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post #4331 of 33411
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cl7 seems slower accross the board with Ivy...from what I've seen asking around.
post #4332 of 33411
After talk of maybe my motherboard being bad and not my chip, I purchased a multimeter to get a voltage reading straight from the source. I set the voltage to 1.325 in BIOS and after LLC it was 1.328v (I had prime95 running). The multimeter read 1.33v and is accurate to +/- .02v.

So I think these new batches of i5-3570k's must be a little different. I've found a few people that purchased one of these chips in the last few weeks that have higher than normal stock VID and require more voltage for average clocks (4.4-4.6GHz), while still maintaining temperatures similar to what someone with an older 3570K would get with 1.25v.

My stock voltage is 1.316v.
post #4333 of 33411
Intel's been doing their homework with the whole IHS/DIE contact and amount of tim, maybe reducing the height of the ihs with less glue?
post #4334 of 33411
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Too bad frown.gif
cl7 seems slower accross the board with Ivy...from what I've seen asking around.
AMD= Timings
Intel= Frequency.
Try and go for higher freqs not timings.
post #4335 of 33411
Not so much...not straight forward like you put it btw wink.gif
It's a balancing act, gotta check with Maxxmem single thread.
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Gonna try auto and switch my lanes from 2 and 4 to 1 and 3 see if that changes anything. Will up vtt and vccio to 1.15 as well. I want 2400 again. I get get clock for clock no problem on Franky, but its just not making it past bios or just keeps looping turning off and on.
post #4337 of 33411
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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post

AMD= Timings
Intel= Frequency.
Try and go for higher freqs not timings.

Both AMD & Intel do prefer more speed, the AMD chips I've used (955be, 1090t, 8150) did best when getting the frequency as high as possible then tightening timings, same as with intel.

Here is the best I've done with PSC & ivy so far
    
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i7 990x/3930k/3770k/4770k GB x58a-OC/Asus RIVE/x79 gd65/z77 mpower/z77 MV... gtx480s/gtx580s/7970s/680s/Titan Hyper/PSC/BBSE/Hynix/Samsung 
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samsung 2320 Razer Lycosa ax1200 carboard box 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 990x/3930k/3770k/4770k GB x58a-OC/Asus RIVE/x79 gd65/z77 mpower/z77 MV... gtx480s/gtx580s/7970s/680s/Titan Hyper/PSC/BBSE/Hynix/Samsung 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
HDDs/SSDs DVD Air/water/phase/copper pot Windowz 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
samsung 2320 Razer Lycosa ax1200 carboard box 
Mouse
Trackball 
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post #4338 of 33411
At least that's true for Spi32m and 2d benchies in general...so yeah, there you got it.
Perhaps for folding timings aren't that important, vs freq, same as for 3d benching.
post #4339 of 33411
valgaur, have you tried Restoring BIOS defaults or Clearing CMOS yet?
F5 - Load defaults, F10 - save & reboot, go back to BIOS set your stuff and again F10 and see if it boots up.
bad memory timings/speed/voltage combo could have been unstable and corrupted CMOS...
post #4340 of 33411
Yeah, don't give up like that lol
Benching is gonna wreck the heck out of your Os and stuff, tons of times lol
Also you'll have to reinstall stripped Os'es frequently on top of that.
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