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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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Well it probably won't be any worse than your i5 so I'd go for it. If it end up needing loads of voltage and runs hot it's still better than an i5
     
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Well it probably won't be any worse than your i5 so I'd go for it. If it end up needing loads of voltage and runs hot it's still better than an i5

Sorry it was a typo,I meant 4.5ghz @1.28v and not 3.5ghz biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

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.
thanks for the input amigo.. thumb.gif
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Well it probably won't be any worse than your i5 so I'd go for it. If it end up needing loads of voltage and runs hot it's still better than an i5
agreed... smile.gif
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Sorry it was a typo,I meant 4.5ghz @1.28v and not 3.5ghz biggrin.gif

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Oh well that changes things a little, I was thinking 1.28v was a hell of a lot for 3.5GHz rolleyes.gif You could always get the i7 and see how it performs and then decide which you want to keep. If you're getting the i7 for a good price then you shouldn't lose much money, if any selling it on again if you sell it in the right place.
     
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Hey all! Just picked up a new 3570K and Z77E-ITX board and started overclocking it today.

I seem to have lucked out with my chip...I've gotten to 4.5GHz (only 3 hours stable so far) on 1.088v (fixed) with a +0.004 turbo boost offset. This seems to be a good vCore compared to some others that I've seen, and the results don't change for fixed or offset mode.

I'll test overnight to make sure it's 8+ hours stable, but for 3 hours I'd say this is pretty good. Is there a point in pushing for 4.8-5Ghz?

Thoughts?

EDIT: Using an Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7 Rev 2 as my liquid cooling hasn't arrived yet. Max temps are around 70C running caseless on my desk.
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Originally Posted by airplaneman View Post

Hey all! Just picked up a new 3570K and Z77E-ITX board and started overclocking it today.

I seem to have lucked out with my chip...I've gotten to 4.5GHz (only 3 hours stable so far) on 1.088v (fixed) with a +0.004 turbo boost offset. This seems to be a good vCore compared to some others that I've seen, and the results don't change for fixed or offset mode.

I'll test overnight to make sure it's 8+ hours stable, but for 3 hours I'd say this is pretty good. Is there a point in pushing for 4.8-5Ghz?

Thoughts?

EDIT: Using an Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7 Rev 2 as my liquid cooling hasn't arrived yet. Max temps are around 70C running caseless on my desk.
you suck.. mad.gif
post #6008 of 7362
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Originally Posted by airplaneman View Post

Hey all! Just picked up a new 3570K and Z77E-ITX board and started overclocking it today.

I seem to have lucked out with my chip...I've gotten to 4.5GHz (only 3 hours stable so far) on 1.088v (fixed) with a +0.004 turbo boost offset. This seems to be a good vCore compared to some others that I've seen, and the results don't change for fixed or offset mode.

I'll test overnight to make sure it's 8+ hours stable, but for 3 hours I'd say this is pretty good. Is there a point in pushing for 4.8-5Ghz?

Thoughts?

EDIT: Using an Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7 Rev 2 as my liquid cooling hasn't arrived yet. Max temps are around 70C running caseless on my desk.
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you suck.. mad.gif

LOL seriously. Nice chip dude. I'll trade you my 3570K and $50 for that one...
post #6009 of 7362
Does seem like a good chip, but remember that some ASRock boards add extra voltage. Still, it's a nice chip even if you add 0.05v tongue.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1360404/asrock-z77-extreme-4-vcore-reading
Edited by Zeek - 2/23/13 at 5:44pm
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Does seem like a good chip, but remember that some ASRock boards add extra voltage.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1360404/asrock-z77-extreme-4-vcore-reading

Yeah, some more than others. My extreme6 is pretty close, but I've seen some ASRock boards off by .2v

I would need to see a reading from a digital multi-meter.
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