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Niceeee thumb.gif Will post my result soon since I'm giving it some times to get familiar with the system before pushing it further biggrin.gif

Look forward to it. Hope this thread will be as successful as the Sandy Stable club, however there is a lot more to do in this one and I may require assistance, therefore If anyone is prepared to help maintain this thread, please PM me, more specifically in regards to the sucide / benchmark section. smile.gif
Edited by munaim1 - 4/30/12 at 7:49am
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Can't wait to see what people can do with these chips.
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I've got a P8Z77 V-PRO and no one has posted any guides for this mobo... damn too complicated for me to understand frown.gif
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Got my 3770k on the way in a day or two its going into one of my Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z Z68 boards with a 360mm Radiator cpu loop ill post back and let you all know how it goes
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I've got a P8Z77 V-PRO and no one has posted any guides for this mobo... damn too complicated for me to understand frown.gif

Watch this video. Pretty much almost all you need to know.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mkGQhE1o2w&feature=g-all-u

Really informative and make sure to watch the whole thing.

I am running 4.5ghz right now and it took me about 20 mins - didn't even use the auto tune.
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I don't want to push my CPU too much so I will stay only at 4.5Ghz and test the Vcore and temperature.

Currently prime95 3570k @ 4.5Ghz Vcore 1.32V

Idle ~45*C
Full load 81-85*C mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

Outside temperature ~28*C


(just some mini report, will post entry when everything is in good shape thumb.gif )
    
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I don't want to push my CPU too much so I will stay only at 4.5Ghz and test the Vcore and temperature.
Currently prime95 3570k @ 4.5Ghz Vcore 1.32V
Idle ~45*C
Full load 81-85*C mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
Outside temperature ~28*C
(just some mini report, will post entry when everything is in good shape thumb.gif )

Sounds like you either have a bad chip or a bad motherboard. Shouldn't need that much voltage for 4.5ghz especially on an i5. I've got my i7 3770k rock solid @ 4.5ghz w/1.2 core.

Update your bios or something maybe?
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My 3770K is clocking pretty badly also. It cannot get Windows stable at 4.5GHz even up to 1.28v, and 4.7 is a BSOD all the up to 1.40v with out without HT.

Munaim, do you expect these chips to respond like Sandy's (do we need new guides)?
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Sounds like you either have a bad chip or a bad motherboard. Shouldn't need that much voltage for 4.5ghz especially on an i5. I've got my i7 3770k rock solid @ 4.5ghz w/1.2 core.
Update your bios or something maybe?

I'm using Asus P8Z68-V/GEN3 with the latest BIOS.

In fact,I don't really care much if my CPU bad or not. I just need it to be stable at acceptable temperature and vcore, don't need to be good thumb.gif

In the past, I've never had a "good" CPU. Most of them are hotter and need more vcore than other people's CPU. But it still serve me until the day I sell it biggrin.gif

Btw, my CPU PLL volt is 1.8V. Is this normal or should be lower around 1.5V?
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I'm using Asus P8Z68-V/GEN3 with the latest BIOS.
In fact,I don't really care much if my CPU bad or not. I just need it to be stable at acceptable temperature and vcore, don't need to be good thumb.gif
In the past, I've never had a "good" CPU. Most of them are hotter and need more vcore than other people's CPU. But it still serve me until the day I sell it biggrin.gif
Btw, my CPU PLL volt is 1.8V. Is this normal or should be lower around 1.5V?

1.8 is the default for the 3770k, so maybe the default is the same for the 3570k.
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