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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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post #841 of 7362
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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

I would call it stable if you passed after 12 hours. If you passed after 12 hours on 27.4 and all the sudden you failed after only 2 hours on 27.7, I would discard that version. It might be something wrong with version 27.7.

Or the other way around? 27.4 was released before Ivy Bridge so could be that it does not work the way it's supposed to do.
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I started to fish through some of the posts here, but got lazy biggrin.gif

anyone running a 3570k with a high end air cooler? (noctua, silver arrow, phanteks)

I have a phantek in the mail and am going to pick up the chip at microcenter this weekend I was just curious what kind of overclocking I will be able to do.

thanks!
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Here's what I ended up staying with.
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h428/MrCamil/thoughtIwasdonelol.png
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I haven't read threw this much but how does that compare to others? I'm just curious if that's good core voltage for the overclock I got.
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Here's what I ended up staying with.
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h428/MrCamil/thoughtIwasdonelol.png
thoughtIwasdonelol.png
I haven't read threw this much but how does that compare to others? I'm just curious if that's good core voltage for the overclock I got.

That's a great voltage for 4.8GHz and the temps are nice and cool. I bet you can reach 5GHz with the max temps under 90C. What is your batch?
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Batch# 3205C109

I might try for 5.0 GHz but I'm pretty happy with what I have now seeing that the temps stay so low.
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post #846 of 7362
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Originally Posted by Eggy88 View Post

Or the other way around? 27.4 was released before Ivy Bridge so could be that it does not work the way it's supposed to do.

My thoughts exactly.

People should be using Prime95 27.7 for Ivy. No real reason not too.
Edited by Murlocke - 5/8/12 at 9:11am
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post #847 of 7362
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My thoughts exactly.
People should be using Prime96 27.7 for Ivy. No real reason not too.

Where do you see that? I only see V.266 on main page
http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/
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Where do you see that? I only see V.266 on main page
http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/

http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=16779
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Or the other way around? 27.4 was released before Ivy Bridge so could be that it does not work the way it's supposed to do.

My thoughts exactly.

People should be using Prime95 27.7 for Ivy. No real reason not too.

What the hell is the point though? If you ran 12 hours blend on the old version with no issues, and you've been using your computer with absolutely zero stability issues, whether it be gaming, or folding, or just browsing... why does using a newer version that crashes and requires you to throw more voltage at your chip become a good idea?

Flawed logic is flawed.

Not trying to be confrontational, but it just seems silly.
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What the hell is the point though? If you ran 12 hours blend on the old version with no issues, and you've been using your computer with absolutely zero stability issues, whether it be gaming, or folding, or just browsing... why does using a newer version that crashes and requires you to throw more voltage at your chip become a good idea?
Flawed logic is flawed.
Not trying to be confrontational, but it just seems silly.

No, there are additional logic to Ivy Bridge that is not used in the older versions of Prime. If you don't test the new logic as well you might miss a stability issue. Basically you don't use all of your CPU during the stress test.
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