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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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post #6361 of 7362
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I was thinking of getting a H100i
Tomorrow does anyone think I should get something else?

H80i or H100i either are good for temps especially if you plan to overclock.
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H80i or H100i either are good for temps especially if you plan to overclock.
I will get one tomorrow then..Thank you.thumb.gif
 
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I will get one tomorrow then..Thank you.thumb.gif
I would save a little while longer and get a custom kit. If you stick to just cooling the cpu, h100 should be ok, but if you get water on the brain and want to do your gpu, you will regret getting the h100 instead of a kit. Also kit with individual components will be able to upgrade or replace any faulty parts easier. That h100 dies, it's done, you would have to buy another one
    
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Whats the max voltage you wanna go on a 3770k for daily use. i was thinking 1.4 was max but i don't know
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Whats the max voltage you wanna go on a 3770k for daily use. i was thinking 1.4 was max but i don't know
Your chip is degrading all the time, and electromigration increases with heat and voltage that comes from ocing. Without ocing a chip they usually last far longer than anyone wants to keep them, so with normal ocing you should still get many years out of the chip.

Since Ivy is not very old, we don’t know what will make it last less than three years, everyone is just estimating. From everything I have seen, I would say <1.35 is fine, 1.35-1.40 you want good temps, 1.40-1.45 you want really good temps, 1.45-1.50 you need great temps and might be taking on extra risk, and 1.50+ I would not recommend for 24/7.
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^ agree.
1.35 for air.
1.4 for water, more so custom loop than aio.

Anything higher is better for benching but not 24/7 unless you take extra steps such as delidding.
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Just joined! here is the CPU-Z Validation link. http://valid.canardpc.com/2821226
Haven't OC'd yet though...
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Just joined! here is the CPU-Z Validation link. http://valid.canardpc.com/2821226
Haven't OC'd yet though...
Someone needs to turn eist off wink.gif
   
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Someone needs to turn eist off wink.gif
I know... its a new build and all the drivers are barley installed. will get round to it
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I have upgraded from an old 1055t (it died...) to an 3570k on an Asus P8Z77-V, and i would like to get some feedback on what to improve because im pretty new to Intel Overclocking tongue.gif
Not new to Overclocking, but there are TONS of voltages and frequencies, compared to my old mainboard where you had one Setting for Voltage ^^

So lets begin with my first overclocking endevours on ivy bridge biggrin.gif
After I booted up the System for the first time and after i made sure everything works stable I just was curious how easy it would be to hit 4 Ghz (btw. 4Ghz was HILARIOUS for me on my old AMD Platform;) )
So i rebooted, upped the multi to x40 and done. I didn't change anything else....

After running this setup for like two weeks i wanted to see what my CPU was capable of...
So i did some "Eco-Overclocking" by lowering the Voltage. It ended being 4Ghz with 0,976 Volts. I would work even on a lower voltage, but random V-Drops (~0,05V) made my PC bluescreen while running Prime.

Right now my CPU runs at 4,4Ghz at ~1.2V. It could even run at 1.16V but below that it is getting unstable, and so I got myself some extra voltage fuctuation headroom by setting the LLC to high (1.16V under load with medium LLC) tongue.gif
I belive my offset is at +0,35V (I don't know the exact setting, and I am to lazy to restart and get in the BIOS xD ) The weird thing is that I need more voltage for games etc. eventhough games do not load the CPU as much as Prime does (as far as I know rolleyes.gif )
If you have any suggestions on how to get the CPU more stabel at lower voltages feel free to text me tongue.gif

My BIOS setting are prettymuch default other then the CPU Voltage, Multiplier and Digi+ Power Control. I dont want to play with settings I dont even know what they are for ^^
The voltage is set at Offset-Mode +0.35V, multi at x44 obviously, LLC is at "high" and Current Capability is at a 140%
And sorry for my English, I bet there are tons of Spelling Mistakes tongue.gif

For those who are curious about my System: http://www.sysprofile.de/id175898
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