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See that looks like a pretty good chip. My 3229C does the 4.5Ghz at 1.12V (loaded volts), but kinda craps out after 4.8 & needs big voltage bumps to 1.54V for 5Ghz

josephimports, what is the minimum that one needs to boot 5Ghz to desktop & finish something light load like superpi 32m?

Ill download and test superpi soon. This was a quick boot test at 1.3v.

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...earlier, I had run some loads (Aida64 System Stability test) and posted the results with Windows Resource Meter (see Spoilers below), along with temps

4.8 GHz at 100% 4 core / 8 thread load, CPUz = 1.312v
4.9 GHz at 100% 4 core / 8 thread load, CPUz = 1.328v
5.0 GHz at 100% 4 core / 8 thread load, CPUz = 1.376v
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I have some Coll.Liquid Pro and Ultra coming from Europe (NewEgg is out and NCIX does not carry it) in early February via a biz visit, and need to decide soon whether this particular chip would gain by de-lidding. Apart from the odd top-speed run (5210 in 5 GHz club table), I really spend most of the time at 4.8 Ghz, or 5 GHz for gaming, with temps under control.

What would you do ? De-lid ? I think I will but then stay at 4.8 / 5.0 other than a few fun runs ? Debating between a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP7 E-ATX tri-SLI for this 3770K chip vs X79 build to get ready for next gen 6/8 core Sandy's at 22nm

Thanks for your feedback smile.gif
That's a very low voltage and very low temps for those clocks. drool.gif
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Delidding will drop the temps considerably, but most are delidding to make a chip run cooler with higher frequency like yours does with the lid.

An x79 board will allow you to upgrade the cpu when IB-E does drop, that is still a little while off though, that ones a hard call if you hate waiting.
    
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An x79 board will allow you to upgrade the cpu when IB-E does drop, that is still a little while off though, that ones a hard call if you hate waiting.

...well, I am just trying to get to the bottom of ONE question: Will a current X79 / lg 2011 socket board (i.e. Asus ROG, Gigabyte) actually run the next gen 22nm 6 or possibly 8 core IB-E/SB-E ?

IF SO, I can start building a system up with a 3930k, then swap chips when the time comes...I'm just worried that Intel will pull a 'fast one' and say that you need a new X79 board (or an x89 etc) to make it really run well.
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Ill download and test superpi soon. This was a quick boot test at 1.3v.


so this was just a boot into windows with no load on it or tests?
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...well, I am just trying to get to the bottom of ONE question: Will a current X79 / lg 2011 socket board (i.e. Asus ROG, Gigabyte) actually run the next gen 22nm 6 or possibly 8 core IB-E/SB-E ?

IF SO, I can start building a system up with a 3930k, then swap chips when the time comes...I'm just worried that Intel will pull a 'fast one' and say that you need a new X79 board (or an x89 etc) to make it really run well.

im running a up7, tri sli and a 3770k and im keeping up with x79 stuff. i was in the same debate. delid ivy runs very well. i run 4.8ghz daily, delid with liquid pro inside and out @1.375v and my chip isnt the best. tri sli 580's and i can clock them up to 1040-1050 depending on temps.

im adding 2666mhz memory tomorrow. which you cannot go that high on a x79 board either. for the price of the 2011 chips ill stay with 1155 ivy. can still run 4 way sli, less power, faster mem speeds ect.thumb.gif
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...well, I am just trying to get to the bottom of ONE question: Will a current X79 / lg 2011 socket board (i.e. Asus ROG, Gigabyte) actually run the next gen 22nm 6 or possibly 8 core IB-E/SB-E ?

IF SO, I can start building a system up with a 3930k, then swap chips when the time comes...I'm just worried that Intel will pull a 'fast one' and say that you need a new X79 board (or an x89 etc) to make it really run well.

IB-E is supposed to work with current x79 boards, I haven't seen anything that says it is guaranteed to work it yet though. p67 did work for ivy after bios updates even though z77 were the new boards with it.
I expect it should work, but at the same time I'm sure they will release new boards with the new cpu & can't say what new features or changes those may bring.
    
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P67 and z68 runs IB but not without issues...I expect the same for x79 and ib-e.
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New chip from the Intel RE program. Batch 3229B. tongue.gif

51x 1.475v bios


45x 1.10v bios


50x 1.40v bios

I would settle for 5GHz @ 1.40V for a safe 24/7 overclock!
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FtW 420 and ivanlabrie


...you're so right ! My first machine was a DX 4 / 66 / 100 with a - and I quote - 'future-proof biggrin.gif Vesa 2.1' video bus; then there was the socket to end all sockets - socket 370 (I still actually have one of those which has kept working running a firewall loooong after its usefulness in everything else had expired; not to mention AGP 2x, 4x - the list is long of 'future proof tech'...

...otherwise I would build up a real nice X79 w/ 3930k, watercooling, tri-SLIs and all the goodies, then when ib-e is out just drop it in - but I know better...re Intel's upgrade path mad.gif
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