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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  
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Once I have it housed properly, it will be alot nicer. Been trying to get a rig actually in a case for about 8 months,lol. Constantly testing or changing. Getting ready to throw the wb on the matrix and add my 2nd loop. I'll post a pic after. I still need to order 3/8 comp fittings and some tube before including the vrms. Before installing a wb on the gpu I like to game a little and get the card warm. Makes it a little easier to pull the stock cooler off imo.
Edited by hotrod717 - 5/19/13 at 10:11am
    
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an issue I have man is that I have a sweet 2500K in my SLi rig
but wanting to upgrade it to a 3770K
my only fear is that I do not get a 'golden' 3770K and the only benefit I get is HT
HT and more cores is just now starting to get some play in gaming
not sure what to do, if I should take the chance or not.
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an issue I have man is that I have a sweet 2500K in my SLi rig
but wanting to upgrade it to a 3770K
my only fear is that I do not get a 'golden' 3770K and the only benefit I get is HT
HT and more cores is just now starting to get some play in gaming
not sure what to do, if I should take the chance or not.
Still doubt to grab 3770K? smile.gif
I only can wish you got good chip thumb.gif
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I gave up on going i7 a few months back but now with Haswell I want one.
no reason to go Haswell for me, 3770K is all I need / want for now.
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If you really think HT will benefit you then by all means go for it! biggrin.gif
By the way, I'm right now testing my 3770K at 4.8Ghz, trying to find the lowest voltage I can run it at. Started at around 1.36, down to 1.33ish now, I'll check it with a multimeter a bit later.

E: hah, hit the send button too soon.

Sent from my GNote
Edited by lagittaja - 5/19/13 at 1:23pm
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Originally Posted by lagittaja View Post

If you really think HT will benefit you then by all means go for it! biggrin.gif
By the way, I'm right now testing my 3770K at 4.8Ghz, trying to find the lowest voltage I can run it at. Started at around 1.36, down to 1.33ish now, I'll check it with a multimeter a bit later.

E: hah, hit the send button too soon.

Sent from my GNote
are you using a positive offset or setting it manually.?

edit:
1.3V crashed.?
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Manual of course. I hate offset.
E: Oh and I don't really need to check it with a DMM, I'm just interested. What CPU-Z/my mb usually show as my vcore it's usually only off by -0.4% at most, IIRC.
E2: What? No biggrin.gif I haven't even got down to 1.30v yet. You probably didn't see what I originally posted, I hit send on Tapatalk accidentally while I was still typing the actual message so it was incomplete. My rig certainly hasn't crashed since I am typing this message from it biggrin.gif
I'm doing some x264 encoding right now, with the settings I use in Handbrake I usually see very soon if there's a problem with my overclock. Right now running with 1.335v (real world probably ~1.331v)
E3: Hrrmm, looks like I have internal PLL OV disabled.. No wonder the Handbrake CLI was crashing.. Gotta go and reboot in a minute to verify... Waiting for my HTPC to stop recording TV so I can shut it down and put the power meter I loaned hooked to my own rig. Would be interesting to see what kind of wattage my rig is pulling under Handbrake load.
Edited by lagittaja - 5/19/13 at 2:29pm
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Originally Posted by lagittaja View Post

Manual of course. I hate offset.
E: Oh and I don't really need to check it with a DMM, I'm just interested. What CPU-Z/my mb usually show as my vcore it's usually only off by -0.4% at most, IIRC.
E2: What? No biggrin.gif I haven't even got down to 1.30v yet. You probably didn't see what I originally posted, I hit send on Tapatalk accidentally while I was still typing the actual message so it was incomplete. My rig certainly hasn't crashed since I am typing this message from it biggrin.gif
I'm doing some x264 encoding right now, with the settings I use in Handbrake I usually see very soon if there's a problem with my overclock. Right now running with 1.335v (real world probably ~1.331v)
E3: Hrrmm, looks like I have internal PLL OV disabled.. No wonder the Handbrake CLI was crashing.. Gotta go and reboot in a minute to verify... Waiting for my HTPC to stop recording TV so I can shut it down and put the power meter I loaned hooked to my own rig. Would be interesting to see what kind of wattage my rig is pulling under Handbrake load.
you make my head spin..... you have so much going on.. tongue.gif
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