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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 #491 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

Hm, running into a strange issue with my 3770K. Right now stable at 1.35v for 4.85 GHz but if I try and bump it up to 4.9 GHz or more, Win 7 will boot up but fails to display the login screen no matter how much more voltage I give the CPU. Temps are pretty decent at these settings, low 60's in Prime95. Seems like the Windows 7 login screen is creating a wall for my CPU at the moment for some reason. System in sig, any thoughts?

I get the EXACT same thing at 5GHz. I'm stable at 4.9GHz@1.344v, however the CPU would not boot into desktop no matter how much voltage I set; Tho I did stop at 1.4v, since if I couldn't boot with 1.4v, chance of getting it stable at 5GHz is slim. I know PLL overvoltage can probably remove that wall, but its not worth it imo.
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post #492 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Jcyle View Post

I get the EXACT same thing at 5GHz. I'm stable at 4.9GHz@1.344v, however the CPU would not boot into desktop no matter how much voltage I set; Tho I did stop at 1.4v, since if I couldn't boot with 1.4v, chance of getting it stable at 5GHz is slim. I know PLL overvoltage can probably remove that wall, but its not worth it imo.

Hm interesting. I will give the PLL over voltage a try since my temps are pretty good.
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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.
It is currently the fastest Ivy Bridge chip and this being an enthusiast site of people who love computer hardware I can understand it. I actually almost did the same until I discovered Micro Center didn't offer the motherboard combo discount with the 3770K, I was willing to pay $100 more but not $150 more. So Micro Center saved me some big money in more ways than one.biggrin.gif Many I'm sure also get the 3770K because they can actually use the extra performance the 8 threads offer and plus it benchmarks like mad. As the 2500K before it, the 3570K is also the better price/performance buy for most people. The IPC and resulting single threaded performance on these things is insane.thumb.gif Plus the 3570K is actually still slightly leading in the poll of what chip people own.
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Originally Posted by iishy View Post

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.
Yep, I'm rocking a Hyper 212+. Here are a few load shots with OCCT at 4.4GHz 1.17v and 4.6GHz 1.3v:

375
375

My temps can vary quite a bit since it can get pretty hot in my room during hours of stability testing (affecting ambient temps a great deal). In the first screen shot at 4.4GHz 1.17v after 10.5 hours of OCCT stressing, my cores ranged from 55C to 62C. Then the second screen shot at 4.6GHz 1.3v after 5.5 hours of OCCT, my cores ranged from 66C to 75C. Those are the real time values when the screen shot was take, you can see in the max value column where they peaked at during testing. Overall pretty decent temps for a cheap air cooler.

I definitely notice what others have said. Even after hours of OCCT the heatsink is still pretty cool to the touch. One of the biggest hurtles for Ivy Bridge is heat transfer.
Edited by Ben the OCer - 5/3/12 at 10:46pm
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post #494 of 7362
In da club!
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post #495 of 7362
Ok stressed for 8 hours (furmark and P95 blend at the same time) highest temp was 89c

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Just bought a 3570k to go in my new rig(check my sig), can't wait for everything to arrive on Wednesday!
    
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post #497 of 7362
Got this and a PSU today for a cheap $425 ($290 for the PSU) New Zealand Dollars BTW lol, and it is the lowest price around.

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Batch L212B288 MALAY



Now to decide on a motherboard.

Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H or ASUS P8Z77 V Pro?
     
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post #498 of 7362
On an H100 you got 5Ghz stable for 8 hours without breaking 90C? Wow, that's nice chip.
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post #499 of 7362
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On an H100 you got 5Ghz stable for 8 hours without breaking 90C? Wow, that's nice chip.

Not just nice... best I've seen yet.
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Man, when my 3770K reaches 4.89 GHz it falls off a freaking cliff. At 4.88 GHz it is stable as a rock at 1.35v yet going up to 4.89 GHz, no matter where I put the vcore, pll, llc, or any voltage will get it to boot up into Windows. Very strange, I've never seen a CPU behave like this over decades of overclocking. It's like there is a clear-cut no-go line with this CPU. headscratch.gif

Granted, 4.88 GHz running nice and cool at 1.35v isn't that bad, but I don't understand this limit.
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