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Wrong, he get 5GHz on 1,44V and this is to high, with LLC sometimes he hit surely 1,45V.

So what? That would still likely be the best benching IB-e I've ever encountered. Personally I probably wouldn't run it at that speed 24/7, it would be prudent to back it down to 4.9 or even 4.8 to ensure its prolonged life. But even if he did decide to run it at 5ghz @1.45 24/7 we have zero evidence so far that it would degrade any faster than it would at 1.35v -- it's all pure speculation still.
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these chips are about as stable as a air hostess whos had one too many quaaludes and going through a rough divorce.

I got 4.5@1.35 but no more and if i boot into my bench mode 2nd windows 7 it doesnt even like 1.35 and i have to put it up 1.375 dispite the fact that the other windows ran superpi and cinebench fine. 

 

I cant get 4.6 or anything and if i try windows throws all kinds of BSOD's at me which ive never seen including one which was just a big blue screen saying "Hardware Malfunction" and thats it. 

I thought i put too much TIM on it or something but i dont know. Im guessing it just early doors with the bios' for IVY-E and i should just wait 

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hey guys long time lurker thought id make my debut here smile.gif playing around with a new build, got a 4930k and just playing around with the OC, so far i got 4.5ghz @ 1.4v (1.392v) stable, playing around with 4.6ghz now smile.gif

Wow here since 2007 and this is your first post. Welcome biggrin.gifcheers.gif

How is your overclocking going with 4.6?
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Hehe, seven years delay ! Like it ! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by MehlstaubtheCat View Post

Wrong, he get 5GHz on 1,44V and this is to high, with LLC sometimes he hit surely 1,45V.

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Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post

So what? That would still likely be the best benching IB-e I've ever encountered. Personally I probably wouldn't run it at that speed 24/7, it would be prudent to back it down to 4.9 or even 4.8 to ensure its prolonged life. But even if he did decide to run it at 5ghz @1.45 24/7 we have zero evidence so far that it would degrade any faster than it would at 1.35v -- it's all pure speculation still.

I'm pretty sure i can speak for Joa on that one and say It's for benching, not 24/7. 1.4-1.45v isn't a lot for a bench chip, especially when it'll only be run for a few minutes at most any one time.
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

(for me almost more important) a nice IMC than can do DDR3 2800
With RIVBE most Ivy-e chips I tested will do 3000+ with capable MFR or Samsung 4GB ram, but some can't go 3100+ (h2o)
Edited by centvalny - 1/9/14 at 10:53am
post #407 of 2792
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I'm pretty sure i can speak for Joa on that one and say It's for benching, not 24/7. 1.4-1.45v isn't a lot for a bench chip, especially when it'll only be run for a few minutes at most any one time.

...mostly right ! While I do play the odd game with it, it is used for benching right now. That said, eventually they'll move on to a commercially-minded VM so I don't want to destroy stuff carelessly , but so far so good.

Also, the system sits in a massive, 'siamesed 'w-c loop' built to take out up to 3000w of heat energy, yet during benching, only one system at a time is really running full power, the other two are idling (or may be web browsing), worth mentioning because of the relationship between voltage and heat. Finally, the various 'sub-zero' guys I know tell me that Ivy-E is far more resilient than SB-E.
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With RIVBE most Ivy-e chips I tested will do 3000+ with capable MFR or Samsung 4GB ram, but some can't go 3100+ (h2o)

...good to know - I'm perfectly happy w/2800 to 2900 as the 'early double-sided' TirdentX kit I have can run that at stock voltage and tight timings
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Are you running the big watercool rads Joa?
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

. Finally, the various 'sub-zero' guys I know tell me that Ivy-E is far more resilient than SB-E.
Ideally 5.9Ghz Vantage physics stable on LN2, problem is average Ivyb-e chip wall maxed @ 5.6/5.7Ghz for vantage, even the low volts air/h2o ones
Edited by centvalny - 1/9/14 at 12:05pm
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

Are you running the big watercool rads Joa?

...will sound like I'm 'set in my ways' w / o trying new stuff, but I use a modular approach that ALWAYS builds on a MPC655c pump, XSPC RX360/60 and a BlackIce 160/63 (+ fans, 1/2 - 3/4 i-o tubing etc).

The 'siamesed' system I referred to runs five modules of that.strung together by 3 reservoirs....the advantage of this modular approach lays with 'maintenance and reserve' parts as I always like to keep an extra pump, rad etc around for sudden emergencies (which strangely enough seem to happen Friday nights / weekends when stores are mostly closed) ...sort of like an airline like SouthWest only using 737s > makes maintenance / costs easier smile.gif
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Originally Posted by centvalny View Post

Ideally 5.9Ghz Vantage physics stable on LN2, problem is average Ivyb-e chip wall maxed @ 5.6/5.7Ghz for vantage, even the low volts air/h2o ones

...5.6 would be nice already !
Edited by Joa3d43 - 1/9/14 at 12:15pm
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