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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
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post #1891 of 7362
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Originally Posted by malikq86 View Post

Random Question: Does getting multiple BSODs while optimizing OC....bad for your PC or harddrive?? I think I've had like 20 BSODs by now....lol, no joke...I hope it isn't causing issues/problems for my PC.

I've corrupted Windows installations due to tweaking my OC before... but not in a long time. There is however an easy solution... (and the road I usually take if I'm seeing a lot of BSOD's while tweaking).

1. Install Windows at stock.
2. Tweak the OC until you have it perfect.
3. Save OC settings to BIOS.
4. Revert to defaults for Windows installation in BIOS.
5. Turn OC back on.

This way you have a nice clean installation of Windows that hasn't been crashed on 40 million times and a stable OC to go with it.

GL HF biggrin.gif
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post #1892 of 7362
it shouldn't be a problem whenver you remove the source of the BSOD"s everything will go back to normal
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CPU wont even do 4.9 @ 1.56v I got a feeling I need to reset cmos, anyways running 4.9 HT off @ 1.61v now if this doesnt work gonna reset cmos.

If it doesnt do 4.8 or higher I am gonna run it at 100c, whatever voltage that ends up being and buy an i5 and start again.
post #1894 of 7362
isnt 1.5 what ur not supposed to go over?
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Yeah, you can really bugger your system when you get a bsod. Not common but possible. Anything that gets loaded in memory can get corrupted if bad data gets wrote to disk. I've had to reinstall programs. Good practice is to use msconfog and disable everything you can until you're stable.
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post #1896 of 7362
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I give up, I am drawing the line at 1.61v this is BS temps were only 81 too.
Gonna try a lower clock speed.

It is possible that the IHS removal & TIM change can lower the max clocks, for air/water stable guys it seems to help lower temps for the sub 5Ghz area, but 5/6 extreme coolers have found that switching it out instantly reduces the max overclock a chip was previously capable of. Not sure how applicable it might be for air/water...
http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?p=177744&postcount=65
    
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CPU wont even do 4.9 @ 1.56v I got a feeling I need to reset cmos, anyways running 4.9 HT off @ 1.61v now if this doesnt work gonna reset cmos.
If it doesnt do 4.8 or higher I am gonna run it at 100c, whatever voltage that ends up being and buy an i5 and start again.

I think I would idle at 100 with those volts. mad.gif
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It is possible that the IHS removal & TIM change can lower the max clocks, for air/water stable guys it seems to help lower temps for the sub 5Ghz area, but 5/6 extreme coolers have found that switching it out instantly reduces the max overclock a chip was previously capable of. Not sure how applicable it might be for air/water...
http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?p=177744&postcount=65

weird I can't see the correlation
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All I can think of is their chips degraded tongue.gif

they did suicide runs at 6ghz+, then de-lidded and repeated.

Unlikey but has more reasoning behind it than just simply removing the IHS :l
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All I can think of is their chips degraded tongue.gif
they did suicide runs at 6ghz+, then de-lidded and repeated.
Unlikey but has more reasoning behind it than just simply removing the IHS :l

Not really, the chips don't degrade that easy. I've degraded a chip faster folding at 4.5Ghz than benching at high volts when cold. It is hard to pin down a reason though without more testing
    
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