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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 #4921 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Bump the Vcore to fix those errors wink.gif
Ive got about 30 hrs of stress testing with over 1.5v and prolly another 10 in bench marks.. and about 200 in gaming. 0 issues..Just like many others running them like me. Ivy is tough.. great chips!

Yes, im aware how to fix the whea errors. Thats how i overclock. I setup cpu speed and vcore and i start to fold. I check temps and whea errors. If i get errors i up the vcore and let it fold till i get none. Usualy they pop in the first hour of folding. Then i let it fold 24/7. If i see any instability during the week i up vcore a notch. Ivys are so easy to oc biggrin.gif
Probably i would be stable with 1.5v but when you fold 24/7 electricity cost is another issue. So i think 4.8Ghz@1.36v is my best option atm. 55c while crunching is insane biggrin.gif
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Yes, im aware how to fix the whea errors. Thats how i overclock. I setup cpu speed and vcore and i start to fold. I check temps and whea errors. If i get errors i up the vcore and let it fold till i get none. Usualy they pop in the first hour of folding. Then i let it fold 24/7. If i see any instability during the week i up vcore a notch. Ivys are so easy to oc biggrin.gif
Probably i would be stable with 1.5v but when you fold 24/7 electricity cost is another issue. So i think 4.8Ghz@1.36v is my best option atm. 55c while crunching is insane biggrin.gif

Exactly your benching or prime might be stable. but is it folding stable. That program gets some crazy wu's I have headroom on vcore just in case. I got close one day man that wu sucked.
post #4923 of 7362
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One would think. but man IB gets hot fast. just be careful. or did you mean to type 4Ghz

I did say 4Ghz
post #4924 of 7362
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Yup if you haven't seen me and VonDutch around with our OC's lately...you haven't heard how resiliant these chips are.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2558184
Thats an easy vcore for my H100 as well. I went all the way to 1.960 vcore on my 3770K....no degradation and I've been benchmarking at all of my OC's including this one as well.

Wow...
Here I was thinking 1.32v may have degraded my chip at 4.4GHz.. rolleyes.gif
I've been reading thread to play catch-up, I feel like you when overclocking my gear as well.
to the rest of you guys with the extreme clocks all I can say is WOW.!
not for me though, I do not see myself going past 4.4-4.5GHz but that over 5.0GHz club....
INSANE..
I'd say one would have to have an H80/100 or better just to try, nothing else.
a good Noctua maybe if still on air but got to be water.

let's all go LN2..! biggrin.gif
post #4925 of 7362
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I've been reading thread to play catch-up, I feel like you when overclocking my gear as well.
to the rest of you guys with the extreme clocks all I can say is WOW.!
not for me though, I do not see myself going past 4.4-4.5GHz but that over 5.0GHz club....
INSANE..
I'd say one would have to have an H80/100 or better just to try, nothing else.
a good Noctua maybe if still on air but got to be water.
let's all go LN2..! biggrin.gif

I've got a Thermalright SB-E which is actually better then a NH-D14.. Although I've got only a moderate mount on it and it's a rather bad chip..
 
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when does the 3570K spike, what clock or voltage does the biggest increase in temps occur.?
all you guys have me curious.
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when does the 3570K spike, what clock or voltage does the biggest increase in temps occur.?
all you guys have me curious.

From 4.2GHz to 4.4GHz for me. I have to go from 1.14 or something to 1.32v and the heat added at full load is at least 10c..
 
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when does the 3570K spike, what clock or voltage does the biggest increase in temps occur.?
all you guys have me curious.

In Ivy the spike really depends on the quality of the TIM application under the IHS. For some people it happens ar around 1.2v, some people can go up to 1.4v without a problem. People who de-lid can pretty much go as high as they feel safe with the voltage without any sudden temp spikes. It's all about the on-die TIM for Ivy.
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From 4.2GHz to 4.4GHz for me. I have to go from 1.14 or something to 1.32v and the heat added at full load is at least 10c..

I honestly wouldn't call that a spike. That's actually really tame for Ivy. I think what he was talking about is the spike some people see when going past certain voltages. It can, in some cases, climb 10c or more with, say, a jump from 1.38v to 1.42v because that's where their particular application of TIM falls through.
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