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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 50% of voters (690)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
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post #571 of 7360
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Originally Posted by thrgk View Post

how can all you guys get like 70c, or 80c max prime 95 temps at 1.3+v? i am at 1.29v, extreme llc, manual, c states off, and hit 85c max temp in prime with one mcp35x, rs 360, res, and 6 push pull yate looms intake.
You shouldn't be using LLC with these chips. either really low or none defidently not extreme. Also undervolt the pll if you haven't already, try for 1.5-1.6
If you turn off LLC you probably will need different voltage to be stable just start your overclock over from the start and slowly bump core voltage up without llc. And forget about what voltages you where using in the past.
Edited by UNOE - 5/4/12 at 7:30pm
 
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post #572 of 7360
Yeah, extreme LLC could well be your problem, especially if you haven't reduced PLL voltage.

As a general rule, LLC, except for very low degrees of it, is horrible for overclocking, and not just on Ivy. It's an illusionary fix for a generally non-existent 'problem' that only exists because of the demand of ignorant consumers.
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post #573 of 7360
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BTW my batch # is L211B477 - Stable at 4.4Ghz 1.185v so far. Next step is to lower PLL wink.gif

Thats suppose to be able to go to 5Ghz if batches matter.
post #574 of 7360
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Thats suppose to be able to go to 5Ghz if batches matter.

I'm not particularly interested in 5Ghz wink.gif The only application I run that benefits from higher clocks is Folding@Home smile.gif

Also, my system didn't like 1.7v CPU PLL, going back to 1.8v frown.gif
Edited by staryoshi - 5/4/12 at 7:51pm
    
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post #575 of 7360
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Yeah, extreme LLC could well be your problem, especially if you haven't reduced PLL voltage.
As a general rule, LLC, except for very low degrees of it, is horrible for overclocking, and not just on Ivy. It's an illusionary fix for a generally non-existent 'problem' that only exists because of the demand of ignorant consumers.
but without LLC, my vdroop is bad, so like 1.33 is like 1.28.
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post #576 of 7360
OK Guys..im going to try to OC my 3570k tonight...it's been a longtime since I did my last OC. My goal is to get 4.5ghz with max 75C temp. Based on this article..I hope it's do-able: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5763/undervolting-and-overclocking-on-ivy-bridge


Besides going into BIOS and increasing the multiplier....is there anything else I need to know? I know I need to run Prime95 after every OC..and that I will have to slowly increase from stock cpu voltage if it is not stable...but am I missing anything else? I think I might have to "underclock" something (LLC?)...not sure what that is...never touched it before.

If there is a a good guide to this...let me know. Also what program as you guys using to monitor temps?

FYI - I have an ASRock Z77 Extreme4.
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Well I'm happy. For gaming I don't see a reason to go higher than 4.6ghz, so I am just going to stay here. biggrin.gif

46ghzproof.png

I am using offset and my voltage pings around 1.208 - 1.224 - 1.232 so I really don't know where I stand voltage wise, LOL. I guess ~1.2v is all I can say.

I am using full phase power mode to kill vdroop as I always have - is that the same as LLC on other boards? Why are people saying don't use it?

For reference 80C it my my complete peak max temperature.
Edited by Exostenza - 5/4/12 at 8:36pm
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post #578 of 7360
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yeah.. I think I could get it to 5Ghz with 1.42-1.44v , but with temps at high 80s to low 90s which is not good. Tho, at gaming it will around 70s in temperature.

91cish isn't horrible when stressing. If it will run that stable in p95 you will hit upper 60s to lower 70s which is fine. I set mine to 1.41v and backed it down as I could. But I also got to read a great review based on my board. This MSI board really clocks easy, there is a reason I use them for mobo and video. thumb.gif
post #579 of 7360
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You shouldn't be using LLC with these chips. either really low or none defidently not extreme. Also undervolt the pll if you haven't already, try for 1.5-1.6
If you turn off LLC you probably will need different voltage to be stable just start your overclock over from the start and slowly bump core voltage up without llc. And forget about what voltages you where using in the past.
Is there a noticable difference in temps when lowering pll to like 1.5?
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Is there a noticable difference in temps when lowering pll to like 1.5?

I have noticed about a 4-7c difference.
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