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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 #5201 of 7362
I have no memory optimisation, no OS optimisation, the BIOS needs to be tidied up, and overall I think it can shoot past 9. Maybe more, with IHS removal<- the big downside of Ivy.
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ooh you guys that's not nice talking about Bullcrapper and Piledrooper like that, you should be ashamed of yourselves..
I mean just because it takes a 125-watt TDP and disabling of 1/2 of the 'technical marvel' module concept for any comparable performance
to the previous tech that it's replacing (Deneb C3 and Thuban E0),,,, isn't such a bad thing is it...?

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Edited by malmental - 11/19/12 at 2:36pm
post #5203 of 7362
If the price is right it's a good alternative, say $120 for an fx8350....Otherwise I'd take a 99usd 2500k from Microcenter any day of the week! tongue.gif
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No matter what voltage I use...I can't seem to get CCC to stay working long enough to run cinebench or even WEI at 5ghz. Temps are getting pretty toasty even with push/pull water above 1.45v at 5ghz. Did get an 8.03 on cinehench with 4.85ghz.
post #5206 of 7362
Anyone else here got a L204 chip? Mines L204B588 actually, I'm trying to compare chips made in the same lot to see if it varies. Especially seeing as it was an earlier lot.
 
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post #5207 of 7362
Username: JQuantum
Chip Model: i5-3570k
Batch #: 3228b572
Max OC: 4.2GHz (on air so far stock offset)
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2588192


Doesn't seem that great, and still feels slower than my i7-3770k but probably can do better on a different cooler (nothing yet).

I'll update with better clocks later this is just to get on for now.
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Anyone else here got a L204 chip? Mines L204B588 actually, I'm trying to compare chips made in the same lot to see if it varies. Especially seeing as it was an earlier lot.

3770K
Batch#: 3217B554 (Costa Rica)

bad oc-er vcore wise..

i think any lot will vary, made in costa rica or malaysia doesnt matter much,
maybe a bit difference every month, if the workers get their payout,
and get drunk over the weekend ..lol

edit,
on the other hand, whats a bad chip, if it doesnt run 5.0ghz with 1.35-1.4V vcore?
4.8ghz is my max "safe" 24/7 oc, needs 1.420V vcore to be 24H prime stable,
which isnt all bad, its still a very nice oc..lol
but with 4.9ghz im close to 1.5V vcore to make it stable,
5.0ghz is a no go for me..
Edited by VonDutch - 11/20/12 at 12:06am
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post #5209 of 7362
Quote:
Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Anyone else here got a L204 chip? Mines L204B588 actually, I'm trying to compare chips made in the same lot to see if it varies. Especially seeing as it was an earlier lot.

Quote:
Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

3770K
Batch#: 3217B554 (Costa Rica)
bad oc-er vcore wise..
i think any lot will vary, made in costa rica or malaysia doesnt matter much,
maybe a bit difference every month, if the workers get their payout,
and get drunk over the weekend ..lol
edit,
on the other hand, whats a bad chip, if it doesnt run 5.0ghz with 1.35-1.4V vcore?
4.8ghz is my max "safe" 24/7 oc, needs 1.420V vcore to be 24H prime stable,
which isnt all bad, its still a very nice oc..lol
but with 4.9ghz im close to 1.5V vcore to make it stable,
5.0ghz is a no go for me..

For you guys again and this thread as well thought I'd share this with you guys.


Remember guy. batch number and place of make doesn't prove squat about chips at all. it just shows where when and who made it.

This is in relation to the silicone not just the makers. Think of it like snowflakes.

Every single on is different in the crystalline properties. you can't "make" them all perfect. or at least not yet with our silicone technologies. You can only hope that you get a good chip that has good silicone properties and takes the electricity just right. Thats how you get the vcores for your chips guys. It's not the fact that it just wont take it. it's the silicones resistance to it. so the more you pump in the more you "force" the chip basically. but those rare golden chips have the crystals lined up just right and are like hell yeah I'll take the vcore like a boss and love it the entire time and not use any. Thats why you don't go by batch number for reference look at VonDutches, and myself's. 2 different batches. 2 different contries. Darn close to the same crystalline properties.

It's never just that it wont do it. it's just that it doesn't like it is all. The silicone is the key not the PCB the batch the lanes no nothing. it's all in the silly little stone is all.

And that is the real Chip Lottery boys and girls.

Enjoy Ladies and Gents. thumb.gif
post #5210 of 7362
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Originally Posted by rab23609 View Post

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
1 x Alpenfohn Wing Boost Plus PWM 140 rear
Asus Maximus V Extreme
i3770k
H100 push/pull
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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
Thanks

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