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Considering how SB overclocks and how CPU PLL voltage affects its temps and OC potential..maybe u should try setting


CPU PLL voltage to its lowest value in bios and start from there. If it doesn't boot up it a notch till system boots and test for stability...

Just a thought what you could do if u r not done testing yet... smile.gif
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Eggy88, hope you give us a pic of the TDP on the box on yr 3770 when it comes, cause this box from Nordic Hardware says 95W. It's a worry.
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I was going to pounce on one of these on release. Not so sure now.

I'll post a picture of the retail boxes on the 3770K's once i get them.
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

Eggy88,
If you wanted to, I know it wouldn't exactly be the same benchmarks but I can get my memory to the same timing and my chip is stable at those clocks.
I know its a completely different motherboard but I could run the benchmarks and you maybe could add those to the comparisons.
Just let me know.

Not really a point ATM, i'm expecting the 3770K's in a couple of days so will do the tests with HT Off and on then.
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Hope you can use this to show everything at once with ease! thumb.gif
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Thanks will add that to the first post. Rep+
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Originally Posted by Rops84 View Post

Considering how SB overclocks and how CPU PLL voltage affects its temps and OC potential..maybe u should try setting
CPU PLL voltage to its lowest value in bios and start from there. If it doesn't boot up it a notch till system boots and test for stability...
Just a thought what you could do if u r not done testing yet... smile.gif

I'll see if i can get the time to do some test runs with lower PLL and temps. Not really sure how much time i want to fiddle with this lousy 3570K, considering that i'm expecting the 3770K in a couple of days.
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you can see the i5 tdw is 77 it even shows in there screen shots but the real question is whats the tdw of the 3770k

If you google the latest news now is that Ivy bridge has 95W.

Except for the low power version which is the S and T model.

Im saying that all i7 and i5 cpu has 95W... Also the unlock model which is a K version has 95 W!.

Plenty people bashing intel which is the expected TDP is only 77W.

I waited since December last year for not buying sandy bridge and decided to wait for ivy because of the new features and power efficiency.

If the rumors is true i hope i already buy my gaming rig since last year.
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18W more for me is nothing. I don't know why people revolt about this.
I look on Wikipedia and 95W is for 3770k. For me 125W and better OC an low temps are better than 77W and bad OC and hight temps.
Many peple build hardcore gaming machine and complain about 18W more like build HTPC with 3770k.
Other bad things im more important for me. CPU cant go over 1000MHz OC and that is real problem not 77W or 95W.
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I've been holding off getting a new gaming rig until release of ivy bridge, but I'm not so sure now. I think I read somewhere they will be priced about the same? So that means if I decide to stick with sandy, there won't be any price drop? What do people think?
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I've been holding off getting a new gaming rig until release of ivy bridge, but I'm not so sure now. I think I read somewhere they will be priced about the same? So that means if I decide to stick with sandy, there won't be any price drop? What do people think?

the word from intel is that there is generally no price drop, and looking at Gen1 I series processors that's about right. A site in the UK has retail 2500K's at £153 inc vat (last week they were as low as 140 I think), OEM price hasn't moved, the 2600K is only £209. But that's the extent of the price drops in my opinion. (I've not mentioned the site as I'm not sure if I'm allowed to)

To my mind it depends on either whether your platform is going to last longer than your GPU upgrade to GTX7XX's or HD8XXX's in which case go ivy for PCI-E3, else go sandy or if you want extreme clocks then go sandy.
 
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18W more for me is nothing. I don't know why people revolt about this.
I look on Wikipedia and 95W is for 3770k. For me 125W and better OC an low temps are better than 77W and bad OC and hight temps.
Many peple build hardcore gaming machine and complain about 18W more like build HTPC with 3770k.
Other bad things im more important for me. CPU cant go over 1000MHz OC and that is real problem not 77W or 95W.

lol yeah it cant pass the 1000 mhz overclock but at 4.6 wins a sb at 5?so i dont what is the problem here.you want to take a sb and overclock at 5 which it is not very possible because all we know that all sb cant reach stable 5ghz and you dont want to take an ivy bridge that is better at 4.6 from a sb at 5 and have such a nice new features?if you like to have a number on cpu-z yeah go ahead buy a sb but doesnt sound to me so logical
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the word from intel is that there is generally no price drop, and looking at Gen1 I series processors that's about right. A site in the UK has retail 2500K's at £153 inc vat (last week they were as low as 140 I think), OEM price hasn't moved, the 2600K is only £209. But that's the extent of the price drops in my opinion. (I've not mentioned the site as I'm not sure if I'm allowed to)
To my mind it depends on either whether your platform is going to last longer than your GPU upgrade to GTX7XX's or HD8XXX's in which case go ivy for PCI-E3, else go sandy or if you want extreme clocks then go sandy.

Thanks for the reply. I was previously thinking of getting the i7-3820 Quad Core 3.60 GHz 10MB and gpu-wise possible a radeon 7950. Thing is with me, I like my gaming rigs, but I don't like to spend loads to remain at the cutting edge (partly because it's handy reading reviews once components have been out a while). Also, I like to overclock a bit, but I'm also concerned to have a pc which is cool (as in temp), quiet and as energy efficient as possible. So I'm always looking for a balance between price and efficiency, and possible longevity of the whole system.

I'm wondering now what advantages the ivy bridge will offer over the sandy bridge in broad terms, not just benchtest results. Will it be more energy efficient, run cooler, last longer etc? I thought I had read somewhere that it would, but I'm not sure.
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trying to not take over eggy's thread here. But I think that those were in the intentions with IVB, looks like they haven't made it. clock for clock slightly faster (remember when you'd have sold your granny for 5%?) not sure about stock temps, but doesn't OC as well in terms of GHz.

Other benefits, pci-e3 there's a post earlier in this thread showing improvements from 2 to 3. Memory OC is meant to be better on IVB too. However and this is a thought for eggy, I've read elsewhere that memory OC's on SB increased the temp a lot (but did nothing for performance), so could the native 1600 memory setting be adding to the heat significantly, and hence could some thermal budget be released by underclocking the memory. Its a thought, no more, I am sitting at the feet of those vastly more experienced that I here.
 
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