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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
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    i7 3770k
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post #231 of 7164
Got my 3570k on first day of release but didn't have time to install. This morning I had a some time so I finally got to swap out the SB i5-2500k for the 3570k from my MSI Z68A-GD65 G3 MB. smile.gif

The swap went smooth. I installed the latest IB supporting BIOS for my MB last week so it was ready to just put it in and go.
day1z68home3570k.jpg
Before booting up I wasted no time and went for an over clock. biggrin.gif


1.22v on 3570k@4.5GHZ and I lowered my ram voltage to 1.5v since the IB has a stronger memory process I thought I could get away with lowering my ram voltage from 1.63v@2133mhz, CL 9-11-10-27 CR 1.

Once booted windows 7 immediately did a device update and I had to reboot. After that it booted up fine and I went straight to Intel Burn Test for stability testing.


3570k1stbootoverclock.jpg

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2352909


I'm impressed with the low voltage for the speed and the stability.
I'm also impressed with how I was able to lower the voltage on my ram.
This chip is beast. Idles very cool and when under load it does get hotter than my 2500k but it is rated for higher temps. I think this CPU is a real beast. Very happy with my first boot and over clock. smile.gif

Running Swiftech HD water block for cooling with HWLABs 360 and 120 steath radiators.


That is where I am at so far. Time for IB fun. cool.gif
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post #232 of 7164
Quote:
Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

Got my 3570k on first day of release but didn't have time to install. This morning I had a some time so I finally got to swap out the SB i5-2500k for the 3570k from my MSI Z68A-GD65 G3 MB. smile.gif
The swap went smooth. I installed the latest IB supporting BIOS for my MB last week so it was ready to just put it in and go.

Before booting up I wasted no time and went for an over clock. biggrin.gif
1.22v on 3570k@4.5GHZ and I lowered my ram voltage to 1.5v since the IB has a stronger memory process I thought I could get away with lowering my ram voltage from 1.63v@2133mhz, CL 9-11-10-27 CR 1.
Once booted windows 7 immediately did a device update and I had to reboot. After that it booted up fine and I went straight to Intel Burn Test for stability testing.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2352909
I'm impressed with the low voltage for the speed and the stability.
I'm also impressed with how I was able to lower the voltage on my ram.
This chip is beast. Idles very cool and when under load it does get hotter than my 2500k but it is rated for higher temps. I think this CPU is a real beast. Very happy with my first boot and over clock. smile.gif
Running Swiftech HD water block for cooling with HWLABs 360 and 120 steath radiators.
That is where I am at so far. Time for IB fun. cool.gif
Nice, I'm stability testing right now at 4.5GHz too myself with 1.21v. What volts did you need for 4.5GHz to be stable on your 2500K?
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post #233 of 7164
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Originally Posted by neveser View Post

Yah, you could do that.
I think it's easier to change the driver to standard plus you won't lose your activation info.

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Originally Posted by 13thmonkey View Post

there's a mechanism called sysprep that takes you all the way back to the OOBE (out of the box experience).
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/135077-windows-7-installation-transfer-new-computer.html


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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

Thanks guys, I'll try it tomorrow. It's really late here. +rep to both of you.



This may help


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How to add or remove software from an existing OEM-preinstalled Windows Vista or Windows 7 image while preserving the pre-activation state applied in the OEM factory.
post #234 of 7164
I resolved my temperature issues...One of the corners of the stock cooler popped off the board. Now, with undervolting the card from 1.15 to 1.075v, leaving it HT @ 3.9ghz, prime95 45 minutes in registering temperatures right around 72C. Can't wait to get this thing under water!
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post #235 of 7164
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I resolved my temperature issues...One of the corners of the stock cooler popped off the board. Now, with undervolting the card from 1.15 to 1.075v, leaving it HT @ 3.9ghz, prime95 45 minutes in registering temperatures right around 72C. Can't wait to get this thing under water!
Awesome, I'm glad you figured it out and it's not a defective chip.
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post #236 of 7164
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Nice, I'm stability testing right now at 4.5GHz too myself with 1.21v. What volts did you need for 4.5GHz to be stable on your 2500K?

2500k could pass the same test with 1.33v but PLL had to be a little higher and my ram had to be at 1.63v. The ram I am using is rated for 2133mha CAS 9 with 1.65v. With the 3570k I am able to run it at rated speeds with much less ram voltage. smile.gif

Getting ready to try 5 GHZ. devil.gif
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post #237 of 7164
Quote:
Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

2500k could pass the same test with 1.33v but PLL had to be a little higher and my ram had to be at 1.63v. The ram I am using is rated for 2133mha CAS 9 with 1.65v. With the 3570k I am able to run it at rated speeds with much less ram voltage. smile.gif
Getting ready to try 5 GHZ. devil.gif

I am really looking forward to seeing you push your i5 3570k under a 360+ rad setup. I was just going to buy a H100 for the simplicity, but I am now thinking at getting a XSPC Raystorm kit and pushing the clocks ! Seeing that these chips don't out-put loads of heat, real WC loops seem to have a nice advantage over say a H100 due to the flow rate, and being able to get water through the block faster. Thus keeping that hot little 22nm Die cooler. smile.gif
post #238 of 7164
Bought 3770K last night at Canada Computers for 340 ( price match with NCIX ) 8gigs G Skills 2133 - asus Max 4 gene Z third generation - Tec cooling being made now by Mindchill.450 A lot more work to be done yet ! biggrin.gif:bike:
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Currently overclocked to 4.7ghz at 1.28v with HT on. Temps averaging from 60~70c, with small spikes up to 75c, but 95% of the time are jumping from 60~70c. So far it feels very sturdy.

Played Battlefield 3 for a few hours with temps at around 60s. Rejoice watercoolers!

Going for 4.9ghz next, I wonder if its actually going to cut it. Honestly the temps are very nice.
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Was able to pass IBT stability test with same voltage at 4.6GHZ. PLL 1.75v

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