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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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post #1831 of 7362
im so confused to is LLC level 2 or 3 better for a 4.4ghz oc thats what im working on right now...
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post #1832 of 7362
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

im so confused to is LLC level 2 or 3 better for a 4.4ghz oc thats what im working on right now...

as far as I know...LLC Level controls vdroop...

Level 1 = least vdroop
Level 5 = most vdroop (default)

vdroop happens so that your cpu doesn't get spike voltage when it needs more voltage from idle to load state...instead it lowers voltage to reduce heat/damage...while still getting you the load "turbo" speed.

Basically, LLC Level is a way to control voltage so its more steady. That being said...Level 2 is probably the highest you want to go (voltage will stay steady; but when you get spike in volts from load usage, it will go above the needed level as well)...this will make overclocking easier..however, if you can get stable 4.4 with Level 4...that would be better...less volts, less heat...(lower voltage on load, but when you get a spike voltage from load usage, voltage won't go too much over needed amount either compared to Level 2)...Level 4 is safer/better for CPU than Level 2 in general (due to lower voltage / lower spike levels)...but harder to get stable OC with....as far as I know....

I am trying to get 4.4 with Level 4 and even a slight (-) Offset! Hope I can do it!

Someone correct me if I am wrong. I haven't OC'ed in a lonnngggtttimeeee...trying to play caught up with new BIOS stuff. So I could be complete off! Just trying me best. tongue.gif

PS: I am trying to get the highest OC (aiming for 4.4 stable right now) with the highest LLC Level (4 seems stable for me, 5 does not), and lowest Offset number (currently working with -0.01)...
Edited by malikq86 - 6/4/12 at 1:19pm
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post #1833 of 7362
Expect for ASRock boards, level 1 is highest you can go. The vdroop on level 1 is very minimal.

EDIT: It seems like there are more people who have Extreme4 instead of 6. It makes me wonder if there is any difference.
Edited by IronWill1991 - 6/4/12 at 1:39pm
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post #1834 of 7362
Getting error code 55 memory not installed after it stalling on qcode 15 on the CPU and no beep, wonder if its a cracked die??

If I do take out the memory I get a series of beeps and qcode 20.
post #1835 of 7362
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Getting error code 55 memory not installed after it stalling on qcode 15 on the CPU and no beep, wonder if its a cracked die??

If I do take out the memory I get a series of beeps and qcode 20.

Did you delid? or fasten a cooler to tightly? If you tighten your cooler too much, it can bend the board and make pins no longer touch on the CPU, and the most common side effect is memory codes
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post #1836 of 7362
Its delidded.

If I loosen the block I get 00 no qcode basicly.

Its fully tightened, 0.7mm drop over stock.


I just reseated the block, checked for bent pins and cracks none.

Also swapped in the RAM from my current computer.
post #1837 of 7362
anyone else w/ a z77 extreme 4 know how to turn off the IGPU ? I only see how much memory to alocate to it or which to make primary gpu...
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post #1838 of 7362
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anyone else w/ a z77 extreme 4 know how to turn off the IGPU ? I only see how much memory to alocate to it or which to make primary gpu...

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post #1839 of 7362
thanks! I figured it out earlier but thanks alot anyway for the reply.
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post #1840 of 7362
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Thank **** my computer can post, I ghettod the socket, not even using a backplate.
BIOS temp reads ambient biggrin.gif

so you didn't break your cpu/mobo ? good im happy to hear that.
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