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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 50% of voters (692)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
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post #1001 of 7362
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Originally Posted by malikq86 View Post

^ what batch number do you guys have?

3211B570 from Costa Rica
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I just literally tired getting 4.6GHz stable few minutes ago. I crashed after few minutes of prime at 1.35V. My prime temps before the freeze/crash are 81C max. My LLC is level 2 and I have only .02V vdroop. For some reason my mobo minimum PLL voltage is 1.586. Worse chip ever. I'm thinking of taking advantage of intel overclock warranty and fried/degraded my chip on purpose, so I can get the better chip. Any average chip would be better than mine.

Yep, sounds like my chip....I didn't want to go over 1.36V, so I had to back off to 4.5GHz and I'm stuck at this wall frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Jpope View Post

My 3570k is similar, I need 1.3v for 4.6GHz, anything lower on the voltage and it will crash. Do you guys think 1.3v is safe for long term 24/7 use? IBT runs are high 80's with idle in the high 20's.

Looks like the same boat as me :<<br />
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Originally Posted by malikq86 View Post

^ what batch number do you guys have?

L204B161 Malay.....alot of the chips from costa rica seem like really good clockers
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post #1003 of 7362
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Originally Posted by shredzy View Post

Yep, sounds like my chip....I didn't want to go over 1.36V, so I had to back off to 4.5GHz and I'm stuck at this wall frown.gif
Looks like the same boat as me :<<br /> L204B161 Malay.....alot of the chips from costa rica seem like really good clockers

Except mine mad.gif
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post #1004 of 7362
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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

I just literally tired getting 4.6GHz stable few minutes ago. I crashed after few minutes of prime at 1.35V. My prime temps before the freeze/crash are 81C max. My LLC is level 2 and I have only .02V vdroop. For some reason my mobo minimum PLL voltage is 1.586. Worse chip ever. I'm thinking of taking advantage of intel overclock warranty and fried/degraded my chip on purpose, so I can get the better chip. Any average chip would be better than mine.

Sure seems some of us have pretty bad chips. Basically that is where mine is at too. 4.4GHz @ 1.25V 4.6GHz takes 1.35V, but the temps get way too high.

My batch is L204B382. Sure seems like any average chip would be better than these results, being on the wrong end of the curve sucks.
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post #1005 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Iketh View Post

You're just unstable during light loads. This is common for offset overclocks. To test for yourself, set prime to use 1 thread only and watch your overclock drop to its knees.
To fix, either adjust LLC and offset accordingly to raise 1-thread load volts but still retain the same load volts, or simply turn off C3 and C6 states (but you'll consume ~10 more watts while gaming/general computer use).
That's a good point, I didn't think of that. To test what you said I tried a single thread of Prime and the volts are about 0.03v lower than when all threads are at full load. Thanks for the input, it was very helpful.thumb.gif
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would you guys consider 80 C max load ( with prime 95 small ftt ) 4.5Ghz ( 3770K with HT ) at 1.260v and 1.760 PLL good or bad ? 

 

Am thinking abit bad considering i got a H100 ( push pull ) albeit at low fan speeds to keep the noise down 

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post #1007 of 7362
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would you guys consider 80 C max load ( with prime 95 small ftt ) 4.5Ghz ( 3770K with HT ) at 1.260v and 1.760 PLL good or bad ?

Am thinking abit bad considering i got a H100 ( push pull ) albeit at low fan speeds to keep the noise down

You need to check the ambient temp to know whether your cooling is doing well.

So I use a Havik, it's 21C here and I have all those^ numbers exactly but without HT.
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post #1008 of 7362
Hey guys,

My 3570k is a standard clock and 2 cores are around 22°C and the other around 33°C when idle. Is this normal? I have a Corsair H80. Oh and I used coretemp
post #1009 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Ryokucha View Post

Sure seems some of us have pretty bad chips. Basically that is where mine is at too. 4.4GHz @ 1.25V 4.6GHz takes 1.35V, but the temps get way too high.
My batch is L204B382. Sure seems like any average chip would be better than these results, being on the wrong end of the curve sucks.

Quote:
Originally Posted by shredzy View Post

Yep, sounds like my chip....I didn't want to go over 1.36V, so I had to back off to 4.5GHz and I'm stuck at this wall frown.gif
Looks like the same boat as me :<<br /> L204B161 Malay.....alot of the chips from costa rica seem like really good clockers

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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

3211B570 from Costa Rica

Same here. L204B361. It looks like early batches (L204B3xx?, and not sure about non L2 ones) are bad clockers so far.

375

P.S. Temps are usually under 90C, it was a very hot day.
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post #1010 of 7362
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Where did you get that info? I looked on the first page in this thread and couldnt find anything.

https://www.google.com.au/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=3210C023
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