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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  
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Only 1 of them okay, I need a CPU-Z validation!

How do I get a CPU-Z under Ubuntu?

I'd love to help but on my Fedora machine, I don't use CPU-Z. I install a VM of Windows on it.
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I'd love to help but on my Fedora machine, I don't use CPU-Z. I install a VM of Windows on it.

Hmm, I'm not going to interrupt its folding today, maybe sometime this weekend I will pause it and get a validation. Thanks for adding the one though!
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Hmm looks like I'm not on the spreadsheet for some reason. Well here we go:
Username: rexbinary
Chip Model: i5-3570K
Batch #: 3218C203
Max OC: 4.6GHz @ 1.192v (+0.050 offset)
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2539939

Hi Swag! You missed me. Can you please add me? Thanks!
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Thanks swag!

Yes me and VonDutch are still trading OCs lol biggrin.gif
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I killed my chip sadsmiley.gif I was taking the IHS off and put a bit too much pressure on the knife and chipped the die. As soon as I heard the sound of crushing glass I knew what I'd done. I just ordered a new chip so I'll try again when it gets here. I've taped off the blade and measured it against the dead chip and it can't go in any deeper than it needs to. Apart from this, the process was pretty easy. The knife has a paper thin blade which slides in easily and I just slowly slid the blade through the glue. It only took a minute to get it off. I have some Liquid Ultra to use on it. I did a test on the dead chip and it goes on nicely with the little brush they include
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I killed my chip sadsmiley.gif I was taking the IHS off and put a bit too much pressure on the knife and chipped the die. As soon as I heard the sound of crushing glass I knew what I'd done. I just ordered a new chip so I'll try again when it gets here. I've taped off the blade and measured it against the dead chip and it can't go in any deeper than it needs to. Apart from this, the process was pretty easy. The knife has a paper thin blade which slides in easily and I just slowly slid the blade through the glue. It only took a minute to get it off. I have some Liquid Ultra to use on it. I did a test on the dead chip and it goes on nicely with the little brush they include

Sorry for your loss...grouphug.gif

Can't you glue the ihs back on with some generic tim and send it back?
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frown.gif My thing is, you break a chip, then when you replace it you could have had a 3930k for about the same
 
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I killed my chip sadsmiley.gif I was taking the IHS off and put a bit too much pressure on the knife and chipped the die. As soon as I heard the sound of crushing glass I knew what I'd done. I just ordered a new chip so I'll try again when it gets here. I've taped off the blade and measured it against the dead chip and it can't go in any deeper than it needs to. Apart from this, the process was pretty easy. The knife has a paper thin blade which slides in easily and I just slowly slid the blade through the glue. It only took a minute to get it off. I have some Liquid Ultra to use on it. I did a test on the dead chip and it goes on nicely with the little brush they include

glue glue glue send send send!
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I killed my chip sadsmiley.gif I was taking the IHS off and put a bit too much pressure on the knife and chipped the die. As soon as I heard the sound of crushing glass I knew what I'd done. I just ordered a new chip so I'll try again when it gets here. I've taped off the blade and measured it against the dead chip and it can't go in any deeper than it needs to. Apart from this, the process was pretty easy. The knife has a paper thin blade which slides in easily and I just slowly slid the blade through the glue. It only took a minute to get it off. I have some Liquid Ultra to use on it. I did a test on the dead chip and it goes on nicely with the little brush they include

Yeah, try to send it back in, and if they do take it, return the one you just bought and if they give you store credit buy yourself a 256gb ssd or something thumb.gif
 
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I killed my chip sadsmiley.gif I was taking the IHS off and put a bit too much pressure on the knife and chipped the die. As soon as I heard the sound of crushing glass I knew what I'd done. I just ordered a new chip so I'll try again when it gets here. I've taped off the blade and measured it against the dead chip and it can't go in any deeper than it needs to. Apart from this, the process was pretty easy. The knife has a paper thin blade which slides in easily and I just slowly slid the blade through the glue. It only took a minute to get it off. I have some Liquid Ultra to use on it. I did a test on the dead chip and it goes on nicely with the little brush they include

NOOOOOOOO. Darn it! You could try it to post with the gpu out and everything I guess then no damage will be had except maybe the mobo but those things are uber tough.
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frown.gif My thing is, you break a chip, then when you replace it you could have had a 3930k for about the same
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Well for the price and the perfomance a correctly done 3770K can beat a 3930K. Not many things use those 6 cores at all....which you never need unless you strictly fold and even then it would be just for folding which I would love...but for what I need my 3770K is a dream cpu.
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