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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 #2321 of 7362
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Does anyone know how to get the minimum clock on these CPU's to go up? I don't want to run at 1.6GHz at 1.224v. I want it to stay higher.

It will clock higher when it needs to do that. It's called speedstep, it saves power when you're not at load. Your voltage is locked because you might be using fixed voltage instead of offset voltage.
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Does anyone know how to get the minimum clock on these CPU's to go up? I don't want to run at 1.6GHz at 1.224v. I want it to stay higher.

It will clock higher when it needs to do that. It's called speedstep, it saves power when you're not at load. Your voltage is locked because you might be using fixed voltage instead of offset voltage.
I want the speed to stay up, i understand why it does that.
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I want the speed to stay up, i understand why it does that.

Well, then do what other two people said before my post. Disable speedstep, C states and choose maximum power in power management.
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What are the max "safe" volts for Ivy chips (like 1.5v for sandy)? Currently running prime 1.168V 4.4GHz (CPU-Z reports voltage between 1.160-1.168V).
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Hi there... I wanna be in your gang.

I'm the proud owner of an i5 3570K which i bought an OEM version so I don't know the batch number off hand.

I'm currently running at stock speeds as I haven't upgraded my motherboard yet (she's currently running on a Asus P8H67M-Pro with Arctic 7 air cooling), think i'm going to get a Asus sabertooth Z77 in a few weeks as I love the look of the armor covering.

Here's me CPU-Z

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post #2326 of 7362
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What are the max "safe" volts for Ivy chips (like 1.5v for sandy)? Currently running prime 1.168V 4.4GHz (CPU-Z reports voltage between 1.160-1.168V).

Intel states that 1.55V is the max safe voltage. But IB chips are more sensitive to voltage, so I wouldn't go over 1.4V. You'll have temps problem before you'll reach that high.
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What are the max "safe" volts for Ivy chips (like 1.5v for sandy)? Currently running prime 1.168V 4.4GHz (CPU-Z reports voltage between 1.160-1.168V).
Intel states that 1.55V is the max safe voltage. But IB chips are more sensitive to voltage, so I wouldn't go over 1.4V. You'll have temps problem before you'll reach that high.
Yeah, thought so.

Got my 3570k to 4.5GHz by bumping vcore offset to +0.005 and turbo offset to +0.008. She was prime stable but crashed after a hour of folding, so decided to put the chip to 4.4GHz and take the turbo offset down to .004. I'll OC the chip more once I switch to something better from my 620 with low speed fan.
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What are the max "safe" volts for Ivy chips (like 1.5v for sandy)? Currently running prime 1.168V 4.4GHz (CPU-Z reports voltage between 1.160-1.168V).

i have the same 4.4GHz OC with the same load voltage....but i couldn't get 4.5ghz without some serious voltage increases...and very high prime95 temps (like high 80s) ...so i stopped (maybe my A70 heat-sink is not good with this chip, idk). ill try again later when i have more time... i still need to tweak bios a bit ..maybe lower CPU PPL and stuff like that...let me know if you can get a stable 4.5ghz with low 80s temp or better.
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What are the max "safe" volts for Ivy chips (like 1.5v for sandy)? Currently running prime 1.168V 4.4GHz (CPU-Z reports voltage between 1.160-1.168V).
i have the same 4.4GHz OC with the same load voltage....but i couldn't get 4.5ghz without some serious voltage increases...and very high prime95 temps (like high 80s) ...so i stopped (maybe my A70 heat-sink is not good with this chip, idk). ill try again later when i have more time... i still need to tweak bios a bit ..maybe lower CPU PPL and stuff like that...let me know if you can get a stable 4.5ghz with low 80s temp or better.
I OC'd using regular offset of +.005 and turbo boost offset of +.008 and the 4.5 was prime stable, but not folding stable. I did try +.012 turbo voltage, and it completed a WU just fine, so seems like it was pretty stable then. Temps were around the 80's using my Antec 620 but I prefer the 70C temps at 4.4 tongue.gif But since every chip is different, it doesnt mean that your chip is stable at the same voltage mine is smile.gif
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What are the max "safe" volts for Ivy chips (like 1.5v for sandy)? Currently running prime 1.168V 4.4GHz (CPU-Z reports voltage between 1.160-1.168V).

max safe volts is going to be diff for everyone. mine idea of max safe is usually higher than others. i keep mine at or under 1.4v but others may say 1.3 or 1.35.. either way 1.160 isnt even close to maxing out lol
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