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post #71 of 140
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Yay. We're on the same boat ^^. Sucks to have gotten such a bad batch.
post #72 of 140
list your batch numbers, I listed both of mine on the Ivy Bridge thread, will have to go back and find..
post #73 of 140
I was thinking about going to a 3770k so i might be getting rid of my 3570k it gets 4.5 at 1.160 volts i use to be 1.184 but i just did some bios adjustments about to weeks ago and its running smooth biggrin.gif
post #74 of 140
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I was thinking about going to a 3770k so i might be getting rid of my 3570k it gets 4.5 at 1.160 volts i use to be 1.184 but i just did some bios adjustments about to weeks ago and its running smooth biggrin.gif
sell it to the OP...!
post #75 of 140
cmon people...from 4.3 to 4.5....


real world performance will be the same
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Zotac SSD - WD 1TB (x2) Zalman Performa W10 64 Bits HP 2509 25" 1080p 
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post #76 of 140
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Batch number is : 3220c356
post #77 of 140
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cmon people...from 4.3 to 4.5....


real world performance will be the same
don't think it's about that.... this is OCN and odds are most want the highest they can go per heat ratio
or should I say wanted heat ratio because I can turn my clocks up higher if I wish.
so why yes you have a point and the difference isn't noticeable to the human eye, gimme the higher clock to satisfy my... tongue.gif
post #78 of 140
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Is it weird that on auto, stock voltage, on load it goes to 1.36v and on 4.5ghz on auto it runs up to 1.52? I find this absurdly high.
Edited by teabubblez - 5/11/13 at 8:13pm
post #79 of 140
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Is it weird that on auto, stock voltage, on load it goes to 1.36v and on 4.5ghz on auto it runs up to 1.52? I find this absurdly high.
this is where your negative/positive offset comes into play for CPU voltage..
are you running an offset or have it constant set manually.?

try running a +45 offset instead of manual and see where that gets you.
post #80 of 140
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I was just saying that for fun haha. I did manual voltage. Tried off sets too didn't make much of a difference. Do you mean + 0.045?
Edited by teabubblez - 5/11/13 at 8:58pm
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