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Ha! Same here. 4.8ghz @ 1.36v

btw most consider a 23 hour run of p95 to be the best way to determine if your chip is stable. 23 hours is how long it takes to run through all the tests. Others run p95 a full 48 hours (I have seen people get errors after 23 hours). Others just depend completely on folding to determine a stable OC.

I do 50 runs of max memory linpack, at least 24 hours of Prime blend, and then I fold some WUs. Linpack is my feeler for getting within a stable range. Prime gets pretty much the rest of the instability out, and then I fold just because it can occasionally cause a failure where the other two didn't. I won't retest linpack and Prime if the foldering crashes though. I'll just bump the voltage up a hundredth or whatever it takes to get the folding stable, and then I consider it good.
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People have different thresholds for what they consider "stable." What gets through one person's gambit of tests won't make it through another's. You'll just have to find a system that works for you and find what you consider stable.

4.8 @ 1.36V

I don't know why your assuming I think your voltage will work on my motherboard
I simply asked to see what speeds/volts you guys are running so i could compare to other 3770k:)

thanks for all posting! time to reformat smile.gif
  
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post #13 of 21
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I don't know why your assuming I think your voltage will work on my motherboard
I simply asked to see what speeds/volts you guys are running so i could compare to other 3770k:)

thanks for all posting! time to reformat smile.gif

He meant the stable testing part. Some guys say 24 hours of prime95, some 12 hours, or xxx runs of IBT. Many different opinions of what stable is.

Current 3770k in this rig is 4.8Ghz 1.36V.
The other 3770ks I have done some stability testing on were at 4.5Ghz to compare, needing from 1.12V - 1.296V for 4.5Ghz stable.
I don't stress test my best chips.
    
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post #14 of 21
I7-3770K OC 4.7G @1.230V , I dont know how High mine can go.

I bet 4.8 @1.28-1.30v, hopefully.
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Any of you know how this works?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1317335/whea-error-alert-guide-or-how-i-got-out-of-wheaville

on SB 2600k i would instantly BSOD if i needed vcore
i set this up and seems it will give me a popup but i won't really BSOD

ivy bridge is all new to me biggrin.gif
  
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post #16 of 21
Yeah, for whatever reason Sandy chips don't cause WHEA errors - must be something new in Ivy chips. You'll still BSOD with Ivy if you are far enough away from stability, but if you are close you'll get WHEA errors instead.
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You guys have some good chips
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post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by babyzone2 View Post

I7-3770K OC 4.7G @1.230V , I dont know how High mine can go.

I bet 4.8 @1.28-1.30v, hopefully.
I'm struggling to get 4.5 at 1.275 smile.gif you got a super nice chip.
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Yeah, for whatever reason Sandy chips don't cause WHEA errors - must be something new in Ivy chips. You'll still BSOD with Ivy if you are far enough away from stability, but if you are close you'll get WHEA errors instead.
thanks Forceman smile.gif
So ultimately if i can pass stress tests but i'm getting WHEA errors i should add vcore?
Is this the type of thing that would give me file corruption?
  
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post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

I'm struggling to get 4.5 at 1.275 smile.gif you got a super nice chip.
thanks Forceman smile.gif
So ultimately if i can pass stress tests but i'm getting WHEA errors i should add vcore?
Is this the type of thing that would give me file corruption?

I don't know about corruption, but adding vcore usually gets rid of them.
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

I'm struggling to get 4.5 at 1.275 smile.gif you got a super nice chip.
thanks Forceman smile.gif
So ultimately if i can pass stress tests but i'm getting WHEA errors i should add vcore?
Is this the type of thing that would give me file corruption?

It is better than what I expected, but I have to Have Ultra High (75%) on LLC to make the voltage to drop to that low.
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