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Guys, just experimented with nvidia inspector and downsampling a higher resolution to force some fullscreen antialiasing in all games...wow! My 1280x1024 crt looks amazing now lol
Metro 2033 slowed down with some hiccups into the 25fps area but it's mostly smooth. (and btw thanks for the guide Feniks...) thumb.gif
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hey it seems I can run 4.7ghz on a 212 evo not de-lidded @ 1.4 V max temp is 100c on one core in IBT (hottest app on the planet) other cores are 90 97 93.

I know even prime95 as far as I can remember never gets it this hot.

So my question is since I will just be gaming 99% of the time and never reach anywhere near 100c is this safe for every day use or should I just go back down to 4.6 @ 1.350 or 4.5 @ 1.290? I am not planning on delidding cause I can't afford a new processor should something bad happen.
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hey it seems I can run 4.7ghz on a 212 evo not de-lidded @ 1.4 V max temp is 100c on one core in IBT (hottest app on the planet) other cores are 90 97 93.
I know even prime95 as far as I can remember never gets it this hot.
So my question is since I will just be gaming 99% of the time and never reach anywhere near 100c is this safe for every day use or should I just go back down to 4.6 @ 1.350 or 4.5 @ 1.290? I am not planning on delidding cause I can't afford a new processor should something bad happen.

If you are just gaming, from what I've read 4.5 is more than enough. The returns you get from 4.5-4.6 are hardly noticeable in a non benching scenario. Cooler temps until games demand more
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So I debating selling my 3570k on CL for a slight loss and getting another. I am pretty sure I have the worst one I have read about on here. It takes a 1.5 vcore for 4.6 stable. Heat isn't a issue, it's all vcore. I am stable at 1.36 @ 4500.....

Opinions?
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So I debating selling my 3570k on CL for a slight loss and getting another. I am pretty sure I have the worst one I have read about on here. It takes a 1.5 vcore for 4.6 stable. Heat isn't a issue, it's all vcore. I am stable at 1.36 @ 4500.....
Opinions?

sell it and get a 3770k if you are gonna bother replacing it I'd say go big or go home. Just my 2 cents
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post #6416 of 33576
Yep, try to get a discounted 3770k and a board from Microcenter...upgrade the board and sell your current stuff as a bundle for profit.
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Yeah, auto will always apply too much voltage (it's a good thing for people that don't know what they're doing) because it stops them from clocking their processors too high and it also makes sure that it will always be stable up to a certain extent (1.3v+ so it seems for Ivy Bridge)
Munney: You should set your voltage to 1.20v manually and see if that is Intel Burn Test/Cinebench stable, if it's not move to 1.21 and see what happens and keep going till you're IBT/Cinebench stable.. This should reduce your temperature a lot if you can reduce the voltage needed. You may also like to play around with LLC and put it on medium (50%) or high (75%), this can reduce the vCore needed but will put more stress on the motherboard (which is okay to a certain extent).
I can't remember where the WHEA errors are located in the event viewer...rolleyes.gif
But so far at 4.6GHz with 2000MHz 10-10-10-28 with the Samsung RAM, anything over 2000 makes it unstable even at CAS11. Has anyone got any other advice for the Samsung RAM and overclocking with tertiary timings and such? I'm stuck at these settings now

check for WHEA warnings by going to Windows Event Viewer. either type "eventvwr.msc" (without quotation marks and hit enter) from Taskbar Run/Search or r-click Computer, select Manage, select Event Logs, then Custom View and finally Administrative View - WHEA warnings will be logged in there if they occurred.
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Guys, just experimented with nvidia inspector and downsampling a higher resolution to force some fullscreen antialiasing in all games...wow! My 1280x1024 crt looks amazing now lol
Metro 2033 slowed down with some hiccups into the 25fps area but it's mostly smooth. (and btw thanks for the guide Feniks...) thumb.gif

no probs! have fun biggrin.gif
I am currently playing STALKER Shadow of Chernobyl with hi-res texture pack (and some other mods) ... biggrin.gif awesome game after I set everything to max details and quality. recently purchased the whole series on Steam during Summer Sale event, but didn't have time to play. SOC is the first oldest part, glad I haven't played it without the mod pack! now it's awesome, MUCH better than stock game biggrin.gif
Edited by feniks - 12/29/12 at 12:04am
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usps ays it was delivered... intel never got it. but called usps then they said a guy with such name from intel got it. called intel and told them who so they are doing a man hunt lol. Should be getting info right away either tomorrow or monday they will be giving me 2 day overnight shipping biggrin.gif

LOL! so intel employee misplaced a returned chip? LMAO ... something like that happened to me in Western Digital after I sent them both WD Caviar Green drives for replacement, they lost one, so after a week of zero progress on that RMA case (in meantime received already the replacement for another one) I asked what up with that and sent them UPS tracking saying it was delivered ... they sent out a replacement right away ... I bet they never found the one which got lost LOL. anyways, good luck with RMA biggrin.gif
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I can't remember where the WHEA errors are located in the event viewer...rolleyes.gif


wink.gif


so i was playing bf3 with my new 7970, maxed out settings (ultra etc) but i saw tearing,
didnt know to high fps could cause that, was looking for a answer online,
1 option was, enable vsync in game, worked very well, no more tearing,
but fps now stays close to 60fps... pity to have a great vid card, running only 60 fps,
is there something else i can do, and still have high fps?
Edited by VonDutch - 12/29/12 at 12:25am
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you can even set up even viewer to pop up a box on the desktop when it has a whea error. Makes it pretty easy to know when you are getting them. You basically right click on a whea error, hit attach task to this event and then tell it to display a message.

I have mine say: NOT AGAIN!
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