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5GHz here 1.28v as linked a few pages back.

5.1GHz 1.328v

Costa Rica

#3218C109

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Batch 3231B145
Costa Rica Delidded Air Cooling
4.8ghz 1 hour x264 V2 and Asus ROG RealBench stable, 1.264v.



Unfortunately not using this bad boy that much anymore as I have a 4.8ghz Devil's Canyon rig thumb.gif
Edited by LagunaX - 4/4/15 at 10:43am
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Just recently upgraded my 3570K to a 3770K.

Batch - 3218C017 e4
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3770k Before Delid:
Ambient 17.5 degrees c
4.7ghz
1.150v bios, 1.160V under load and 1.6PLL
Passed 1hr IBT
IBT Temps 70, 84, 85, 76
Gaming Temps 57, 60, 62, 54
**STABLE**

3770k After (Delid CLP applied on dye & IHS):
Ambient 21.5 degrees c
4.7ghz
1.150v bios, 1.160V under load, 1.6PLL, +0.010 Offeset
Passed 1hr IBT
IBT Temps 48, 55, 60, 54
Gaming Temps 41, 46, 49, 41
**STABLE**

Using a Cryorig R1 Ultimate Air Cooler.



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post #454 of 455
Run x264 V2 for 8 loops or Asus RealBench stress test 1 hr to see if you are stable thumb.gif

A) x264 Stability Test V2:
https://mega.co.nz/#!3tAGnAqZ!QbCz2r1fG0WjM8DgGYeExngGypaHftAzPUgTSn2kAdk
I run either 8 loops (1 hour) or 16 loops (2 hours) 64 bit with 16 threads.

1) Extract the zip file.
2) Open this folder twice: x264 Stability Test V2
3) Do not open the test file, just double click on either:
x264 Stability Test (32bit - log) for 32 bit systems
or
x264 Stability Test (64bit - log) for 64 bit systems
4) The +log .bat files are if you want to name a log file to be saved, - is just to run the test without a log file.

B) Asus ROG RealBench Stress Test:
http://rog.asus.com/file/?download=RealBench_v2.41.zip
Pick the Stress test (default is benchmark), input your RAM, and then select for an hour or 2.
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Originally Posted by LagunaX View Post

Run x264 V2 for 8 loops or Asus RealBench stress test 1 hr to see if you are stable thumb.gif

A) x264 Stability Test V2:
https://mega.co.nz/#!3tAGnAqZ!QbCz2r1fG0WjM8DgGYeExngGypaHftAzPUgTSn2kAdk
I run either 8 loops (1 hour) or 16 loops (2 hours) 64 bit with 16 threads.

1) Extract the zip file.
2) Open this folder twice: x264 Stability Test V2
3) Do not open the test file, just double click on either:
x264 Stability Test (32bit - log) for 32 bit systems
or
x264 Stability Test (64bit - log) for 64 bit systems
4) The +log .bat files are if you want to name a log file to be saved, - is just to run the test without a log file.

B) Asus ROG RealBench Stress Test:
http://rog.asus.com/file/?download=RealBench_v2.41.zip
Pick the Stress test (default is benchmark), input your RAM, and then select for an hour or 2.

Thanks will do that now

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http://imgur.com/Cm1hK7m
Edited by majnu - 4/11/15 at 2:48am
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