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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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This is for Sandy-Bridge right? Not Ivy?

I asked about both, he said it's the same.
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Yup, according to below datasheet it's 1.5V:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/3rd-gen-core-desktop-vol-1-datasheet.html

On page 84, in table 7-5 there's also information about VDDQ Tolerance +-5% but I'm still not sure if setting 1.5V + 5% (1.575V) is considered safe. I OCed my RAM and was running it at 1.55V but currently I changed it back to stock settings. I'm not feeling comfortable not knowing if that's safe for the CPU. I guess we'll know in a couple of years if 1.65V was safe or not.

Btw, for Sandy Bridge the datasheet clearly stated that 1.425-1.575V was within spec.
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This is for Sandy-Bridge right? Not Ivy?

I asked about both, he said it's the same.

Damn, I guess that representative was right. I always thought it was 1.65 for Ivy since it had a better and stronger IMC. Hmm, guess not.
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Push it more!!

1- I am an OC noob as the only CPU I've OCed before was the QX6700 (I just raised the BCLK to 293) and the new bios has much more options (I only Know Vcore, BCLK, Multiplier and Turbo)
2- Every time I set the BCLK (3770K) to 100 It changes (on it's own) to 101 or 102
3- I just Bumped the multiplier to 40 and disabled turbo core and some other options (Power Saving I think).
4- Vcore is 1.2159 and Temps are 76, 74, 80, 82 as I'm still on the stock thin heatsink cooler, so should I still push it more ?
5- I'm using the IGP so If I play a game the temps will raise to 90. So with this OC, Playing and folding are enemies.
6- I'm Planning (for the next year) to get Corsair H80, OC to 4.4, 2 More memory sticks and GTX 560 Ti SLI (May be 660 Ti).

Thank You.
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Push it more!!

1- I am an OC noob as the only CPU I've OCed before was the QX6700 (I just raised the BCLK to 293) and the new bios has much more options (I only Know Vcore, BCLK, Multiplier and Turbo)
2- Every time I set the BCLK (3770K) to 100 It changes (on it's own) to 101 or 102
3- I just Bumped the multiplier to 40 and disabled turbo core and some other options (Power Saving I think).
4- Vcore is 1.2159 and Temps are 76, 74, 80, 82 as I'm still on the stock thin heatsink cooler, so should I still push it more ?
5- I'm using the IGP so If I play a game the temps will raise to 90. So with this OC, Playing and folding are enemies.
6- I'm Planning (for the next year) to get Corsair H80, OC to 4.4, 2 More memory sticks and GTX 560 Ti SLI (May be 660 Ti).

Thank You.

Screw the H80 and just get the 212 Evo. Works great and isn't bad looking imo. I didn't know you were on stock, but those temps are pretty good for stock. On 4.3 with no voltage changes, I get raped by the temps with my aftermarket cooling. Seems like my temps didn't change after making the voltage a bit higher, but not sure. frown.gif
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I think I'll need the H80 as I'll OC the IGP too (until I get a graphics card) It's Quite too, and looks sick IMO rolleyes.gif. I've always wanted to WC a pc and custom loops are not an option (Where I live) redface.gif

I know It's 3x the price of Hyper 212 EVO but I'm ready to give it a try. It's the TOP Item on my Upgrade list. (I need a job ASAP!)

As for Now I'll try to bump the multiplier to 41,42 and 43 with the same voltage (1.2159) and If everything is stable I'll keep the OC, Otherwise, Back to 4.0 (I need a 24/7 Stable for F@H)

I'll make some research to learn the new OC terms that I don't know yet, I need to know everything about OCing IVB on Z77X-UD3H first, then give it a try.

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I think I'll need the H80 as I'll OC the IGP too (until I get a graphics card) It's Quite too, and looks sick IMO rolleyes.gif. I've always wanted to WC a pc and custom loops are not an option (Where I live) redface.gif
I know It's 3x the price of Hyper 212 EVO but I'm ready to give it a try. It's the TOP Item on my Upgrade list. (I need a job ASAP!)
As for Now I'll try to bump the multiplier to 41,42 and 43 with the same voltage (1.2159) and If everything is stable I'll keep the OC, Otherwise, Back to 4.0 (I need a 24/7 Stable for F@H)
I'll make some research to learn the new OC terms that I don't know yet, I need to know everything about OCing IVB on Z77X-UD3H first, then give it a try.
Thank You

Instead of buying the h80 leave your cpu at stock and buy a decent GPU. you can get a ok gpu for that price. Better then the iGP.
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Doesn't SB's warranty get voided by running RAM over 1.5v?
Does SB-E have the same limitation in terms of warranty and Intel Spec'd IMC?
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Dear Customer

We can certainly clarify the confusion you may have. Intel does NOT support overclocking, so DDR3-1600 is the maximum frequency they suggest. As a result, DRAM Voltage is also limited at 1.50V (standard). This memory kit is clearly not average, or standard, so of course it will not follow Intel's guidelines. As you know, Intel has had this DDR3 limitation for Sandybridge and chipsets prior, so it is nothing new. If you do a quick search for performance DDR3 memory, everything is above 1.50V. Rarely is <1.50V memory considered high performance.

G.Skill produces the best (extreme) memory modules available on the market. Rest assured that the kits are tested for their specific platforms. With the proper settings, although much greater than Intel specifications, it will not harm your CPU. Similar to CPU frequency overclocking, 4.6GHz+ from 3.8GHz default (turbo) is common, but technically Intel does not support it. If you want to follow Intel and the standards, you will need to purchase DDR3-1600 CL11 or under.

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Originally Posted by Swag View Post

Doesn't SB's warranty get voided by running RAM over 1.5v?
Does SB-E have the same limitation in terms of warranty and Intel Spec'd IMC?
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Dear Customer

We can certainly clarify the confusion you may have. Intel does NOT support overclocking, so DDR3-1600 is the maximum frequency they suggest. As a result, DRAM Voltage is also limited at 1.50V (standard). This memory kit is clearly not average, or standard, so of course it will not follow Intel's guidelines. As you know, Intel has had this DDR3 limitation for Sandybridge and chipsets prior, so it is nothing new. If you do a quick search for performance DDR3 memory, everything is above 1.50V. Rarely is <1.50V memory considered high performance.

G.Skill produces the best (extreme) memory modules available on the market. Rest assured that the kits are tested for their specific platforms. With the proper settings, although much greater than Intel specifications, it will not harm your CPU. Similar to CPU frequency overclocking, 4.6GHz+ from 3.8GHz default (turbo) is common, but technically Intel does not support it. If you want to follow Intel and the standards, you will need to purchase DDR3-1600 CL11 or under.

Thank you
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Thanks.

Wow, this is just sad. I thought Ivy Bridge could handle higher RAM, guess not. I think I'm going to stay with my RAM then instead of upgrading and overclocking.
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are you kidding me,did you even read what i posted ? lol
since Ivy supports 2400/2600/2666/2800 ...show me one set of RAM 2400 and up that is rated 1.5v LMAO
    
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