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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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post #1761 of 7362
yea prime is awesome doing some small FFTS real quick getting 59 on lowest core 67 on highest so Im not even cracking 70 so far on prime. awesome I don't really care if I get a 1.2ghz oc i'm fine with 1ghz w/ much better temps / lower volts and not having to de-lid I'll probably de-lid in a few years or something.
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exactly I agree, I will chop this freakin processor in half in a year or so. no if and's or but's. but right now its perfect thumb.gif
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so it just seems like it takes ALOT of voltage to get from 4.4 to 4.6 for me atleast especially since i'm not sure I was completely stable on 4.6, i'm hoping this voltage is stable or I won't have to go up too much from here for 4.4 I am truly diggin it right now. Thanks ALOT for the advice man. I am curious as heck to know how much difference de-lidding would make for me. the only thing I think I might do is get some of that liquid pro thermal paste for the heatsink side since everyone says how awesome it is ya know?
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Speaking of LLC, what do you guys use?
I'm using the second highest.. I read that somewhere that it helped, it does make 4.5GHz read at 1.35v in CPU-Z though.. (Set to +0.65) where as + 0.150 makes it read 1.5v?!

That being said the "1.5v" run didn't pass 90c.. That was at 4.9GHz on a Hyper 212+

Should i turn LLC down a bit? smile.gif
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so it just seems like it takes ALOT of voltage to get from 4.4 to 4.6 for me atleast especially since i'm not sure I was completely stable on 4.6, i'm hoping this voltage is stable or I won't have to go up too much from here for 4.4 I am truly diggin it right now. Thanks ALOT for the advice man. I am curious as heck to know how much difference de-lidding would make for me. the only thing I think I might do is get some of that liquid pro thermal paste for the heatsink side since everyone says how awesome it is ya know?

Try 4.5GHz, mine does the same. What sort of voltage are you speaking of though for "a lot more"?
Mines been at 4.6GHz stable with an offset of +0.120 but it heats up alot, i'll probably run it at 4.7-4.8 once i get my NH-D14 thumb.gif
 
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post #1765 of 7362
holy crap matt-matt how do you manage to run @ 1.5v on a 212 and not hit 90c when I was getting almost 90c on less than 1.2v ......... I just don't get that and no I don't have a bad TIM app or a crappy HS positioning

I am using all the settings from that bios the metal posted except im using LLC level 2 instead of 1 since iketh and opt33 explained to me why and it did drop my temps by 5c earlier when I switched to it.
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so it just seems like it takes ALOT of voltage to get from 4.4 to 4.6 for me atleast especially since i'm not sure I was completely stable on 4.6, i'm hoping this voltage is stable or I won't have to go up too much from here for 4.4 I am truly diggin it right now. Thanks ALOT for the advice man. I am curious as heck to know how much difference de-lidding would make for me. the only thing I think I might do is get some of that liquid pro thermal paste for the heatsink side since everyone says how awesome it is ya know?

I know for sure. I think it is just the chip we each personally own. Its different for everyone. I couldn't even get past the bios splash screen with these settings at 4.6 but with 4.5 it passed a 10 hour prime test lol.

and I agree, if there was a 10c drop in temps for sure guaranteed with delidding, I would be all over it. but I have to see what lapping and adding a third 140mm fan to my heat sink does first.
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I strapped a 120mm fan for pull to the other side of my 212 evo w/ zip ties ( went through the top 2 holes on the clip on fan that came w/ the 212 and it actually worked out great IDK if it made ANY DIFFERENCE in my temps though lol.

and matt-matt I had to go to 1.185 on 4.6 to not get whea errors right away when doing IBT so far im running 4.4 @ 1.100 with no whea errors so thats a huge leap in voltage and temps I think just to get 200 more measly mhz out of an already beastly proc.
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holy crap matt-matt how do you manage to run @ 1.5v on a 212 and not hit 90c when I was getting almost 90c on less than 1.2v ......... I just don't get that and no I don't have a bad TIM app or a crappy HS positioning
I am using all the settings from that bios the metal posted except im using LLC level 2 instead of 1 since iketh and opt33 explained to me why and it did drop my temps by 5c earlier when I switched to it.

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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

I strapped a 120mm fan for pull to the other side of my 212 evo w/ zip ties ( went through the top 2 holes on the clip on fan that came w/ the 212 and it actually worked out great IDK if it made ANY DIFFERENCE in my temps though lol.
and matt-matt I had to go to 1.185 on 4.6 to not get whea errors right away when doing IBT so far im running 4.4 @ 1.100 with no whea errors so thats a huge leap in voltage and temps I think just to get 200 more measly mhz out of an already beastly proc.
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I strapped a 120mm fan for pull to the other side of my 212 evo w/ zip ties ( went through the top 2 holes on the clip on fan that came w/ the 212 and it actually worked out great IDK if it made ANY DIFFERENCE in my temps though lol.
and matt-matt I had to go to 1.185 on 4.6 to not get whea errors right away when doing IBT so far im running 4.4 @ 1.100 with no whea errors so thats a huge leap in voltage and temps I think just to get 200 more measly mhz out of an already beastly proc.

I used to be like "Just push it more" but now that i'm actually seeing the intense amounts of voltage just for an extra 200mhz (and the heat) I can now say that I understand why people run their machines at 4.5GHz 24/7 as opposed to 4.7GHz 24/7.

For a Sandy 4.9GHz-5.1GHz 24/7 is do-able, a Ivy however.. No, the best an Ivy can do is along the lines of 4.8GHz 24/7

My VID is 1.185.. At 3.4GHz. I take it that I've got a bad chip?
It can get to 4.3 at stock voltage though, it hasn't been tested much though, yeah CPU-Z was telling me it was pumping 1.5v and i was like "WHAT THE F" so i shutdown my PC..
I checked temps first though, I think it peaked at 91c.

My TIM application is rather bad, It was a temp rush job.. I had homework to do that night and I needed to get it up and running. As I said i'm swapping over to a NH-D14 in the upcoming weeks.
 
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post #1770 of 7362
LN2 guys are saying Ivy bridge is a lot more resilient than Sandy, they arnt getting any degredation benching 1.9v so I got no problem running 1.5 daily.
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