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I am running about the same rig as he except I am using an extreme3 gen3 board. I would personally wait for Haswell. At the moment even at stock with a i5 2400 I am not seeing any true need or bottlenecks going on with current gen games to make me want to switch. IVY is only yielding a 2%-10% performance increase ATM. I personally would say no. Ok your 2400 cant overclock except for a 400mhz boost but the 2400 is still a killer chip for what it is.

Overclocking is always going to prove better performance of course but even at stock the 2400 still rocks any game I throw at it

Excellent... Thanks for the heads up. I think this is what we will wind up doing. So far he has not really complained but then again, this is his first PC. He has always played WoW from his laptop so basically, any PC is a world of difference to him at this point.
post #212 of 690
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Just done with more tests regarding the 3dMark11 results and they show the same, did 10runs @ 4.5Ghz with the IB and then switched over to SB at the same clock. Double checked that the ram timings and everything was identical.

Out of 10 runs on both cpu's the 3570K got an average of 7498 (0.45% of my last average) and the 2600K got an average of 7675 (0.43% of my last average) So that still leaves a 2.29% to the Sandy Bridge.

I've also spent a couple of hours trying to overclock the 3570K, tried a couple of 1.5V ram sticks, but that did not make any difference.

I changed all the voltage settings except VCCIO and Vcore to Auto, and VRM freq to 350, and was able to raise my clock quite a bit. It's ATM stable in 3d benchmarks, and the rest of the benchmarks @ 4.8Ghz with 1.4v, but will fail at Prime95 and so on.

I'll do a temp comparison on Monday after work or Tuesday after classes. If i'm lucky i'll get the 3770K chips in time for the LN2 runs on Wednesday.
post #213 of 690
Great work!!!

What about trying these tests on a Z77 type board? People are saying that ivy should run better on that chipset.
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Eggy88 Can you collate all the tests you have done and post them on the first please if you havent already done so. Makes it easier than reading through all the pages smile.gif

I.e screenshots of cpuz, realtemp etc
post #215 of 690
Would love to see these tested on a Sabertooth Ivy Bridge but i don't think these are out just quite yet lol.
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Great work!!!
What about trying these tests on a Z77 type board? People are saying that ivy should run better on that chipset.

He is using a maximus V gene z77 tongue.gif
post #217 of 690
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Great work!!!
What about trying these tests on a Z77 type board? People are saying that ivy should run better on that chipset.

All the tests posted by me are done on a Asus Maximus V Gene Z77 board.
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Would love to see these tested on a Sabertooth Ivy Bridge but i don't think these are out just quite yet lol.

They are available here in Norway. Link
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Eggy88 Can you collate all the tests you have done and post them on the first please if you havent already done so. Makes it easier than reading through all the pages smile.gif
I.e screenshots of cpuz, realtemp etc

All the comparison tests and tests i have used extended time with are up on the first post, other small tests like max clock and so on is at this stage not done 100% by the book and i've only just started with it. When i get the bios settings "perfect" i will post a couple of results in terms of overclocking, but i will only stress test with maybe 1 hour of P95 and some runs of IBT because i just don't have the time to let P95 run for hours and hours and have it fail 50% of the time.

I will also check how the 3770K with HT off compares with the 3570K to see if the extra 2mb of cache on the 2600K with HT off has in some way effected the scores. After that i'll try to get the same tests done with a 2600K HT On vs 3770K HT On.
Edited by Eggy88 - 4/15/12 at 2:39pm
post #218 of 690
we must not forget the ib will have pci 3.0 support, but it s kind funny that lower power, smaller cpu generates more heat, but it must be due to the smaller die size and less heat dissipation , people seem to be worried about the 3770k w/ HT(like 2600k), but i have seen statics stating the 2500k posts higher temps than than the 2600k. but the "silicone lottery" is a big factor, in every aspect of a computer, even seen it in cpu coolers different people yield different results. we wont really know the average till it hits the streets and the whole webs gets there hands on it, one more funny thing is i live 20mins from the the Intel headquarters and you guys in Europe already have the next gen chips tongue.gif
post #219 of 690
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He is using a maximus V gene z77 tongue.gif

Oye no estoy muy bien con el inglés, que es lo que está diciendo la gente, que el 3770k es básicamente una mierda que no overclockea nada, tengo el dinero justo será que mejor me voy por el 2500k que dices viejo, soy carlitox tongue.gif bueno me voy a volar chao.
post #220 of 690
@Eggy88, plenty people asking what is the TDP of ivy bridge and you always skip that question.

Please give us the picture of the TDP of ivy bridge your using.

I want to confirm about the rumor going yesterday that the TDP is not as expected as use to be.

Tnx.
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