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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 #6331 of 7362
bought a 3770k yesterday and been messing with it all day but was wondering if its the heat that i cant get the cpu at 4.8ghz stable with ht it hit 90c+ fast then crash or bsod, voltage was try on 1.312v - 1.400v using msi mpower motherboard but with ht off i was able to get it stable at 4.8ghz with 1.312v but here is what i got stable running at 4.6ghz

havent try 4.7ghz yet but with such little voltage its still running hotter then my 2500k at 4.8ghz with 1.352v
Edited by yarly - 5/26/13 at 5:13am
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Chances are you wont get past 4.6 Very few of these chips go over 5. Playing with voltages and ram timings don't help either. Ivy runs hotter than Sandy clock for clock.
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Originally Posted by yarly View Post

bought a 3770k yesterday and been messing with it all day but was wondering if its the heat that i cant get the cpu at 4.8ghz stable with ht it hit 90c+ fast then crash or bsod, voltage was try on 1.312v - 1.400v using msi mpower motherboard but with ht off i was able to get it stable at 4.8ghz with 1.312v but here is what i got stable running at 4.6ghz

havent try 4.7ghz yet but with such little voltage its still running hotter then my 2500k at 4.8ghz with 1.352v

All depends on what you're trying to cool it with, I was one of the lucky ones who got 4.8Ghz, I think from memory I was near 1.38v. This was with a H100....
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im using a noctua nh-d14 with mx-4 paste
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post #6335 of 7362
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im using a noctua nh-d14 with mx-4 paste

The D14 is a great air cooler, but doubt it will be able to achive 4.8Ghz. As I said my H100 bearly got to this point.
post #6336 of 7362
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im using a noctua nh-d14 with mx-4 paste

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Originally Posted by KeRo77 View Post

The D14 is a great air cooler, but doubt it will be able to achive 4.8Ghz. As I said my H100 bearly got to this point.

Cooler is fine. The IHS is glued to the Die with regular TIM between. A lot of users pushing high overclocks are de-lidding the chip to remove the gap between the ihs and the die.
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Cooler is fine. The IHS is glued to the Die with regular TIM between. A lot of users pushing high overclocks are de-lidding the chip to remove the gap between the ihs and the die.
After a certain point it doesn't matter how many rads you got hooked up in your loop when the IHS just can't transfer the heat sufficiently. I have my entire 360 rad dedicated for CPU only, yet it struggles with 1.4V and above.
post #6338 of 7362
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Cooler is fine. The IHS is glued to the Die with regular TIM between. A lot of users pushing high overclocks are de-lidding the chip to remove the gap between the ihs and the die.

Good point, didn't think of that thumb.gif Still think 4.8Ghz with that cooler is pushing it though...
post #6339 of 7362
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The D14 is a great air cooler, but doubt it will be able to achive 4.8Ghz. As I said my H100 bearly got to this point.
I've seen a lot of performance comparisons drawn between the D14 and h100. However, I have an RX360 dedicated to my cpu and still have high load temps. Chip is new, but I can see a delid in the future. However, my 8350 had similar temps at a slightly higher clock.
    
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Passed 12 hours of AIDA64 and 12 hours of Prime95 blend. Guild Wars 2 Crashed within minutes. I put the vcore up a few notches and now everything is fine.
Edited by PyroTechNiK - 5/27/13 at 6:00pm
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