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I ran my 3770 at 1.512 for a couple of months and no issues. What are your temps at 1.6 v ?

85c after 5 mins of large FFT. Also, very important fact that I forgot to mentioned 1.6v was without Hyperthreading. HT requires more vcore right off the bat do I didn't even try plus it's kinda useless for me.

What level of LLC do you use?
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I forget what its called , it is the second highest setting on the sniper MB.
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probably high. same for me when when I run 1.6v. currently I run 1.45v for 4.8Ghz just cranked it up from 4.7 for couple of days. no error or anything yet.
I don't mind 1.5v but I don't think I can get anywhere upping 0.05v, it should need at least 0.08v to go to the next 100mhz.
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I forget what its called , it is the second highest setting on the sniper MB.

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probably high. same for me when when I run 1.6v. currently I run 1.45v for 4.8Ghz just cranked it up from 4.7 for couple of days. no error or anything yet.
I don't mind 1.5v but I don't think I can get anywhere upping 0.05v, it should need at least 0.08v to go to the next 100mhz.
out of curiosity, how many ivy's you guys have had?
this is my first and it seems the sandy i was on before was alot more solid, of course i dont have the best 3770k, still curious about the vcore

many people claimed the ivy could handle higher vcores, while my temps dont break 75C at 1.495vcore, after doing that for 12hours my chip either degraded a bit , or as someone else said, it might not have been "broken in"

makes me scared to try a 4.8ghz or higher run seeing i had errors at 4.7 1.495
  
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My first and only Ivy... waiting for Ivy-E biggrin.gif
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out of curiosity, how many ivy's you guys have had?
this is my first and it seems the sandy i was on before was alot more solid, of course i dont have the best 3770k, still curious about the vcore

many people claimed the ivy could handle higher vcores, while my temps dont break 75C at 1.495vcore, after doing that for 12hours my chip either degraded a bit , or as someone else said, it might not have been "broken in"

makes me scared to try a 4.8ghz or higher run seeing i had errors at 4.7 1.495
That's a pretty bad chip my 3570k non delid can run at 4.7ghz using 1.30 volts
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That's a pretty bad chip my 3570k non delid can run at 4.7ghz using 1.30 volts

your chip is a 3570k and doesnt have hyper threading
while my chips not golden, or great, yours is decent smile.gif

what are your temps?
  
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Speaking of this, my 3770k takes 1.27V for 4.6gHz, and around 1.43V for 4.8gHz. How is that? I haven't tried 5.0gHz extensively, but I expect to require 1.55V, based on past experience. How is that - didn't feel like starting a new thread for that.

My chip does 4.4 @ 1.18...4.7 @ 1.31v~...5ghz needs 1.55+
This is delidded... redface.gif
 
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Those who claimed 75c at 1.495v are probably those who have expensive water cool or delidded their chip or both.

I don't think you would want to go higher on vcore for ivy as (there's diminishing returns for vcore or something i forgot) . If you really want it you can try stabilise it at 4.7ghz as it already requires 1.495v. You could go for 4.6ghz first but up to you, some people just want to see 5ghz no matter the consequences (as I was).

1.495v for 4.7ghz is a very bad chip but revise your OC as there is a chance that you've overvolted it.

I would go back to the vcore that boots into windows then go from there. Then try and crash it with program's you use e.g games whatever etc. check for whea errors in event viewer and fix them.

The reason I suspect you've overvolted it is because I used to make this mistake. Sometimes it's other things in your computer is the problem but happens to appear when you OC (just my thought), then you thought it's your CPU is the problem and cranked up vcore which causes even more problems.

(I flashed my GPU then forgot to flash back to the working bios. Gave me a day full of headache =P )
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My chip does 4.4 @ 1.18...4.7 @ 1.31v~...5ghz needs 1.55+
This is delidded... redface.gif
nice, how are the temps, you got a nice chip

if mine wasn't walled at 4.7 id run the high voltage because it benefits me on my 24/7 use, however at 1.495 with whea errors i dont think id accept a 1.510+ for 4.7ghz oc biggrin.gif
the 4.6ghz was i beleive around 1.43 or 1.45,cant remember but its saved in bios. all in all after my 4.5ghz gained 0.010vcore i've never clocked it higher since
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Those who claimed 75c at 1.495v are probably those who have expensive water cool or delidded their chip or both.

I don't think you would want to go higher on vcore for ivy as (there's diminishing returns for vcore or something i forgot) . If you really want it you can try stabilise it at 4.7ghz as it already requires 1.495v. You could go for 4.6ghz first but up to you, some people just want to see 5ghz no matter the consequences (as I was).

1.495v for 4.7ghz is a very bad chip but revise your OC as there is a chance that you've overvolted it.

I would go back to the vcore that boots into windows then go from there. Then try and crash it with program's you use e.g games whatever etc. check for whea errors in event viewer and fix them.

The reason I suspect you've overvolted it is because I used to make this mistake. Sometimes it's other things in your computer is the problem but happens to appear when you OC (just my thought), then you thought it's your CPU is the problem and cranked up vcore which causes even more problems.

(I flashed my GPU then forgot to flash back to the working bios. Gave me a day full of headache =P )

thanks for trying to help but after your rants in this thread i can't take your advice seriously

my Overclocks are done properly, i have some droop, no spikes, and my chip isnt overvolted. i'll sit here and bump 0.005 vcore untill whea errors disapear and i do a variety of QUICK stress tests before i run prime for 12-24+hours
(dont think i could overvolt it when i increase 0.005 from a range of 1.35 to 1.495 tongue.gif)

could be my ram overclock, but i can't see myself running at 800mhz biggrin.gif maybe ill have to drop the ram OC and see if i can drop vcore a substantial amount. guess ill take a crack at it in the near future. maybe my chips done "breaking itself in" biggrin.gif while my rig can handle the temps, im not sure the chips lifespan can handle the volts. its 24/7 use and 80%ram 80%cpu daily minimum, so its like im permanently benchmarking/stressing the cpu
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