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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 #461 of 7362
I have a pile of parts and have been waiting for results. I think the 3770k would be overkill and I am going to order he 3570k, which is all I need for completion. The question I have for you guys is, I got a p67 Sabertooth for a sweet deal, can I plug this chip in and then update the bios or will I need an older 1155 chip to update the bios before installing the Ivy chip?
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post #462 of 7362
Youll have to have a older chip to upgrade the Bios first.
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post #463 of 7362
I hope to god my Biostar TZ77B has the latest bios or I'm screwed.
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post #464 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by matada View Post

I hope to god my Biostar TZ77B has the latest bios or I'm screwed.

You should be fine. All Z77 boards should have native Ivy Bridge support
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post #465 of 7362
Here's my final overclock on my 3770k. 4.6Ghz (HT Enabled) with 1.21v in BIOs:
20passesrh.jpg

Batch #L204B321 with a RX360 Radiator, XSPC Raystorm CPU Block, and a MCP655 Pump dedicated to the processor. Cooling obviously means almost nothing on this processor beyond a D14 or a H100, it all depends on when your batch starts to see extreme temps and the voltage for that varies on each processor. For mine, it's around 1.25v. Anything after that and my temps skyrocket about 20C, regardless of cooling. You really want to keep it under 90C during IBT, and at 4.6GHz with 1.21v I spike into 87C every now and then (it's much lower during Prime95). I require about 1.29v for 4.7GHz, and 1.34v for 4.8GHz, both result in the processor not being able to get the heat out fast enough, so you see 95C+ during P95, IBT, etc unless you are on LN2.

Overall, was expecting 4.7-4.8GHz, but this is still a lot faster than my i7 920 that it replaced. I feel I could easily disable HT and get 4.8GHz, however 200mhz is not going to make a difference in games. thumb.gif

Example of the voltage wall:
Prime95 Blend, 30 minutes, 4.6GHz 1.21v, 74C
Prime95 Blend, 30 minutes, 4.7GHz 1.29v, 96C
Edited by Murlocke - 5/3/12 at 7:22pm
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post #466 of 7362
Why are so many of you guys buying 3770K? Do you need the Hyper-threading (graphic design, video editing)? If not...I don't see a point - save $100 and get the 3570k. Please enlighten me.

Also anyone know the max OC on stock voltage for 3570k? or the highest safe increase in volt/clock speed?

I haven't OC'ed in 5 years....Q6600 was a beast.
Edited by malikq86 - 5/3/12 at 7:18pm
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post #467 of 7362
I am getting 3770k cause its binned better, I wont even be using HT at all, I have no use for it.
post #468 of 7362
testing my i5 3570K now

4.4GHZ @ Stock Volts 1.160v

I have my H100 set on Medium fan speed which is fairly quiet.
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post #469 of 7362
^ Awesome Thanks! Let me know how high you get with stock voltage...I've never liked increasing cpu volts. But I might if it's truly worth the performance..

EDIT: Just read 4.4 ghz is probably the highest you can go on stock volt. Also mentioned anything after 1.2 volts gets hot.
Edited by malikq86 - 5/3/12 at 7:28pm
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post #470 of 7362
Does anyone have temps for the 3570k with a hyper 212? Seems like everyone here is water cooling. =[

I would like to see how Ivy Bridge does with the hyper 212.
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