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I posted over my old submission hit 17.5 hours, having the ac on drooped my temps by about 15 degrees hah, got to love the summer heat.
here it is

Dang man... You must have some pretty high ambient temps, or maybe the cooler is on funny.

I love my Havik 140 >=D
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Yea at the highest i was at 31 degrees then i turned on the ac and drooped from 90 down to 75 hah, i love the Havik also looks way better than d14
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Yea at the highest i was at 31 degrees then i turned on the ac and drooped from 90 down to 75 hah, i love the Havik also looks way better than d14

Good point you make here. Air cooling is only as efficient as the temperature of the room or environment it is in.
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Note on Prime and Ivy 'degradation':

Call me crazy, but I've done a lot of Prime Blend 6GB runs while overclocking my RAM. After 500+ hours of Priming (6-18 hours at a time), my 3570K@46x now needs about 0.010v more than originally. That difference is small enough that we can call it "break-in period" instead of "degradation" :-)

This is to confirm that sure, initial stable OC voltage may not hold forever; but if I can do 500h+ of Prime and only see that small difference, then people shouldn't be afraid of Priming more than 12h to verify their OC.


EDIT: now that I think about it, the total count may be closer to 2000+ hours, since I've been Priming non-stop since I built this rig in June... tongue.gif
Edited by ti20n - 9/13/12 at 1:38pm
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Got my new 3570k today, a keeper - the old chip really was an abortion.
Code:
OLD: Costa Rica, Batch 3321B119
NEW: Malaysia  , Batch L222A982

Here's how they compare at stock 3800Turbo (+Enhanced)
Code:
  OLD:        idle              prime27.7.2 Blend
   VID range: 1.16/1.19/1.25 -> 1.32
   V (CPU-z): 1.03           -> 1.23
   Temps    :                -> ~60,66-70(72peak)

  NEW:        idle              prime27.7.2 Blend
   VID range: 1.11/1.13/1.16 -> 1.18
   V (CPU-z): 0.93           -> 1.10
   Temps    : 29/25/30/28    -> 54/58/59/56(61peak)

Quite a lot lower voltage/temps.

I've found my sweet spot, 4.6Turbo (enhanced) @ 1.31V (Prime loaded: CPU-z 1.288V / multimeter: 1.328V), everything else on Auto.
Prime 27.7.2 Blend-stable for 13 hours with no WHEA warnings.

In fact with this chip I haven't had a single WHEA warning during any of my experimentation or Priming (it will just BSOD when voltage gets too low) - whereas I got hundreds with the old chip, often needing 3 or more V notches to correct. That suggests to me that WHEA warnings are the sign of a flakey chip - or (guessing) maybe a thermal hotspot, bad internal TIM application?

Anyway, happy thumb.gif.

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Edited by ggll - 9/14/12 at 5:39am
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Note on Prime and Ivy 'degradation':
Call me crazy, but I've done a lot of Prime Blend 6GB runs while overclocking my RAM. After 500+ hours of Priming (6-18 hours at a time), my 3570K@46x now needs about 0.010v more than originally. That difference is small enough that we can call it "break-in period" instead of "degradation" :-)
This is to confirm that sure, initial stable OC voltage may not hold forever; but if I can do 500h+ of Prime and only see that small difference, then people shouldn't be afraid of Priming more than 12h to verify their OC.
EDIT: now that I think about it, the total count may be closer to 2000+ hours, since I've been Priming non-stop since I built this rig in June... tongue.gif

What vcore were you at?
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Went from 1.30v to 1.31v
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Went from 1.30v to 1.31v

Aren't you going to age your board faster by stressing it all the time, Prime95 is as bad as it will ever get so you components must be in hell!
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Aren't you going to age your board faster by stressing it all the time, Prime95 is as bad as it will ever get so you components must be in hell!

intel burn test / linpack is worse and yea you can degrade ur chip by prime 95 all the time but it takes a long time.. ive done like 400-500 hours on this chip lol no degrade yet
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The Temp are 76/80/80/76

vCore is 1.35v

20 Hours Run.
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