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i7 2700K @ 5.2GHz, GTX 680 +180MHz core / +500MHz mem : P11119 3dmarks
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3187077

Wow I tied your P score with my 3770k clocked at 4.7 GHz!

My 680 is clocked at 1250 gpu (+125) 6840 mem (+425).

X3751
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3329162

P11117
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3329177

This shows the clock-for clock advantage of the 3770K over the 2600k/2700k (4.7GHz vs 5.2GHz). PCI-E 3.0 rocks too!

RJT
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Originally Posted by nuusk1s View Post

i7 2700K @ 5.2GHz, GTX 680 +180MHz core / +500MHz mem : P11119 3dmarks
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3187077

Wow I tied your P score with my 3770k clocked at 4.7 GHz!

My 680 is clocked at 1250 gpu (+125) 6840 mem (+425).

X3751
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3329162

P11117
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3329177

This shows the clock-for clock advantage of the 3770K over the 2600k/2700k (4.7GHz vs 5.2GHz). PCI-E 3.0 rocks too!

RJT

Eh, my 2700K was clocked at 4.8 GHz for this run, and it a physics score of 11666. Your 3770K @ 4.7 gets 11906, which is a 1% difference. The guy with the 5.2 GHz 2700K had an abnormally low physics score. Either his overclock was unstable, or there was something else going on (maybe he had background processes taking up CPU resources).

http://i.imgur.com/0sLON.jpg
Edited by 996gt2 - 5/2/12 at 9:43pm
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post #1793 of 6994
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Wow I tied your P score with my 3770k clocked at 4.7 GHz!
My 680 is clocked at 1250 gpu (+125) 6840 mem (+425).
X3751
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3329162
P11117
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3329177
This shows the clock-for clock advantage of the 3770K over the 2600k/2700k (4.7GHz vs 5.2GHz). PCI-E 3.0 rocks too!
RJT

that makes me ecstatic.... im getting my 3770k today (ordered Sunday) to replace my 2500k i just got a few months ago. was almost doubting the benefits of buying it due to me not even have a new video card but, I like the clock for clock advantage it is showing.

I know these new ivy's run hotter, but i heard they use less voltage for higher clocks, that hold any stones?
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that makes me ecstatic.... im getting my 3770k today (ordered Sunday) to replace my 2500k i just got a few months ago. was almost doubting the benefits of buying it due to me not even have a new video card but, I like the clock for clock advantage it is showing.
I know these new ivy's run hotter, but i heard they use less voltage for higher clocks, that hold any stones?

Actually, I use a Raystorm water block, and even when I was clocked a smidgen higher, at 4.8GHz, it needed a vcore of only 1.33V, and my temps never cracked 67 C on Intelburn (maximum stress level). I think 5.0GHz on good air is doable at 1.38v-1.40v (for <80 C load temp).

This is a grrrreat ivy overclocking guide: http://flyingsuicide.net/news/the-definitive-ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide/

And this is an excellent "rule of thumb" parameters graph:

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Good luck with your Ivy!

RJT
Edited by RJT - 5/3/12 at 3:16pm
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hpOvU.jpg

Playing around with my new build.
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Nice rig and great score Evtron! what's your v-core at 4.7GHz?

RJT
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Actually, I use a Raystorm water block, and even when I was clocked a smidgen higher, at 4.8GHz, it needed a vcore of only 1.33V, and my temps never cracked 67 C on Intelburn (maximum stress level). I think 5.0GHz on good air is doable at 1.38v-1.40v (for <80 C load temp).
This is a grrrreat ivy overclocking guide: http://flyingsuicide.net/news/the-definitive-ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide/
And this is an excellent "rule of thumb" parameters graph:
352
Good luck with your Ivy!
RJT


HAHA funny thing is... IT WONT BOOT!!!!!!!!!!!!! i swapped it out with my 2500k last night, keeps restarting right away in seconds, put 2500k back in, did same thing, i had bent a few pins. ok, my mistake and a BIG headache fixing it but i did, put the 3770k in, did the same thing!!! put 2500k back in, works!!! noticed BIOS wasn't clearing and thought that could be it, got it all back to stock, wont boot with the 3770k no matter what i do but my 2500k is in here rocking like always!

prob just gonna send it back to newegg and get my money back and wait for the next series chips, been hearing bad things about ivy already! plus i don't need anymore then this 2500k since im not upgrading my 460's yet.
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Here's my score for my sig rig!

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3343276
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her is 3D MARK 11 P
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3324318;jsessionid=1jfrh0venz76bmma2jrmjikuv
4 way gtx 680

Nice, x4 680's.....drool.gif

Nice score too! thumb.gif
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