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5GHZ Push On 3770K?

post #1 of 20
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I just recently applied Coollaboratory on my 3770k die (removed ihs) and my temperatures are amazing.

I ran Prime 8k Min/Max for 40 seconds and my tempeartures wouldn't even go past 60. Usually for 40 seconds they would be in the high 60s.


I already know my system is stable with Prime custom blend 8k and my highest core is 77 while my others are 73, 77, and 75. (This is also before I applied the Coollaboratory)


Now since my system is about 10c cooler, Im sure that after 12 hours of prime I shouldn't even hit 70c.

Would you guys say that a 5Ghz overclock would be possible?

Im currently at 4.6ghz with 1.265 volts.

Thanks smile.gif
post #2 of 20
by the way your looking it seems very possible..but its a big jump from 4.6 to 5.0 in voltage...nice chip.consider yourself lucky
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post #3 of 20
run IBT maximun memory for a few hours and come back with temps.
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Originally Posted by gotendbz1 View Post

run IBT maximun memory for a few hours and come back with temps.
IBT is pointless though. I run Prime 8k min/max and which is Prime's highest temps that it will give you. I want to be realistic here, If I wanted to see how hot my CPU can get then I would just put it in an oven.
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IBT is pointless though. I run Prime 8k min/max and which is Prime's highest temps that it will give you. I want to be realistic here, If I wanted to see how hot my CPU can get then I would just put it in an oven.
Logic is flawed, Also IBT does give higher temps them Prime 95 does.
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Okay I dont think you guys understand what I am trying to say. I've been running Prime 8k Min/Max for the last two hours with CoolLaboratory Pro applied on it. My Highest temps have been 64, 67, 64, 64 and it only reached each of those temps for a second. My temps its sitting at are 62, 63, 58, 59.

8K is Prime's highest stress test and already I am being unrealistic when I'm only running 8k because its overkill for stress testing.

What is the point of running IBT when 8k is already overkill for stress testing? All IBT does is give me temps that are 5c hotter which means my processors cores still don't reach 70c+.

You guys see what I am saying now? Its just unnecessary heat from IBT. Don't see a point in running it when people only stress test with Prime custom blend or small FFTs and Im doing it with 8k custom blend which gives the highest temps.
post #7 of 20
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Okay I dont think you guys understand what I am trying to say. I've been running Prime 8k Min/Max for the last two hours with CoolLaboratory Pro applied on it. My Highest temps have been 64, 67, 64, 64 and it only reached each of those temps for a second. My temps its sitting at are 62, 63, 58, 59.
8K is Prime's highest stress test and already I am being unrealistic when I'm only running 8k because its overkill for stress testing.
What is the point of running IBT when 8k is already overkill for stress testing? All IBT does is give me temps that are 5c hotter which means my processors cores still don't reach 70c+.
You guys see what I am saying now? Its just unnecessary heat from IBT. Don't see a point in running it when people only stress test with Prime custom blend or small FFTs and Im doing it with 8k custom blend which gives the highest temps.
Look, people have been using this program for years to know there actual limits! Shaw you can just run Prime95 for a couple of hours but IBT will let you know 100% if your system is stable.
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Look, people have been using this program for years to know there actual limits! Shaw you can just run Prime95 for a couple of hours but IBT will let you know 100% if your system is stable.
I've ran 100 runs of IBT and my system passed it. That dude was telling me to run IBT so I can get the highest temperatures possible. That's what I find to be pointless. My temps in IBT are 5c hotter then in Prime 8K.
post #9 of 20
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I've ran 100 runs of IBT and my system passed it. That dude was telling me to run IBT so I can get the highest temperatures possible. That's what I find to be pointless.
Why is it pointless though explain?
My explanation is that if you're overclocking most people will want to understand there limit so they can see how much higher a overclock they can achieve without breaking the thermal barrier that there CPU has.
It is vital to know how hot your CPU can really run when OVERCLOCKING If it's stock, don't worry, overclocking you worry.
post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by midniteboss View Post

I've ran 100 runs of IBT and my system passed it. That dude was telling me to run IBT so I can get the highest temperatures possible. That's what I find to be pointless. My temps in IBT are 5c hotter then in Prime 8K.

you asked if you chip will run at 5ghz and listed some temps. so I was asking for some temps running IBT, the main think stpping Ivy from runing 5+ghz is temps. From which we can use to help answer your question. if you knew the answer already why did you make this thread? headscratch.gif
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