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DAAAANGGG!! That thing is gonna run like my old QX6850 @ 4GHz. Could hardly keep it cool enough even with Water! lol

Well, it won't heat up the case as much as SB. The heat dissipation is still the same or less than SB. Who is going to run Ivy at heavy load for 24/7? The temps should be main concern for folding and benchmark manics. I don't think the gaming or encoding temps can go that high.
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Well, it won't heat up the case as much as SB. The heat dissipation is still the same or less than SB. Who is going to run Ivy at heavy load for 24/7? The temps should be main concern for folding and benchmark manics. I don't think the gaming or encoding temps can go that high.

folding got me quite suprised actually, with 70-75C in prime, 75-82C in IBT and a max temp of 62C in during a whole night folding wink.gif so that shouldnt be the issue..
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Well, it won't heat up the case as much as SB. The heat dissipation is still the same or less than SB. Who is going to run Ivy at heavy load for 24/7? The temps should be main concern for folding and benchmark manics. I don't think the gaming or encoding temps can go that high.

Yeah folders are gonna be running at 100%, of which there are thousands lol
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folding got me quite suprised actually, with 70-75C in prime, 75-82C in IBT and a max temp of 62C in during a whole night folding wink.gif so that shouldnt be the issue..

This is the temps from your Ivy? Wow, temps don't seem so bad from what people are making it out.
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This is the temps from your Ivy? Wow, temps don't seem so bad from what people are making it out.

@1.225V ye, good luck getting a chip that does 4.8~5 below 1.25.. i was just lucky tongue.gif sandy's @ 1.225V have awesome temps aswell.
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This is the temps from your Ivy? Wow, temps don't seem so bad from what people are making it out.

@1.225V ye, good luck getting a chip that does 4.8~5 below 1.25.. i was just lucky tongue.gif sandy's @ 1.225V have awesome temps aswell.

Eggy's IB needed 1.28v, isn't that right?

SB's @ 1.225v make something like 50C load temps... so...
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Eggy's IB needed 1.28v, isn't that right?
SB's @ 1.225v make something like 50C load temps... so...

eggys needed more like 1.44 for 4.9ghz on a 3770k, i dont think he tested the 3570k at 4.8ghz. and thats my point^^
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Is it just me or has it been so long ago that when I was running AMD K7's with a bare die was actually the norm? This actually makes me want to buy a Ivy pop off that IHS and OC like i stold it. I say if you have an Ivy get it naked you'll get much better temps and higher OCs.
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I really doubt retail chips will use thermal paste. Intels pockets are way to deep to make such a needless cut to their CPUs.
    
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All I remember from that 3570k was this:
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@ 1.1V IB runs 4,25C hotter then SB with HT off. (16.03%)
@ 1.2V IB runs 10,75C hotter then SB with HT off. (36.44%)
@ 1.3V IB runs 15,00C hotter then SB with HT off. (44.11%)
@ 1.4V IB runs 24,75C hotter then SB with HT off. (65.56%)

With +5C TjMax and +5-10% performance, this is baddddd.

Who is going to do a de-lid?? thinking.gif
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