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Took a little while. But I managed to get 5Ghz on my i5 3570K with air. =]

I continued to leave it running, and no errors for the whole 16hrs. =D

nice job thumb.gif .Any chance to share your bios settings?
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Arkaridge, would you mind checking your load VID (e.g. using Core Temp) at 50x, and preferably also 45x? I'm curious if your VID happens to be ridiculously low...
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Yes, I know. I am trying to reduce both heat and temps, but I was wanting to know if lapping this CPU would make much of a difference on its temps since Intel used a shoddy TIM instead of fluxless soldering. I am not willing to de-lid it. I am using a high end TIM, I am liquid cooling it etc. I'm not trying to come up with extreme ways of dropping temps like running my AC colder etc, I just want to know if lapping the CPU will still make a difference in spite of the Intel TIM issue.

Lapping would reduce your temps by only 0-5C I would assume.
For me, I don't think its worth lapping if you aren't going to delid since both actions void your standard 3 year warranty.
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Took a little while. But I managed to get 5Ghz on my i5 3570K with air. =]

I continued to leave it running, and no errors for the whole 16hrs. =D

I've never seen a 3570 run 5.0ghz on air at such low temps and voltage. looks like a "golden" chip
Did you delid use LQ pro and lap it?

and I've never seen prime 27.7 run pentium4 FFTs but maybe i'm just not paying attention enough to it.
Edited by bebimbap - 8/11/12 at 10:53am
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I believe it starts out with p4 FFTs


I must have the worst chip out there. Takes 1.36 to get 4.7 stable and gets 85c!!! I'm beginning to really hate Ivy.....mad.gif
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I believe it starts out with p4 FFTs
I must have the worst chip out there. Takes 1.36 to get 4.7 stable and gets 85c!!! I'm beginning to really hate Ivy.....mad.gif

Yea she is hot, and yea she is hard to overclock atleast in my experience with whea errors showing up when you think you are safe! On the plus side it's a very fast chip even @ 4.4 ghz. Encoding HD video from an uncompressed 1080p avi of max payne 3 that was like 100gb takes no time at all.

I came from an i3 550 which I know is not the best chip in the world but a very decent chip none the less and this 3570k is a monster.

Just finished my 24 hour prime run no whea errors.


Edited by HardwareDecoder - 8/11/12 at 5:40pm
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I believe it starts out with p4 FFTs
I must have the worst chip out there. Takes 1.36 to get 4.7 stable and gets 85c!!! I'm beginning to really hate Ivy.....mad.gif

That's weird I never got it it to go into P4 ffts before after 27.7 unless i used a a non sandy/IB cpu.
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Can someone explain to me what P4 ffts are?
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Arkaridge, would you mind checking your load VID (e.g. using Core Temp) at 50x, and preferably also 45x? I'm curious if your VID happens to be ridiculously low...

5ghz & 4.5Ghz, I got no idea if they're low or not. Dunno if it's worth noting, but 4.5Ghz used offset, whilst 5.0Ghz was fixed.

4.5Ghz, VID ~ 1.171v


5.0Ghz, VID ~1.196 (goes to 1.2009v)

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Did you delid use LQ pro and lap it?

Nope. No need to delid or lap it. It's winter here, so the ambient temps in my room are pretty low (~10c).
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Nope. No need to delid or lap it. It's winter here, so the ambient temps in my room are pretty low (~10c).

ah, wow ~10c, that's nice, probably lower near the floor drool.gif. Mine are close to 28c mad.gif
Closest I got was 4.9ghz with 1.41v I think i can get lower volts and higher ghz in the winter too, but that's 5 months away for me doh.gif
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