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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 50% of voters (688)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
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post #5041 of 7354
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Originally Posted by mystikalrush View Post

Just switched over from being a long term AMD user and got me a 3570k. So far chip runs very nice but when it comes to overclocking and setting voltages manually cant seem to get very far.
I think my max is 4.6 with 1.295v i dont really want to go above 1.3 as temps get to high for my liking.
Readings are still werid to me, anyone have an ivy with a Antec Kuhlur 920? What are your settings to keep this cpu under good temps?

came from being long time amd user also smile.gif
enjoying every day of it, being a intel user now ..lol
got mine in May.

you mean settings on your antec cooler?
or what other readings do you mean,
i do have a gigabyte mobo, so my bios looks about the same as yours,
did you try lower CPU PLL, could shave of some degrees, not much tho,
what tim did you use?
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I really think that the best way to do it is ensure that you don't bend the blade at all
be very careful and take your time with breaks, make sure that you know what it looks like underneath

im with you on that one, im trying to find a way to make it visual,
with pic's or somehow..photo or drawing ..all good
its easier for peeps to look at a few pic's , and understand,
then reading through post that are long..lol..like mine wink.gif

yea, taking brakes, my son and i delidded a few pentiums this weekend
but i let him do the delidding, hes 15 years old, good practice ..lol
but with chip 2, after doing corner 6, and and the fiirst all delidded, and perfect too biggrin.gif
his hands started to cramp a bit, and then it starts to shake a little..
we took a brake..
heres a short vid, how hes cutting a corner with a box cutter,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNQ_hxtKXBs&feature=g-upl


this is the first one, after normal delid, and then after removing the IHS which was soldered biggrin.gif
we put the 2 blades between 2 sides after delid, also to protect the pcb some more, and as handles,
then we hanged it upside down, and slowly heated around the center IHS with that lighter..
popped of after 2-3min,
same with the third one ..lol
Edited by VonDutch - 11/11/12 at 10:03am
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im with you on that one, im trying to find a way to make it visual,
with pic's or somehow..photo or drawing ..all good
its easier for peeps to look at a few pic's , and understand,
then reading through post that are long..lol..like mine wink.gif
yea, taking brakes, my son and i delidded a few pentiums this weekend
but i let him do the delidding, hes 15 years old, good practice ..lol
but with chip 2, after doing corner 6, and and the fiirst all delidded, and perfect too biggrin.gif
his hands started to cramp a bit, and then it starts to shake a little..
we took a brake..
heres a short vid, how hes cutting a corner with a box cutter,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNQ_hxtKXBs&feature=g-upl

this is the first one, after normal delid, and then after removing the IHS which was soldered biggrin.gif
we put the 2 blades between 2 sides after delid, also to protect the pcb some more, and as handles,
then we hanged it upside down, and slowly heated around the center IHS with that lighter..
popped of after 2-3min,
same with the third one ..lol

Nice! Though that can damage the core greatly..
Yeah, after getting to the second side my hands started to cramp and I required a break. It was still fine though,
 
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I like when it is cold out. I do not use a heater in my room. However, what is the coldest I can allow my room to be before moisture build-up inside my case?
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I like when it is cold out. I do not use a heater in my room. However, what is the coldest I can allow my room to be before moisture build-up inside my case?

As long as the rig is not colder than the air around it, should be no moisture issues. Condensation can be an issue when a surface is colder than the ambient temperature of the area.
Air conditioner in front of the rig blowing right on the case can make a condensation issue, air conditioner cooling whole room (or windows open) should not.
    
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I like when it is cold out. I do not use a heater in my room. However, what is the coldest I can allow my room to be before moisture build-up inside my case?

As long as the rig is not colder than the air around it, should be no moisture issues. Condensation can be an issue when a surface is colder than the ambient temperature of the area.
Air conditioner in front of the rig blowing right on the case can make a condensation issue, air conditioner cooling whole room (or windows open) should not.


Thanks, we will have a freeze tonight. 28c or lower temps. Don't really want to turn the heat on, just wear heavy clothes tonight.
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Thanks, we will have a freeze tonight. 28c or lower temps. Don't really want to turn the heat on, just wear heavy clothes tonight.
Maybe 28f?
 
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Thanks, we will have a freeze tonight. 28c or lower temps. Don't really want to turn the heat on, just wear heavy clothes tonight.
Maybe 28f?

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