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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 #511 of 7362
Here it is: biggrin.gif

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Will install later with my new mobo to Z77V-PRO and then OCit a bit
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Originally Posted by Stonejaw View Post

Hey guys I am new to overclocking and to the forums.
This is my first ever Intel build, I have owned and AMD Thunderbird / Athlon 64 3500+ / Phenom X3 but owned them all due to price points except for the 3500+ as it rocked back in the day lol. Anyways Im loving the i7. My system specs are listed below in my sig.
I have been toying around with overclocking and got my system to 4.6Ghz with a 1.19Vcore.
Now as you can see I am wondering what the massive difference in max core temps I am getting, notice how core 2 & 3 are about 13C higher than core 1 & 4 at max. What is causing this? Is this normal? Could my heatsink not be mounted properly?
I am also wondering about CPU PLL voltage? I currently have it set at Auto but have heard if you lower the voltage it can help temps? What would be a recommended amount to lower the PLL by?
Any suggestions would be great thanks guys!
46GHz119VMay4.jpg

Got exactly the same thing: http://www.overclock.net/t/1251272/3770k-temp-question

I've reseated the cooler and I'm confident that the mount and TIM application is as good as it can be. No change. Glad I'm not the only one smile.gif

I have the same mobo as you - maybe its connected?
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Originally Posted by iSeries View Post

Got exactly the same thing: http://www.overclock.net/t/1251272/3770k-temp-question
I've reseated the cooler and I'm confident that the mount and TIM application is as good as it can be. No change. Glad I'm not the only one smile.gif
I have the same mobo as you - maybe its connected?

2 of my cores run hotter than the others as well. It may just be a side of them using thermal paste instead of solder on the chips.
post #514 of 7362
So far this is the best I can get from this chip. Maximum:IBT and p95 blend for 12 hrs. 4.9Ghz with 1.37v along with maximum temp of 82C. I really want to hit 5Ghz, but I think that's not gonna happen for 24/7 operation.

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post #515 of 7362
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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.

Bro, you have no right to complain about 4.88GHz. I have a $400 watercooling loop dedicated to my processor only and anything above 1.25v on my processor = 95+ C temps. 1.23v = 85C. The tubes don't even get warm, like someone else stated on here, the issue is the processor isn't getting rid of the heat fast enough and there's nothing the loop can do about it. I've reseated it a dozen times, and thermal paste application was great each time.

Max I can go is 4.6GHz, and that's still 85C during IBT. I would of loved even 4.7GHz, but seeing people complain on here about 4.88GHz is depressing. You are getting results above most. All 3 of your 680s also overclocked better than mine.

With such an expensive loop, sitting here with 4.6GHz makes me feel like a noob. Feel free to give me some pointers if you feel this is user error, but I believe I got another dud processor, just like my i7 920, and just like my Q6600 before that. I wish I could get an "average" batch just once.
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Yeah I'm running into a voltage/overclock wall.
I can stabilize 4.7 @ 1.255v, 4.8 needs around 1.315, and 4.9 locks up at windows login @ up to 1.45v. Shouldn't need a 0.2v increase to move from 4.7 to 4.9.

What are your temps looking like, since your batch is the same as mine? Are you seeing some massive temps after 1.25v or so?
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post #516 of 7362
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batch # L211B477 bought on Newegg on Sunday after I bent the pins on my 1100T. I had that at 4.5 GHz I believe. I have since dropped my clock back to 4.8 GHz as I have to make this build last me a bit.
batch # L211B477 bought on Newegg.

i might run to microcenter and see if I can exchange mine for your batch number....i haven't opened it yet.
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post #517 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Stonejaw View Post

Hey guys I am new to overclocking and to the forums.
This is my first ever Intel build, I have owned and AMD Thunderbird / Athlon 64 3500+ / Phenom X3 but owned them all due to price points except for the 3500+ as it rocked back in the day lol. Anyways Im loving the i7. My system specs are listed below in my sig.
I have been toying around with overclocking and got my system to 4.6Ghz with a 1.19Vcore.
Now as you can see I am wondering what the massive difference in max core temps I am getting, notice how core 2 & 3 are about 13C higher than core 1 & 4 at max. What is causing this? Is this normal? Could my heatsink not be mounted properly?
I am also wondering about CPU PLL voltage? I currently have it set at Auto but have heard if you lower the voltage it can help temps? What would be a recommended amount to lower the PLL by?
Any suggestions would be great thanks guys!
46GHz119VMay4.jpg

4.6GHz at 1.19V? Did you pass at least 10 runs of IBT and few hours of prime95? It's normal to have cores hotter than others. A lot of us here get that. I don't know much about CPU PLL.
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post #518 of 7362
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i might run to microcenter and see if I can exchange mine for your batch number....i haven't opened it yet.

Can you get one for me too if they have it, they wont ship.
post #519 of 7362
has anyone seen this error in event viewer? really worried, can someone please see if they know what it is? seems to only happen in Tera online so far, didnt occur during linx testing.
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has anyone seen this error in event viewer? really worried, can someone please see if they know what it is? seems to only happen in Tera online so far, didnt occur during linx testing.
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overclocked to 4.7 @ 1.28 llc extreme

4.7GHz @ 1.28 was not stable for me for extended periods. I had to go 1.29v, and my temps were too hot to fully test but I feel it would of been stable.

Here I am at 4.6GHz @ 1.23v... Not happy with my batch at all.
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