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Hi guys.
I got my 3770k (HT on) running at 4.7 this morning. Currently using 1.28 volts using offset. LLC is Very High (%75). PLL is 1.8.
Using 46 x 102.3.
CPU-Z

What do you guys think?
I am using an old Xigmatek S-1283 w/ single fan with shroud mod. Would a newer Cooler help much?
The Maximum Temp I have seen has been on Core #2 at 95'c running Prim95 Small FFT. Running Blend temps are about 87'c at the highest.
Programs don't really go over 80'c.

Any ideas to try to lower the volts? Higher PLL...? Reduce BCLCK to 100?
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Lower PLL to 1.55 and then drop vcore to say 1.245 and work your way up from there until its stable.
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Here is mine at 4.8Ghz.

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So I thought I was finally done at 4.5GHz @ 1.125V. Decided to try lowering the voltage further.

1.10V in bios, boots fine, running small FFTs right now. The default voltage in my bios says 1.065, so i'm pretty close to stock voltage.

Nice thing is temps are nice and cool. So far highest i've seen is 67deg C on the 2nd core.
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Are you going to leave it there? I could not resist testing for max multi on that thing.. man.
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argh. I guess I will need to go to atleast 1.2 to get 4.4ghz? I might just go back to using 1.130 for 4.2.... it doesn't seem to be worth it. im at 1.195 now and i've had two windows reboots for no apparent reason. Prime ran for like 5 hours last night before stupid windows update restarted it.
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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

Are you going to leave it there? I could not resist testing for max multi on that thing.. man.

Well, I couldn't help but mess around since you mentioned it lol.

First I tried 1.065v (stock) @ 4.5GHz, BSODed as soon as I started prime.

Next, I tried 4.7GHz @ 1.1v, that didn't go well, booted up but crashed soon after. My bios kept getting frozen so I had to clear CMOS.

Tried 4.7GHz @ 1.25v, that worked, prime ran for about 10mins no problem but I didn't like the temps, hit 85C in only a few minuts. Went down to 1.2v and that was still fine, but still warmer than I'd like, 80C.

What I can tell is temperature really ramps up fast with voltage change on these ivys.

Anyway, went back to 4.5GHz @ 1.1v, going to do the 17.5hr blend run on that and i'm done! i'm happy with that speed and the temps are cool. I guess if I had a water setup I could probably really push this chip hard. I got lucky in the chip "lottery"
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Well, I couldn't help but mess around since you mentioned it lol.
First I tried 1.065v (stock) @ 4.5GHz, BSODed as soon as I started prime.
Next, I tried 4.7GHz @ 1.1v, that didn't go well, booted up but crashed soon after. My bios kept getting frozen so I had to clear CMOS.
Tried 4.7GHz @ 1.25v, that worked, prime ran for about 10mins no problem but I didn't like the temps, hit 85C in only a few minuts. Went down to 1.2v and that was still fine, but still warmer than I'd like, 80C.
What I can tell is temperature really ramps up fast with voltage change on these ivys.
Anyway, went back to 4.5GHz @ 1.1v, going to do the 17.5hr blend run on that and i'm done! i'm happy with that speed and the temps are cool. I guess if I had a water setup I could probably really push this chip hard. I got lucky in the chip "lottery"


lucky jerk. lol jk im jealous ;\
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I'm ready to join the club, 14+ hours and still going.

For anyone interested, all my bios settings are default except for:
CPU Load-line Calibration: Ultra High (75%)
CPU Power Responce Control: Ultra High
CPU Offset Voltage: +0.020
DRAM Voltage: 1.56V (Default: 1.5V)

I plan to keep these settings for 24/7 operation. What's cool is that EIST, Turbo, C1E, C3 and C6 are all still enabled. So at idle the CPU frequency and voltage go way down.
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