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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 #471 of 7362
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Originally Posted by malikq86 View Post

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.

My reasons:
1) HT is nice to have when you do use a program that supports it. There are other programs that support it that aren't graphics design and video editing.
2) 3570k will overclock 200-300MHz higher on average, which means less than a 1FPS gain in most games when you have a processor this fast.

So overall, it's good gains in programs that do support it.. and games still will perform noticeably the same.

You do not want to go over 1.35v on this processor, even if your temps stay in check, on some batches they will but they are golden batches. 1.35v should get you 4.8 to 4.9GHz. I would honestly not recommend going above 1.33v for 24/7 though.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/3/12 at 7:38pm
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^ 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..

Will do, I am letting it run for 8-12 hours before i move up the frequency Would be nice if i can get to 4.6 without voltage increase
post #473 of 7362
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Originally Posted by malikq86 View Post

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.

Folding@Home and planning for system longevity. If I had bought the 2600K last year instead of the 2500K, I wouldn't have upgraded tongue.gif

Also, my CPU does not like 4.5Ghz+. Going to see where I can get 4.4Ghz stable.
    
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My reasons:
1) HT is nice to have when you do use a program that supports it. There are other programs that support it that aren't graphics design and video editing.
2) 3570k will overclock 200-300MHz higher on average, which means less than a 1FPS gain in most games when you have a processor this fast.
So overall, it's a good gain in programs that do support it.. and games still will perform noticeably the same.
You do not want to go over 1.35v on this processor, even if your temps stay in check, on some batches they will but they are golden batches. 1.35v should get you 4.8 to 4.9GHz. I would honestly not recommend going above 1.33v for 24/7 though.

^ good stuff. Thanks. I might try to get 4.4ghz on stock or..see how high I can go with 1.3 volts (depending on temps).

What's the max temp I don't want to exceed on my 3570k?
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post #475 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

My reasons:
1) HT is nice to have when you do use a program that supports it. There are other programs that support it that aren't graphics design and video editing.
2) 3570k will overclock 200-300MHz higher on average, which means less than a 1FPS gain in most games when you have a processor this fast.
So overall, it's a good gain in programs that do support it.. and games still will perform noticeably the same.
You do not want to go over 1.35v on this processor, even if your temps stay in check, on some batches they will but they are golden batches. 1.35v should get you 4.8 to 4.9GHz. I would honestly not recommend going above 1.33v for 24/7 though.

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Folding@Home and planning for system longevity. If I had bought the 2600K last year instead of the 2500K, I wouldn't have upgraded tongue.gif
Also, my CPU does not like 4.5Ghz+. Going to see where I can get 4.4Ghz stable.

I was saying the same as well but decided ti get the 3570K instead and save myself some $ to put towards mother's day. If i do need it will sell what I have and move up..
post #476 of 7362
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^ good stuff. Thanks. I might try to get 4.4ghz on stock or..see how high I can go with 1.3 volts (depending on temps).
What's the max temp I don't want to exceed on my 3570k?

I wouldn't exceed 90C during stability testing, which will be a good 20C lower during actual gaming.

Keep in mind, Prime95's Large FFT and Blend tests start off really weak so you won't see max temps until it runs a 8k FFT. If you want to see max temps, do a custom 8k FFT length run or IBT.
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I wouldn't exceed 90C during stability testing, which will be a good 20C lower during actual gaming.
Keep in mind, Prime95's Large FFT and Blend tests start off really weak so you won't see max temps until it runs a 8k FFT. If you want to see max temps, do a custom 8k FFT length run or IBT.

Thanks - I will be working on OC'ing my 3570K this weekend. Good vital info to know.

Just hope I got a good batch number. biggrin.gif
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Oh wow! I just had something happen to me that i've never experienced personally, but I know others have. 20 passes on IBT Maximum stable, but computer restarted during Prime 95's Blend 8k FFTs. Look's like i'm going to have to bump up that 4.6GHz overclock to 1.22v. Still within acceptable temps though.

Good example on why you need to use more than one program. tongue.gif
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I wouldn't exceed 90C during stability testing, which will be a good 20C lower during actual gaming.
Keep in mind, Prime95's Large FFT and Blend tests start off really weak so you won't see max temps until it runs a 8k FFT. If you want to see max temps, do a custom 8k FFT length run or IBT.

What is you opinion on this so far?

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Edited by Jamar16 - 5/3/12 at 7:50pm
post #480 of 7362
I don't know if I need to crank the voltage or what to take it past 4.4Ghz...(I've only tried up to 1.22 or so on the vcore), as temperatures are not a limiting factor yet (Under 60-68C @ 4.4Ghz 1.165v). That said, I'm happy in the 4.2-4.4Ghz range at a low voltage wink.gif
    
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