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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 #1351 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

So far it looks like 3770k's overclock better than 3570k's too.
As for gaming with HT I just set Affinity settings smile.gif, works like a charm.

But games don't use the virtual cores, so it would be more efficient to just turn them off for normal use.
post #1352 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Frankrizzo View Post

true but not by much and cost is over 100 bucks more. Is it really worth it?

If you want hyper threading then yes. It makes 3d modeling and rendering much faster. And as stated before, you can always turn it off when you don't want it.
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i notice a lot of you have my mother board the P8Z77-V. Anyone find it in My Rig components?
post #1354 of 7362
Reduced my video encoding from 1:30min to 50min doing a 1 hour longvideo.
Great chip! ...actually I think it was faster than that.
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i notice a lot of you have my mother board the P8Z77-V. Anyone find it in My Rig components?

I own one.
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I upgraded last night from a C2D machine to an ivy bridge i5 (MSI z77a-g45, i5-3570k, 4X4GB Patriot PC3 12800 kit). Previously, I was running off a OCZ Solid 3, with a second OCZ Solid 3 as a cache/swap/temp drive.

New hardware is all in running fine, however I can't clean install windows 7 on the SSDs. I went through the steps in the Sean's W7SSD thread (AHCI SATA, MBR created), but every time I go to install it either returns an error during the extraction step (error code 0x80070570, or error code 0xc0000005) or it just blue screens shortly after. I can and did, however, install Windows onto a HDD.

Any ideas what's going on? Thanks!
post #1356 of 7362
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I upgraded last night from a C2D machine to an ivy bridge i5 (MSI z77a-g45, i5-3570k, 4X4GB Patriot DDR31600 kit). Previously, I was running off a OCZ Solid 3, with a second OCZ Solid 3 as a cache/swap/temp drive.
New hardware is all in running fine, however I can't clean install windows 7 on the SSDs. I Went through the steps in the OP (AHCI SATA, MBR created), but every time I go to install it either returns an error during the extraction step (error code 0x80070570, or error code 0xc0000005) or it just blue screens shortly after. I can and did, however, install Windows onto a HDD.
Any ideas what's going on? Thanks!

Have you tried swapping the SATA cable and/or plugging it into SATA II port if you currently have it in the SATA III one and vice versa?
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post #1357 of 7362
I didn't have a sata DVD drive so u had to buy one. I guess IDE is so outdated they stopped supporting them in the mobo.
post #1358 of 7362
Many forums suggest that the first error code (0x80070570) is generally attributed to faulty memory. I've tried with each DIMM individually to no avail, and since it installed without issue on the HDD, is it safe to assume that's not my problem?
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Originally Posted by Darco19 View Post

Have you tried swapping the SATA cable and/or plugging it into SATA II port if you currently have it in the SATA III one and vice versa?

I have not, and will do so when I get home.

Does the installer have a known issue with SATA3?

Either way, good idea since it successfully installed to an HDD over SATA2.
post #1359 of 7362
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Originally Posted by 3kramd5 View Post

Many forums suggest that the first error code (0x80070570) is generally attributed to faulty memory. I've tried with each DIMM individually to no avail, and since it installed without issue on the HDD, is it safe to assume that's not my problem?
I have not, and will do so when I get home.
Does the installer have a known issue with SATA3?
Either way, good idea since it successfully installed to an HDD over SATA2.

Well, the SSD might not be compatible with SATA3, so that could be causing an issue.
post #1360 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Nihilo View Post

Well, the SSD might not be compatible with SATA3, so that could be causing an issue.

They are.

http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-solid-3-sata-iii-2-5-ssd.html

Also, the motherboard recognizes the drives directly (listed as Solid 3).
Edited by 3kramd5 - 5/16/12 at 7:53am
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