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Anyone knows when will they fix or if they will fix the vdroop issues with the bios update?
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Anyone knows when will they fix or if they will fix the vdroop issues with the bios update?

What vdroop issues? I did not realize there were any?
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Yeah what issue? Vdroop is normal built-in design.
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You guys still not realize Kitarist is a spammer?? =_=, help all of us out and report him. All he does is post senseless open ended questions.
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You guys still not realize Kitarist is a spammer?? =_=, help all of us out and report him. All he does is post senseless open ended questions.

I just ignore it, but when I saw that post this morning I was going to say something unkind.

Glad I restrained myself. tongue.gif
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hmmm this might be a dumb question - but did you guys disable speedstep in BIOS? I just read that some people do that...but when I followed the guide..I didn't see that mentioned. Also, was I suppose to disable IGPU? Thanks in advance for any advice.

I hate this lottery...im really reaching to find a reason why 4.4 on low voltage yields me about 82C max temp...though my idle temps look perfectly normal (30C). I honestly do think I have great airflow in my case... frown.gif

lol, wish I could get an exchange for free.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1265988/my-3570k-overclocking-test-log-heat-chart
Edited by malikq86 - 6/5/12 at 10:28am
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My guesses would be (1.) Ivy Bridge does not have good heat dissipation (TIM instead of solder under the cover), so you will see high temperatures at 4.4GHz, (2.) if you disable Speed Step, you'll be running at max clock all the time? Do you really want that? (3.) Yes, if you're not using Lucid Virtu or plugging anything to the integrated GPU port, do turn it off.
   
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My guesses would be (1.) Ivy Bridge does not have good heat dissipation (TIM instead of solder under the cover), so you will see high temperatures at 4.4GHz, (2.) if you disable Speed Step, you'll be running at max clock all the time? Do you really want that? (3.) Yes, if you're not using Lucid Virtu or plugging anything to the integrated GPU port, do turn it off.

+1 rep Thanks.

1. Yeah I agree. I've been googling other peoples temps..and it seems like quite a few hit 80C at 4.4...and redoing heatsink/thermal did not help them.

2. No, I don't want max clock all the time, ill leave it enabled.

3. Yeah, I don't need that. I'll disable in BIOS.
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Sorry for looking as a spammer and asking a lot of questions but i just want to make sure that i'll buy something thats "best for the money" and that it will work for a while smile.gif

The reason behind this is that i dont upgrade so often as some people in here and then i just search and ask a lot of questions before i decide to buy something.

The vdroop issue was mentinoed few posts back (something about not being accurate)

Anyway thanks for all your answers.
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I know when settings 1.35v I get a reading of 1.31v which pretty much sucks. When setting 1.39v fixed I get instant bsod for 4.5GHz on my 2500k

Which makes me feel like LOL.

Offset is doing pretty good.

It looks like I fixed my idle bsods so far raising the VTT voltage a bit. It looks like I have bad 1333MHz memory, or it is the board having lower voltages than normal... I haven't been able to test so far.

I might get 2133MHz memory for my 2500k maybe later if it's worth the extra raise in VTT voltage. I could always downclock it tongue.gif
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