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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 #421 of 7362
I love my 3770K. 4.2Ghz @ 1.1v for now (First setting I've tried), will tweak it soon and try for 1.05v or so. I haven't pushed the memory yet, either. (Samsung Wonder Ram)

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Originally Posted by Ben the OCer View Post

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.

Thanks!! So does CPU-Z report the true voltage for the Windows OS vs the 1.28 in the BIOS that I set it to?

Also to add to this thread, Batch number is 3209C030 - Made in Costa Rica

Purchased from Tigerdirect after voiding my order with Newegg for the $209-$20 rebate.
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post #423 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by 13thmonkey View Post

OEM, not retail so no box.
The batch number is also located on the CPU itself at the very bottom. For example my batch number is 3209B767:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BearKSB View Post

Thanks!! So does CPU-Z report the true voltage for the Windows OS vs the 1.28 in the BIOS that I set it to?
Also to add to this thread, Batch number is 3209C030 - Made in Costa Rica
Purchased from Tigerdirect after voiding my order with Newegg for the $209-$20 rebate.
CPU-Z is usually pretty accurate in reporting the correct volts the CPU is getting but you can try to confirm this with other programs such as SpeedFan and HWMonitor.
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What do the batch numbers mean? Why is it important?
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post #425 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

What do the batch numbers mean? Why is it important?

CPUs from the same batch should perform similarly.
post #426 of 7362
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CPUs from the same batch should perform similarly.

By similarly, you mean the highest max overclock is similar within the batch? My batch is 3211B570.
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post #427 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ben the OCer View Post

The batch number is also located on the CPU itself at the very bottom. For example my batch number is 3209B767:

I'll dig it out if I reseat, probably not going to though.

Anyone any thoughts on the issue of realtemp preventing turbo?
Doh, just found 'disable turbo' it wasn't until i wrote that that I consider that was the behaviour, I was thinking of it in terms of re-asserting the 34 multi.
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By similarly, you mean the highest max overclock is similar within the batch? My batch is 3211B570.
Yes, that's the idea.
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post #429 of 7362
I got no luck for 5Ghz so for now I am targeting 4.9Ghz.

Config:
Ratio:49
Vcore : 1.35v

I passed IBT, small, and large FFT on p95. Running blend for 2 hrs now and hitting 83C as maximum temp. Temps are playing at 70s with pretty high ambient.
   
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post #430 of 7362
hey guys, after some preliminary tests, I wanted to give you all some updates that may help.

by underclocking my iGPU speed, ive been able to achieve the same CPU overclocks, but with around .05V less (i.e. 1.250V versus 1.300V). As such, my temps are drastically improved. Im currently running 4.7GHz @ 1.25V with max temps of ~75c. I will update more as the day goes on and I do more thorough testing!

For now, you may want to look into tweaking these settings and see what kind of results you can get!

Good luck and bye for now thumb.gif
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