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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 #5981 of 7362
Whoa, I'm getting 20 more gigaflops on Windows 8 than I was on Windows 7 redface.gif A few days ago I got around 87 on win 7 and just now I'm getting 107 on win 8 with the same amount of RAM used and my PC otherwise idle. Is this about what I should expect from an i5-3570K at 4GHz?
     
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Whoa, I'm getting 20 more gigaflops on Windows 8 than I was on Windows 7 redface.gif A few days ago I got around 87 on win 7 and just now I'm getting 107 on win 8 with the same amount of RAM used and my PC otherwise idle. Is this about what I should expect from an i5-3570K at 4GHz?

Mid 80's is what you get on Win7 without SP1 and other updates installed. Once you get the updates its about the same. I get around 115-120 in both OS's.
post #5983 of 7362
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Mid 80's is what you get on Win7 without SP1 and other updates installed. Once you get the updates its about the same. I get around 115-120 in both OS's.

I'm pretty sure Windows 7 had SP1 installed though headscratch.gif

Anyway I can't go back and check now as I've formatted and installed 8 rolleyes.gif
     
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Is it normal that you get higher GFlops when you use more memory?
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post #5985 of 7362
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Is it normal that you get higher GFlops when you use more memory?

It's normal to get higher GFlops with faster memory speed and lower timings.
post #5986 of 7362
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

It's normal to get higher GFlops with faster memory speed and lower timings.

I understand that. But If I set IBT on standard thats with 1024 MB I get around 106 GFlops, and if I put it on 5700 MB (or something its High setting) I get 112 GFlops...
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post #5987 of 7362
Does anyone know if it's worth going from a 'non k' i5 2500 to a 3770k? I mainly play games like BF3 mutliplayer and will be playing Crysis 3 a lot. Has anyone done an upgrade like this? If it's worth it I'll grab a H100i to get a decent overclock hopefully.
post #5988 of 7362
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Does anyone know if it's worth going from a 'non k' i5 2500 to a 3770k? I mainly play games like BF3 mutliplayer and will be playing Crysis 3 a lot. Has anyone done an upgrade like this? If it's worth it I'll grab a H100i to get a decent overclock hopefully.
YES.
and the H80 will do fine.
update your BIOS first with your 2500 and then pop in the 3770K and hit the multi...
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post #5989 of 7362
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YES.
and the H80 will do fine.
update your BIOS first with your 2500 and then pop in the 3770K and hit the multi...
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Thanks for the reply. Already updated my bios. So is the H80i better value? It's only a 20aud difference here so maybe it's worth the jump?
post #5990 of 7362
for only $20(aud) then I would go for it.
does you case have enough room.?

edit:
also what I did was to sell my old chip to recoup some of the finances towards the new chip.
unless you have plans for the 2500.
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