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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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post #452 of 457
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
post #453 of 457
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 457
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.
post #455 of 457
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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

Cm1hK7m.jpg

http://imgur.com/Cm1hK7m
Edited by majnu - 4/11/15 at 2:48am
post #456 of 457
I've been on a 2600k OCed to 4.6GHz for the past 4 years with an ASRock Z68 Fatal1ty Pro Gen 3 MB.
So before all the 3770k are gone, I'm looking to pick one up.
I've read through most of this thread and see that the Costa Rica ones tend to be the better units.
As of now, batch numbers of ones eBay are: 3230B772 and 3243C778.
I guess the first one would be the better unit since it should run cooler at higher OCs?

Edit: The 3230B one got sold before I could bid on it.
Edited by FAUguy - 6/10/15 at 5:30pm
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Anyone with an amazing 3770k (low temps, good clocks, delidded) please PM me.
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