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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 #6341 of 7362
Hi. I have a 3570k that I had very stably overclocked at 4.6@1.308v on a gigabyte z77d3h with f10 bios. .05+ offset, turbo llc, power saving all on, turbo off, everything else auto.

I bought a new uefi graphics card and had to upgrade to f18 bios. Since then I can't get my previous oc stable with offset voltage. It works with a fixed voltage of 1.31 (this is average right?). My temps are sub 70 in prime, with a kuhler 620.

I'm still not 100% sure about which llc to use.

Any advice would be much appreciated.
Thanks.
post #6342 of 7362
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Originally Posted by longfellow78 View Post

Hi. I have a 3570k that I had very stably overclocked at 4.6@1.308v on a gigabyte z77d3h with f10 bios. .05+ offset, turbo llc, power saving all on, turbo off, everything else auto.

I bought a new uefi graphics card and had to upgrade to f18 bios. Since then I can't get my previous oc stable with offset voltage. It works with a fixed voltage of 1.31 (this is average right?). My temps are sub 70 in prime, with a kuhler 620.

I'm still not 100% sure about which llc to use.

Any advice would be much appreciated.
Thanks.

As long as the voltage you get with the right combination of LLC level + offset is what you want, both at idle and load, then it doesn't really matter.

Upping the LLC higher will increase the gap between load- and idle voltage when using offset, so you need to monitor your idle volts because with too high LLC it might drop too low causing a failure.
post #6343 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Fulvin View Post

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Originally Posted by longfellow78 View Post

Hi. I have a 3570k that I had very stably overclocked at 4.6@1.308v on a gigabyte z77d3h with f10 bios. .05+ offset, turbo llc, power saving all on, turbo off, everything else auto.

I bought a new uefi graphics card and had to upgrade to f18 bios. Since then I can't get my previous oc stable with offset voltage. It works with a fixed voltage of 1.31 (this is average right?). My temps are sub 70 in prime, with a kuhler 620.

I'm still not 100% sure about which llc to use.

Any advice would be much appreciated.
Thanks.

As long as the voltage you get with the right combination of LLC level + offset is what you want, both at idle and load, then it doesn't really matter.

Upping the LLC higher will increase the gap between load- and idle voltage when using offset, so you need to monitor your idle volts because with too high LLC it might drop too low causing a failure.

Ok so as I don't care about minimal idle volts so much as not crashing, I'm better with a higher offset and lower llc? Thanks
post #6344 of 7362
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Ok so as I don't care about minimal idle volts so much as not crashing, I'm better with a higher offset and lower llc? Thanks
Yes, but on top of that, higher LLC is preferable as it will also lower your vdroop and lower the peak voltage when going from idle to load. Nothing that has a huge impact with lower OC's but worth acknowledging.

Coincidentally, I'm running the exact same OC with +0.035V w/ Turbo, C3/C6 disabled. This gets me 1.008V idle and 1.300-1.308V load. If it won't budge with these settings, you can try setting LLC to High and go from there, but it should work.
post #6345 of 7362
^ disabling C3 and C6 states should prevent the Offset idle voltage issue. These states drop the voltage a little more so by disabling them the idle voltage should remain at a stable level.
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post #6346 of 7362
Yup, now I only use CINEBENCH 11.5, Hyperpi32M and 3DMark CPU test benchmark to test stability of my procie smile.gif and when I was stable sometimes I play Dead Island Riptide or other games it crashed to desktop ... so I only added 1 - 2 step into Vcore and result is stable untill now and never crash again or BSOD or Freeze (3570K @4.7GHz with 1.31v).
Because Ivy is hotter than Sandy so for now I avoid Linpack test and Prime test biggrin.gif
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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.
Yup, now I only use CINEBENCH 11.5, Hyperpi32M and 3DMark CPU test benchmark to test stability of my procie smile.gif and when I was stable sometimes I play Dead Island Riptide or other games it crashed to desktop ... so I only added 1 - 2 step into Vcore and result is stable untill now and never crash again or BSOD or Freeze (3570K @4.7GHz with 1.31v).
Because Ivy is hotter than Sandy so for now I avoid Linpack test and Prime test biggrin.gif
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post #6348 of 7362

Hey guys are OEM CPUs generally ok to buy?

 

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7622550&csid=_61

I want to buy this tonight since it's cheap and I already have a cooler. I'm just wondering if OEM CPUs have more issues or something.

 

Thanks.

    
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post #6349 of 7362
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Hey guys are OEM CPUs generally ok to buy?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7622550&csid=_61
I want to buy this tonight since it's cheap and I already have a cooler. I'm just wondering if OEM CPUs have more issues or something.

Thanks.
OEM just means it's the CPU only and not with the heatsink / fan that comes with like in retail packaging..
usually you get the CPU in a tray packed in some padding.

think of it as a 'white box' type of deal.
post #6350 of 7362
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Originally Posted by eBombzor View Post

Hey guys are OEM CPUs generally ok to buy?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7622550&csid=_61
I want to buy this tonight since it's cheap and I already have a cooler. I'm just wondering if OEM CPUs have more issues or something.

Thanks.
You are in SoCal? You are not within driving distance to a Micro Center? They have the best prices on chips.
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