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6 min is too short on a prime version we don't even know
Strapped for time, just wanted to do a quick run. I have been running this voltage fine with all the apps I do. I'll update once I have time to do a proper one.
What is a good run? 4 hours?
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Strapped for time, just wanted to do a quick run. I have been running this voltage fine with all the apps I do. I'll update once I have time to do a proper one.
What is a good run? 4 hours?

First Prime v27.9 is what tests best so far until the v28.1 is made official, or you can still go for it if you like (v28.1)
2nd at least 12hrs, 4 still isn't good enough because essentially to test all the iterations in Lucas leimmer would take 24hrs on prime.
Alternatively if you are a gamer you could prime 4 hrs and then game BF3 for like 6 hrs without a single incident of crashing or internal parity whea errors in the eventviewer. BF3 is quite good in bringing out instability
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a couple hours of P95 27.9 with couple hours of X264 render should do. personally 24 hours of prime is too much for me. the newest version of x264 supports avx and is pretty sensitive to overclock instability. but definitely need more than 6 mins of prime.
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nice clock,

could you attached screen shot with Prime95 version 27.9 running small FFT. also a Realtemp screen shot with it as well.

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I lost the processor having a problem in the water cooler. But I played bf3, 3dmark and others with him at 5.0GHz.
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any one tried this batch 3310a567 ?
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Batch number 3252B206 is INSANELY GOOD.

4,9 ghz at 1,250V
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Batch number 3252B206 is INSANELY GOOD.

4,9 ghz at 1,250V
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Bump. 24/7 clock
3770k @ 4.7ghz , 1.195v

Please post 12 hours prime95 speeds, then we can call a chip good!



Anyone can post a cpu doing 5ghz at low vcore, but if its not prime95 hours stable then its not worth anything imo.
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It's my friend's CPU (3570k). He removed the IHS like a week ago,, now not only he has got 10-18 less degrees but due to lower temps, he was able to push it to 4,9 and he has plans for more wink.gif


I've got a 3238B, also 3570k. It's average, doing stable 4,5 ghz at 1,3V. However something is messed up with the IHS paste (like it's a paste...) and i've got pretty high temps tho.
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My 3570K was an average or bad(i don't know)
Batch#: 3228D199
It was stable under linx 0.6.5 on 1,264V@4,5Ghz, the full config ate 40W without graph. card Idle and 180W under stress test.
Under stress the core was 100+ celsius degrees so i did delid my cpu-->71 C the hottest core under linx with a hyper 212Evo in Zalman Z9 Plus.Under the IHS i did put CLU(Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra) and Arctic MX2 onto IHS.
Under hd encoding not was stable,its need +8-16mV so it was stable ~1,280V
1,336V-4,6Ghz
~1,400-1,416V @ 4,7Ghz
I never tried higher settings.

***Sorry for my english. I hope i can helped for anyone.
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My 3570K is an average as well
Batch#: 3250C558
Stable under Prime95 1.273V @ 4.5 GHz using an offset of 0.100+ it varies a lot. I didn't do delid, max temperature was about 74°C, Cooling: Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro, Fan speeds on low.

Your batch seems pretty similar to mine. I did require over 1.4V @ 4.7. Is your batch from Costa Rica?
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