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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 #3041 of 7362
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Any reason why it won't? A big selling point to me was the 7 year warranty from Corsair.
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670? nope ... 680
Typo, you are wasting money on 4GB GTX 680, as i said before, i doubt that that bus can even use 4GB effectivly.
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Typo, you are wasting money on 4GB GTX 680, as i said before, i doubt that that bus can even use 4GB effectivly.

I'm currently running a 4GB GTX 670 and I've managed to use upwards of 2.5GB while playing skyrim, heavily modded of course. The 256bit bus is limited, but not as limited as people make it out to be, especially when overclocking the vram 6200MHz+. Though I'd agree 4GB of vram running 1920x1080 is complete over kill as I'm running 2560x1600.
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post #3045 of 7362
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Any reason why it won't? A big selling point to me was the 7 year warranty from Corsair.

Just remember that Corsair, like most companies don't actually manufacture the power supply, the AX 650 is a Seasonic PSU. I normally skip the resellers/re-branders and go right to the source, picked up a Seasonic 860w Platinum and it's been performing great, also has the 7 year warranty.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Swag View Post

Any reason why it won't? A big selling point to me was the 7 year warranty from Corsair.

Just remember that Corsair, like most companies don't actually manufacture the power supply, the AX 650 is a Seasonic PSU. I normally skip the resellers/re-branders and go right to the source, picked up a Seasonic 860w Platinum and it's been performing great, also has the 7 year warranty.

Yea haha I know, that's why the only PSUs on my list that I allow are SeaSonic and Corsair. My dad's PSU is a SeaSonic so I don't want to copy and I like the look of Corsair PSUs. That nice clean AX650 sticker.
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Only 3 things you really need to constantly change and that's CPU vcore, ratio, and CPU PLL. Everything other than that is usually static and you just set them and leave them alone. Overclocking has become extremely easy with Ivy Bridge. Just refer to one of the many guides on overclocking Ivy Bridge.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards/40
Here's my guide, if anything doesn't make sense, ask here or refer to the many other guides. smile.gif Have fun overclocking and patience is number 1 during overclock.

I looked at your thread, and also at Sin's massive post ( http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end), Sin's post is slightly more applicable since I'm using a GA-Z77X-UD5H. I'm trying to avoid turning off the power save features as I'm trying to get a stable OC of 4.3-4.5 for daily use, not for benchmarking. I can run stable at 4.0 Ghz on default setting ( Vcore 1.155v, Vtt 1.050, PLL 1.8v) but any higher and I start to get stability issues. If I set it to Auto and go to 4.3Ghz I get a BSOD between 5-15 minutes while running P95.
post #3048 of 7362
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Auto should only be used until a decently high overclock so you should stop using auto and learn how to use your own things. Look at my guide and set things like how I have them set. Try as much as possible. After that, follow SIn's guide in overclocking. Raise ratio +1 and make vcore at +0.005 offset. After that, test prime95 for 10minutes, if passes either raise ratio +1 or keep testing until 12 hours. If you fail, raise vcore one notch.
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Auto should only be used until a decently high overclock so you should stop using auto and learn how to use your own things. Look at my guide and set things like how I have them set. Try as much as possible. After that, follow SIn's guide in overclocking. Raise ratio +1 and make vcore at +0.005 offset. After that, test prime95 for 10minutes, if passes either raise ratio +1 or keep testing until 12 hours. If you fail, raise vcore one notch.

I'm still not following exactly what you mean by offset, god I feel like such a noob, lol. I guess I am, new chip, new architecture, new skills required.
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I'm still not following exactly what you mean by offset, god I feel like such a noob, lol. I guess I am, new chip, new architecture, new skills required.

Normally to overclock a cpu, you can just pick a voltage and it will run at that voltage.

These chips have a voltage called VID (each chip is different). VID increases as clock speed increases. Basically, VID + offset voltage = voltage the chip will run at.

You can find your chip's VID at different clock speeds using coretemp if you want.
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