 
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This is the PM i got from punceh:
"Hey,
- The obvious turn of c-states, c1e and speedstep.

I have enabled all C-states as well as Intel Speedstep and have no problems with 5GHz 24/7.
I see no reason to choose between OC or energy efficiency while you can have both at the same time.
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^ This. I noticed some MB's have major impacts on CPU benches. This has been on my mind since I first saw this thread.

Yes, and therefore all my tests are done on the same bench, all comparisons will be with the same hardware, only thing that's changed is the cpu's.
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Yes, and therefore all my tests are done on the same bench, all comparisons will be with the same hardware, only thing that's changed is the cpu's.

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This is the PM i got from punceh:
"Hey,
- The obvious turn of c-states, c1e and speedstep.
- Then i put my vcore on fixed voltage (1.18v for 4.5Ghz and 1.225v for 4.7Ghz IRRC)
- Vtt on fixed 1.1 aswell,
- The rest i left on auto and it seemed to have worked.
"
I'll post mine once i get home from work.
As for other benchmarks, i first and formost want to keep benchmarks from the same setup, changes in ram timings and clocks, different motherboards, etc etc can make a difference in tests and to have the margin of error as small as possible i want to have benchmarks from my rig firstly. By doing this i have the same ram timings, ram clocks, same motherboard, almost the same temperatur and so on. Doing this should give less errors.
I will make a litle section with other peoples benchmarks, but in the main section i will only use my benchmarks.
Thanks for the input guys, i really enjoy all the feedback here, and i love testing new hardware. thumb.gif

Very true about ram making a large difference in benchmarks! I was just providing some information! thumb.gif

To get an accurate picture, comparisons must be done with almost exact setups!

Thanks for the hard work!
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Yes, and therefore all my tests are done on the same bench, all comparisons will be with the same hardware, only thing that's changed is the cpu's.

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Back again for some more tests, while i'm benchmarking could people take a look at this settings and see if something can be changed to bring the clock up:
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CPU Level Up: Disabled
Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
BCLK: 100.0
Turbo Ratio: Manual
Ratio Synch: Enabled

Internal PLL Overvoltage: Enabled
CPU Bus speed: DRAM Speed ratio mode: 100:100
Mem Freq: DDR3-1600Mhz
Xtreme Tweaking: Disabled
EPU Power Saving mode: Disabled

CPU Power Managment
- Enhanced Intel Speedstep: Disabled
Power Limit Control: Auto

DIGI+ Power Control
- CPU LLC: Ultra High
- CPU Voltage Freq: Auto
- CPU power phase control: Extreme
- CPU power duty control: T.Probe
- CPU Current Capability: 140%
- VRM Protection threshold: 130
- DRAM Current Capability: 100%
- DRAM Voltage freq: Auto
- DRAM Power Phase control: Auto
- DRAM Power Thermal Control: 110

VCCIO Switching freq: Auto
VCCIO Full Phase control: Auto
VCCIO Over-Current protection: Enabled

Extreme OV: Enabled
CPU Voltage: Manual Mode
CPU Manual Voltage: (ATM 1.35v)
DRAM Voltage: Auto (1.659v)
VCCSA Voltage: Auto (0.933v)
VCCIO Voltage: 1.1000
CPU PLL: 1.9v
Scew Driving Voltage: Auto (1.050v)
2nd VCCIO: 1.100
PCH Voltage: Auto (1.056v)
VTTDDR Voltage: Auto (0.750v)

ALL DRAM Data/CTRL Voltage: Auto

All Skew: Auto

Cpu Spred Spectrum: Enabled
BCKL Recovery: Enabled

CPU Config
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor: Enabled
Active Cores: All
Limit CPUID: Disabled
Execute Disable Bit: Enabled
Intel Virtualization tech: Disabled
Hardware Pref: Enabled
Adjacent Cache Line Pref: Enabled

Speed step: Disabled
C1E: Disabled
C3 Report: Disabled
C6 Report: Disabled.

I'll get finished with the rest of the stock IB benchmarks tonight, and hopefully start with the SB benchmarks.

Thanks guys
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