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same issue with me without delidding, 5-6 months use 3570k usually at 4.5 oc with only 1.232 volts. Now it needs 1.256 for 4.5. Started getting crashes and got a hard lock. Had to hold power button to turn off system. My 4.6 needed 1.26 wit higher llc. Now 4.6 need 1.28.

4.4 and lower oc's dont need more vcore though.
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mine also used to do 49x @ 1.41   with high 80s temp

untill i re-aplied the clu on the die...

after i did that (same as first time) i couldnt even get 48x on 1.4v

my temps are skyrocketing 44x 1.2v @ 95 degrees in prime95 (before nice low 70s)

my h100 isnt broken and the block is seated correctly...

there is no visible damage on the die...

i obviously have damaged my cpu but i dont know how or were or what

anybody got an idea?

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I think the ivy is a dodgy chip.. it is very neurotic.. i bet if you took it apart and put it back together it would give a totally different outcome maybe even better..

I have a feeling they designed the chip to have bad thermal heat transfer to make sure people could not over clock it with higher voltage..

hence causing these issues.. i know someone has had the issue with out de-lidding but.. i think the whole iv bridge is suspect.. with i had gone for 2nd gen.

good luck al.. i am stuck with 4.5 as anything above this is crazy.. will upgrade next year .. only thing to look forward to smile.gif

Good Luck all
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A little late to the game here, but....

It was pointed out on another thread that the F15q BIOS seems to have problems with any overclock changes 'sticking'. You can change them in BIOS, but they don't continue on through to Windows unless you've done a CMOS reset and then set your OC.

I was having issues with this on my Z77X-UD5H where I was decreasing VCore in BIOS, but HW Monitor didn't show it in Windows, and a change to the F15r bios from HERE was able to fix the problem. Now my BIOS changes are properly implemented in Windows. Makes life much easier smile.gif

You also have to take into account the inherent variability between individual chips. Mine isn't stable at 4.5ghz below 1.270 VCore - at 1.265 I get WHEA errors, but can still run P95 for hours and at 1.260, P95 crashes. I've seen posts from people with the same chip running 4.5ghz at 1.200-1.220 totally stable.
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Sounds interesting the bios.. just seems odd that every time is flushed the cMOS i get different results.. will never go near a gigabyte MOB again.. and if the future Intel chips have crappy tim, then will look elsewhere. then i will be looking at AMD which i haven't tried yet. but i have had nothing but trouble from Gigabyte and Intel. Thought Gigabyte would of been good, but the usb3 are tatty at best along with the conflicts with BIOS so far and the over clocking issues.. gets you wondering..

Think my next board will be ASUS. And will all depend on the next gen of chip..

Hope everyone finds a stable over clock and all works out for ppl.

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Hallo pips,

I have a very strong feeling none of your chips have degraded (any of you that have gigabyte boards). The bios is the one acting up. If you sourced your update bios from gigabyte main site then you will run into issues but if you source your bios from here:- http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios-11.html#post274647 then you might have a different experience. I was also experiencing some weird issues before changing source.
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Hi, so you would say it is entirely down to Gigabyte and dodgy BIOS releases from them to date?
So the BIOS versions on tweaktown are legit, i.e not gonna blow up my machine smile.gif

I will give the latest 15r a go. and try to over clock to 4.8 which i was initially getting stable at 1.36v, but now is not even stable over 1.4v hence suck to 4.5 overclock at 1.27v, which was initially 1.25.

I sincerely hope it is the bios and not the Chip, the amount of anxiety ans sweet i have been through with de-lidding and everything else has made me gain a good 5 years!!

Will post back my findings with the new bios.

Cheers

Daniel
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Hallo pips,

I have a very strong feeling none of your chips have degraded (any of you that have gigabyte boards). The bios is the one acting up. If you sourced your update bios from gigabyte main site then you will run into issues but if you source your bios from here:- http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios-11.html#post274647 then you might have a different experience. I was also experiencing some weird issues before changing source.

Well after loading the latest and greatest Bios... no change in the voltages.. it is drawing 1.40V for 4.8ghz overclock. which was originally 1.355 or 1.36 initially.. this chip is degrading on me period.. it sucks big time wish i never bought it for overclocking..
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mine is on 41x 1.1v 90DEGREES OMG WHAT IS THIS PLZ HELP
should i go buy a new chip?
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mine is on 41x 1.1v 90DEGREES OMG WHAT IS THIS PLZ HELP
should i go buy a new chip?

are you using stock fan that comes with CPU?
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