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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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EDIT/UPDATE: 5GHz @ 1.4 is NOT stable...got a BSOD frown.gif I'm now testing 4.9GHz @ 1.33v.

Will post results soon.


After 2 sleepness of trying different voltages and even random ones...I present 5.0GHz @ 1.4v in Bios. Fails IBT and Linx because too hot (obviously) but passed 4hrs Prime95 blend and 3 hours of Dirt 3 and BF3. Stable for real world use in my opinion...but you guys can go ahead bash me that it's "not stable". Will try for 12 hours of Prime95 later this week when I don't need to use the computer.

Temps are a bit warm...but I buy a new CPU and Motherboard every 2 years just because I can afford it and just for fun anyways...so I'm just going to run it 24/7 like this biggrin.gif

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Edited by sean222 - 5/5/12 at 3:36pm
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I'm trying to figure out why my P8Z77-V Deluxe has no "shut down" temp in BIOs. I really don't want to have to run a software program 24/7 to avoid cooking my processor, and possibly melting my tubes causing a leak if my pump happened to fail.

I've had this processor at 105C for a few seconds and my computer did not shut down, leaves me believe it could just sit at the thermal throttling limit and heat up. My tubes are rated at 60C, and as long as water is moving through the loop they won't even get close to that even if the processor at 90C, but if the pump fails the water is just sitting there, 105C will definitely melt those tubes with water that is not moving.

Is there no solution? Why does a $290 motherboard not have shut down temps in the BIOS? I sent them a email and hopefully it's just well hidden.
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CPU Voltage 1.4

99C? 1.4v? Even if temps were fine I would not run 1.4v through Ivy. Even if I planned on buying a new processor in 2 years. 1.35v is the absolute MAX recommended, your quite a bit above that. I can bet your overclock will be unstable in a few months due to degradation. Either way, that's a golden Ivy chip... many can't get 5GHz to even boot, and the ones that can usually hit thermal throttling temps.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/5/12 at 2:25pm
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Finally! biggrin.gif

450

450

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Yes, I have spoken with munaim1 about this. I will be assisting him in compiling the data for that spreadsheet, which is due to include batch numbers this time around.
As Sam has suggested, we will be completing the spreadsheet for the Owners Thread here with validation of approximately 1 hour of Prime95.
Screenshot validation MUST include:
  1. RealTemp 3.70 (showing an up-time that matches or exceeds your Prime95 time)
  2. CPUID CPU-Z 1.60.1
  3. Prime95 (showing all worker windows, the current time of each worker, and the time the workers were started)
  4. Sticky Note with your OCN USERNAME, what COOLING you're using (either Air, High-end air, All-in-one Water, or Custom Water Loop), AMBIENT air temperature, and your BATCH NUMBER
* The current time of a worker minus the start time of the workers should be equal to or greater than 1 hour
** PLEASE evenly distribute the individual worker windows in the main Prime95 window by going to the menu bar at the top, clicking on "Window", then choosing "Tile" from the dropdown. This makes reading your screenies a little easier
*** If you do not know how to use Sticky Notes, press the windows key to open the start menu, type "sticky notes" in the search box, and Voila! it should appear.
Refer to my Original Post for a sample screenshot and further details.
If you have any questions, please feel free to PM me.

This is supposed to be an owners club though, if you start requiring prime 95 or IBT runs it won't be an owners club anymore, it will be another sandy stable club, just with lower requirements. You will probably lose the official owners club title so there can be an owners club where just owning an ivy bridge chip is required.
Can't really have an owners club if owning the hardware can't get you in...
    
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This is supposed to be an owners club though, if you start requiring prime 95 or IBT runs it won't be an owners club anymore, it will be another sandy stable club, just with lower requirements. You will probably lose the official owners club title so there can be an owners club where just owning an ivy bridge chip is required.
Can't really have an owners club if owning the hardware can't get you in...

So I'd have to do Prime 95 or IBT just to say I'm an owner? I have no real desire to OC for the time being. I just want to be able to play some games, not get obsessed with hitting 4ghz, Plus I don't even have an unlocked IVB processor.
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So I'd have to do Prime 95 or IBT just to say I'm an owner? I have no real desire to OC for the time being. I just want to be able to play some games, not get obsessed with hitting 4ghz, Plus I don't even have an unlocked IVB processor.

That's what it's looking like, but shouldn't be that way. Usually for an owners club you might need a validation, screeshot with cpu info, or photo of the hardware with a username. Some owners don't use prime95 or IBT, etc., so it really can't be a requirement for an official owner's club, & there's already an ivy stable club.
    
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That's what it's looking like, but shouldn't be that way. Usually for an owners club you might need a validation, screeshot with cpu info, or photo of the hardware with a username. Some owners don't use prime95 or IBT, etc., so it really can't be a requirement for an official owner's club, & there's already an ivy stable club.

I think Prime95 and real temps screenshots are only necessary to prove if you're running anything higher than stock clock. If you're running stock then you don't nedd to post prime and real temps screenshots.
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This thread doesn't need competition-caliber validation, IMO. It's just an Owner's thread... not a stable club as FtW alluded. That and an hour of Prime95 is an hour I could be folding smile.gif
    
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That would work, owner's who don't run prime could still be in the owner's club at least.
    
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After 2 sleepness of trying different voltages and even random ones...I present 5.0GHz @ 1.4v in Bios. Fails IBT and Linx because too hot (obviously) but passed 4hrs Prime95 blend and 3 hours of Dirt 3 and BF3. Stable for real world use in my opinion...but you guys can go ahead bash me that it's "not stable". Will try for 12 hours of Prime95 later this week when I don't need to use the computer.
Temps are a bit warm...but I buy a new CPU and Motherboard every 2 years just because I can afford it and just for fun anyways...so I'm just going to run it 24/7 like this biggrin.gif

Yeah I would try 12 hrs of prime95 just to try it. You can't bump a bit more voltage?? I know that stress testing and stability test are trying to toast the chip. When I was running stability test for 4.9Ghz, I was maxing 82C, but it was 62C on gaming which means I got a lot more room for OCing for real world use. I am currently at 1.37v for 4.9 with 12 hrs of prime blend. Tomorrow, I will try to reach 5Ghz with atleast 1.4v. I would say it is almost stable as it is now. If you don't crash in games and at idle then your good. You are not always going to run it on full mode unless you are folding. Good job btw! thumb.gif
   
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