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Not long enough, but enough to see the difference post de-lidding.
My aim is to sit on a stable 5.0ghz with my 2666mhz ram. Dno if thats achievable but i hope so.
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I think it is possible with 3770k.

Your temps look good.
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But IB is hard to cool and you don't have to go Rambo delidding SB to get decent temps.

Some people kick ass like RAMBO every day for a living and delidding isn't that big a deal. It definitely is not for the faint of heart and requires a steady hand and patience and preparation to pull off but its really not that hard to do.
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Prime95-ing at the moment... Using my phone to post..
Testing at 4.8ghz @ 1.336v
Max temp 78c from 105c+, before de-lidding i had to stop prime cause of tjmax 105c
Will post screenies shortly.
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So can you run a lower voltage...seems a bit much.
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Wat r u using to stress test?
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Some people kick ass like RAMBO every day for a living and delidding isn't that big a deal. It definitely is not for the faint of heart and requires a steady hand and patience and preparation to pull off but its really not that hard to do.


Hmm, looks at title of thread...
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Hmm, looks at title of thread...


Well I think the OP now feels more confident about doing it.
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I've read that before from a number of reviews. Clock for clock IB 3570k/3770k is 200mhz more powerful than 2500k/2600k/2700k. The main difference is that IB doesn't require as much voltage to go fast and it heats up more.
On a side note I have been looking at many temps between i5-3570k and i7-3770k and it seems like -i7-3770k runs cooler.

3570K runs quite much cooler than the 3770k due to the lesser 2m cache per core and no HT support. You just said the opposite.
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Well I think the OP now feels more confident about doing it.


Rofl, you're unreal.
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3570K runs quite much cooler than the 3770k due to the lesser 2m cache per core and no HT support. You just said the opposite.


From what I have seen 3570k runs hotter and doesn't clock as high.
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3570K runs quite much cooler than the 3770k due to the lesser 2m cache per core and no HT support. You just said the opposite.


From what I have seen 3570k runs hotter and doesn't clock as high.

From data ive seen, ive noticed that the 3570k isnt as good as the 2500k was in its era.
Intel have used the better binned chips as the 3770k and used the "worse" chips as 3570k.



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