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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
1362 Total Votes  
post #2821 of 7362
LOL if that was idle I'd be screwed hahaha

Idle is like 17-23C in my stupid hot room.

Load at 4.8ghz prime 95 test run is in the range you bolded lol.
    
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Oh okay.
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Is there any way to OC ivy bridge really heavily without doing the crazy sub zero thing that sin did?

How can I get 5ghz on i7 3770k without burning the CPU lol?

The h100 is nice but while it seems to keep the cpu cooler than my hyper 212+ would have (which broke when I was rolling my heavy haf x from my bedroom to the second bedroom in my apt) it still lets the cpu get to like high 80s..
    
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Is there any way to OC ivy bridge really heavily without doing the crazy sub zero thing that sin did?
How can I get 5ghz on i7 3770k without burning the CPU lol?
The h100 is nice but while it seems to keep the cpu cooler than my hyper 212+ would have (which broke when I was rolling my heavy haf x from my bedroom to the second bedroom in my apt) it still lets the cpu get to like high 80s..
You need golden chip for 5.0 GHz everyday.
For bench 5.0 GHz you dont need to be extremely lucky, but still you need to be lucky.biggrin.gif
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post #2825 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Tori View Post

Is there any way to OC ivy bridge really heavily without doing the crazy sub zero thing that sin did?
How can I get 5ghz on i7 3770k without burning the CPU lol?
The h100 is nice but while it seems to keep the cpu cooler than my hyper 212+ would have (which broke when I was rolling my heavy haf x from my bedroom to the second bedroom in my apt) it still lets the cpu get to like high 80s..

If there was a way, wouldn't we all air-cooling and water-cooling freaks already be doing it? Sadly there's no way apart from getting a golden CPU. Sin actually has a golden one, just so you know, making him hit 5.3Ghz (3770K) on air cooling without breaking a sweat.
post #2826 of 7362
I was told that 4.5ghz @ 1.208v is nothing too bad for the CPU's lifespan, but how would 4.8ghz @ 1.35v with offset fare?

Would the CPU last me at least 3 years if it is on like 6-10 hours a day?
    
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post #2827 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Tori View Post

Is there any way to OC ivy bridge really heavily without doing the crazy sub zero thing that sin did?
How can I get 5ghz on i7 3770k without burning the CPU lol?
The h100 is nice but while it seems to keep the cpu cooler than my hyper 212+ would have (which broke when I was rolling my heavy haf x from my bedroom to the second bedroom in my apt) it still lets the cpu get to like high 80s..

Honestly it took me a lot of tweaking to get 5Ghz right but I had to crank the vcore over 1.4 and I got lucky with my temps I need better fans and my indigo xtreme tim...need to get that. I want to hit 5Ghz for all day 24/7 times for folding so I can own the team comps. But I move by itty bit and only test with 5 runs on intel burn v2 test the try for longer until you get to like 25 runs but be careful with those crazy temps on 5Ghz gonna scare ya I hit 105 once........I never want to hit that again I had it at 98 when I got it to run perfectly....love my 3770K lol.
post #2828 of 7362
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I was told that 4.5ghz @ 1.208v is nothing too bad for the CPU's lifespan, but how would 4.8ghz @ 1.35v with offset fare?

Would the CPU last me at least 3 years if it is on like 6-10 hours a day?

I have been asking this question many times and have come to the same conclusion. Ivy Bridge is less susceptible to degrade so running 1.35 vcore is not a problem even for a long time at 100%. The only factor that really comes into play is if the temps are reasonable. Let's say you run at 1.35 and your CPU at 100% load is 75C max. Then you should be good and degrade would be a very low line in the life-span graph. But let's say you run 90C, degrade line would be more because of the combination of high temps and high vcore.

I was running my 930 @ 80C 24/7 because of folding for 4 months @ 1.392vcore. The max vcore for that chip was supposedly 1.4 ~ 1.45 and I was at the limit. It still runs beautifully today and with the same overclock.
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post #2829 of 7362
Username: pabszilla
Chip Model: i5 3570k
Batch #: L206B682
Max OC: 4.2GHz
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2465965

Stock cooler had to go back on while I RMA the H100 (grinding/buzzing issue). Hopefully it gets back soon, then the fun begins!
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Username: pabszilla
Chip Model: i5 3570k
Batch #: L206B682
Max OC: 4.2GHz
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2465965

Stock cooler had to go back on while I RMA the H100 (grinding/buzzing issue). Hopefully it gets back soon, then the fun begins!

Nice, how do you feel your chip is doing? Also, what's your temps on stock. I never really used stock cooling before, but I'm still interested.
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