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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 #5191 of 7362
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Originally Posted by 03threefiftyz View Post

Method of cooling?

nice avatar you have, 03threefiftyz
reminded me of one ive used once,

got so many comments on it, i took it of again..lol
but it was a HSP forum, (High Sensitive Person) ...lol, maybe thats why wink.gif
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I've never used Prime to "prove" stability and never will. How many times have people successfully ran it for 12+ hours only to have their computer crash when firing up a game. The best test for stability is to use the thing as you normally would. Prime is not necessary.

Ture - it is not necessary to prove stability, but it is helpful. And it is necessary to join the Ivy Stable Club. But, your system might still fail even after running prime successfully, or really anything else successfully, if whatever you run next uses your system in a different way than what's been tested before (like some games do).

Prime95 is only one tool, of many, to help to bring our systems closer to stability, but it is one of the best at doing so. I have no problem if others use other tools to gain confidence in their system stability. I still like prime as one of mine. smile.gif
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post #5193 of 7362
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Method of cooling?
212+, current volts are 1.32x. I can get 4.2ghz with +.002 on the offset, anything above 4.2ghz requires a bunch of voltage.
post #5194 of 7362
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212+, current volts are 1.32x. I can get 4.2ghz with +.002 on the offset, anything above 4.2ghz requires a bunch of voltage.

Way to much vcore. That's awefully high for 4.2. Try lowering the vcore to around 1.24 vcore.
post #5195 of 7362
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212+, current volts are 1.32x. I can get 4.2ghz with +.002 on the offset, anything above 4.2ghz requires a bunch of voltage.

Yeah, that is a lot of vcore. Mine is stable at 1.33-1.34 at 4.7ghz (on water). It gets up into the mid 80's even with liquid cooling at that vcore/ghz.
post #5196 of 7362
It comes down to your chip, I need 1.37v for stability at 4.7ghz...1.115v for 4.2ghz and 1.23 for 4.4ghz, to name a few, up to 1.48v for 5ghz.
post #5197 of 7362
Hi people

New to this forum and not sure if this the place to post.

I suddenly having cooling issues with i3770k running 18C hotter, when room is only 2C warmer.

My setup is:
CoolerMaster Cosmos2 case running
5 x Noiseblocker NB-eLoop B12-P PWM 120 fans for push/pull and spare top exhaust.
6 x Noiseblocker NB-eLoop B12-4 120 fans for hard drives/internal/gpu
1 x Noiseblocker Blacksilent Pro PK3 140 fan front
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i3770k
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2 x seagate 3tb

I have been running at 4.6 for a few months without issue normally maxing at 50-52c. Today nothing has been changed however asus warning pops up processor at 70c. I've read in earlier posts that other people have had temp increases over time. the only thing I have noticed was the last install the EVO software bumped the voltage up. I know nothing about overclocking so have just left it to the software to work out. Is this a bad sign? Is this normal?

My main use for weeks has been converting blurays... So full stress on processor.

With all 13 fans on max I can only get down to 67c. The only other recent thing was adding the sound blaster which has put my PLX temp up 12c but that hasn't had any effect on processor temp over weekend.

Any advice would be appreciated

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http://valid.canardpc.com/2586493
http://i594.photobucket.com/albums/tt30/SiegeLord/cinebench49memorii2000.jpg

Count me in with an i5.

L.E. I don't have the patience/cooling to make CineBench run at 5GHz.

CPU is NOT delidded, as in, it has the original IHS on, no modification whatsoever.

I also use a CRAPPY thermal paste for my VenomousX (yep it's air cooling, with only one vent).
Edited by nemaca - 11/19/12 at 1:51pm
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post #5199 of 7362
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2586493
http://i594.photobucket.com/albums/tt30/SiegeLord/cinebench49memorii2000.jpg
Count me in with an i5.
L.E. I don't have the patience/cooling to make CineBench run at 5GHz.
CPU is NOT delidded, as in, it has the original IHS on, no modification whatsoever.
I also use a CRAPPY thermal paste for my VenomousX (yep it's air cooling, with only one vent).

That score is pretty similar to a fx 8350 at the same clocks... Like ive said before clock for clock a 3570k Destroys a 8350... with half the cores... lachen.gif
    
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post #5200 of 7362
OFC, FX cores are modules with shared resources. Like an improved HT with less single thread performance...Such a stupid decision by AMD :/
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