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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 #5531 of 7362
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

really.?!
that's interesting because I need voltage similar to SB (2500K) on my Z68 board when running my IB (3570K) just like yours.
and from the discussion I was having earlier I now feel I need to research this more..
Yes sir. I can even boot into Windows 8 @ 5Ghz with around 1.3-1.3-5v.
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Put LLC on 100% and have PLL at 1.8

So here is my findings. They don't look very good frown.gif Cinebench would crash with an application error and intelburn would stop the test with a critical error. My temps still weren't high (avg 57-60). I don't want to go above 1.45 for long term.

GHz Bios voltage CPU-z voltage intelburn cinebench
4.6 1.340 1.332 pass pass
4.6 1.335 1.320 pass pass
4.6 1.330 1.320 pass pass
4.6 1.325 1.320 pass fail
4.6 1.320 1.308 pass fail
4.7 1.375 1.368 fail fail
4.7 1.380 1.368 pass fail
4.7 1.385 1.368 fail fail
4.7 1.390 1.380 pass fail
4.7 1.395 1.380 pass pass
4.7 1.400 1.392 pass pass
4.8 1.450 1.440 fail fail
4.8 1.455 1.452 fail fail
4.8 1.460 1.452 fail fail


Maybe I need to start tweaking the VTT or PLL?
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post #5533 of 7362
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So here is my findings. They don't look very good frown.gif Cinebench would crash with an application error and intelburn would stop the test with a critical error. My temps still weren't high (avg 57-60). I don't want to go above 1.45 for long term.
GHz Bios voltage CPU-z voltage intelburn cinebench
4.6 1.340 1.332 pass pass
4.6 1.335 1.320 pass pass
4.6 1.330 1.320 pass pass
4.6 1.325 1.320 pass fail
4.6 1.320 1.308 pass fail
4.7 1.375 1.368 fail fail
4.7 1.380 1.368 pass fail
4.7 1.385 1.368 fail fail
4.7 1.390 1.380 pass fail
4.7 1.395 1.380 pass pass
4.7 1.400 1.392 pass pass
4.8 1.450 1.440 fail fail
4.8 1.455 1.452 fail fail
4.8 1.460 1.452 fail fail
Maybe I need to start tweaking the VTT or PLL?

Thank you for the info, only person in a while besides myself that gave me all the info i needed.

Okay you can mess with PLL but don't go above 1.9volts on that. VTT and such don't do much really in terms of OCing with Ivy but they do help with the frequency booster. so try this. do you last 4.7 Ghz and with this go for a 102 or 103 frequency for an extra 100Mhz area for the 4.8 set vvcio and vtt to 1.15volts NO higher for now.

Tell me how that works for you.
post #5534 of 7362
got a little upgrade today in one of my 'house' units.



small upgrade, took an i3-2120 build then updated the BIOS (H67 motherboard), then used the 2120 for another build.
yes, even from a 2120 I can feel the slight performance boost that the 3220 has over it, Ivy over Sandy in general.
so using the same specs as before, I only changed the CPU is all.

turned out to be a killer little unit for my 5 year old daughter and should last her some years I hope, she's 5..! LoL
I know grown AMD runners that can't hang with this little unit, such a shame..

Intel i3-3220 Ivy Bridge 3.3GHz
Rosewill RCX-ZAIO-92 CPU cooler / AS5 paste
MSi H67MA-ED55 (B3)
Corsair 4GB DDR3 1600 LP
EVGA GTS 450 1GB GDDR5
WD VelociRaptor 160GB

idle temps:
package - 30C
cores - 22C, 27C

load: 47C

* 7.2 WEI score
* RAM running @ 1600MHz
* 55-watt TDP
* HT (hyper-threading)
Edited by malmental - 12/14/12 at 3:15pm
post #5535 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Thank you for the info, only person in a while besides myself that gave me all the info i needed.
Okay you can mess with PLL but don't go above 1.9volts on that. VTT and such don't do much really in terms of OCing with Ivy but they do help with the frequency booster. so try this. do you last 4.7 Ghz and with this go for a 102 or 103 frequency for an extra 100Mhz area for the 4.8 set vvcio and vtt to 1.15volts NO higher for now.
Tell me how that works for you.

Not good. I've messed around for about 5 hours now and I couldn't get it stable. The other voltages really don't do much. Oh well, I guess I'll be content with 4.6.
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Username: iwhocorrupts
Chip Model: Core i5-3570K
Batch #: 3231B359
Max OC: 4.8GHz @ 1.408v
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2616740
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Username: iwhocorrupts
Chip Model: Core i5-3570K
Batch #: 3231B359
Max OC: 4.8GHz @ 1.408v
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2616740

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Username: Teufel9000
Chip Model: i5-3570k
Batch #: 3221C092 (ive seen 1 other here on overclock.net that did pretty good as well
Max OC: 5.1ghz
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post #5540 of 7362
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Username: Teufel9000
Chip Model: i5-3570k
Batch #: 3221C092 (ive seen 1 other here on overclock.net that did pretty good as well
Max OC: 5.1ghz
CPUZ Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2615989
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