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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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post #321 of 7362
I'm able to do 1.23v for 4.7GHz (stable or semi-stable), yet 4.8GHz is not stable at 1.335v. It's a temp difference on my watercooling loop of 78C versus 91C. This is with Prime95. 4.8GHz just doesn't seem worth it... at least on my processor.
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is the 10% faster clock for clock really worth the trade off with the heat that comes with max overclocks on these chips?
Im just wondering becuase if the chips are 10% faster but are limited by voltages as early as 1.4v in essence also limiting higher clock frequencies, overclocking wise is sandy still better, due to the higher clocks? I mean i can push 1.5v through my chip for 5.0ghz and still never go over 80c in prime.
Is the trade off worth the switch? Was just curious because i will be doing some tinkering come fall. Damn upgrade bug, mostly just a new case etc. But if the switch is warranted i would gladly jump to ivy.

I think thats a matter of opinion. Some will think it's worth jumping on, others will think its better to stay on sandy bridge. Opinions will surely vary
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I'm able to do 1.23v for 4.7GHz (stable or semi-stable), yet 4.8GHz is not stable at 1.335v. It's a temp difference on my watercooling loop of 78C versus 91C. This is with Prime95. 4.8GHz just doesn't seem worth it... at least on my processor.

try 4.9. maybe it doesn't like the 48x multiplier...
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try 4.9. maybe it doesn't like the 48x multiplier...

What do you have yours at, and what temps?

I was expecting about 10C better temps than what i'm getting, KuuFa is also on a loop and getting 10C lower than me with higher voltage. I reseated twice, and temps are still the same. 9-10C difference in temps between Core 1 and 3.

Also for some reason I can't disable turbo with my multiplier set high? It forces it to enabled then grays it out. This normal?
Edited by Murlocke - 5/2/12 at 2:16pm
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I wouldn't run 1.5v daily on a Sandy. Wasn't it that Sandy can degrade rather quickly?

Well i was using it as an example, haven't seen any degrading on any of my clocks that are stable though, as in havent had to increase my volts for any of them. Although i havent ran 1.5v for extended periods of time. Hmmm i have the itch to do something new, but i think i would go with a 2700k then or maybe even jump to SB-E.
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I'm able to do 1.23v for 4.7GHz (stable or semi-stable), yet 4.8GHz is not stable at 1.335v. It's a temp difference on my watercooling loop of 78C versus 91C. This is with Prime95. 4.8GHz just doesn't seem worth it... at least on my processor.

I get the same thing when I'm trying for 5GHz. Since I'm stable at 4.9@1.344v, I thought maybe 1.36v would do it for 5GHz, but guess not. Tried 1.38v and would not boot into desktop; So being stable at 5GHz would take it into the 1.4v+ zone. I could disable PLL Overvoltage and perhaps remove that wall but I'm just not comfortable with 1.38v+; since I'm already hesitant even with 1.344v
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Well i was using it as an example, haven't seen any degrading on any of my clocks that are stable though, as in havent had to increase my volts for any of them. Although i havent ran 1.5v for extended periods of time. Hmmm i have the itch to do something new, but i think i would go with a 2700k then or maybe even jump to SB-E.

Well either a 3770K or go for 2011 unless you want the same CPU again, which I don't see the point. Or just stay with the 2700K since like you said, the upgrade itch.
Edited by Jcyle - 5/2/12 at 2:27pm
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I get the same thing when I'm trying for 5GHz. Since I'm stable at 4.9@1.344v, I thought maybe 1.36v would do it for 5GHz, but guess not. Tried 1.38v and would not boot into desktop; So being stable at 5GHz would take it into the 1.4v+ zone. I could disable PLL Overvoltage and perhaps remove that wall but I'm just not comfortable with 1.38v+; since I'm already hesitant even with 1.344v

Did you test the 4.9 @ 1.344v with custom FFT of 1344 with maximum memory? BSOD instantly for me at your settings/voltage, yet the first 10 minutes of blend work fine.. didn't test longer.

I think im going back to a healthy 4.7GHz, it's still like 96C in IntelBurnTest (so i'm not going to use it...), and 78-86C in Prime95 with FFT lengths of 1344. Pushing more just seems crazy, even if games won't load the processor this much. 4.7GHz @ 1.28v seems to be the sweet spot for temps versus performance, it seems that's what you had before you pushed for 4.9.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/2/12 at 2:47pm
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Did you test the 4.9 @ 1.344v with custom FFT of 1344 with maximum memory? BSOD instantly for me at your settings/voltage, yet the first 10 minutes of blend work fine.. didn't test longer.
I think im going to back to a healthy 4.7GHz, it's still like 96C in IntelBurnTest (so i'm not going to use it...), and 78-86C in Prime95 with FFT lengths of 1344. Seems much healthier than 4.8 or higher for 24/7.

I did IBT under Maximum for around 8 Passes, temps were a bit higher since the room already heated up due to the previous few hours of stress tests. Other test I use is mainly AIDA64, which I think its still acceptable. Haven't had the time to test Prime yet, since I'm thinking of staying at 4.7@1.28, which feels a lot more comfortable.
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I did IBT under Maximum for around 8 Passes, temps were a bit higher since the room already heated up due to the previous few hours of stress tests. Other test I use is mainly AIDA64, which I think its still acceptable. Haven't had the time to test Prime yet, since I'm thinking of staying at 4.7@1.28, which feels a lot more comfortable.

Upon further testing, 4.7 @ 1.28v is not stable for me. rolleyes.gif

Think i'm going to just go with 4.7 @ 1.3v which is about 82C on average in Prime95, however there's split second spikes to like 90C that quickly go back to 82C. Seems i'm right on the edge of 22nm with these settings. My coldest core sits at a nice 73-74C during this... Still a 10C difference between my Core 1 and Core 3 even after 3 reseats. Pretty sure nothing I can do about it, I checked the Overclock3D review and his procressor had the same 10C difference between 2 cores.

My temps still seem a little higher than most peoples. *shrug*
Edited by Murlocke - 5/2/12 at 2:59pm
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Which chip you got, 3570k or 3770k 3570k
Where you bought it, and how much you paid NCIX, $225 with the microcenter pricematch
How hot your new CPU runs stock atm, so mostly <55 C
Your max OC gona OC when i get my h100 in a while
What voltages your chip needs same as above
Anything else Ivy Bridge Beast so far, barly using any power xD
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