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Originally Posted by ChaosAD View Post

Other than benching you will not notice any difference at all. But althought i know that i had to run 2400 min tongue.gif
On another note i run some Cinebench R11.5 x64 tests to check performance difference per 100Mhz. So i got:
4.8Ghz @ 1.36v - 9.57pts
4.9Ghz @ 1.41v - 9.81pts
5.0Ghz @ 1.49v - 10.02pts
5.1Ghz tried up to 1.55v but got an error
Anyone tried at 5.1Ghz+ and at what vcore?

I got up to 5.1 but It did take like 1.56v.

My chip seems to top out around 5150Mhz. I have not done much fine tuning, but it will not remain stable @5.2 even at 1.65v which is the highest I have gone.

I did score 10.15 on that run, but I think running my memory @ 2400Mhz helped a tad
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Originally Posted by ChaosAD View Post

Other than benching you will not notice any difference at all. But althought i know that i had to run 2400 min tongue.gif
On another note i run some Cinebench R11.5 x64 tests to check performance difference per 100Mhz. So i got:
4.8Ghz @ 1.36v - 9.57pts
4.9Ghz @ 1.41v - 9.81pts
5.0Ghz @ 1.49v - 10.02pts
5.1Ghz tried up to 1.55v but got an error
Anyone tried at 5.1Ghz+ and at what vcore?

5.0ghz @ 1.480V vcore


5.1ghz @ 1.60V vcore ..lol

o, just noticed theres no vcore proggie in this,
but i called the pic "cinebench 5.1ghz 1.6V" so ... biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Hmmm, I'd go for a Hynix cfr kit then, cause Samsung ic's have some problems hitting 2400mhz on gb z77 boards.
Avoid Patriot and Kingston and CRUCIAL; try to get a Team xtreem, geil or gskill kit. Most 2x4gb 2400mhz kits are samsung or hynix these days. There are some cheap ggeneric samsungs with hch9 in the part name, those should work good. (1600mhz 2x4gb kits, green tall pcb)
Edit: forgot adata and avexir! Corsair should be avoided unless you can get the gtx3 rev2.1's which cost a LOT...dominator gt's)

Hynix cfr kit?

you know im a ram noob.. gskill is what hokies is always talking about too, i think
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5.0ghz @ 1.480V vcore Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
5.1ghz @ 1.60V vcore ..lol Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
o, just noticed theres no vcore proggie in this,
but i called the pic "cinebench 5.1ghz 1.6V" so ... biggrin.gif

wow right on the heels of that Xeon... thumb.gif
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Von Dutch. What thermal interface material are you using on your die, and above your ihs? I am running a D14 with CL liquid ultra under the ihs and Noctua NT-H1 thermal paste above the ihs and I am getting mid 90's at 1.42v and 4.9GHz with small ffts. I am going to change to CL liquid pro under the ihs and Indigo extreme above the ihs soon when I swap my mainboard to one with cooler mosfets. I am just thinking that a D14 should outperform a mugen. Are you lapped? Something maybe that is making this difference that I don't know about? Can two chips operating at the same v core output two totally different amounts of heat? I can't seem to put my finger on why your chip is running at such a low temp compared to mine.
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wow right on the heels of that Xeon... thumb.gif

yea, thought i would beat that one with 5.1ghz, that was my plan ...LOL
cant do 5.2ghz tho for cinebench, vcore would be crazy ..lol
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My ram is rated at 2133mhz @1.5v. Ive tried xmp, but it does not boot half the time, sometimes it will after 5 resets, it seems stable once it boots however. I also tried setting the values manually, no luck, can't even get 1866 out of it. Ive tried 1.65v no luck. My phenom before this had a memory problem where I could not run dual channel, and now this with my ivy. Ive tried gskill trident x also rated at 2400mhz 1.65v, no luck there either, I even tried 1.85v on that ram and same problem. i rma'd and newegg sent all 4 dimms back 100% broken, did not even boot, and they ignored my emails... i am quite unlucky with ram frown.gif
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Von Dutch. What thermal interface material are you using on your die, and above your ihs? I am running a D14 with CL liquid ultra under the ihs and Noctua NT-H1 thermal paste above the ihs and I am getting mid 90's at 1.42v and 4.9GHz with small ffts. I am going to change to CL liquid pro under the ihs and Indigo extreme above the ihs soon when I swap my mainboard to one with cooler mosfets. I am just thinking that a D14 should outperform a mugen. Are you lapped? Something maybe that is making this difference that I don't know about? Can two chips operating at the same v core output two totally different amounts of heat? I can't seem to put my finger on why your chip is running at such a low temp compared to mine.

im Liquid Pro all the way, on die, underside ihs, on ihs, base plate cooler,
but all very thin layers..very ..lol
i didnt lap my IHS, its prolly concave like most of them smile.gif

did my sons, and my vid cards with it too, about 10C temp drop playing bf3
still have some left, just to say how little liquid pro you need..

the Noctua NT-H1 is a good tim,
theres not much difference in using tim's on the IHS,
on ihs and base plate cooler any top/good tim will do..

yea, same vcore, but different temps,
but we have a totally different setup,
with my mugen, i outperform watercoolers,
not sure why, but it makes me smile tho biggrin.gif

this is after 1 hour prime, 4.9ghz, 1.475V vcore, 79C hottest core

Edited by VonDutch - 11/14/12 at 9:23am
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If Intel was not releasing Haswell Next year id be buying 2 r 3 3770ks and keeping hte best clocker and selling the rest XD.

ehhh, I think I might pass on Haswell ... don't want to replace the MB again or go through the early BIOS BS problems again ... might stay with IB 1155 and drive it to the ground hehe wink.gif
how does intel call the next generation of 14nm chips? that's what I might wait for with major system upgrade next time.
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ehhh, I think I might pass on Haswell ... don't want to replace the MB again or go through the early BIOS BS problems again ... might stay with IB 1155 and drive it to the ground hehe wink.gif
how does intel call the next generation of 14nm chips? that's what I might wait for with major system upgrade next time.

10-20% performance clock for clock is plenty upgrade for me wink.gif

    
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Von Dutch. What thermal interface material are you using on your die, and above your ihs? I am running a D14 with CL liquid ultra under the ihs and Noctua NT-H1 thermal paste above the ihs and I am getting mid 90's at 1.42v and 4.9GHz with small ffts. I am going to change to CL liquid pro under the ihs and Indigo extreme above the ihs soon when I swap my mainboard to one with cooler mosfets. I am just thinking that a D14 should outperform a mugen. Are you lapped? Something maybe that is making this difference that I don't know about? Can two chips operating at the same v core output two totally different amounts of heat? I can't seem to put my finger on why your chip is running at such a low temp compared to mine.

Dude use the ultra you have between the die and IHS and the IHS and heatsink. That is what I am using, and it works fantastic. I used a tiny drop and the little brush to apply to both the die AND the underside of the IHS, and the same thing on the other side. The key is just a thin, thin coating!
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