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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 #1321 of 7362
check this out:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1256249/video-added-watercooling-results-replacing-the-internal-ihs-tim-of-an-i7-3770k

at the bottom of his first post are results with out the IHS!
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post #1322 of 7362
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Originally Posted by MaFi0s0 View Post

Its not gonna work when I RMA it.

Haha, gotcha. Very interested in your results, hope you make your own thread.
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post #1323 of 7362
Well from my posts earlier I am up to 1.288 v core @ 4.7 and raised PLL to 1.65. Prim95 crashed a few hours in frown.gif

I might drop it down to 4.6 because the temps are a little over 90'c during prime testing.
Interesting enough the watts used by the CPU are about 88, so it doesn't use too much power overclocked compared to a 4.2 or so OC.
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Originally Posted by .theMetal View Post

check this out:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1256249/video-added-watercooling-results-replacing-the-internal-ihs-tim-of-an-i7-3770k
at the bottom of his first post are results with out the IHS!

Appears a higher reduction in temps when water cooling. There is some difference for air but I don't think voiding warranty is worth the -5'c decrease.
Edited by Aparition - 5/15/12 at 2:32pm
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post #1324 of 7362
My chips crappyness is exponential.

whea 19 with 4.7 ht off @ 1.38v (1.396 reading)

Soon I will see how many volts it cant handle.
post #1325 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by ForNever View Post

Haha, gotcha. Very interested in your results, hope you make your own thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/81866/incoming-conroe/40#post_847883

I never opened it.
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post #1326 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by MaFi0s0 View Post

My chips crappyness is exponential.
whea 19 with 4.7 ht off @ 1.38v (1.396 reading)
Soon I will see how many volts it cant handle.

I got WHEA 19 errors at 4.5GHz@ 1.35V. Welcome to the club.
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post #1327 of 7362
Ok, wait, so adding volts will reduce the WHEA 19 errors?
post #1328 of 7362
My guess is whea 19 is an easy quick tell your OC isnt stable.
post #1329 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Kitarist View Post

So how much can you OC this chip without having to raise vcore or any other stuff?
Thanks!!!

how many times are you going to ask this or a similar question, Have a look at the spreadsheet on page one, figure out what std voltage is and see who is around there and at what speed.

no-one know yet, its only 2 weeks old.
 
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post #1330 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

Turn off C states in EUFI/bios. That should keep the frequency and voltage constant.

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Originally Posted by bgineng View Post

When doing a manual overclock you can disable all C states and speedstep. Doing this will force your cpu to remain at the overclocked speed all the time.
Well is working so far perfect a 4.6ghz but when I turn off those feature the computer wont boot, the only way that work perfect at 4.6ghz is using the pre-program (on the BIOS) turbo mode and then modifield the CPU volt , I'm thinking maybe is the bios , so far this mobo only has one Bios (no updates) so far , I hope the new bios fix this, Still much performances compared with my old crosshair V with FX=8120 at 4.8ghz.
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