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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 #3881 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Conquistador SW View Post

No, 15C is very normal, I delidded and still have core 3 12C hotter than the core 1. If you looked at the post I linked you should understand that this is very normal for this chip.

Then why is it different for many people? I dont have 15 C differences. As far as mine gets is somewhere between 4-6C. Many others dont have 15C difference either or anywhere close.
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post #3882 of 7362
I have 6c of difference in core 2, (counting from 0 tongue.gif)
Had the same difference with my 2600k before...
post #3883 of 7362
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by NAWZ77 View Post



Please update me my score

3570k
1.184
4.5 gz
Batch # 3209B542





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Please add me to.

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Chip Model: Intel® Core™ i7-3770k
Batch # : 3218B987 Costa Rica
Max OC: 4.8GHz
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post #3884 of 7362
Well, like I said, those sensors are not very accurate. If I google for screenshots, the majority of the realtemps shots show at least 6C difference or more (myself included with 12C)

Here an older screenshot I took showing 11C difference:

delidded3770k2.png
Edited by Conquistador SW - 9/27/12 at 4:27pm
post #3885 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Conquistador SW View Post

Well, like I said, those sensors are not very accurate. If I google for screenshots, the majority of the realtemps shots show at least 6C difference or more (myself included with 12C)
Here an older screenshot I took showing 11C difference:
delidded3770k2.png

so which temps are right?
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post #3886 of 7362
Intel only designed their core temperature sensors for thermal throttling and thermal shutdown control. They were never intended for 100% accurate core temperature reporting.

These sensors are fine if you want to make comparisons from one day to the next against the same CPU but you can't make any meaningful comparisons if you are comparing to a different CPU because the sensors are not accurate enough.
post #3887 of 7362
I don't care how people try to justify it, it shouldn't be happening and should not be considered "normal". It's a result of Intel using crappy paste instead of solder. Delidding solves this problem.
post #3888 of 7362
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

I don't care how people try to justify it, it shouldn't be happening and should not be considered "normal". It's a result of Intel using crappy paste instead of solder. Delidding solves this problem.

Did you just skip the last 2 pages of this thread?
post #3889 of 7362
I have a question for the delidding. is it really okay to touch the bottom of the processor??? I'm worried about that a lot.
post #3890 of 7362
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

I don't care how people try to justify it, it shouldn't be happening and should not be considered "normal". It's a result of Intel using crappy paste instead of solder. Delidding solves this problem.

Hay sport thanks for the head-up, we have already 3877 posts. rolleyes.gif
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