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Need an opinion..

Just found a $20 microcenter coupon in the 3770k for $229 thread. It expires on January 9th, is it worth it to upgrade to an extreme6 from my extreme4 for the better VRM then try to sell the extreme4 on ebay for like $75 or $100 something like that (I will check the going rate then make it a bit cheaper)? So the extreme6 would be $143 after tax. Basically looking at spending $75 for better VRM's.. Is it worth it?

I definitely would. I want a 3770k. frown.gif
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Ok so I tested my board with the DMM at the following voltages under load (as was detected in CPUz and mobo utility) as idle was too difficult because vcore jumps around with offset.

1.176
1.282
1.371
1.454

All the voltages detected were between .019-.021 lower than what was actually being read by the DMM and that was consistent regardless of how high or low I went on the vcore. So software is indeed reading them lower than actual voltage being sent to the chip. It's certainly not as bad as some other ASRock boards luckily so I don't feel TOO terrible about it but it is a little disappointing frown.gif. Luckily with my current chip my temps are so low that I'm not really concerned about it.

Well, cool PuffinMyLye! Good to know they are not like .04-.06v off! Thats got to make you feel better. thumb.gif
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I would skip the extreme 6 unless I had no other option. UD3h would be better, but I'd get an MVG (like I did...thing is immortal with that rog connect thingie lol)
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I would skip the extreme 6 unless I had no other option. UD3h would be better, but I'd get an MVG (like I did...thing is immortal with that rog connect thingie lol)

Need the slot layout so my pci sound card can fit between my GPU's and it hasd to have esata too. Although the onboard on the UD5h is supposedly enough that I can ditch my card, the onboard for the ud3h is not. The UD5h are out of stock at my microcenter and are $40 more.

Why would you skip the 6?
Edited by chronicfx - 1/5/13 at 8:52pm
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Need an opinion..
Just found a $20 microcenter coupon in the 3770k for $229 thread. It expires on January 9th, is it worth it to upgrade to an extreme6 from my extreme4 for the better VRM then try to sell the extreme4 on ebay for like $75 or $100 something like that (I will check the going rate then make it a bit cheaper)? So the extreme6 would be $143 after tax. Basically looking at spending $75 for better VRM's.. Is it worth it?
i was thinking about that but more like getting the asrock oc edition board. then sell my h100 and join the big dogs with a custom loop
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Ok so I tested my board with the DMM at the following voltages under load (as was detected in CPUz and mobo utility) as idle was too difficult because vcore jumps around with offset.
1.176
1.282
1.371
1.454
All the voltages detected were between .019-.021 lower than what was actually being read by the DMM and that was consistent regardless of how high or low I went on the vcore. So software is indeed reading them lower than actual voltage being sent to the chip. It's certainly not as bad as some other ASRock boards luckily so I don't feel TOO terrible about it but it is a little disappointing frown.gif. Luckily with my current chip my temps are so low that I'm not really concerned about it.


Good to know, thanks for the report smile.gif +1
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post #7397 of 33576
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That's a helluva chip tweak! Assuming that's a prime stable? Not just a boot into windows

I don't use Prime to test stability and never will. Aida64 is much more reliable because it is closer to real world usage. I've lost count of the number of times I've seen people run Prime for 12 hours+ and think their system is stable only to have it crash after gaming for a while. I've found that if my system can run Aida64 then it will run anything I will ever throw at it and I've been using it for a lot of years (back when it was Everest)


post #7398 of 33576
If you already have an extreme 4 an extreme 6 is not a big improvement,more like a sidegrade.
Get the OC Formula or the UD5H then, or MVF tongue.gif
post #7399 of 33576
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Ok so I tested my board with the DMM at the following voltages under load (as was detected in CPUz and mobo utility) as idle was too difficult because vcore jumps around with offset.
1.176
1.282
1.371
1.454
All the voltages detected were between .019-.021 lower than what was actually being read by the DMM and that was consistent regardless of how high or low I went on the vcore. So software is indeed reading them lower than actual voltage being sent to the chip. It's certainly not as bad as some other ASRock boards luckily so I don't feel TOO terrible about it but it is a little disappointing frown.gif. Luckily with my current chip my temps are so low that I'm not really concerned about it.

Thanks for checking it out!
post #7400 of 33576
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Ok so I tested my board with the DMM at the following voltages under load (as was detected in CPUz and mobo utility) as idle was too difficult because vcore jumps around with offset.
1.176
1.282
1.371
1.454
All the voltages detected were between .019-.021 lower than what was actually being read by the DMM and that was consistent regardless of how high or low I went on the vcore. So software is indeed reading them lower than actual voltage being sent to the chip. It's certainly not as bad as some other ASRock boards luckily so I don't feel TOO terrible about it but it is a little disappointing frown.gif. Luckily with my current chip my temps are so low that I'm not really concerned about it.

hmmm, that's quite off ... 0.020v on average? you will need to compensate for that when thinking about actual vcore your chip runs under load ...

I just went ahead and measured my ROG MVE vcore, vccsa and vccio and they are all nearly spot on at 4.9GHz under load (IBT very high load):
cpu-z reports 1.368v vcore under load, DMM reads 1.366v (~0.002v off)
vccio and vccsa are both set in BIOS at 1.150v and they both read 1.145v or 1.446v (~0.005v off)
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