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Watch it need 1.3v for 4.6 lol but, yea I ran my 3770k at 1.19 out of the box now I need 1.22 for 4.5
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Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103 View Post

So I got a 3770K on the cheap through retail edge. it arrived today, and I slapped her in and immediately started OCing. I had a 3570K before some i'm not totally inexperienced. However, this one is giving me pause. Not because it requires insane vcore, but because its taking very little.

So i figured I would post here for some peer review to find out if A. Im doing it right, and B. if my CPU is golden.

I have had horrible luck with the silicon lottery ever since my phenom days. redface.gif

I hope my luck has turned around. I started at 4.5GHz and 1.2v it primed and IBT'd fine. Dropped, then dropped some more. Now im at 4.5GHz @ 1.135v in bios and under 100% load it shoots up to 1.15v

I run 30 IBT runs first for the quick and dirty, then prime for the long haul. So whats the verdict, if this turns out to be 100% stable am I good? Did my years of bad luck come to an end?

Here is a quick screenie, this is only about 20 min in prime but she already passed 30 runs of IBT.

My temps suck because my cooler is a antec kuhler 620, i plan on getting a H80i its a place holder is all.



Very nice! Shame the temps are that high for such low vcore. You are going to need to delid that puppy to get 5ghz stable.
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Originally Posted by iMica View Post

Watch it need 1.3v for 4.6 lol but, yea I ran my 3770k at 1.19 out of the box now I need 1.22 for 4.5
Thats still not bad vcore. I wont mind if the break in period is over and it only needs an additional .03 of volts.



New Update: 30 runs IBT 4.5GHz @ 1.125v max vcore under 100% load reached 1.136


I think this is where she will stay for a week or two then hopefully the break in period is over and I can push higher.
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Very nice! Shame the temps are that high for such low vcore. You are going to need to delid that puppy to get 5ghz stable.

Well my cooler is only a 620 antec. Im sure a H80i will help. Also its in a SFF build so airflow is a bit restricted.

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Originally Posted by Bruennis View Post

Yes, 4.5GHz @ 1.15 V is "golden". For comparison's sake mine needs 1.25 V for 4.5GHz which is about average for 3770K's

If it has yours and FTW seal of approval thats good enough for me. lol
Edited by Dimaggio1103 - 6/4/13 at 10:20pm
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Originally Posted by iMica View Post

Watch it need 1.3v for 4.6 lol but, yea I ran my 3770k at 1.19 out of the box now I need 1.22 for 4.5

Bummer

And I was feeling bad for needed 1.25v to run at 4.6 rolleyes.gif
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How about a max one? I also believe i have a "golden" last gen chip: my 2500k can do 5 ghz stable at 1.402 v :
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Originally Posted by Morfy View Post

How about a max one? I also believe i have a "golden" last gen chip: my 2500k can do 5 ghz stable at 1.402 v :

and so can mine check the link in my sig. not hard alot of 2500ks can hold 5ghz stable. they are strong overclockers. ivy bridge chips on the other hand. are kind of poop because they always need a delid for proper temps.
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I wonder how accurate the voltage read is on one of those ASRock's itx boards. If it uses the same analog PWM as the Extreme4 then you might be running way more volts through it than you think.
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Originally Posted by Fulvin View Post

I wonder how accurate the voltage read is on one of those ASRock's itx boards. If it uses the same analog PWM as the Extreme4 then you might be running way more volts through it than you think.

I didnt want to make him feel bad.... But it does smell of asrock in here.. First thing i did when he posted was open his rig and say "uh huh" to myself.. Not his fault but he should read through the thread below. Sin0822 is one of overclock.net best motherboard experts and stays active in this thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1360404/asrock-z77-extreme-4-vcore-reading/0_100
Edited by chronicfx - 6/5/13 at 4:48am
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Sorry bud... Read my *ASROCK* threads.

Most people that have read my threads will know what is happening here.

Your chip is using more volts than that software u have is reading. Shame isn't it?
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Sorry bud... Read my *ASROCK* threads.

Most people that have read my threads will know what is happening here.

Your chip is using more volts than that software u have is reading. Shame isn't it?

Can you link some. I have not read your thread.
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