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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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i could go up to 4.3-4.4ghz max without changing anything,
4.4ghz wasnt really stable tho with everything set to auto, 4.3ghz was..
so yea, i think on avarage, 4.1-4.2ghz max,
like always, every chip is different ..lol
4.4ghz, you run into high temps, or just your daily oc?
my 24/7 oc is 4646mhz, 1.3V vcore, works great..

Well 4.5 is a bad multi and won't post at all, 4.6 is okay but runs a bit warm for my liking and it needs a lot more voltage.. 1.4v or something and for 4.4 I only need 1.325v or something. 4.7 was doable but it crashed before it hit 100c.. This is why I want to de-lid in hopes of 4.8GHz.
 
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Well 4.5 is a bad multi and won't post at all, 4.6 is okay but runs a bit warm for my liking and it needs a lot more voltage.. 1.4v or something and for 4.4 I only need 1.325v or something. 4.7 was doable but it crashed before it hit 100c.. This is why I want to de-lid in hopes of 4.8GHz.

if youre already need 1.4V vcore for 4.6ghz,
you might be limited after delid vcore wise to get to 4.8ghz, just saying,
but looks like you can get 4.5ghz now tho, not sure why you call it a bad multi,
and get 4.6ghz to work lol, and 1.4V vcore for 4.5ghz?
if it works, you can take down vcore step by step.. 0.005V till it crashes,
then up again 1 or 2 notches
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if youre already need 1.4V vcore for 4.6ghz,
you might be limited after delid vcore wise to get to 4.8ghz,
just saying, but look like you can get 4.5ghz now tho, not sure why you call it a bad multi,
and get 4.6ghz to work lol, and 1.4V vcore for 4.5ghz? if it works, you can take down vcore
step by step.. 0.005V till it crashes, then up again 1 or 2 notches

It's just a bad multi.. I know 47 would be fine with a notch more voltage. Probably less once de-lidded as I've personally found that a CPU needs less voltage to keep running when it's cooler. 4.7GHz at 80c is much better then 4.4GHz at 80c. I've already got some Celeron Single cores to test it on in the coming weeks anyway smile.gif Two actually. I've even got a board + RAM to test them in too! Well enough parts for two test benches and I might even be able to sell it for a profit if they don't die tongue.gif

Yes, I know people that will buy Celeron computers with XP for money.
 
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It's just a bad multi.. I know 47 would be fine with a notch more voltage. Probably less once de-lidded as I've personally found that a CPU needs less voltage to keep running when it's cooler. 4.7GHz at 80c is much better then 4.4GHz at 80c. I've already got some Celeron Single cores to test it on in the coming weeks anyway smile.gif Two actually. I've even got a board + RAM to test them in too! Well enough parts for two test benches and I might even be able to sell it for a profit if they don't die tongue.gif
Yes, I know people that will buy Celeron computers with XP for money.

well, you know how i think about delidding,
i say go for it thumb.gif
my chip, before delid, hit 105C at 4.5ghz running prime ...within 5 seconds ..lol

took me about 1 month before i delid mine,
read alot/everything i could find, watched all the vid's like 10x etc..

yea, it prolly needs less voltage when its cooler, but its not like a "wow" difference tho..
i hope everything goes well for you, we could use some positive delids again,
i hate peeps picking on the ones that went wrong, and say, "see, thats what you get if you delid"
they dont notice that the few that went wrong,
some of those didnt have anything to do with the delid..

sorry, bit offtopic now, but it bugs me ..lol
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well, you know how i think about delidding,
i say go for it thumb.gif
my chip, before delid, hit 105C at 4.5ghz running prime ...within 5 seconds ..lol
took me about 1 month before i delid mine,
read alot/everything i could find, watched all the vid's like 10x etc..
yea, it prolly needs less voltage when its cooler, but its not like a "wow" difference tho..
i hope everything goes well for you, we could use some positive delids again,
i hate peeps picking on the ones that went wrong, and say, "see, thats what you get if you delid"
they dont notice that the few that went wrong,
some of those didnt have anything to do with the delid..
sorry, bit offtopic now, but it bugs me ..lol

It's the Ivy bridge owners lounge! It's not off topic at all! thumb.gif
Yeah, like I said I've got two Celerons to test with that are glued as far as I know. I'll be buying a small blade in the next couple of weeks.. But for now I've got to study! mad.gif
 
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It's the Ivy bridge owners lounge! It's not off topic at all! thumb.gif
Yeah, like I said I've got two Celerons to test with that are glued as far as I know. I'll be buying a small blade in the next couple of weeks.. But for now I've got to study! mad.gif

i had some info about what chips are soldered and those who arent,
even celerons..i think it was on OCN too ..i posted it somewhere once,
wish i had a computer brain, then i would remember where ..lol
what celerons do you have?

i like to learn, so study for me is ok, but i woke up one morning,
and just felt like, yes...today is the day, delid time! ..lol


10min later,
http://www.overclock.net/t/305443/ihs-removals-how-to-do-it-should-i-do-it-and-the-facts

IHS Not Soldered To Die

Hyperthreading/Single Cores

-(S-478) Pentium 4 HT (Northwood "A" and "B" Core)*
-(S-478) Celeron
-(S-775) Celeron
-Celeron 420
-Celeron 430
-Celeron 440
-AMD Athlon 64 3200+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3700+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (Venice core)


Dual Cores

-AMD X2 5000+ BE (Brisbane core)
-Celeron Dual Core E1200
-Celeron Dual Core E1400
-Pentium Dual Core E2140
-Pentium Dual Core E2160
-Pentium Dual Core E2180
-Pentium Dual Core E2200
-Pentium Dual Core E2210
-Pentium Dual Core E2220
-Pentium Dual Core E6300
-Core 2 Duo E4300
-Core 2 Duo E4400
-Core 2 Duo E4500
-Core 2 Duo E4600
-Core 2 Duo E6300 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E6400 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E7200
-Core 2 Duo E7300
-Core 2 Duo E7400
-Core 2 Duo E7500
-Core 2 Duo E7600
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i had some info about what chips are soldered and those who arent,
even celerons..i think it was on OCN too ..i posted it somewhere once,
wish i had a computer brain, then i would remember where ..lol
what celerons do you have?
i like to learn, so study for me is ok, but i woke up one morning,
and just felt like, yes...today is the day, delid time! ..lol
10min later,
http://www.overclock.net/t/305443/ihs-removals-how-to-do-it-should-i-do-it-and-the-facts
IHS Not Soldered To Die
Hyperthreading/Single Cores
-(S-478) Pentium 4 HT (Northwood "A" and "B" Core)*
-(S-478) Celeron
-(S-775) Celeron
-Celeron 420
-Celeron 430
-Celeron 440
-AMD Athlon 64 3200+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3700+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (Venice core)
Dual Cores
-AMD X2 5000+ BE (Brisbane core)
-Celeron Dual Core E1200
-Celeron Dual Core E1400
-Pentium Dual Core E2140
-Pentium Dual Core E2160
-Pentium Dual Core E2180
-Pentium Dual Core E2200
-Pentium Dual Core E2210
-Pentium Dual Core E2220
-Pentium Dual Core E6300
-Core 2 Duo E4300
-Core 2 Duo E4400
-Core 2 Duo E4500
-Core 2 Duo E4600
-Core 2 Duo E6300 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E6400 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E7200
-Core 2 Duo E7300
-Core 2 Duo E7400
-Core 2 Duo E7500
-Core 2 Duo E7600

Nice, I was looking for that the other day! Cheers +rep
I'll take the cooler off one and have a look now, as far as I knew all the single core celerons were pasted/glued?

EDIT: Celeron D 326, 99% sure it's a socket 775 as I know the pin layout.. (Intel states that they made it for 478 and 775)
Guess what? It's definetly glued, I can see the black glue on the side of the chip after being operating for so many years.. Wonder how hard it'll be to pull off if at all. Hmm


See the black line? It's the best photo I could get sorry guys rolleyes.gif
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Nice, I was looking for that the other day! Cheers +rep
I'll take the cooler off one and have a look now, as far as I knew all the single core celerons were pasted/glued?
EDIT: Celeron D 326, 99% sure it's a socket 775 as I know the pin layout.. (Intel states that they made it for 478 and 775)
Guess what? It's definetly glued, I can see the black glue on the side of the chip after being operating for so many years.. Wonder how hard it'll be to pull off if at all. Hmm Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
See the black line? It's the best photo I could get sorry guys rolleyes.gif

ive looked into it some more for you, i landed on this site,
if you see the black glue, doesnt mean its not soldered,
if i understand the info correct,
"We started out by running a razor blade under the IHS cutting the adhesive material that attaches the IHS to the processor.
After we ran the razor blade all the way around the processor we found that the IHS won't budge as it's soldered to the core as we previously mentioned."
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/402/2/


the list on that thread is from 2009,
some chips have a *, meaning, *= Said to belong under X category but not confirmed.
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ive looked into it some more for you, i landed on this site,
if you see the black glue, doesnt mean its not soldered,
if i understand the info correct,
"We started out by running a razor blade under the IHS cutting the adhesive material that attaches the IHS to the processor.
After we ran the razor blade all the way around the processor we found that the IHS won't budge as it's soldered to the core as we previously mentioned."
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/402/2/
the list on that thread is from 2009,
some chips have a *, meaning, *= Said to belong under X category but not confirmed.

Ohh I see, well I'll still purchase a knife anyway. I have a feeling they are as someone said on another thread that all single core celerons were pasted.. I've never seen so much of the "black stickyness" on an old CPU ever though.. It's on all 4 sides too. I know it means nothing but I have a feeling that it is. I'll confirm over the weekend (I was going to wait longer but now I'm curious)

EDIT: By the odd chance that a socket 478 Pentium 4 is also done (as the HT models are) I've got two of them to test on also just for the sake of knowing.

2GHz and 2.4GHz single core non HT models too**
The chances are low, but hey. Maybe.. They're useless as I've got no 478 boards and even if I did it's a P4.. I'd sell them but I'd get nothing for them AND I'm unsure if they work either, I don't even know how I got them.. They were just in my parts draw next to some DDR and SDRAM that I should get around to selling.

Anyone interested in a 245MB HDD? tongue.gif
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Ohh I see, well I'll still purchase a knife anyway. I have a feeling they are as someone said on another thread that all single core celerons were pasted.. I've never seen so much of the "black stickyness" on an old CPU ever though.. It's on all 4 sides too. I know it means nothing but I have a feeling that it is. I'll confirm over the weekend (I was going to wait longer but now I'm curious)

me too, curious ...lol..

its hard to find (good) info about the older chips,
left alone if they soldered or not etc ..
thanks for the +rep btw smile.gif
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