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What is a "safe" (as in, the chip should last me at least 3 years lol) 24/7 overclock for the i7 3770k?

is 4.7 or 4.8 with decent cooling (h100 p/p in a cool haf x) a good 24/7 oc?
    
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going for 4.6 @ 1.290 vcore. temps look good in prime 95 27.7 so far with a max of 79c on one core but averaging high sixty's to low 70's on air.

hope this is stable if so probably my 24/7
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Originally Posted by Psyco Flipside View Post

Best I achieved was 4.5GhZ @ 1.26vCore (1.248 CPU-Z), 1.65PLL, and LLC Turbo. At least, temps weren't as bad as I thought. Ambient 30ºC, with a Noctua NH-D14: idling @ 37ºC and full loading @ 72ºC

Wow, we have very similar stats. 4.5 Ghz, I got my PLL to 1.60 and LLC to Extreme. The chip still could not run stably under 1.26vCore though.
Ambient = 28 deg. C,
idle = 40 deg. C,
load on Prime blend = 75 deg. C
Antec Kuhler 920 cooler.
Temps measured with Core Temp.
Edited by graywulf - 5/13/12 at 5:23pm
post #394 of 3800
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Wow, we have very similar stats. I got my PLL to 1.60 and LLC to Extreme. The chip still could not run stably under 1.26vCore though.
Ambient = 28 deg. C,
idle = 40 deg. C,
load on Prime blend = 75 deg. C
Antec Kuhler 920 cooler.

Same here, 4.5ghz @ 1.255 volts. I was messing with PLL today and found it stable at 1.65. I then put it to 4.6ghz and it crashed in windows.

Using RealTemp the minimum temps are 32 and maximum is 80.

My LLC is on Turbo, what difference or improvement will Extreme give me?

Artic Silver 5 takes 200 hours to break in so hopefully temps will drop more. Anything below 80 will make me happy.
Edited by rgr555 - 5/13/12 at 5:22pm
    
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please explain PLL i am still confused as to what that is!!!
    
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Ok lets see,, at least for my chip, to run a stable 4.2ghz on a 3570k .. i need 1.096v ..drops to 1.088 on full load,, no idea why, still new to the overclocking scene.biggrin.gif

Stress testing with AIDA64 i see the temps shoot up as high as 80 to 86 degrees on a full load, seems high at least for me, considering the modest overclock , idle temperatures are around 40-45 degrees, using a Hyper N520 push/pull config, re-applied the thermal paste yesterday so maybe I can expect those temps to drop overtime as it starts to settle in. But for now I'm completely stumped when it comes to these temperatures rolleyes.gif

DRAM- 1600 Mhz 1.50v
Intel Turbo Boost - Disabled
PLL - AUTO
C-state - disabled
everything else pretty much on auto

355

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I know it's only a couple of minutes into the stress test but I decided to stop it after 15 minutes into the whole thing anyways, since I'm still a bit on edge about those temperatures compared to what I've seen on here.
Edited by chatox87x - 5/13/12 at 8:48pm
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post #397 of 3800
Is that the stock cooler? Whatever it is, reseat it and apply the thermal paste carefully. That is basically stock speed and vcore (or even less vcore)..

Unless it's real hot where you live (over 30C) then you probably shouldn't see temps that high.
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post #398 of 3800
So, add me to the club. Finally stable at 4.5GHz @ 1.24v. Almost 18 hours in. Now to overclock the RAM rolleyes.gif

PLL @ 1.55v
LLC @ Ultra High (75%)
CPU Power Control @ Ultra High
Offset @ -.010v
Batch # L204B259

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Any suggestions on how to lower the volts? It just doesn't seem to stable below those, but wasn't sure if it's because of my settings. I had it running at 1.23 and that would be stable for a couple hours then crash. Anything below that just didn't seem to hold. Guess I lost this lottery? lol
Edited by Nihilo - 5/20/12 at 5:28pm
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I hit a pretty lame wall on my 3570k @4.5ghz, which ran stable @1.2v, temps in the low 60s, perfect so far. Then I tried to go to 4.6 and it would blue screen till about 1.25v, and 20-40minute errors in prime above that, stable only after 1.32v, 1hr prime temps going up to 82C (on water frown.gif). Running this at level 2 LLC. I am going to play around with level 1 / look at exactly what is blue screening, maybe tweak the PLL a little. My RAM is quite old so may look at getting some new sticks too. Anyone else have a hard time going above 4.5 ?
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Well I live in Arizona, and although i crank up the A/C at times.. it can still be pretty warm at at times,, I've re-seated and re-applied Artic Silver 5 a second time, maybe these are the temps I'll have to live with considering the region I live in, I'm starting to have doubts about this CM Hyper n520 though.
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