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I alrdy did that once bro, but I rma to newegg so i didnt have to pay shipping. im not doing that again / taking my heatsink off etc.
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if you don't like your chip get a new one! run the Intel processor diagnostic tool downloaded from the Intel website, and you will get errors. Tell the Intel customer service reps that you are getting errors using their diagnostic tool and under their guidelines, they would suggest that you RMA it. (after they tell you to try the CPU in another motherboard) same thing will happen. You can do their advance RMA where you pay $25 for shipping their and back, and you will get your new CPU the next day. You would also need to pay the MSRP of the CPU as collateral, but will be returned once they get the *defective* CPU chip back at Intel.
That's what i did XD

I think all IB fail on diagnostic test. Did you really get another chip in the next day? I don't like the idea of being chipless for many days. But, I don't have another motherboard to test.
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btw I'm pretty sure i'm the one that figured this out if you check the ivy bridge owners thread. just saying.
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I alrdy did that once bro, but I rma to newegg so i didnt have to pay shipping. im not doing that again / taking my heatsink off etc.

4.6GHz at 1.18-1.2V is impressive. I bet you can get to 5GHz within 1.4V. Spiking to 90C on load isn't that bad.
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I've gone with this frequency 4635.8 on 1.29v 10 passes of IBT. But while I was playing around on Waterfox and trying to take a Screen the comp crashed. So bumped voltage up a bit. offset 0.070, was at 0.050. Bellow was the 0.050 just before it crashed..oops other way around sorry.




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Voltage offset: 0.020V+
Speed spectrum: Disabled
Calibration level set to level 3

Multiplier x44

Everything else is on stock settings I hope I got everything needed in the screen shot


16Gb G.Skill 1600Mhz

Motherboard: Asrock Z77 Extreme 6
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I think all IB fail on diagnostic test. Did you really get another chip in the next day? I don't like the idea of being chipless for many days. But, I don't have another motherboard to test.
yup! just need to pay for the $25 shipping, which isnt bad considering that you get it the next day, and the package ships back to them the next day as well. And ive read in several places that SB and IB will fail these tests but the customer service reps probably were not updated on this.

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btw I'm pretty sure i'm the one that figured this out if you check the ivy bridge owners thread. just saying.
Maybe, just don't remember where i read it from =], but if you really dont like your cpu, it gives you a peace of mind that you can swap out your cpu for only $25 XD
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so I lowered the PLL voltage to 1.586 (lowest my bios allows) been priming @ 1.185 volt cpu-z reports between 1.184 @ 1.192 it keeps going back and forth... even seen it hit 1.2v is that cause it wants 1.2v ? Highest temp was 91c but it stays @ around 70-75 for most of the test no whea errors yet. I don't think lowering the PLL voltage did anything at all for my temps.
why is my chip so hot at a low voltage or is this normal? I Know I did not use too much tim or do a crap job this time because when I re-seated it it was perfectly applied from the pressure/heat of the last time and was super thin and looked like a better job than I could do if I tried so idk what else I am supposed to do, I don't have another fan to put on my heatsink cause it came with 1 clip on fan that attached to the metal idk how to get another one of those I guess I could just get another 120mm and zip tie it on or something........
can someone tell me why I don't see to get whea errors when priming but at idle..
also is it hitting 90c+ going to make it not last very long? if so i'll just stop trying to oc mad.gif this is my first major ocing adventure and i'm getting frustrated

From what i know, if you did a "perfect" TIM job its so thin in fact it might look like a translucent layer depending on what brand you used.
ok this might be "far fetched" but your cpu might be "hot" because your sink isn't seated right. takes me about 10 min to unplug everything remove my fans then remove my sink, re-app and redo everything, but maybe my case is more convenient than yours.
But anyway when i tested my cpu at 4.6 with 1.165 "very high" LLC i had 70-77C max temps. with the 2nd core maxing at 77c
I reseated my sink, and now my 4.6 with about the same settings has 65-74C max temps. with the 4th core maxing at 74c
So just reseat your sink again, and try your luck again.

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Edited by bebimbap - 6/1/12 at 9:45am
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yea the heatsink is on there perfectly... the tim is good. try running a small fft and tell me what your temps are cause that is where I get the close to 90c, i'm closer to high 70's low 80's when I do the blend... also im using prime 27.7 which gives 10c hotter temps than 26.6

I really don't want to monkey w/ the heatsink again if I only hit 90c in the small fft test I'm ok with that cause nothing gets my cpu that hot that I ever actually need to use.

I ran like 5 hours of small fft this morning from 7-12 and had no whea erros max temp was 88c...
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 6/1/12 at 9:58am
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yea the heatsink is on there perfectly... the tim is good. try running a small fft and tell me what your temps are cause that is where I get the close to 90c, i'm closer to high 70's low 80's when I do the blend... also im using prime 27.7 which gives 10c hotter temps than 26.6
I really don't want to monkey w/ the heatsink again if I only hit 90c in the small fft test I'm ok with that cause nothing gets my cpu that hot that I ever actually need to use.
I ran like 5 hours of small fft this morning from 7-12 and had no whea erros max temp was 88c...

I'm pretty sure LinX, IBT, or small FFTs will max at about the same temps. as of writing this it seems prime within 1-2c of what the other two max at.
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