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I've never used Sandy before so a move from sk775 to Ivy is a huge step for me. I still want to run it default for couple days before trying to OC but I don't understand the speed in CPU-Z.

I run everything default. i5 3570k default is 3.4Ghz, why is it jumping up to 3.6Ghz,3.7Ghz?? Vcore jumps up and down from 1.0X to 1.1X...I don't install Asus' Auto Tune. Is this normal?

The temperatures aren't nice either. I think I will reinstall my V6GT. Idle already ~45*C.
Edited by Sk1nNy - 4/29/12 at 10:53am
    
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It jumps, because that CPU (the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge) has a feature called Turbo Boost. It boost your CPU clock speed, when the CPU needs more clock speed, is a auto-overclocking.I think it boost the clock speed, when applications are using 2 or 1 of CPU cores, i am not sure, i don't remember the Turbo Boost feature explained anymore back then when was explained in the 1st Intel Core. It's all good. If you want you could disable it from the UEFI (oops, BIOS).
The idle temps are good.

Usually some motherboards, by default they put some higher CPU voltage than normal, you could decrease the voltage a little from the BIOS, and could help decreasing the temps.
Edited by CalinTM - 4/29/12 at 11:00am
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It jumps, because that CPU (the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge) has a feature called Turbo Boost. It boost your CPU clock speed, when the CPU needs more clock speed, is a auto-overclocking.I think it boost the clock speed, when applications are using 2 or 1 of CPU cores, i am not sure, i don't remember the Turbo Boost feature explained anymore back then when was explained in the 1st Intel Core. It's all good. If you want you could disable it from the UEFI (oops, BIOS).
The idle temps are good.
Usually some motherboards, by default they put some higher CPU voltage than normal, you could decrease the voltage a little from the BIOS, and could help decreasing the temps.

Thanks. I got it under control biggrin.gif

I need some others who use i5 3570k to confirm the idle temperature. Mine is quite high despite I'm running everything default mad.gif
    
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What is your room temperature ? And where is your PC located ?
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Thanks. I got it under control biggrin.gif
I need some others who use i5 3570k to confirm the idle temperature. Mine is quite high despite I'm running everything default mad.gif

I know I don't have the 3570k, but I have the 3770k. Mine idles around anywhere from 25-30C using Realtemp.

Currently at 4.5Ghz @ 1.19v
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I would re-seat your cooler. Hope this helps!
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What is your room temperature ? And where is your PC located ?
My room temperature around 26-28*C. In my room actually, with open case.
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I know I don't have the 3570k, but I have the 3770k. Mine idles around anywhere from 25-30C using Realtemp.
Currently at 4.5Ghz @ 1.19v
I would re-seat your cooler. Hope this helps!

I've just replaced V6GT with VenomousX Black and the temperature still quite the same,and not even OC.... I can't believe it is this bad!!! ohno-smiley.gif
    
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My room temperature around 26-28*C. In my room actually, with open case.
I've just replaced V6GT with VenomousX Black and the temperature still quite the same,and not even OC.... I can't believe it is this bad!!! ohno-smiley.gif

Your room is pretty hot, your temps aren't likely to get much better
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Your room is pretty hot, your temps aren't likely to get much better

Yeah. I've just test full load with prime95 for a while and mostly the core temperatures are around 55-57-59.

Gotta get some sleep, will test OC later tomorrow thumb.gif

/As long as it OC superb, then I'll be happy. No need to be cool and freezy biggrin.gif
    
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Sometimes it's better for the CPU to heat up a little. Just think about this. Let's be serious, we are in 2012, this CPU's are very powerful, complicated, and they likely live a loong life time, even on 24/7 (non-stop) with a average of 73 degrees. Think about it,you will probably upgrade to a new CPU, in 2-4 years(max) and the CPU can live probably 16 years in almost extreme conditions, this means heat, average 60+ degrees. So isn't a problem.

In other words, when your CPU will have even the chance to speak his last words, you will have upgraded to a new CPU long time ago. wink.gif
So your CPU can't break due to little more heat, in your upgrading life time (2-4 years).
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Quote:
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Sometimes it's better for the CPU to heat up a little. Just think about this. Let's be serious, we are in 2012, this CPU's are very powerful, complicated, and they likely live a loong life time, even on 24/7 (non-stop) with a average of 73 degrees. Think about it,you will probably upgrade to a new CPU, in 2-4 years(max) and the CPU can live probably 16 years in almost extreme conditions, this means heat, average 60+ degrees. So isn't a problem.
In other words, when your CPU will have even the chance to speak his last words, you will have upgraded to a new CPU long time ago. wink.gif
So your CPU can't break due to little more heat, in your upgrading life time (2-4 years).

Even still, high temps are going to hold your overclocking back, which is what he's going for in this case
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