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seriously.....the same motherboard has excellent overclocking ability with the Sandy at 5ghz, I don't think it poses any problem for the 3770k....

I got kinda fedup today with this 3770k , as I tried to check for Prime-Stable and temps and seriously this chip gets to 70c at stock clock-voltage (1.112v) with Prime.
Then to get Prime Stable at 4.5ghz it needs not 1.25 but more like..... 1.29v and reaches 90c

Damn intel and their stupid GOO , but I am not gonna delid it.
Seriously though, those temps are with high-end air cooling (Cryorig R1 Ultimate full speed)

Seeing the voltage needed and temps for Prime Stable 4.5ghz I didn't even try for 4.6...

I guess I decided, it is gonna be sold and I will stick to my Sandy @5ghz
I just hope PCI-E 2.0 will not pose a problem with new GPUs
post #42 of 46
I only hit 75 to 80 with prime95 4.5. I think I lucked out on my Intel TIM under the lid.
    
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PCE 2.0 will be very little on changes to GTX1070/1080.
Agree the 3770k heat output is just bad even at stock.
Have a look. This is with Titan X.
    
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PCE 2.0 will be very little on changes to GTX1070/1080.
Agree the 3770k heat output is just bad even at stock.
Have a look. This is with Titan X.

from the second video, even if the clocks are not fair (based on the overclockability of each cpu gen) it looks like sandy and ivy are almost the same, with haswell having a moderate lead and skylake the only one really pulling ahead from the pack.

I guess the equality of sandy and ivy proves pci-e is not a problem yet...
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I would say upgrade if you want the new features that the z170 platform has to offer. If your not interested in those features its probably not worth the money.
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I ditched the 3770k that could barely get to 4.6 with tons of voltage and decided to stay with my 2600k for the time being.

To be fair even if the Ivy was a downgrade, I believe Skylake is a valid upgrade, just not worth the cost for the performance difference (OCed vs OCed of course) and staying on the same number of cores/threads.
I think I d better invest my money on a watercooling setup that was on my list since I got the Thermaltake Core P5 that will be kept and help even on my next upgrades (when I decide to upgrade anyway, in canonlake or Zen or something)

Thanks for the help eveyrone, seems like a good clocking Sandy still stands strong after 5.5 years! (Wow)
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