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2013 Ivy Bridge i7-3770k overclocking results

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by LagunaX, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. fullinfusion

    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Wish me luck.. Winnipeg memory express have two cases of cpus and im going through all of them ;)
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Well I got what im hoping is a hand picked cherry here but I need some voltage help.
    temps are nice, helps that I had the water line hooked up to the INLET port of the block :slap:

    Batch #3233C599

    Whats the MAX/SAFE voltage to these IB's

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    Looks like you have quite the hot chip. You're pretty close to the limit already. You might want to think about delidding or finding a different chip.

    *Actually try using Core Temp to see what temps it gives you. RealTemp hasn't been updated since Ivy Bridge.
     
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    ?? Two things. 55c isn't hot, 90c is the stress testing limit for these. You won't know if it's particularly hot until he puts more volts into it at more common speeds like 4.5+. Secondly Realtemp matches up with the latest aida, which has had plenty of updates and both tend to be what people who report up to 90c have been using anyways. He's doing fine so far.

    Supposedly 1.4v-1.5v has been holding up for people pushing 5 ghz, but you need really good cooling and possibly a delid for that.
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    :wtf: serious? hot? erocker you been playing in the solvents again jk!

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    thank you I thought so too :rockout:

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    Oh jeeze, I was looking at the "Distance to TJ Max" thinking it was max temp. DUH! :laugh:

    Hey, what are you using for stress testing?
     
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    just doing a quick overclock to find the multi so a few min of prime 95 large and its 24c in the room with the case closed up.
    the wife is working out on the tread mill and its quite warm in here.
     
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    This is what I run at everyday:

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    Sometimes it gets hot in here and I can't run it any higher due to heat. Works fine for me and I don't think I'm going to pry the lid off of this thing.
     
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    @ fullinfusion looking @ the image in #155 try 1.22/ 1.24 start @ 4800 if temps ok & stable try 4900 @ same v's
     
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    well on a good note, im happy with this cpu for just playing with it for 5 hrs or so.

    It turned out like I expected.. like they say always bet on black! I chose red lol... this cpu Loves the volts but has manageable temps so should I complain?

    Revision c hmmm

    Revision B good

    Revision D? I didnt want to take the chance :confused:

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    This thing is going back. I have 7 days for an exchange.

    Way too hot... prime 30min run is 89c on the highest core! 1.416v under load

    Not going to dilid.. I should have gone Hasswell.... just like the amd chips:p
     
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    An above average chip would do 5 ghz at that voltage. Temp I wouldn't sweat as long as that's the peak and it's spending most of the time at 70-80. I wouldn't want it at 90c for 24 hours straight.
     
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    Thats at prime 95 Small FFT's Now at 1.392v

    Im working the voltage lower with load line calibration set to extreme.. So far 30min of stress is giving me 85 on the highest core so it is getting better..
     
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    @ that voltage mine will hit 5.5 all day

    ARE you using a TIM that has to set? come Summer will be hard to hold 4800 24/7 for sure it will be in the 90ty's :eek:


    @ LAN_deRf_HA Great chip for sure thought about moving to Hasswell on the new OC Formula But not until I see some gold chips up for sale
     
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    I think that qualifies as a "platinum" chip.
     
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    Id like to see that lol... anyways this thing is going back for an exchange.

    Maybe ill get a better one. Core #1 is in a sense dead.. Prime brings up hardware malfunction
    and the rest of the workers run fine.
     
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    ^^ this chip is starting to wear:ohwell: had to up the v's & I need to redo the TIM
    quick prime run
     

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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Just got back from the city with a different cpu.

    So far I like it :D
    The last cpu wouldn't even boot at 1.20v
    Batch # 3227C492

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    1.20v didnt last more then a few min under load but 1.25 is still running :rockout:

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    Getting better by the 10's :D

    Any way to have tighter voltage on the cpu? I mean so it doesn't ramp up so much?

    The new thermal paste is starting to cure I see :rockout:

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    *update*

    5.0Ghz :rockout:

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    You de-lid the proc?
     
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    YES SIR :D page 3 posts 56,58 page 5 # 118 results with external rad going to redo the Liquid pro this wkend see if I can get the temps back in line.
    Looks like you got a winner of a chip there :toast:

    you should have no problem doing that. I need to have a look @ the ROG bios but for now have you tried 'offset voltage' instead of 'fixed'? You can prob knock down the load line with that new chip too. Dave uses the Maximus for a lot of his reviews try hitting him up for some info for now
     
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    Thanks and thank you :respect:
    Im using a Maximus board as well and.. Yup been hitting Dave up for info and he's been so helpful! :rockout: God bless that man and his family :toast:

    I found the comfortable setting of 4.8 GHz @ 1.30v till winter comes my way THEN I can cool my room to 6c and clock this bitch to the max...:D

    You ever see my pic of my loop frozen with ice lol.. I left the window open all night when it was -30c and haha frozen solid :eek:

    Off set nope I dont like the turbo lag... and load line Is at max and tonight im going to set it to optimized and see how it holds up.
     
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    this is working well... now time to test out IB mem controller ;)

    Good temps too and its 24c in here atm ;) and fans on med speed

    [​IMG]
     
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    Witch version
    Corsair from your spec?
     
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