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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 #541 of 7362
Here's a quick list I just made, from posts. None of them are verified or stable for all I know. The nameless lines are probably from XS or HWbot:


3213B440 3770K 4400 1.17
L152B586 3770K 4700 1.24
L204B321 3770K SkyyPunk
L204B321 3770K 4600 1.23 Murlocke
L204B321 3770K 4800 1.30 michaelrw
L204B343 3770K 4700 1.28; 4900 1.34 Jcyle
L206A973 3770K 4700 1.32 DaClownie
L206B314 3770K 4800 1.35 KuuFA
L206B314 3770K 4500 1.20
L206B314 3770K 4600 1.32 samwiches
L206B468 3770K kxdu
L206B468 3770K Special_K
L211B472 3770K 4800 1.28
L211B477 3770K 5000 1.38 Darth Oscar
L212B228 3770K 4600 1.22; 4700 1.28; 4800 1.34

3204B958 3570K 4500 1.17; 4700 1.22; 4800 1.25 SonDa5
3208C060 3570K 4500 1.25
3209B767 3570K 4500 1.21 Ben the OCer
3210C023 3570K 4400 1.20
L152B659 3570K 4500 1.26 samwiches
L202B743 3570K 4500 1.10+
L204B361 3570K DeXel
L206B524 3570K Jinto
L208B128 3570k 4900 1.37 adamski07
L209C112 3570K 4700 1.25
L209C223 3570K 4500 1.14
3209C030 3570K 4500 1.22 purdueman
Edited by samwiches - 5/4/12 at 11:17pm
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post #542 of 7362
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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

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.

Yes, stable testing can be pain in the ass, but that's all part of overclocking. Can you crank up AC only for few hours during prime?
I have another question about Rapid Start Technology. How do they really work? I never heard of it until I saw an option in BIOS.
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post #543 of 7362
No idea. I figured Rapid Start was a gimmick, or for specific hardware
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post #544 of 7362
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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

Here's a quick list I just made, from posts. None of them are verified or stable for all I know. The nameless lines are probably from XS or HWbot:
3213B440 3770K 4400 1.17
L152B586 3770K 4700 1.24
L204B321 3770K SkyyPunk
L204B321 3770K 4600 1.21 Murlocke
L204B321 3770K 4800 1.30 michaelrw
L204B343 3770K 4700 1.28; 4900 1.34 Jcyle
L206A973 3770K DaClownie
L206B314 3770K 4800 1.35 KuuFA
L206B314 3770K 4500 1.20
L206B314 3770K 4600 1.32 samwiches
L206B468 3770K kxdu
L206B468 3770K Special_K
L211B472 3770K 4800 1.28
L211B477 3770K 5000 1.38 Darth Oscar
L212B228 3770K 4600 1.22; 4700 1.28; 4800 1.34
3204B958 3570K 4500 1.17; 4700 1.22; 4800 1.25 SonDa5
3208C060 3570K 4500 1.25
3209B767 3570K 4500 1.21 Ben the OCer
3210C023 3570K 4400 1.20
L152B659 3570K 4500 1.26
L202B743 3570K 4500 1.10+
L204B361 3570K DeXel
L206B524 3570K Jinto
L208B128 3570k 4900 1.35 adamski07
L209C112 3570K 4700 1.25
L209C223 3570K 4500 1.14
3209C030 3570K 4500 1.22 purdueman

I noticed any batch starting L2 are great chips and batch starting 32 are not great chips. My batch is 3211B570 frown.gif
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post #545 of 7362
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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

Yes, stable testing can be pain in the ass, but that's all part of overclocking. Can you crank up AC only for few hours during prime?
I have another question about Rapid Start Technology. How do they really work? I never heard of it until I saw an option in BIOS.

I'm curious about Rapid Start as well. I've just ordered a 3770k and an ASRock Fatal1ty z77 Pro and noticed that the board has a driver available for Intel Rapid Start. Anybody using it?
post #546 of 7362
BTW my batch # is L211B477 - Stable at 4.4Ghz 1.185v so far. Next step is to lower PLL wink.gif
    
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post #547 of 7362
Here is what i have so far

3570k or 3770k
3770k

BATCH #
L206B351

How hot your new CPU runs
Maximum temps ~ -100°

Your max OC
5.955Ghz

What voltages your chip needs
1.704V

What cooling you're using
Cascade
    
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post #548 of 7362
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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

Here's a quick list I just made, from posts. None of them are verified or stable for all I know. The nameless lines are probably from XS or HWbot:
3213B440 3770K 4400 1.17
L152B586 3770K 4700 1.24
L204B321 3770K SkyyPunk
L204B321 3770K 4600 1.21 Murlocke
L204B321 3770K 4800 1.30 michaelrw
L204B343 3770K 4700 1.28; 4900 1.34 Jcyle
L206A973 3770K DaClownie
L206B314 3770K 4800 1.35 KuuFA
L206B314 3770K 4500 1.20
L206B314 3770K 4600 1.32 samwiches
L206B468 3770K kxdu
L206B468 3770K Special_K
L211B472 3770K 4800 1.28
L211B477 3770K 5000 1.38 Darth Oscar
L212B228 3770K 4600 1.22; 4700 1.28; 4800 1.34
3204B958 3570K 4500 1.17; 4700 1.22; 4800 1.25 SonDa5
3208C060 3570K 4500 1.25
3209B767 3570K 4500 1.21 Ben the OCer
3210C023 3570K 4400 1.20
L152B659 3570K 4500 1.26
L202B743 3570K 4500 1.10+
L204B361 3570K DeXel
L206B524 3570K Jinto
L208B128 3570k 4900 1.35 adamski07
L209C112 3570K 4700 1.25
L209C223 3570K 4500 1.14
3209C030 3570K 4500 1.22 purdueman

I noticed any batch starting L2 are great chips and batch starting 32 are not great chips. My batch is 3211B570 frown.gif

I disagree. Just looks like people with Malay chips have attempted to go for higher clocks. Anyway, my 3570k batch is 3209C030, but I'm still waiting for UPS to deliver my second board.

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post #549 of 7362
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Originally Posted by samwiches View Post

Here's a quick list I just made, from posts. None of them are verified or stable for all I know. The nameless lines are probably from XS or HWbot:
3213B440 3770K 4400 1.17
L152B586 3770K 4700 1.24
L204B321 3770K SkyyPunk
L204B321 3770K 4600 1.21 Murlocke
L204B321 3770K 4800 1.30 michaelrw
L204B343 3770K 4700 1.28; 4900 1.34 Jcyle
L206A973 3770K DaClownie
L206B314 3770K 4800 1.35 KuuFA
L206B314 3770K 4500 1.20
L206B314 3770K 4600 1.32 samwiches
L206B468 3770K kxdu
L206B468 3770K Special_K
L211B472 3770K 4800 1.28
L211B477 3770K 5000 1.38 Darth Oscar
L212B228 3770K 4600 1.22; 4700 1.28; 4800 1.34
3204B958 3570K 4500 1.17; 4700 1.22; 4800 1.25 SonDa5
3208C060 3570K 4500 1.25
3209B767 3570K 4500 1.21 Ben the OCer
3210C023 3570K 4400 1.20
L152B659 3570K 4500 1.26 samwiches
L202B743 3570K 4500 1.10+
L204B361 3570K DeXel
L206B524 3570K Jinto
L208B128 3570k 4900 1.37 adamski07
L209C112 3570K 4700 1.25
L209C223 3570K 4500 1.14
3209C030 3570K 4500 1.22 purdueman

Change mine to 4600 1.23, had to increase it some. It now passes 12 hours of blend.

Got to keep in mind that every processor is seeing diff temps on the same cooling and voltage. Some people can get 1.35v, and others can't get 1.25v without seeing 90C+ temps with the same cooling. I'd much rather have a processor that takes more voltages to get the desire clocks, but doesn't suffer from the spikes at such a low voltage. The processors that are getting higher clocks with lower voltages seem to have much more voltage leakage, resulting in much higher temps at lower volts.

So with two difference processors, with the same exact cooling, you could see this:
4.8 GHz at 1.34v = 85C MAX
4.6 GHz at 1.23v = 95C MAX

It really makes comparing pointless with Ivy Bridge. Nothing is the same. Voltage on one is not the same temps as voltage on another. =/
Edited by Murlocke - 5/4/12 at 3:56pm
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Change mine to 4600 1.23, had to increase it some. It now passes 12 hours of blend.
Got to keep in mind that every processor is seeing diff temps on the same cooling and voltage. Some people can get 1.35v, and others can't get 1.25v without seeing 90C+ temps with the same cooling. I'd much rather have a processor that takes more voltages to get the desire clocks, but doesn't suffer from the spikes at such a low voltage.
The processors that are getting higher clocks with lower voltages seem to have much more voltage leakage, resulting in much higher temps at lower volts.

Right! luckily I got that chip you wanted. 3570k tho. I am clocked at 4.9Ghz and it needed 1.37v to pass 12 hrs of prime blend. I am maxing 82C with it after different tests(IBT, PRIME95, and AIDA64). But with gaming as what I always do, I am only maxing it at low 60s after few hours of BF3 game play. IIRC, 62C is what real temp recorded.
   
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