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Originally Posted by PCWargamer View Post

That sounds like a good chip Bigm. Good job on the delid! thumb.gif

Thanks mate, looking forward to what I can do with it when I get the parts and time to play around with it some more.
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I'll consider getting one the next time I have some spare money to work with. I've bought a LOT of stuff over the past few weeks biggrin.gif. Furthermore the first 3570K I bought (that I moved to my emulator box after picking up the 3770K) was just an average clocker with this same board. So maybe I have just gotten lucky with these past 2 chips.
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yea, thought the cold i had was good too, wasnt sure if the same goes for oc's, vcores and our temps on air,
0C is cold tho..of course still hot compared to dice/ln2 etc
yep, my daily oc is about 1.310V vcore, 4.7ghz..
but didnt notice i need more vcore for the lower oc's ..
still find it hard to believe its already degrading,
but maybe running 1.850V vcore through it, wasnt a good idea after all ...LOL biggrin.gif

Yeah.. Oh well now you know for next time! tongue.gif
 
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Man, that must make VonDutch feel great! I sure hope it is not ture of your chip VonDutch!
And good luck on your new chip Raven!

Lol! I wasn't trying to scare him... biggrin.gif Just a list of how mine kicked off, so if he ran into similar circumstance, he'd know what to expect. wink.gif

...and thanks! biggrin.gif

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whaha biggrin.gif
it was just something i noticed with the 5.2ghz oc's today,
prolly could have booted with lower vcore,
who knows why it didnt boot at 1.610V vcore,
and it did boot weeks ago with 1.575V
i will keep a eye on it, but im still running the same vcore, and offset then before,
with 4.6-4.7ghz, shouldnt all oc's need more vcore if theres degradation?


IME, yes. Bumping the Vcore to maintain the same clocks that were previously stable is a sure sign of electromigration degradation. If it's still stable at the same everyday Vcore and offset, it should be fine, and there's nothing to worry about wink.gif


Unless you did like I and swapped to a different board that has a lot of Vdroop, like my old Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5. Bad mistake, early adopting that one was. l lost 214 Mhz off my best stable oc because of that p.o.s. board. The NB oc'd much better though, 3255 Mhz. Still, it wasn't enough to overcome the slower fsb & cpu multi oc. I just wasn't willing to run 1.72 Vcore at idle to offset the droop. Yeah, .23 V sag under load. :/
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Lol! I wasn't trying to scare him... biggrin.gif Just a list of how mine kicked off, so if he ran into similar circumstance, he'd know what to expect. wink.gif
...and thanks! biggrin.gif
IME, yes. Bumping the Vcore to maintain the same clocks that were previously stable is a sure sign of electromigration degradation. If it's still stable at the same everyday Vcore and offset, it should be fine, and there's nothing to worry about wink.gif
Unless you did like I and swapped to a different board that has a lot of Vdroop, like my old Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5. Bad mistake, early adopting that one was. l lost 214 Mhz off my best stable oc because of that p.o.s. board. The NB oc'd much better though, 3255 Mhz. Still, it wasn't enough to overcome the slower fsb & cpu multi oc. I just wasn't willing to run 1.72 Vcore at idle to offset the droop. Yeah, .23 V sag under load. :/

Yeah those 990FXA-UD# Rev 1.0s were not fun to work with. My UD3 Rev 1.1 did decent with my FX-8150 and the two FX-8320's I tried but I sold it to a professional photographer/videographer and built Team America.
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What is the average drop in temp on average?
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What is the average drop in temp on average?

Depends on what TIM you use. Those who use Coollaboratory Pro (CLP) seem to see temp drops of 20+C consistently. My chip dropped 28C.
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Depends on what TIM you use. Those who use Coollaboratory Pro (CLP) seem to see temp drops of 20+C consistently. My chip dropped 28C.

Yeah, if you use the CLP or CLU (I used pro on the DIE to make the IHS stick). I got at least a 25c drop. If you're using say MX-2 etc the average drop is about ~15c, it depends on how bad the stock TIM was and what kind of cooler you have also oh and of course your skills with applying the CLP/CLU.
 
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Well good and bad news..I'll be getting a ton of 3770k's to bin and resell for free xD
Lucky me huh?

EDIT: ah the bad news...I suspect my g620 died a glorious death. gonna try changing bios settings via rog connect using a notebook though.
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