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Alright, Here's my 4.9Ghz submission (on Air). Still using offset. Probably could've got lower Vcore and temps if I used fixed.



Still trying to get 5.0Ghz stable. Made it to 12Hrs with it, but then Prime was 'not responding' a few minutes after. =[
Screenshot of 5.0Ghz @ 10hrs.



Used fixedfor 5.0ghz, helped A LOT. Offset would require >1.4v to have any reasonable stability (and even then temps were way too high). Currently running prime again, increased PLL a little.
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hi there guys
here is my test results with replacing the stock TIM under the IHS and doing a 12H run with the same overclock and the same TIM between the IHS and the water block
Test 1
stock IHS tim
IC diamond for the water block/cpu
3770k @ 4800Ghz 1.352v 12H prime AVX 90% memory
ambient temperature:24 +/- 1 for the 12H

Max Load temps: 75-82-80-75
Test 2
Liquid-Ultra IHS tim
IC diamond for the water block/cpu
3770k @ 4800Ghz 1.352v 12H prime AVX 90% memory
ambient temperature:23 +/- 1 for the 12H

Max Load temps: 56-65-64-61

i am really impressed with the results

incredible gains! it's like that stock tim was not making much contact (or way too thick) under IHS ... my current 4.8GHz temps at almost same vcore are similar to yours ... makes me go wonder ...
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incredible gains! it's like that stock tim was not making much contact (or way too thick) under IHS ... my current 4.8GHz temps at almost same vcore are similar to yours ... makes me go wonder ...

stock tim looked like it wasn't making good contact when i removed the IHS,,what temps are you getting and whats the vcore for 4.8g do a standard run with IBT with real temp,,i use that to test for base stability
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stock tim looked like it wasn't making good contact when i removed the IHS,,what temps are you getting and whats the vcore for 4.8g do a standard run with IBT with real temp,,i use that to test for base stability

at the moment I can only give numbers from LinX stress tester (0.6.4 w/ AVX, linkpack lib signed in OCT 2011) running 10 rounds of light mode (using 1GB RAM only), and monitored by RealTemp 3.70.
4.8GHz, vcore 1.35v at vdroop disabled - overshooting vcore under load up to 1.38v spikes, usually 1.37v steady. temps reached 97C on hottest core and around 82C on the coldest one. possibly I need more vcore than you do for same "normal" level stability at this clock.
I am pretty sure the tim under my IHS is bad, but I am not eager to replace it myself ... perhaps I will use Intel warranty from Performance Tuning once this chip goes south...
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at the moment I can only give numbers from LinX stress tester (0.6.4 w/ AVX, linkpack lib signed in OCT 2011) running 10 rounds of light mode (using 1GB RAM only), and monitored by RealTemp 3.70.
4.8GHz, vcore 1.35v at vdroop disabled - overshooting vcore under load up to 1.38v spikes, usually 1.37v steady. temps reached 97C on hottest core and around 82C on the coldest one. possibly I need more vcore than you do for same "normal" level stability at this clock.
I am pretty sure the tim under my IHS is bad, but I am not eager to replace it myself ... perhaps I will use Intel warranty from Performance Tuning once this chip goes south...

the test you do with linX is the same as IBT they are the same standard on IBT is 1GB of ram to ,,but 97c that's way to much heat
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the test you do with linX is the same as IBT they are the same standard on IBT is 1GB of ram to ,,but 97c that's way to much heat

I agree it's too much, that's why I don't run the LinX in full memory mode, with prime95 27.7 Large FFT it gets lower by 10C ... for comparison at 4.7GHz and 1.30v vcore (up to 1.33v under load when vdroop control s overcompensating) hits around 85C on a hottest core when running gigaflops download of LinX, in ALL memory mode for several hours. my cooling system is lacking a bit currently and is not enough for vcore spikes up to 1.38v under full load ...

which version of IBT are you using? the older one doesn't support AVX (too old linpack libraries) and cannot fully load the ivy bridge when stress testing. same goes for older OCCT...
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I agree it's too much, that's why I don't run the LinX in full memory mode, with prime95 27.7 Large FFT it gets lower by 10C ... for comparison at 4.7GHz and 1.30v vcore (up to 1.33v under load when vdroop control s overcompensating) hits around 85C on a hottest core when running gigaflops download of LinX, in ALL memory mode for several hours. my cooling system is lacking a bit currently and is not enough for vcore spikes up to 1.38v under full load ...
which version of IBT are you using? the older one doesn't support AVX (too old linpack libraries) and cannot fully load the ivy bridge when stress testing. same goes for older OCCT...

i use 2.53 it does use AVX and i test with linx to using the updated pack and p95 2.77 but even on the stock tim i never seen anything over 84c at one point i even had the vcore at 1.38 did you try remounting the block?
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i use 2.53 it does use AVX and i test with linx to using the updated pack and p95 2.77 but even on the stock tim i never seen anything over 84c at one point i even had the vcore at 1.38 did you try remounting the block?

you think the block sits on the cpu at slight angle? it's possible. I was thinking about it too, because there is only 1 really hot core and it's good 10-12C hotter than others under load. will try re-seating it at first opportunity.
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Will running my 3570k @ 1.28 safe? My temps are max 80C on Prime and max 70C on full load (folding). I just want to make sure degrade doesn't come in. What's the max voltage for Ivy?
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I have trouble with Prime saying 'Not responding'. It's happened twice now, a little over 12 hours in with standard blend test and it just... stops. I increased voltage, but it happened again. =[

This is with my i5 3570K 5Ghz @1.35v. Should I just assume it requires more Vcore again? or should i maybe tinker with VTT or PLL abit more? I don't really wanna increase Vcore again..
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