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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 #7311 of 7362
Glad to hear you got it worked out.
post #7312 of 7362
Hi guys,
im a recent return to overclocking. my last platform was lga775.

I have a little thread going if any gurus could look and add any constructive feedback it would be appreciated smile.gifthumb.gif


http://www.overclock.net/t/1607258/asrock-z77-extreme-4-and-3570k-at-4700mhz-stable-settings/20#post_25415766
post #7313 of 7362
Just upgraded from I5 2500k to I7 3770k. I think i got very good overclocker - 4.6 only by multiplier stable in prime95. The only problem for now is my cooler. Until i change it i will stay 4.1GHz with offset -50mv, which correspond to max vcore 1.080V.
Edited by Belkov - 8/11/16 at 3:48am
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Just upgraded from I5 2500k to I7 3770k. I think i got very good overclocker - 4.6 only by multiplier stable in prime95. The only problem for now is my cooler. Until i change it i will stay 4.1GHz with offset -50mv, which correspond to max vcore 1.080V.

Congrats. I was in the same boat coming from an i5-2500K, but you got what I couldn't find. I went through a couple of delidded i7-3770Ks that wouldn't even reach 4.5 GHz at any voltage before I settled on a 5 GHz-capable i7-2600K that I'm now running at 4.6.
    
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Just upgraded from I5 2500k to I7 3770k. I think i got very good overclocker - 4.6 only by multiplier stable in prime95. The only problem for now is my cooler. Until i change it i will stay 4.1GHz with offset -50mv, which correspond to max vcore 1.080V.

Congrats. I was in the same boat coming from an i5-2500K, but you got what I couldn't find. I went through a couple of delidded i7-3770Ks that wouldn't even reach 4.5 GHz at any voltage before I settled on a 5 GHz-capable i7-2600K that I'm now running at 4.6.

Ah, that sucks to hear, but definitely a nice 2600k you got there! thumb.gif

I also would've loved to run my chip @ 5GHz 24/7 but my voltage wall comes @ 4.9GHz. I need <1.35V for 4.8 but 4.9 takes upwards of 1.44V, with 5.0 stable reaching up to nearly 1.6V (although I could actually boot at 5.2 with <1.6V for a bit of a suicide run). kookoo.gif
Right now I run it at 4.5GHz with 1.24Vcore, but I suppose that could be optimized a bit if I feel like it.
Edited by fragamemnon - 8/11/16 at 6:47am
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Ah, that sucks to hear, but definitely a nice 2600k you got there! thumb.gif

I also would've loved to run my chip @ 5GHz 24/7 but my voltage wall comes @ 4.9GHz. I need <1.35V for 4.8 but 4.9 takes upwards of 1.44V, with 5.0 stable reaching up to nearly 1.6V (although I could actually boot at 5.2 with <1.6V for a bit of a suicide run). kookoo.gif
Right now I run it at 4.5GHz with 1.24Vcore, but I suppose that could be optimized a bit if I feel like it.

What kinda temps you getting @ 1.24v?
post #7317 of 7362
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

Ah, that sucks to hear, but definitely a nice 2600k you got there! thumb.gif

I also would've loved to run my chip @ 5GHz 24/7 but my voltage wall comes @ 4.9GHz. I need <1.35V for 4.8 but 4.9 takes upwards of 1.44V, with 5.0 stable reaching up to nearly 1.6V (although I could actually boot at 5.2 with <1.6V for a bit of a suicide run). kookoo.gif
Right now I run it at 4.5GHz with 1.24Vcore, but I suppose that could be optimized a bit if I feel like it.

Thanks! I previously had my 2500K at 4.6GHz since 2011. This is my third 2600K in a month and a half. The first two couldn't safely reach 4.5GHz at 1.4V, so I backed off and ran them at 4.3 and 4.4 respectively while I had them. The first 3770K got up to 4.4GHz at 1.3, but no amount of voltage would get it to boot into Windows at 4.5. The second 3770K ran slightly cooler than the first one, but it also wouldn't boot into Windows at 4.5 up to 1.32, at which point I quit trying.

The previous owner of my current 2600K was able to get it to run 5GHz at 1.4V, so I bought it and gave up my Ivy Bridge experiment.

You've got a hell of a chip with that 3570K. My case would probably be engulfed in flames with those voltages.
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Congrats. I was in the same boat coming from an i5-2500K, but you got what I couldn't find. I went through a couple of delidded i7-3770Ks that wouldn't even reach 4.5 GHz at any voltage before I settled on a 5 GHz-capable i7-2600K that I'm now running at 4.6.

I, actually, did not need a good clocker... smile.gif I already stop to play with the hardware - moderate clocks are ok for me. But for such a good chip i will take a good cooler and will overclock it a little bit further. smile.gif
post #7319 of 7362
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Ah, that sucks to hear, but definitely a nice 2600k you got there! thumb.gif

I also would've loved to run my chip @ 5GHz 24/7 but my voltage wall comes @ 4.9GHz. I need <1.35V for 4.8 but 4.9 takes upwards of 1.44V, with 5.0 stable reaching up to nearly 1.6V (although I could actually boot at 5.2 with <1.6V for a bit of a suicide run). kookoo.gif
Right now I run it at 4.5GHz with 1.24Vcore, but I suppose that could be optimized a bit if I feel like it.

What kinda temps you getting @ 1.24v?

Under a prime95 blend test I get mid-50s, low-60s with an ambient of about 25-27oC. If I fold/BOINC and the loop is heated up, it can get somewhere around 65-68. Do note that these are the temps on three of my cores. Core 1 (the second one since they count as 0-3) is always about 10oC higher, but I've learned to disregard it as long as I don't let it near Tj Max.
In idle (no C-states so 4.5GHz without load) I can stay below or around the 30oC mark, but this XSPC waterblock is a bit old and there are better ones.
Also do note that currently my loop is a bit shortened as I only use the 2 RX360 but also one of the GPUs is gone. Overall maximum heat load while 24/7 usage is under 500W.

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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

Ah, that sucks to hear, but definitely a nice 2600k you got there! thumb.gif

I also would've loved to run my chip @ 5GHz 24/7 but my voltage wall comes @ 4.9GHz. I need <1.35V for 4.8 but 4.9 takes upwards of 1.44V, with 5.0 stable reaching up to nearly 1.6V (although I could actually boot at 5.2 with <1.6V for a bit of a suicide run). kookoo.gif
Right now I run it at 4.5GHz with 1.24Vcore, but I suppose that could be optimized a bit if I feel like it.

Thanks! I previously had my 2500K at 4.6GHz since 2011. This is my third 2600K in a month and a half. The first two couldn't safely reach 4.5GHz at 1.4V, so I backed off and ran them at 4.3 and 4.4 respectively while I had them. The first 3770K got up to 4.4GHz at 1.3, but no amount of voltage would get it to boot into Windows at 4.5. The second 3770K ran slightly cooler than the first one, but it also wouldn't boot into Windows at 4.5 up to 1.32, at which point I quit trying.

The previous owner of my current 2600K was able to get it to run 5GHz at 1.4V, so I bought it and gave up my Ivy Bridge experiment.

You've got a hell of a chip with that 3570K. My case would probably be engulfed in flames with those voltages.

I have a friend who has a 3570k and that CPU is an absolute sucker. Anything past 4.3 (which, mind you, takes no more than 1.3V) and it loses stability, regardless of all settings. I've even tried it on my motherboard. Now that is a bad clocker, haha.

Indeed, with such abysmal IPC difference there is no actual reason not to take the proven clocker, unless you mainly need PCI-E 3.0.
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I have a friend who has a 3570k and that CPU is an absolute sucker. Anything past 4.3 (which, mind you, takes no more than 1.3V) and it loses stability, regardless of all settings. I've even tried it on my motherboard. Now that is a bad clocker, haha.

Indeed, with such abysmal IPC difference there is no actual reason not to take the proven clocker, unless you mainly need PCI-E 3.0.

Heh, I think I was spoiled by getting 4.6GHz pretty easily with my 2500K back in 2011, so I expected any LGA115x Intel i5/i7 K-series chip would be able to reach that threshold. Five CPUs later, I could not have been more wrong. I was really starting to doubt my entire build after the second 3770K because even that wasn't stable at 4.4GHz after it crashed twice during gaming. I ended up running it at 4.3GHz at 1.30V.

I have a Z68 motherboard with SLI/Crossfire support, so unfortunately, I wouldn't have been able to take advantage of PCI-E 3.0 with a 3770K regardless. However, I'm only planning an upgrade to a single GTX 980 for now, so I don't have to worry about it.
    
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