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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 #5991 of 7362
If you won't delid I'm pretty sure that you won't see a big difference between h80i and h100i. That is unless you get a chip which has a good stock tim application.

Edit: For that price difference I'd get the H100i anyway.
Edit2: For some reason here in Finland the h80i and h100i are priced the same. :O
Edited by Ukkooh - 2/18/13 at 6:21am
     
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post #5992 of 7362
Yeah, it should fit nicely into my Corsair C70. I'll sell the 2500, or maybe give it to a mate who needs it smile.gif
post #5993 of 7362
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Originally Posted by RB Snake View Post

Yeah, it should fit nicely into my Corsair C70. I'll sell the 2500, or maybe give it to a mate who needs it smile.gif
so then what are you waiting on...?
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when ready to overclock come on back and we'll get to it.
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post #5994 of 7362
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Originally Posted by DOM. View Post

Got me a new batch yesterday

See wut i can get on custom water smile.gif
Use max mem tongue.gif
here you are



Tim IHS/Die : CF3
Edited by longgia001 - 2/19/13 at 8:17am
post #5995 of 7362
My experiences with replacing the tim on H100: My temps actually rose a few degrees so the reason for my bad temps was not a bad mount. I find myself considering delidding now. tongue.gif For now I'm going to let the tim settle for a few days and if the temps stay the same I will remount it again this time with a proper cleaner. I didn't have anything else at hand right now so I used a drop of water. I found it odd though that my whole cpu wasn't covered by the stock H100 tim. Btw I used phobya hegrease extreme which is supposed to be a rebrand of Gelid GC-extreme. I would have bought the original Gelid GC-Extreme but it was slightly more expensive than this stuff (50 cents).
     
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I am getting a crash course on heat dissipation/cooling with this Intel cpu. This is my 1st ever Intel system or build and the speeds are excellent, even at the "stock" overclock (4ghz with auto o/c turned on) with 8 ghz of 1866 dominator gt on an Asrock Fatality Z77 Pro mobo. My N520 from a prior AMD build kept it under 40c under 100% and this baby(3570k) get's to almost 57c. The rapid storage technology is nice too. At work now, but will submit my stuff when I get home tonight. Incidentally, I couldn't believe it when I got to my futuremark site after running 3d11 and vantage! WOW! The scores beat the crap out of all previous and they had 8 and 6 cores... although I have a 7850 instead of the previous 6850... Lot to learn about intel and overclocking too so i'll wait, read, and learn 1st... Thanks everyone.
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post #5997 of 7362
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Have you had a look here to see what others have managed to get with the delid process?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club

thats some good charts but um not one of them are using a H80 so a little hard to compare in that way lol but thank you good to see there are some nice temps though with even 5Ghz
    
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post #5998 of 7362
thinking about upgrading my 2500K unit with a 3770K chip, why not.?!

right now that unit is running SLi TF3 (560 Ti - 448's) but I wanna upgrade those cards soon and before Haswell is out for sure.
so I'm thinking SLi my TF4 (660 Ti PE/OC), selling one of the 448's and using the other in the other unit until the GTX 780 get here.

anyways the question is...
upgrade from 2500K to 3770K worth it.?

thanks for opinions.
post #5999 of 7362
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thinking about upgrading my 2500K unit with a 3770K chip, why not.?!

right now that unit is running SLi TF3 (560 Ti - 448's) but I wanna upgrade those cards soon and before Haswell is out for sure.
so I'm thinking SLi my TF4 (660 Ti PE/OC), selling one of the 448's and using the other in the other unit until the GTX 780 get here.

anyways the question is...
upgrade from 2500K to 3770K worth it.?

thanks for opinions.

It's definitely more fun...you get better ram oc capabilities, more ln2 headroom, HT, better single thread performance (6%) and Microcenter has them cheap.
post #6000 of 7362
I m having an i5 3570k with batch number 3221D072,it takes 1.28v to run at 3.5ghz stable with temps reaching around 85c max on the hottest core using a cm hyper 212 evo.

I m getting a good offer for a sealed i7 3770k batch number 3244C466.I m not satisfied with my i5,should I go ahead and get this i7?I plan on only air cooling.

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