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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 #391 of 7362
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Originally Posted by BearKSB View Post

I have the I5 3570K @ 4500 MHz.
I used Prime 95 v25.11 for the stress testing.
Your chip might just need more than 1.28v in the BIOS or 1.25v actual for that clock to be stable. Mine is stable around 4.4GHz 1.17v and 4.6GHz 1.3v but every chip is different. Honestly we don't really know the highest safe voltage yet on Ivy Bridge since they are so new. I haven't gone above 1.3v in the BIOS yet but that's just me. By the way, welcome to OCN, BearKSB, it's a pleasure to have you here.thumb.gif Also welcome to Intel overclocking. I came from an AMD socket AM3 system myself, I was running a X6 1055T before, so I'm learning too.
Edited by Ben the OCer - 5/2/12 at 10:53pm
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Question about PCI-e 3.0 with Ivy. I have an Asrock Z77 board and had previously been using my Sandy in it. Did dropping in the 3770k automatically kick on PCI-e 3.0, or is there something I have to mess with since when I intially installed all the drivers for the board and what not I was running Sandy.
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Standard doesn't do much, you should set that to maximum. Since it's the same batch as mine, I suspect you will see 90+ very fast, please report back with the results. tongue.gif
Also on your Raystorm block, did you screw it all the way down? There's the the 4 screws that go into the backplate, then twist the other screws to apply pressure to the springs (did you screw the pressure screws all the way down?) I've been debating trying to loosen my CPU block and see if my temps improve. I tighten mine until they wont tighten anymore, but some people claim not to do that.

yeah my main screws AND spring screws are all tightened literally as tight as they can go.. yeah im gonna start troubleshooting the temps tomorrow, i may try that. id hate to lap the ihs so early on in its life for what would be minimal gains most likely
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post #394 of 7362
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I'm currently running stability test(p95) for 5Ghz clock. I passed IBT, 1344 and 1792 of p95.
Ratio : 50
vcore: 1.4v
I needed that volt to pass those test. Now I am running full stability test. If it fails, Im going back to 4.9Ghz clock.
Temps so far are 70s and realtemp 3.70 records these temps as maximum on ea cores: 74c 80c 75c 76c. Temps are awesome so far at that clock and vcore. 80C as maximum.

Nice chip for sure!
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yeah my main screws AND spring screws are all tightened literally as tight as they can go.. yeah im gonna start troubleshooting the temps tomorrow, i may try that. id hate to lap the ihs so early on in its life for what would be minimal gains most likely

I take it the temps skyrocketed with "Maximum"? I just redid my CPU block again, and this time I only screwed the spring screws in until I got resistance. Temps are the same (if not slightly worse). If yours is doing the same and seeing 95+C in IBT within a few seconds, then it's safe to say it's our batch #. I'm just going to listen to what Asus said in that video: Only use AIDA64 for stability testing Ivy.

With AIDA64, 4.7GHz @ 1.285v is average of 80C, but has split second spikes into 88C on the 2nd core.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/2/12 at 11:08pm
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I take it the temps skyrocketed with "Maximum"? I just redid my CPU block again, and this time I only screwed the spring screws in until I got resistance. Temps are the same (if not slightly worse). If yours is doing the same and seeing 95+C in IBT within a few seconds, then it's safe to say it's our batch #. I'm just going to listen to what Asus said in that video: Only use AIDA64 for stability testing Ivy.
With AIDA64, 4.7GHz @ 1.285v is average of 80C, but has split second spikes into 88C on the 2nd core.

I just added your batch to my list, whats strange is the other batch # I had in there under bad is only 1 off from yours.

L204B322
L204B321

http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?p=170146&postcount=10
Edited by MaFi0s0 - 5/2/12 at 11:13pm
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Is someone going to make a list? CPUZ of max multi, batch numbers, etc...
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I'm currently running stability test(p95) for 5Ghz clock. I passed IBT, 1344 and 1792 of p95.
Ratio : 50
vcore: 1.4v
I needed that volt to pass those test. Now I am running full stability test. If it fails, Im going back to 4.9Ghz clock.
Temps so far are 70s and realtemp 3.70 records these temps as maximum on ea cores: 74c 80c 75c 76c. Temps are awesome so far at that clock and vcore. 80C as maximum.

Dang son. 80C is your maximum? You got like 5C breathable room. Go for it.
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post #399 of 7362
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Originally Posted by MaFi0s0 View Post

I just added your batch to my list, whats strange is the other batch # I had in there under bad is only 1 off from yours.
L204B322
L204B321

That makes 4 processors in a row that I got a bad batch of. My last 4 builds haven't been great overclockers. frown.gif

Not that 4.7GHz is anything to be ashamed of, but I would of much preferred 4.8GHz with 10C lower temps.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/2/12 at 11:15pm
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post #400 of 7362
I would either RMA it or replace the TIM and adjust the cores independently.
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