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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 #6371 of 7362
Richi3,
Overclocking Ivy on an Asus motherboard is made easy if you follow the guide in the first post of this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

Please take the time to read through the guide, and open up each section and screenshot. All the bios setting changes are shown for you. The only thing you don’t copy is your ram speed/timings/voltage which are specific to your ram.

Any questions you may have, you can ask them in that thread.
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Are these temperatures good for a non-delided 3570k on small ffts? When doing anything other than prime it doesn't pass 60c. Will i gain much from deliding? I am not so sure whether i want or need to take the risk, hmmm.
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[IMG ALT=""]Are these temperatures good for a non-delided 3570k on small ffts? When doing anything other than prime it doesn't pass 60c. Will i gain much from deliding? I am not so sure whether i want orneed to take the risk, hmmm.
You are fine where you are now with temps, you could even go to 4.5 if you don’t mind the higher temps, but you would be well into the 80s. If you are sure your chip needs 1.28v for 4.4 then I am not sure it is worth delidding unless you just want lower temps.

You should delid if you want a higher oc and your temps are holding you back, or you just want lower temps. Your chips is voltage hungry so even with lower temps you will not be able to go much higher than 4.6 or so.

So you are fine where you are, and delidding will get you better temps and the choice to go a little higher with your oc, but since your chip is voltage hungry it is a toss-up weather you should delid.
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Yup it definitely needs voltage to clock, unless i am doing something terribly wrong... These are my temps with 1.33volts at 4.5ghz



+ 6-8 degrees

By the way my board is the MSI gd-65, haven't seen any overclocking guide for that board :|
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post #6375 of 7362
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Yup it definitely needs voltage to clock, unless i am doing something terribly wrong... These are my temps with 1.33volts at 4.5ghz
+ 6-8 degrees
By the way my board is the MSI gd-65, haven't seen any overclocking guide for that board :|
That makes it much harder if you don’t have an oc guide. The only thing I can suggest if you can’t find one, or someone around here can’t give you specifics for you mobo, is read these two guides and find the equivalent changes in your bios:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

That voltage and temps are what I would expect. So you can live at 4.4 or 4.5 if you want. You can drop 10-20c with delidding, but 4.7 could take 1.45v which is a tad high so you might only get 4.6 with delidding, but you will get a good temp drop no matter what.
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post #6376 of 7362
Where is this ASUS OCing guide you guys are talking about?
 
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Ivy Overclocking Guide. Question - When I first booted up and ran some mem benches I was reaching 28gb/s on my ram. Now I'm only reaching 21-22 gb/s on same ram. Is Intel driver or Asmedia driver affecting my read / write times? Is one better than the other?
    
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Where is this ASUS OCing guide you guys are talking about?
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Ivy Overclocking Guide. Question - When I first booted up and ran some mem benches I was reaching 28gb/s on my ram. Now I'm only reaching 21-22 gb/s on same ram. Is Intel driver or Asmedia driver affecting my read / write times? Is one better than the other?
A sata controller driver cant have any influence on memory bandwidth, the memory bus is directly between the ram and cpu memory controller after all.
   
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