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Ivy bridge seems to be the most unpredictable chip I have ever seen since intel started rocking the market making it a lottery chip in terms of overclocks. I decided to do alittle digging here and find out why my temps are so high and vcore quite high too.
I see guys running pll 1.5v while mine is at 1.8v making me use much higher vcore and temps. Everything on my 12hr stability test is on auto except vcore and ram voltage at 1.4 instead of 1.5v. I think I need to re prime my overclock with lower settings and core current set to maximum rather than auto. Looks like I might squeeze another 200mhz out of this chip.

I have seen someone use VID to determine a chip being golden, mine is at 1.2v when at 4.5Ghz offset. Mean anything?

VID's a reference voltage which Intel sets for the CPU to run at any given frequency to give it "guaranteed" stability. Every chip is different depending on their binning. The VID is what your mobo uses to offset when you OC. There is very strong evidence that a low VID (therefore low voltages overall) correlate with good chips, but Intel hasn't given us any concrete information. Low VID tends to give better voltage headroom to push the chip further, but doesn't guarantee a chip won't hit a wall at 4.x ghz.
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Am having some trouble. I can't adjust my pll voltage in the bios but can see it and its set to auto, there isn't an option to adjust in the 3D bios except for settings such as vtt,imc, dynamic gfx. When I use gigabyte tweaklauncher, it does it but on reboot reverts to 1.8v, How do I get it to stick?
Am using z77x-d3h bios f16
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Just to show that it can be done:
3770k, 24+ hours, 5.0, 1.41v, zero event log occurrences:

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Grats welcome to the 5ghz stable club. your volts/temps/clock seem to be the same as mine.

however be careful when spring/summer roll around, I've noticed around 80c you can get more instability than <80c even at the same voltage.
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I see guys running pll 1.5v while mine is at 1.8v making me use much higher vcore and temps. Everything on my 12hr stability test is on auto except vcore and ram voltage at 1.4 instead of 1.5v. I think I need to re prime my overclock with lower settings and core current set to maximum rather than auto. Looks like I might squeeze another 200mhz out of this chip.

You don't really need to lower PLL unless you really want to fine tune your overclock and spend lots of time stress testing. It'll give a nice temp drop but not a big one. It's not going to do anything to squeeze anything extra out of a chip, it just means you might run a couple degrees cooler.

vid does not mean anything, no one has figured a chip was golden based on vid. generally speaking, people say a higher stock vid is an indication of a worse overclocker, but it's definitely not constant at all. My worst chip had a very, very low stock vid while my best chip had a high one (the one that does 5ghz)
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Am having some trouble. I can't adjust my pll voltage in the bios but can see it and its set to auto, there isn't an option to adjust in the 3D bios except for settings such as vtt,imc, dynamic gfx. When I use gigabyte tweaklauncher, it does it but on reboot reverts to 1.8v, How do I get it to stick?
Am using z77x-d3h bios f16

Hit f1, use the 2d uefi. 3d bios sucks. GTL and software in general never sticks.
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Just to show that it can be done:
3770k, 24+ hours, 5.0, 1.41v, zero event log occurrences:

That's insane. Do you think it has anything to do with your motherboard? I mean my z77x-ud5h is supposed to be a real gem but isn't the maximus supposed to be a lot better (ie overkill? maybe not if thats the result of it...).

Why don't you try to go for 5.1ghz? Hell I'm sure you could do 5.2ghz on less than 1.55v, and you got the cooling for it.
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Finally I've updated the spreadsheet, apologies to all that have had to wait a long time. I appreciate your patience. I will be making more of an effort to update it, at least once a week during the weekends.

Also I've noticed a couple of complaints regarding the spreadsheet and how "it is useless" because of the duration required of running Prime in order entry to the club. Well........

Stability is subjective

That means stabilise your system to fit your needs, my only purpose of this spreadsheet is to collect data for my needs and present it to OCN community.


Please refrain from pushing your opinions as facts and making them a requirement. Read on:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Stability is hugely subjective, for example leaving a 20/30 tabs open and playing bfbc2 with fraps will surely drain the available RAM, that for someone could be everday usage.

Taking that into account I find that being able to stay stable for scenerio's like that, decreases your chances of getting any kind of bsod, therefore 'MORE' stability, which might be overkill to some but desirable for plenty of people.

On that note, those that have passed the blend run at 1600mb are stable for how they run their rig, for example, gaming 24/7 bfbc2 with no problems, however, it 'may' not be stable for high ram usage scenerio's which could be unlikely for some as they won't be running fraps and have 20/30 tabs open in the background because that's not how they run their rig.

There will ALWAYS be different opinons about this whole stability issue.

This is JUST the stable club, whether you go for, a standard blend or a custom blend you should be stable for what you use it for, stability is stability for your own use. If standard doesn't work for you, then go ahead and do a custom blend, that's the way I see it.

This is the stable thread, that's means general stability and extreme stability, both are included, however those with 8gb+ should really want to be using custom blend rather than normal blend (1600mb) which not only stresses the RAM and CPU but also the IMC of the chip which is important for stability.

BUT ITS TOTALLY UPTO YOU - I personally recommend custom blend with upto 90% of your available RAM!!!

Info regarding Prime FFT's and the total time it takes to complete, (credit Shad0wfax) HERE.


Thread will be cleaned in due course.


Thank you all for participating in this thread. thumb.gif
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Grats welcome to the 5ghz stable club. your volts/temps/clock seem to be the same as mine.

however be careful when spring/summer roll around, I've noticed around 80c you can get more instability than <80c even at the same voltage.
Yep, I am not looking forward to summer, it will be about 5c warmer in my room. I will have to wait and see if adding a rad and gpu to my loop changes things. Your 5.1 on air is awesome.

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Why don't you try to go for 5.1ghz? Hell I'm sure you could do 5.2ghz on less than 1.55v, and you got the cooling for it.
I think it does have something to do with the motherboard, I have had good luck with the MVF. Look at bebimbap, he has 5.1 stable on air, that is very impressive, so my chip is not that out of the ordinary - I had to delid to get here. I like this chip, took me three tries to get it, so I am a little cautious. I would need upwards of 1.5v or maybe more to completely stabilize 5.1, and that extra .1 is not worth it to me. When I get time I might try to do some benching with 5.1, but I am not looking to get it 24/7 stable - too much voltage for me. Already posted a 5.5 in the 5.0 club.

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Finally I've updated the spreadsheet, apologies to all that have had to wait a long time. I appreciate your patience. I will be making more of an effort to update it, at least once a week during the weekends.
Thanks, I can appreciate all the work that must have taken. Sorry, I thought the thread wasn't being moderated or updated anymore, glad you are back.
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it might be because i'm on air, but in my tests my volts/temp ramp up as follows

this was before I used Liquid pro but after I delid
4.2ghz 1.070v 63c
4.3ghz 1.080v 63c
4.4ghz 1.110v 66c
4.5ghz 1.160v 72c
4.6ghz 1.210v 76c
4.7ghz 1.25v
4.8ghz 1.34v
4.9ghz 1.41v @ 79c
5.0ghz unstable even at 1.47v and went over 105c

after liquid pro
5.0ghz with 1.41v @ 78c
5.1ghz with 1.51v @ 83c

So If i were to guess where 5.2ghz would be, I would guess about >1.60v and close to 95c

I had some test results from pre-delid but I probably erased them because my chip will never be "not-delided" , but I remember my conclusion, which was before 70c "small" (0.01- 0.05v) voltage increases will get you another 100mhz, but after the chip hits 80c you have to use "large" (0.10-0.15v) voltage increases.

in terms of mobo maybe the overkill Z77X-up7 is needed :laugh: board provides up to 2000w to the CPU...
"This is despite an i7-3770K requiring <100W at stock, ~250W at 5 GHz and ~600W on crazy 6.8 GHz liquid nitrogen overclock.." - Anandtech review
Edited by bebimbap - 3/13/13 at 2:33pm
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Hit f1, use the 2d uefi. 3d bios sucks. GTL and software in general never sticks.

I can only see 3d bios with 3d layout of the board and blinking onboard components, I can't see any 2d uefi. I can't even make any screenshots with f12. Is there something am not doing?
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