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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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Right, this is my Prime 95 Max temp, i only seen it hit 65c with the most intense games like Metro Last Light and Crysis 3.
Ok, then you are good where you are. Going higher will produce a little too high temps imo. So delidding is next if you want to go higher, or be happy with the chip as is, nothing wrong with where you are now.
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Ok, then you are good where you are. Going higher will produce a little too high temps imo. So delidding is next if you want to go higher, or be happy with the chip as is, nothing wrong with where you are now.

Okay, well im going to start experimenting and see if getting to 5GHz is possible. I read over that 3570/3770 OC thread which he mentioned 85c being a max safe temp, would you recommend the same before any deledding methods?
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Getting a 5.0ghz cpu-z verification (basically getting it to boot) and being stable/cool are very far apart. Without delidding, there is no way you will be able to get it stable, reliable, and cool enough for sustained use at 5ghz with your current cooling IMO.

The highest I was ever able to get something like a cinebench 11.5 benchmark from was 4.9 at 1.39v and temps creeping into the ~85 range. I had to bump vcore all the way up to 1.44-1.45 to get it stable enough to bench it at 5ghz, but I usually bailed because temps got to be higher than I wanted.
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Okay, well im going to start experimenting and see if getting to 5GHz is possible. I read over that 3570/3770 OC thread which he mentioned 85c being a max safe temp, would you recommend the same before any deledding methods?
Ivy can go up to 105c, but the hotter it gets the less stable it is. My rule of thumb is keep your max stress testing temps to about 80c then you don’t have to worry about it.

If you are at 1.27 for 45, then it is normal to need about .060v more for each multiplier. You could try for 46 but your temps are going to be over 70c in those games you mentioned, which are not exactly low temps for gaming. Then 47 could need 1.39v and your temps are really going to start getting high.

You have an ok chip as far as voltage goes, but if 1.27v is really your minimum stable vCore for 45, then even with delidding you won’t be able to go over 48 since you would be at least in the 1.45v range for that.
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In theory, your .06 per multi may be close, but I am stable at 4.5 (1.26v), 4.7 (1.32v ), and 4.9 (1.38v). I start to have stability, whether it be heat or otherwise, issues once the temps get into the low-mid 90's. Just my .02.
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In theory, your .06 per multi may be close, but I am stable at 4.5 (1.26v), 4.7 (1.32v ), and 4.9 (1.38v). I start to have stability, whether it be heat or otherwise, issues once the temps get into the low-mid 90's. Just my .02.
No offense but I find those numbers hard to believe. The ASRock mobos are known for misrepresenting voltages. So I guess I would need to see that you used a quality multimeter to measure actual vCore. We would have to define stable as well, I consider it running the newest Prime95 with default settings but 90% of your available ram for at least 24 hours, also 24 hours of Intel’s XTU, and at least a week of trying every program and game you have. You would need zero instabilities of any kind as well as no WHEA issues.
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4.5 is my 24/7 at that voltage (8 months now) and 4.7 ran in prime for 24hrs. 4.9 ran for a few hours in prime, but it was more of an academic exercise than an attempt to make it 100% reliable (read into that what you will). 5ghz at 1.44v was just for verification. I can't speak to the ASRock misrepresenting vcore...that may very well be true. That said, I've seen others replicate or better stable vcore at the same speeds. Nothing is apples to apples really, but it's just what I've seen with my set-up.

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Edit, I am not much for saving screen shots of benches, but I do have one of the 4.7 from Cinebench. Sadly I didn't leave hwmonitor wide enough for max vcore or have realtemp up. Again, read into what you will. In prime, 4.7 would max temps around 78c from memory:


Edited by 03threefiftyz - 5/21/13 at 5:19pm
post #6308 of 7362
Alright, thanks a ton for the tips, hints, and help guys!
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I don't know if it is just me or I have a bad chip. The day I bought mine, I tested the chip right away for the temps, then delidded it after a couple of days. I used the Tuniq TX-4 then test it, the results are just the same with the stock thermal paste on idle. The only difference I had is that it the temps doesn't reaches the same high temps of none delided. Was is my cooling? I was also only able to have it clocked at 4.4, tried pushing to 4.5 but i cant seems to find the sweet tweak to able it to both.

Here at my place temps go as high as 35C for overall country temp, it is damn summer so I don't know is a 40+C of idle temp is ok for my delided 3570k. What you guys think?
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I don't know if it is just me or I have a bad chip. The day I bought mine, I tested the chip right away for the temps, then delidded it after a couple of days. I used the Tuniq TX-4 then test it, the results are just the same with the stock thermal paste on idle. The only difference I had is that it the temps doesn't reaches the same high temps of none delided. Was is my cooling? I was also only able to have it clocked at 4.4, tried pushing to 4.5 but i cant seems to find the sweet tweak to able it to both.

Here at my place temps go as high as 35C for overall country temp, it is damn summer so I don't know is a 40+C of idle temp is ok for my delided 3570k. What you guys think?
Did you read any of the delidding guides? I believe they all point out that you need to use a liquid metal TIM on the die like CL Ultra or Pro.
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