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Maybe if your machine is under load 19hrs a day.
Here is the SF, CA expense ($0.128 kW/h) for a 2500K OC'd:
~110W load 24hrs /day: $123.00
~110W load 6hrs >> ~12W load 18hrs /day: $48.81
Those are savings of $74.19 yearly and with competent air cooling you get to have a ~silent~ computer for movies, web, etc. thumb.gif

And the polar bears appreciate it thumb.gif
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This will be hot summer with 4x GT AP-29 when try to cool Ivy and blowing hot air on top of Obsidian.
Like in hell.
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Sandy Bridge has spoiled people with air cooling.

I look forward to Ivy Bridge release, from what I've seen so far it should be possible to run 5Ghz 24/7 given golden chip and exceptional cooling.

I think really Intel threw another variable into the mix which wasn't a problem on SB : HEAT

We also had this variable on 1366 and people found ways to cool it down.

I take this as a challenge, not an obstacle =)
    
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umm seeing that heat will play a major role with IB, will 360 mm rads be enough if i'm planning to include a gtx 680 in the loop? or do i need more cooling power? summer temps are around 35 degrees in my country. my major goal is to go 4.5 ghz+ .
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i turned my speed step, c1e and c-states back up to see if it did make any difference and i kept getting BSOD's(0x0000001E and 0x000000D1). after turning the c-states off again they went away. not sure what the bsod's were about, but speedstep and c1e shouldnt really harm overclocking(not that i was expecting it tongue.gif)
fingers so itchy to buy a watercooling setup and see if i can get to 5ghz+ stable :/ stuff just so expensive over here frown.gif
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i turned my speed step, c1e and c-states back up to see if it did make any difference and i kept getting BSOD's(0x0000001E and 0x000000D1). after turning the c-states off again they went away. not sure what the bsod's were about, but speedstep and c1e shouldnt really harm overclocking(not that i was expecting it tongue.gif)
fingers so itchy to buy a watercooling setup and see if i can get to 5ghz+ stable :/ stuff just so expensive over here frown.gif

From what I recall way to avoid this BSOD is to either enable both C3 and C6, or disable both. For me, disabling both worked, at least on SB. Worth a shot, let us know how it turns out =)

Not sure where in your BIOS it could be , but on my Biostar P67 it was under CPU > Power Savings or something similar. It wasn't on the main overclocking screen.
    
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From what I recall way to avoid this BSOD is to either enable both C3 and C6, or disable both. For me, disabling both worked, at least on SB. Worth a shot, let us know how it turns out =)
Not sure where in your BIOS it could be , but on my Biostar P67 it was under CPU > Power Savings or something similar. It wasn't on the main overclocking screen.

yeah i never seen them again after i turned c3 and c6 back off.
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yeah i never seen them again after i turned c3 and c6 back off.

Yeah but can't you keep C1E, SpeedStep enabled while turning C3 and C6 off? This would allow downclock and down volt at idle, but no BSOD, at least it did on my Biostar TP67XE..

[edit] D'oh, missunderstood, looks like you already did that! My bad haha
    
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I will just wait til end of April til they release everything so we can have 100% full reviews. I want a IB soon but gotta wait. Might get it this summer.
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IB is not a downgrade. It's a minor upgrade. It only runs hot if you go over 1.3V. You can get to 4.6-4.8GHz on air. 4.8GHz IB = 5.2GHz SB. IB comes with PCI 3.0 and higher RAM speed support. How's that downgrade?

Where do you keep getting this whole 4.8GHz IB = 5.2GHz SB bit from? I've seen this spit out a few times with not evidence to back it. OP is saying that SB requires ~200Mhz to perform clock for clock with IB, saying that with "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)."

And look at OP's temps, IB runs quite a bit warmer at any voltage.

Is it a downgrade? Not really, but it's not exactly an upgrade either in terms of raw CPU performance. The upgrades are PCIe 3.0, a faster IGP, and tiny little things like that.
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