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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 #531 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post

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.
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?
my massive temp spikes start happening at >1.3v

as soon as i get my gtx680 signature and sell my gtx680 superclocked+, i'm buying a new chip and see how it goes
Edited by michaelrw - 5/4/12 at 1:48pm
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post #532 of 7362
My CPU has been folding all night and into today @ 4.4Ghz 1.185v and temps are palatable so I might leave it there for a while... Perhaps late next week I'll push for 4.8Ghz and really up the voltage. I'm at 1.8v PLL though, so I may try lowering it in .05v increments to see if I can shave off a few degrees wink.gif
    
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For all of you guys who have sent me PMs with your batch info you have now been added to the spreadsheet. give it like 10 mins for the server to update it to the thread.

UPDATE: You will notice that nobody has any OC, temp or voltage info next to their username and batch number. We will be starting to require a strict guideline for Max STABLE OC using the same verification methods employed in the Stable Sandy Thread. I will be updating the OP to include all of the rules/regulations for submitting your data for verification and subsequent addition to the spreadsheet! Kepp an eye on the OP, as soon as the rules and regs are up, everyone can begin to submit their validated overclocks!

NOTE: Unlike the Stable Sandy Thread, this thread is trying to take advantage of another piece of data, namely the CPU batch #! Please, if possible, everyone try your best to get your batch # submitted. We are trying to see what kind of correlation, if any, there is between batches and performance
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Kinda looking like batch numbers might not have a lot of meaning like with sandy if this is an indication, but still need more comparison to really see. Same batch, much difference in max clocks http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?p=171110&postcount=19
    
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For all of you guys who have sent me PMs with your batch info you have now been added to the spreadsheet. give it like 10 mins for the server to update it to the thread.

UPDATE: You will notice that nobody has any OC, temp or voltage info next to their username and batch number. We will be starting to require a strict guideline for Max STABLE OC using the same verification methods employed in the Stable Sandy Thread. I will be updating the OP to include all of the rules/regulations for submitting your data for verification and subsequent addition to the spreadsheet! Kepp an eye on the OP, as soon as the rules and regs are up, everyone can begin to submit their validated overclocks!

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Since the Ivy Stable thread is probably going to serve it's own purpose (12hrs+), how about a ~1hr Prime stable requirement here?
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Since the Ivy Stable thread is probably going to serve it's own purpose (12hrs+), how about a ~1hr Prime stable requirement here?

Maybe 6 hours of prime95 blend and 20 runs of IBT? I'm not comfortable on priming for 12 hours.
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Kinda looking like batch numbers might not have a lot of meaning like with sandy if this is an indication, but still need more comparison to really see. Same batch, much difference in max clocks http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?p=171110&postcount=19

I have seen it with my chips two, same batch one dies right away but when it did work not it was not very good. The second one is better but I still think the IMC might be weaker then some others I have seen.
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Since the Ivy Stable thread is probably going to serve it's own purpose (12hrs+), how about a ~1hr Prime stable requirement here?

Maybe 6 hours of prime95 blend and 20 runs of IBT? I'm not comfortable on priming for 12 hours.

Longer runs are a pain in the ass, especially during the summer. Honestly, I would be fine with a list of MAX multi validated screenshots with any voltage at 0 load. Like I said, the other thread serves it's purpose.
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Longer runs are a pain in the ass, especially during the summer. Honestly, I would be fine with a list of MAX multi validated screenshots with any voltage at 0 load. Like I said, the other thread serves it's purpose.
Max Validations are so much more fun and they already have a satbility thread, so yeah, I agree with this.

Mine say's died all across the front page, lol. New chip is same Batch but it runs fine.
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post #540 of 7362
Here's my updated one. 12 hrs of prime95 blend. Tested first with IBT:Maximum and small/large FTT.

[*] Which chip you got, 3570k or 3770k
-3570k

[*] BATCH # (located on IHS and retail boxes)
-L208B128

[*] How hot your new CPU runs
-Maximum Temps:
77C-82C-78C-76C

[*] Your max OC
-4.9Ghz

[*] What voltages your chip needs
-1.37

[*] What cooling you're using
-Water Cooling
   
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