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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
1362 Total Votes  
post #1241 of 7362
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

seriously so it was unstable after 17 hours prime 27?

It looks like prime is no longer a great stability test. After passing 12 hours, my CPU was not stable. Playing games is the new stability test. It's now both CPU and GPU stability test. I think everyone who own IB should run diagnostic test at stock to see if they fail base clock test.
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post #1242 of 7362
LOL ok, first lady told me to try going to a local re-seller and switching motherboards and processor to see if they're bad. Trying to get moved up the tech chain...And apparently there isn't one.

EDIT: Most useless help ever. Might try again with a different person.
Edited by Nihilo - 5/14/12 at 5:35pm
post #1243 of 7362
thats what they told me! And I flat out said no.
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I asked her, what else can you do if you don't have a spare processor. She told me that normally they run IPDT and if that fails, switch it to isolate the processor. I'll try again here in a bit. She didn't sound like she knew what she was talking about at all.
post #1245 of 7362
Couple newbie questions from a first time overclocker:

I'm making a new system and decided to go for the 3570k over the 2500k since I only want to do a modest 4.0-4.5ghz overclock.

1. Is '24/7 stable' considered constantly doing intensive CPU related tasks 24/7 or just leaving your computer on 24/7? I don't plan on doing anything like folding all of the time, but I do like to leave my comp on 24/7 usually. Is this safe to do with a 3570k's OC temps? Someone on another forum told me 24/7 temps need to be in the mid 60's, but I see lot of 3570k temps in the upper 70's.

2. What kind of temps do I need to achieve to have this 3570k last 4-5 years? Is it do-able with a budget air cooler like the Coolermaster 212 EVO?
post #1246 of 7362
I am going to laugh when I get the new one and it fails too......... I haven't had any of those errors all day since I went back to completely stock settings... so maybe it was unstable oc? idk anymore and i'm really annoyed
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I put the rig to sleep last night i woke up this morning and woke it up i was sitting here looking at the temp 27 deg c idle 2nd core was 17 deg c lowest by far now that she has ran for a good 10 min the idle temp is now back to 29 to 30 deg c on my 3570K its the 2nd and 4th core that always stay a lower temp... smile.gif
    
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post #1248 of 7362
Ok, got a new lady and she's creating a case file for me and is going to have me upload the test results in an email. She said "So far there's no information that the software is not compatible with any processor we have." So there's no reason that my bclk test should fail

EDIT: Sent in my file, just waiting on them to let me know what the deal is.
Edited by Nihilo - 5/14/12 at 6:33pm
post #1249 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Entrerian View Post

Couple newbie questions from a first time overclocker:
I'm making a new system and decided to go for the 3570k over the 2500k since I only want to do a modest 4.0-4.5ghz overclock.
1. Is '24/7 stable' considered constantly doing intensive CPU related tasks 24/7 or just leaving your computer on 24/7? I don't plan on doing anything like folding all of the time, but I do like to leave my comp on 24/7 usually. Is this safe to do with a 3570k's OC temps? Someone on another forum told me 24/7 temps need to be in the mid 60's, but I see lot of 3570k temps in the upper 70's.
2. What kind of temps do I need to achieve to have this 3570k last 4-5 years? Is it do-able with a budget air cooler like the Coolermaster 212 EVO?

1. 24/7 just means completely stable as far as I know. The upper 70s isn't bad if it's OC'ed. Stock, they should be lower.
2. That chip can handle normally 105C, but since you'll be running far lower, you should be ok for the next 4-5 years.
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seriously so it was unstable after 17 hours prime 27?

It looks like prime is no longer a great stability test. After passing 12 hours, my CPU was not stable. Playing games is the new stability test. It's now both CPU and GPU stability test. I think everyone who own IB should run diagnostic test at stock to see if they fail base clock test.

This is off the wall. Are you drinking?
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