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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
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    i7 3770k
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post #4791 of 7362
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Hey, have you two made it into the 2GHz club yet? I think you both now qualify!

not yet.. will try and find it today, and join smile.gif
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Basically, I need to change the multiplier, set the vcore to a manual setting, and... change anything else?

I was going off one of the links mal sent me. They set LLC to extreme. Also, do I need to turn off turbo?
Sorry, this is my first overclock.

Didn't touch anything other than multiplier 45, turbo off, c1e c3 enabled, LLC set to normal, vcore changed from auto to 1.250. Booted.
Set LLC to standard. No boot
LLC settings are auto,normal,standard,low, medium, high turbo extreme

yea,. basically
and np, im new to ocing also and intel, only about 1 month old ..lol

o, i just noticed in the pic's from your bios,
youre using the profile1 for youre ram, for now reset it to auto,
and only put your multi in by hand, 16? , i noticed it can make your OC unstable too,
so when you oc the cpu, its easier to rule out crashes because of ram,
you can always use the profile again when youre done ocing cpu smile.gif

LLC set to Turbo is best, that gives you a little vdroop,
standard gives more vdroop, thats prolly why it didnt boot,
extreme..nah, they say(sin guide) to use it if you run ice or ln2..

i have C3/C6 state disabled in mine, only C1 is enabled/auto and eist,
i dont even enable them, just set to auto..all good

CPU/PCIe Base Clock you have auto, better put 100 in there..

turbo power limit(watts) 300
core current limit(amps) 200
i quote
If you decide to leave on power saving options, make sure that you increase the turbo current limits for the CPU within the turbo settings list to 200A and 300W to totally maximize Intel Turbo limits; however this might not be needed.
end quote


thats about it basically, we'll get to offset later, if you like
offset needs a bit more work to get it right,
it was confusing for me too at first,
better get to know other settings first..
Edited by VonDutch - 10/29/12 at 1:29am
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Chip Model: 3770K
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post #4794 of 7362
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OK.
keep it like that and let's just use the - offset to lower the voltage and temps..
wait..
what about the rest of the changes like Phase control and such.?

Didn't touch anything other than multiplier 45, turbo off, c1e c3 enabled, LLC set to normal, vcore changed from auto to 1.250. Booted.

Set LLC to standard. No boot

LLC settings are auto,normal,standard,low, medium, high turbo extreme
what happens when you set it to medium.?
post #4795 of 7362
Just bought a 3570K, and a Asus P8Z77-V Pro.

They should be here in a couple of days! I can't wait for MOAR POWAH
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Hi all, I'm planning to get a i3 3220 Ivy, but I heard that motherboard with older BIOS will not run with Ivy Bridge CPU unless the BIOS are updated to latest version with a Sandy Bridge CPU first. Is this true? If so, should I just get a i3 2100/2120 Sandy instead?
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post #4797 of 7362
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

yea,. basically
and np, im new to ocing also and intel, only about 1 month old ..lol
o, i just noticed in the pic's from your bios,
youre using the profile1 for youre ram, for now reset it to auto,
and only put your multi in by hand, 16? , i noticed it can make your OC unstable too,
so when you oc the cpu, its easier to rule out crashes because of ram,
you can always use the profile again when youre done ocing cpu smile.gif
LLC set to Turbo is best, that gives you a little vdroop,
standard gives more vdroop, thats prolly why it didnt boot,
extreme..nah, they say(sin guide) to use it if you run ice or ln2..
i have C3/C6 state disabled in mine, only C1 is enabled/auto and eist,
i dont even enable them, just set to auto..all good
CPU/PCIe Base Clock you have auto, better put 100 in there..
turbo power limit(watts) 300
core current limit(amps) 200
i quote
If you decide to leave on power saving options, make sure that you increase the turbo current limits for the CPU within the turbo settings list to 200A and 300W to totally maximize Intel Turbo limits; however this might not be needed.
end quote
thats about it basically, we'll get to offset later, if you like
offset needs a bit more work to get it right,
it was confusing for me too at first,
better get to know other settings first..

Ok.

Set multiplier to 45
Set Base clock to 100
Set LLC to turbo
Set Vcore to 1.22
NO BOOT.

Set Vcore to 1.25
Boot
Crashed after about 1 minute of prime 95.
Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

what happens when you set it to medium.?
havent tried it yet
Edited by nezff - 10/29/12 at 7:18am
 
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Hi all, I'm planning to get a i3 3220 Ivy, but I heard that motherboard with older BIOS will not run with Ivy Bridge CPU unless the BIOS are updated to latest version with a Sandy Bridge CPU first. Is this true? If so, should I just get a i3 2100/2120 Sandy instead?

What MB are you getting?
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What MB are you getting?

I'm thinking of AsRock H61-M (mostly), Foxconn B75M or ECS H61H2-M3. The Foxconn is a bit weird because they didn't state Ivy i3 in their supported CPU list, but the Ivy i5 and i7 are supported.
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post #4800 of 7362
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yea,. basically
and np, im new to ocing also and intel, only about 1 month old ..lol
o, i just noticed in the pic's from your bios,
youre using the profile1 for youre ram, for now reset it to auto,
and only put your multi in by hand, 16? , i noticed it can make your OC unstable too,
so when you oc the cpu, its easier to rule out crashes because of ram,
you can always use the profile again when youre done ocing cpu smile.gif
LLC set to Turbo is best, that gives you a little vdroop,
standard gives more vdroop, thats prolly why it didnt boot,
extreme..nah, they say(sin guide) to use it if you run ice or ln2..
i have C3/C6 state disabled in mine, only C1 is enabled/auto and eist,
i dont even enable them, just set to auto..all good
CPU/PCIe Base Clock you have auto, better put 100 in there..
turbo power limit(watts) 300
core current limit(amps) 200
i quote
If you decide to leave on power saving options, make sure that you increase the turbo current limits for the CPU within the turbo settings list to 200A and 300W to totally maximize Intel Turbo limits; however this might not be needed.
end quote
thats about it basically, we'll get to offset later, if you like
offset needs a bit more work to get it right,
it was confusing for me too at first,
better get to know other settings first..

Ok.

Set multiplier to 45
Set Base clock to 100
Set LLC to turbo
Set Vcore to 1.22
NO BOOT.

Set Vcore to 1.25
Boot
Crashed after about 1 minute of prime 95.
Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

what happens when you set it to medium.?
havent tried it yet
I do not manually set voltage, I actually keep it on auto and then offset from their.

LLC on turbo is too high for you and my way I haven't blue screened yet.
(knock on wood)
your not running a high clock, to me a high clock starts after 4.5GHz.
so after 4.5GHz then you need to set the voltage
(my opinion)

seriously, go through and use my settings and run it to get voltage and temps.
then we'll offset from there.
to be honest we might have been done by now...

* LLC - medium (x45 and below)
* Phase Control - optimized
* enable internal PPL overvoltage
* long and short duration times, set them both to 150...
* make sure power saving features are enabled:
C1E, C3/C6, CPU EIST
* set hardware monitor | fans no less than 62.5%
Edited by malmental - 10/29/12 at 7:36am
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