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I highly doubt that the 1600 was the "avoided" one - more like the 1333 one - that's because the difference, back a year ago between 1333 and 1600 was minimal.
But the difference between 1600 and 1866+ was huge (not so much nowadays)

Are you prime stable with that huge OC?
-30 timing is very loose I must say.
I could try bringing it down but even the official 2133 patriot ram runs at 11-11-11-30. Plus the tut I followed said to add up the 3 timings and add one if it isn't an even number. And then he said few found that he got better pefromance by adding 2 to his final 4th timing. I just took his word for it. I didn't see any differences in benchmarks either when I listed it to 28 or increased to 32
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I could try bringing it down but even the official 2133 patriot ram runs at 11-11-11-30. Plus the tut I followed said to add up the 3 timings and add one if it isn't an even number. And then he said few found that he got better pefromance by adding 2 to his final 4th timing. I just took his word for it. I didn't see any differences in benchmarks either when I listed it to 28 or increased to 32

fair enough - but are you stable?
I mean I can run my un-willing corsair vengeance at 2100, but it BSODs or even at 1866 and it fails in prime.
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I could try bringing it down but even the official 2133 patriot ram runs at 11-11-11-30. Plus the tut I followed said to add up the 3 timings and add one if it isn't an even number. And then he said few found that he got better pefromance by adding 2 to his final 4th timing. I just took his word for it. I didn't see any differences in benchmarks either when I listed it to 28 or increased to 32
Got a link to ram guide, I like to read it .

For Ivy in real world app there not much increase once you get above 1866 , even 1600 if timings are tight .
Now if you want bench marks then yes, faster ram helps , and if your using Igpu too .

On Haswell once you get into 2400 range it can affect your CPU OC so best not to push it to far for everyday use , At least that is what I take from all reviews around .
Haswell can run higher memory speeds but will or can affect OC, just like OC your Kepler GPU , if you go to high on ram side it can affect core side .

Edit: Just checked your ram link , since your populating all memory slots I would definitely run 1.55v+ on ram .

Very surprised you can clock like 4 levels of OC on these, generally just one or 2 is very good .
Edited by Edkiefer - 1/8/14 at 10:49am
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Recently swapped out my 3570k for this 3770k. Pretty happy with the overclock and temps biggrin.gif.10 minute ftt lengths 12+ hours. No WHEA warnings or errors. 20-22C ambient.
Edited by bkirk - 1/8/14 at 11:53am
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Recently swapped out my 3570k for this 3770k. Pretty happy with the overclock and temps biggrin.gif.10 minute ftt lengths 12+ hours. No WHEA warnings or errors. 20-22C ambient.
very nice man! Out of interest what cooler do you use and what were your max temps on your i5? @ what voltage?
Just curious to see temp difference of the i5 & i7.
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very nice man! Out of interest what cooler do you use and what were your max temps on your i5? @ what voltage?
Just curious to see temp difference of the i5 & i7.
I'm using a noctua nh-d14 with the included nt-h1. I didnt push my 3570k very far because i was using the zalman cnps9700 that i recycled through multiple builds. I only took my 3570k up 4.3 @ ~1.17 with the old cooler due to high temps. I don't recall my max temps because it had been so long since i had stress tested it. Didn't have a chance to test it out with the noctua because it sold almost instantly on ebay. I really did not need to upgrade, but it hardly cost me anything to upgrade to this 3770k.
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I'm using a noctua nh-d14 with the included nt-h1. I didnt push my 3570k very far because i was using the zalman cnps9700 that i recycled through multiple builds. I only took my 3570k up 4.3 @ ~1.17 with the old cooler due to high temps. I don't recall my max temps because it had been so long since i had stress tested it. Didn't have a chance to test it out with the noctua because it sold almost instantly on ebay. I really did not need to upgrade, but it hardly cost me anything to upgrade to this 3770k.

fair enough - how much was your cost of upgrades?
I7 is beautiful - especially with recent games nowadays utilising more threads, that extra cost will pay itself off, trust me smile.gif!

You might want to look into de-lidding btw.
I know you're fine at that voltage and under extreme (p95) conditions, only hitting around 80c - but you could hit around 60c or possibly 55c whilst being de-lidded, under the same conditions thumb.gif
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Got a link to ram guide, I like to read it .

For Ivy in real world app there not much increase once you get above 1866 , even 1600 if timings are tight .
Now if you want bench marks then yes, faster ram helps , and if your using Igpu too .

On Haswell once you get into 2400 range it can affect your CPU OC so best not to push it to far for everyday use , At least that is what I take from all reviews around .
Haswell can run higher memory speeds but will or can affect OC, just like OC your Kepler GPU , if you go to high on ram side it can affect core side .

Edit: Just checked your ram link , since your populating all memory slots I would definitely run 1.55v+ on ram .

Very surprised you can clock like 4 levels of OC on these, generally just one or 2 is very good .
Yea, I was expecting to crash just like in that author's video. But mines actually booted.
Wasn't actually a written up guide like this one. Just a beginner's youtube video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kNWMfAaVj0
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Originally Posted by bkirk View Post

I'm using a noctua nh-d14 with the included nt-h1. I didnt push my 3570k very far because i was using the zalman cnps9700 that i recycled through multiple builds. I only took my 3570k up 4.3 @ ~1.17 with the old cooler due to high temps. I don't recall my max temps because it had been so long since i had stress tested it. Didn't have a chance to test it out with the noctua because it sold almost instantly on ebay. I really did not need to upgrade, but it hardly cost me anything to upgrade to this 3770k.

Arghh I'm so jealous of you guys and your low voltages. My CPU takes up 1.348V to run 4.8GHz. and over 1.45V to go to 5.0GHz, and one of my core's thermal sensor seems to be off. (It's 10 degrees lower than the rest).
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fair enough - how much was your cost of upgrades?
I7 is beautiful - especially with recent games nowadays utilising more threads, that extra cost will pay itself off, trust me smile.gif!

You might want to look into de-lidding btw.
I know you're fine at that voltage and under extreme (p95) conditions, only hitting around 80c - but you could hit around 60c or possibly 55c whilst being de-lidded, under the same conditions thumb.gif

cost of upgrade was $40 USD thumb.gif. I have looked into de-lidding and i am considering it at some point.
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cost of upgrade was $40 USD thumb.gif. I have looked into de-lidding and i am considering it at some point.

give-away at that price - nice!
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