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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Ivy is ok up to 1.5v and 95c, it is a pretty tough chip. Personally I don’t recommend going much over 1.4v for 24/7, and I like to keep my Prime95 temps closer to 80c if possible. Not sure where you got the 1.35v limit, I run 1.41v on both mine 24/7.

where did you hear ivy is good up to 1.5v..

Intel officially said to overclocking OEM [ 1.41v ] for 2 years under 70% maximum load conditions is the only guarantee
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Ivy is ok up to 1.5v and 95c, it is a pretty tough chip. Personally I don’t recommend going much over 1.4v for 24/7, and I like to keep my Prime95 temps closer to 80c if possible. Not sure where you got the 1.35v limit, I run 1.41v on both mine 24/7.


I know that 1.5 is the limit but if I cross 1.35, my temps are hay wire. that's the whole problem. I am not comfortable delidding as well as it voids the warranty. at 4.4ghz load, the temps are max 72 degrees on prime95
post #13 of 16
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I know that 1.5 is the limit but if I cross 1.35, my temps are hay wire. that's the whole problem. I am not comfortable delidding as well as it voids the warranty. at 4.4ghz load, the temps are max 72 degrees on prime95

Failure rate on INTEL chips are VERY low.. it's not likely you'll need the warranty due to a faulty part....

Now if you OC without the intel insurance, technically you shouldn't in good conscience claim the warranty if you burn the chip with or without delid


Now, IF you delid, you're guaranteed 4.8ghz... with 1.4-1.45v and temps will be VERY managable .. you take what you have now, subtract 20* C thumb.gifthumb.gif
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

where did you hear ivy is good up to 1.5v..

Intel officially said to overclocking OEM [ 1.41v ] for 2 years under 70% maximum load conditions is the only guarantee
You want to argue with Sin0822? Feel free my friend.
Recommended range 1.3-1.45v, max 1.55v.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end

You have a link to the official Intel quote?
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Originally Posted by irfanrafeeq88 View Post

I know that 1.5 is the limit but if I cross 1.35, my temps are hay wire. that's the whole problem. I am not comfortable delidding as well as it voids the warranty. at 4.4ghz load, the temps are max 72 degrees on prime95
Ah, I see, yes temps are the problem for non delidded chips, voltage limits only come in after delidding. Sorry for the poor oc luck. I was having some trouble with my first mobo/chip combination so I exchanged it at the store with the 15 period and ended up with a much better chip. Not much we can do about the completely random silicon lottery. I purchased my really bad ocer, and my really good one from the same store within weeks of each other – just comes down to luck.

Based on 72c you still have room to go to 4.5, but that is up to you, not like there is anything wrong with 4.4.
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post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

You want to argue with Sin0822? Feel free my friend.
Recommended range 1.3-1.45v, max 1.55v.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end

You have a link to the official Intel quote?
Ah, I see, yes temps are the problem for non delidded chips, voltage limits only come in after delidding. Sorry for the poor oc luck. I was having some trouble with my first mobo/chip combination so I exchanged it at the store with the 15 period and ended up with a much better chip. Not much we can do about the completely random silicon lottery. I purchased my really bad ocer, and my really good one from the same store within weeks of each other – just comes down to luck.

Based on 72c you still have room to go to 4.5, but that is up to you, not like there is anything wrong with 4.4.

I admit I read the intel quote on anandtech forum, I recall they did provide a link, I'm trying to remember the oem.. it was a small box they made with the 3770.. pre oced to 4ghz using 1.41v
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

I admit I read the intel quote on anandtech forum, I recall they did provide a link, I'm trying to remember the oem.. it was a small box they made with the 3770.. pre oced to 4ghz using 1.41v
I just sold my 3570k and bought myself a 3770k and luckily its a good chip. Currently at 4.6Ghz with 1.24 volts.
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