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Post Delidded Ivy @ 4800
Here is a Benchmark illustrating the extreme demands of Intels Burn Test Compared to Cinebench11.5
On the CPU Temp Graph the first test was Cinebench with long consistentish levels compared to IBT spiky cycling.
Some of the Old Stand-By Tests Can damage newer Processors are not validated- beware!
devil.gifIF IT AINT BROKE THEN YOU DIDN'T OVERCLOCK IT ENOUGHTdevil.gif
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

I really don't want to post anymore on this because I know no one want to read it. However, just to be clear, I will address the issue. Joa3d43 posts have become more and more condescending, reread his posts by hearing the meaning not just reading the words.

He is reasonably eloquent in choosing his words, but since I have had jobs where corporate communications get scrutinized carefully, you do not read the words, you read between the lines.

Obviously I made a mistake in my choice of words in the one post, didn't mean to, just a mistake. The following rant by Joa3d43 was very personal and very specific in its condescension and attack on me. Disagreements and even very heated debate is fine, I used to have a job where we screamed at each other most of the day wearing silly colored coats - I am no stranger to that.

Direct, carefully crafted, and very personal attacks on another club member, however are unacceptable. Since his post was not commented on by anyone, my assumption was that it was considered acceptable here. No big deal, just don't want to be part of that. Thanks and good luck in the future.

I didn't comment cause I felt it wasn't exactly my business, and was at work relatively busy...but I don't think it's that big of a deal.
I've had some arguments and debates with many forum members and almost always we end up coming to an agreement of sorts, like for instance our buddy Belial...He or Hokies can have a "bad" attitude, or make it sound like they are condescending when in reality it's just their way of expressing themselves via text...for example, I've pm'd with Belial for a while and he's nothing like that really.
But you don't have to get along with someone if it just happens to don't "feel" right, nor should you be forced to leave this club for that.
Your choice man, hope you can get along eventually...thumb.gif
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9685x0ORYjI

This video is the best explaination of why heat is such an obstacle for the ivy bridge and why i decided to delid.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'm gonna give that xtu thing a try once I get my 3770k...gotta wait a week. tongue.gif

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I'll need to have another look at it when I get home from work as I'm not seeing nearly half the settings that appear on a lot of the screenshots I've found for the program through google. I have the manual tuning option, but I don't have any of the sub-meneu levels for processor, memory or voltages.

...I think you have to turn those sub menus on separately, usually by clicking 'o.k.' to the legal stuff which comes on screen...then there is also 'profiles' - my fauvorite - that's where you save your favourite, stress-tested settings and where XTU shines as it controls various unseen parameters to work together in a profile

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I didn't comment cause I felt it wasn't exactly my business, and was at work relatively busy...but I don't think it's that big of a deal.
I've had some arguments and debates with many forum members and almost always we end up coming to an agreement of sorts, like for instance our buddy Belial...He or Hokies can have a "bad" attitude, or make it sound like they are condescending when in reality it's just their way of expressing themselves via text...for example, I've pm'd with Belial for a while and he's nothing like that really.
But you don't have to get along with someone if it just happens to don't "feel" right, nor should you be forced to leave this club for that.
Your choice man, hope you can get along eventually...thumb.gif
agreed
post #13806 of 34072
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

I really don't want to post anymore on this because I know no one want to read it. However, just to be clear, I will address the issue. Joa3d43 posts have become more and more condescending, reread his posts by hearing the meaning not just reading the words.

He is reasonably eloquent in choosing his words, but since I have had jobs where corporate communications get scrutinized carefully, you do not read the words, you read between the lines.

Obviously I made a mistake in my choice of words in the one post, didn't mean to, just a mistake. The following rant by Joa3d43 was very personal and very specific in its condescension and attack on me. Disagreements and even very heated debate is fine, I used to have a job where we screamed at each other most of the day wearing silly colored coats - I am no stranger to that.

Direct, carefully crafted, and very personal attacks on another club member, however are unacceptable. Since his post was not commented on by anyone, my assumption was that it was considered acceptable here. No big deal, just don't want to be part of that. Thanks and good luck in the future.

I choose bad wording sometimes, I've posted something before that seemed reasonable at the time but realized later I came across as quite a jerk. I doubt he meant to be condescending to you, may have just come across wrong. Like Ivan, it wasn't really my business & I prefer to stay out of arguments unless I figure I can help clear up an issue, don't want to make anyone feel like they are being ganged up on.
There is also the option to block or ignore a member, so you can still go through the club thread, his posts just won't show up for you. I haven't done it to anyone, just seems kind of extreme when things like that usually blow over as quick as they start.
It is your decision, but input form everyone is good & you have been a regular poster here, it would be sad to see you go over this.
    
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...I think you have to turn those sub menus on separately, usually by clicking 'o.k.' to the legal stuff which comes on screen...then there is also 'profiles' - my fauvorite - that's where you save your favourite, stress-tested settings and where XTU shines as it controls various unseen parameters to work together in a profile
Do I still need to enter a fixed voltage into the BIOS to start with or do I leave it at auto? Also do the settings reset with each reboot? How long should I stress test for? Is there a decent overclocking guide to using XTU anywhere?
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Do I still need to enter a fixed voltage into the BIOS to start with or do I leave it at auto? Also do the settings reset with each reboot? How long should I stress test for? Is there a decent overclocking guide to using XTU anywhere?

...there are different approaches you can use, it all works. I tend to set the multiplier manually but lower (say 45) in the bios and the voltage on 'auto', then boot up - with XTU automatically loading the last good profile (say 52).

By setting a lower multiplier on auto-v in the bios, I believe and have seen some evidence to that effect (though nothing iron-clad yet) that with C and sleep states on, your chip will idle or be on partial load at lower voltages...even at 5.2, I see 0.98v...then again, coming out of sleep and low-load states probably requires more of a quick boost...anyways, back to your question: Both manual and auto settings for v-core in Bios work subsequently with XTU thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

So if I run a high voltage, like 1.6v would it just break my chip and not my other components? Is heat the reason why you can't run high voltages or is it because the chip just dies from it even if it isn't hitting the tj maxx?

Using High Volts Burned up video cards, several mother boards, PCI wireless adapter, even a monitor, but never a processor. But that just my experience.

Most idiotic Computer Modification:
One time i had screwed a metal shelf on an old box stlye monitor and aparently used too long of screws. Ya no kidding! I had an 2 inch long blue tesla arc from the corner of the shelf to my Metal rig case and my first reaction was to seperate them, so i moved the case away and the arc just streched. WHA? Ya! After i pulled the plug and did a post-mortem i discovered all the PCI components where ghost. i slap the vga cord over to the On-Board VGA then back to School homework (PHOTOSHOP) but could not continue, only, because my roomate and I where laughing too hard.
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lmao xD

Very nice "mod" tongue.gif
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