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Vondutch. The error you experience is in all likelihood from a crashed video card driver. Problem is, that could have easily been caused by a CPU or RAM instability. That's the problem with BSOD codes, since essentially the entire computer is co-dependent on each individual component a failure in one place can easily cause an error in another or an error which would appear to be from another. All we can do is go for a best guess and trial and error.

I would guess, though, that it was possibly memory. I've had more driver crashes when I have had memory issues as opposed to when I had CPU instability which generally seemed to cause more general crashes.
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Hi everyone!
I don't know if this question has been discussed here before or not, but hopefully I'll get some insights.
I was thinking, what would happen if, lets say the lid on the ivy brudge CPUs was completely replaced by a custom-made copper IHS? Would there be significant performance/temp gain?
I don't own an ivybridge but I would still love to see someone try it out!tongue.gif
    
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I've seen some people posting their amazing OCs, so I guess it's my turn. tongue.gif Here's my beloved 3570k!

So far, this OC has lasted the initial 12h run I gave it when I first started this OC. This is a re-test of it but I got too lazy to run it for 12 hours with this goddamn H100 running in room. Really loud! mad.gif
Forgot about this: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2635857
WOW. Nice 3570 you have there!!!

Thanks, I love my 3570k. It has proven to be a worthy upgrade from my i7 930!

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Hi everyone!
I don't know if this question has been discussed here before or not, but hopefully I'll get some insights.
I was thinking, what would happen if, lets say the lid on the ivy brudge CPUs was completely replaced by a custom-made copper IHS? Would there be significant performance/temp gain?
I don't own an ivybridge but I would still love to see someone try it out!tongue.gif

I would but I'm too lazy. tongue.gif I've pondered this before but I don't see a point in it, the IHS is already top-notch. It isn't the IHS's fault for Ivy's bad temps, it is the spacing between the die and IHS. Don't change what's not broken!
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Thanks, I love my 3570k. It has proven to be a worthy upgrade from my i7 930!
I would but I'm too lazy. tongue.gif I've pondered this before but I don't see a point in it, the IHS is already top-notch. It isn't the IHS's fault for Ivy's bad temps, it is the spacing between the die and IHS. Don't change what's not broken!

It is but it's still an alloy of silver and copper( most likely). What i meant is pure copper-made IHS. Hmm...I'd do it if I had the resources, not to mention an ivybridge setup too. rolleyes.gif
    
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Vondutch. The error you experience is in all likelihood from a crashed video card driver. Problem is, that could have easily been caused by a CPU or RAM instability. That's the problem with BSOD codes, since essentially the entire computer is co-dependent on each individual component a failure in one place can easily cause an error in another or an error which would appear to be from another. All we can do is go for a best guess and trial and error.
I would guess, though, that it was possibly memory. I've had more driver crashes when I have had memory issues as opposed to when I had CPU instability which generally seemed to cause more general crashes.

good answer, thanks DirektEffekt thumb.gif
i took of the xmp profile again, see how it goes, if its still there, ill reinstall vid card drivers,
if not, i think i just put in everything by hand on the ram, 16x multi, and the 9-9-9-24 that it should run

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Hi everyone!
I don't know if this question has been discussed here before or not, but hopefully I'll get some insights.
I was thinking, what would happen if, lets say the lid on the ivy brudge CPUs was completely replaced by a custom-made copper IHS? Would there be significant performance/temp gain?
I don't own an ivybridge but I would still love to see someone try it out!tongue.gif

i dont think so, or not by much, the ihs on ivy is made from nickel-plated copper,
nickel has a w/mk of about 90 w/mk, theres no tim you can use which matches that anyways..lol
a direct die mount, with a copperblock, doesnt make a night and day difference also..
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Alright, got my new 3570K installed. Just applied a little AS5 on it and did a pre delid IBT test at 4.5. Temps are near where my delidded 3770K were at 5.0Ghz haha. Gonna do some OC testing over the next day to see if my chip is any good before I attempt to delid. This test was with a +.005 offset.

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Alright, got my new 3570K installed. Just applied a little AS5 on it and did a pre delid IBT test at 4.5. Temps are near where my delidded 3770K were at 5.0Ghz haha. Gonna do some OC testing over the next day to see if my chip is any good before I attempt to delid. This test was with a +.005 offset.

DAMN.. You are a lucky guy.
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Alright, got my new 3570K installed. Just applied a little AS5 on it and did a pre delid IBT test at 4.5. Temps are near where my delidded 3770K were at 5.0Ghz haha. Gonna do some OC testing over the next day to see if my chip is any good before I attempt to delid. This test was with a +.005 offset.

LOL you suck bro, you get two awesome CPUs and stuck with this crap 3570k that needs 1.4v for 4.5GHz....
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LOL you suck bro, you get two awesome CPUs and stuck with this crap 3570k that needs 1.4v for 4.5GHz....

Exacly my point. frown.gif
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LOL you suck bro, you get two awesome CPUs and stuck with this crap 3570k that needs 1.4v for 4.5GHz....

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Exacly my point. frown.gif

Lol sorry guys. Keep in mind though that just cuz I did a 10 run IBT at these settings doesn't mean I'm stable thumb.gif.
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