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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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  • 50% of voters (692)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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post #7021 of 7362
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

is the Asus RMA really that bad? I've been on multiple forums lately reading multiple threads and just been seeing more complaints than compliments

Asus rma is disgusting. It's awful. I have had 3 rma's and each time it took forever and once they even lost my gpu. There facebook are flooded with horrible rma stories.
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Asus rma is disgusting. It's awful. I have had 3 rma's and each time it took forever and once they even lost my gpu. There facebook are flooded with horrible rma stories.
I found them okay for laptops, but they still took much longer and were less easy to deal with vs dell (the only other company I've ever had to RMA a part for).
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Hi there,

Seeing clocks, vcore, temps and all that stuff from people here on the forums, I keep wondering if I got the bad chip of the tray, as of now, I just can get 4.4 @ 1.21v for my lidded-3770k, and if I target 4.5, cannot set nothing below 1.26v.
Got a H80 on it, seated with liquidcoolaboratory ultra, push-pulling with 2 NF-F12 as front intake.

Don't know what to think, as with this setup I'm getting 60ºC average after several 1 hour Prime95 runs (which I consider pretty good).
On idleing/normal activity, get temps on a 27ºC - 40ºC range (that's a 33º average).

That's with turbo disabled, core and cpu LLC set to extreme.

Room temp is around 20ºC

Would someone give me some feedback about it all?

Thanks in advance!
    
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post #7024 of 7362
You could stop worrying about the voltage and instead only look at temperatures. You might get another 300 MHz out of it, I'm guessing. You should be prepared to need +0.05V or more for every added 100 MHz at this point. Your CPU would run at 4.7 GHz at the end, temperatures perhaps still below 85 C in your prime95 stress testing.

Try setting LLC to "Turbo" instead of "Extreme". The voltage used while running prime95 will be a bit lower than what it currently uses, but you might need to increase the vcore setting a little. "Extreme" increases voltage a little under full load, "Turbo" keeps the voltage completely flat and constant, as far as I know.

EDIT: You know... what I'm suggesting is perhaps a little crazy. You should be aware of that. It's perhaps dangerous, running the CPU at 1.35V all the time. Additionally, if the room gets to 30 C on summer days, and you're testing things now, you have to keep this in mind. If you are seeing something like 80 C now, the same situation will be 90 C in a 30 C room.
Edited by deepor - 1/14/14 at 1:10pm
post #7025 of 7362
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Originally Posted by josear33 View Post

Hi there,

Seeing clocks, vcore, temps and all that stuff from people here on the forums, I keep wondering if I got the bad chip of the tray, as of now, I just can get 4.4 @ 1.21v for my lidded-3770k, and if I target 4.5, cannot set nothing below 1.26v.
Got a H80 on it, seated with liquidcoolaboratory ultra, push-pulling with 2 NF-F12 as front intake.

Don't know what to think, as with this setup I'm getting 60ºC average after several 1 hour Prime95 runs (which I consider pretty good).
On idleing/normal activity, get temps on a 27ºC - 40ºC range (that's a 33º average).

That's with turbo disabled, core and cpu LLC set to extreme.

Room temp is around 20ºC

Would someone give me some feedback about it all?

Thanks in advance!
That's perfectly normal... Every chip gets the the clock where it needs much more vcore for a 100mhz bump..
You have a chip that i'm sure everybody would be happy having..
1.26v at 4.5ghz is amazing, if youre looking for a chip better than that your going to need 6 numbers for the lottery cause you already won with 5 smile.gif
  
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post #7026 of 7362
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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

You could stop worrying about the voltage and instead only look at temperatures. You might get another 300 MHz out of it, I'm guessing. You should be prepared to need +0.05V or more for every added 100 MHz at this point. Your CPU would run at 4.7 GHz at the end, temperatures perhaps still below 85 C in your prime95 stress testing.

Try setting LLC to "Turbo" instead of "Extreme". The voltage used while running prime95 will be a bit lower than what it currently uses, but you might need to increase the vcore setting a little. "Extreme" increases voltage a little under full load, "Turbo" keeps the voltage completely flat and constant, as far as I know.

EDIT: You know... what I'm suggesting is perhaps a little crazy. You should be aware of that. It's perhaps dangerous, running the CPU at 1.35V all the time. Additionally, if the room gets to 30 C on summer days, and you're testing things now, you have to keep this in mind. If you are seeing something like 80 C now, the same situation will be 90 C in a 30 C room.

Thanks, I always try to keep in mind that is delta temps what we're treating here. I'll set LLC to turbo, and report back after testing. I'll raise a little the multiplier and the vcore as well and see how it goes, getting 4.6 on the 70ºC (fingers crossed) range would still be comfortable to me

EDIT: I should state that I'm reporting absolute core temps, not delta. Just wanted to note that I'm aware of how environment affects the system.
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That's perfectly normal... Every chip gets the the clock where it needs much more vcore for a 100mhz bump..
You have a chip that i'm sure everybody would be happy having..
1.26v at 4.5ghz is amazing, if youre looking for a chip better than that your going to need 6 numbers for the lottery cause you already won with 5 smile.gif

Thanks, I'm glad to hear that. I was a little worried about it, as in many ivy reviews saw people getting stock clocks on pretty low voltages, and knowing that temps go in a non-linear scale with ivy as voltage raises, I thought I made the wrong choice going on 3770k for overclocking.

I know 4,4-4,5 is quite a conservative overclock for a 'k' chip, but on a future I plan getting a new case for a custom loop (thought of a corsair 540) with 240 rads, as right now I cannot install one of those without modding the case (I'm sporting a Z11 plus).

By the way, on a custom single loop (just CPU) with a 240 rad, do you have an estimation of what improvement to expect?

Thanks in advance!
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I have a 3770K that does 4.5GHz on 1.20V under LOAD, possibly it can go lower on the voltage.

Also runs pretty cool with 74C max core temperature under P95 stress test ( Noctua NH-D14, no delid ).

I wonder how it stands on good-average-bad chart for 3770K processors.


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I have a 3770K that does 4.5GHz on 1.20V under LOAD, possibly it can go lower on the voltage.

Also runs pretty cool with 74C max core temperature under P95 stress test ( Noctua NH-D14, no delid ).

I wonder how it stands on good-average-bad chart for 3770K processors.


CHEERS..

If it runs at 4.5 Ghz with 1.2V i would say your CPU is in the upper 25% (very good)

I just got myself a Swifttech H220 to overclock my 3570k a bit more.
The overclock i stayed with for a long time was 4.5Ghz @1.208V, unfortunatly my CPU needs a quiet high increase in Voltage for 4.6Ghz.
Right now im stability testing at 4.6Ghz on 1.248V, seems to be stable so far.

Temperatures at 4.6 Ghz are 65/72/73/66 °C Maximum, most of the time cores 1&4 are hovering at about 62°C and cores 2&4 at 68°C.
I really hate that i get a 5°C temperature difference between those cores, but there is nothing i can really do about that (im no fan of delidding tongue.gif) biggrin.gif
Also the temps look a bit high to me (I mean, H220, i expected more ^^) but i only got a 1°C increase in temps on all cores going from 4.5 to 4.6 Ghz, so i got that going for me which is nice biggrin.gif
Edited by Richi3 - 1/17/14 at 6:52am
post #7029 of 7362
My 3770K/P8Z77-I Deluxe.

Does 4.8 at 1.248 under load, but temps get off the charts.

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Can someone answer me fast? What is original voltage for i7 3770 non-k ?
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