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Why won't those idiots post the batch number
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I want to see if it's similar to mine, which is also quite new.
 

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kind of pointless without batch #'s, guess it's a secret...or fake
 

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Why won't those idiots post the batch number
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I want to see if it's similar to mine, which is also quite new.
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kind of pointless without batch #'s, guess it's a secret...or fake
Was thinking the same thing while reading the thread. Im going to MC tomorrow and would love to look for this magical batch
 

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I'm pretty sure my 3770k could do the same with HT turned off. So I guess 3570k hasn't had a proper golden batch unti now.
 

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I'm kind of tempted to make an account and see if the guy will PM me the number, although I'm probably not the first person to think of this and he'll probably have 10,000 messages asking for it
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Look at the temps tho. Your 3770K would only hit 76C in prime at 5Ghz?
It would go below ambient with sufficient cooling. It is kind of hard to say without knowing what cooling he used.
 

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It would go below ambient with sufficient cooling. It is kind of hard to say without knowing what cooling he used.
Says in his first post. Those are air runs. makes me think. Perhaps the "Haswell" production tolerances and procedures are trickling over to ivy now?
 

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Says in his first post. Those are air runs
I guess I missed it the first time I looked. I blame lack of sleep.
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Those temps are pretty good but I'm still not sure as HT raises the temps with around 10°C.

Edit: And actually the max core temp in that screenshot is 85°C unless I'm hallucinating now. Under IBT it would be +5°C and imagining that it was a 3770k with HT on it would hit 100°C. So nothing special it seems.
 

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I guess I missed it the first time I looked. I blame lack of sleep.
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Those temps are pretty good but I'm still not sure as HT raises the temps with around 10°C.
Starting to think this is a preview of how well the haswell chips will overclock.
 

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You guys should take into account two things:
1) Those were only short prime runs. It may need a lot more voltage to be stable
2) The temps are pretty much normal considering that it is a 3570k
 

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You guys should take into account two things:
1) Those were only short prime runs. It may need a lot more voltage to be stable
2) The temps are pretty much normal considering that it is a 3570k
Are those temps normal for a 3570K 5ghz on... air?
If it's stable in p95 for an hour it might need more voltage but not "a lot more", if it was so far from stable it would have BSOD'd or failed before 1 hour, at least it was like that with my experiences.
 

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Are those temps normal for a 3570K 5ghz on... air?
If it's stable in p95 for an hour it might need more voltage but not "a lot more", if it was so far from stable it would have BSOD'd or failed before 1 hour, at least it was like that with my experiences.
With that voltage, yes. And FYI a chip can crash even after 16 hours of prime.
 

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With that voltage, yes. And FYI a chip can crash even after 16 hours of prime.
Yes, it can, and an OC that fails after 16 hours of prime is pretty much stable, you can add more voltage but it will be a very small increment needed. Even in the Sandy stable club they only require 12 hour runs.
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You guys should take into account two things:
1) Those were only short prime runs. It may need a lot more voltage to be stable
2) The temps are pretty much normal considering that it is a 3570k
I've NEVER seen temps that low with a stock tim 3570K at 5Ghz on prime. He even did a 5.6Ghz run on air

 

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I've NEVER seen temps that low with a stock tim 3570K at 5Ghz on prime.
While there are many who run around [email protected] with temps around that. I agree with the voltage being awesome but not with the temps. And even the voltage doesn't imply that Intel has finally figured out the manufacturing process. This is only one chip. We'll have to see more chips overclocking like this before rushing into conclusions.
 

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Says it is on an ASRock OC Formula motherboard though - isn't that one of the ones known for reporting low Vcores?
 
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