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4.5ghz i5-3570k ~ 4.9ghz 2500k Cinebench CPU Rendering

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by LagunaX, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. LagunaX

    LagunaX

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    4.6ghz i5-3570k ~ 4.9ghz 2500k Cinebench CPU Rendering

    I pulled out the retail OEM E1 3570k and put in my 2500k at 4.9ghz same system.
    As far as Cinebench CPU rendering, it does appear a 4.6ghz 3570k @ 1.3v is roughly equivalent to a 4.9ghz 2500k @ 1.376v but runs at higher temps - see below:
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    It is then reasonable to infer that as far as Cinebench CPU rendering a 4.5ghz 3570k is comparable to a 4.8ghz 2500k.

    The temperature profile is much more reasonable and achievable by all with a 4.5ghz 3570k also:
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    NICE! I sure wished I could get one!
     
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    how does the 3570k mem oc on z68?

    if you can get 2400+mhz no point of me getting a z77 mb :D
     
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    Tried once and BSOD'ed.
    But i didn't try that hard I didn't adjust VCCIO.
     
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    2400mhz is easy on the M5G.

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    That's probably single stage, look at his cooling spec on system :)
     
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    OMFG !!! the teasing is killing me :cry: ... o and can i "borrow" you cooling sistem ... til you get a new one of course :laugh:

    joke aside i do love what i see there :drools:
     
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    These Ivy Bridge chips are A LOT hotter than SB. This has me thinking a 3770K is not what I need right now.
     
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    is the ASUS MIVE you have the p67?

    im looking at the ASUS MIVE-Z open box cuz i have 3-7970 i wanted to bench but i got the gene and my gig mb couldnt run them and it took a dump friday for no reason :mad:

    i wanted to know if you could get 2400+ on the ASUS MIVE so i cant get the ASUS MIVE-Z or just sell a 7970 ;)


    or get a MSI Z77A-GD65 :laugh:
     
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    I am in the same boat as you :/

    I am really considering a SBE build, but I am so worried about system lifespan in terms of future compatibility. If I am to spend a few grand on a pc I want every single newest technology available, which seems to be provided by the Z77 chipset whereas with the X79 boards it is "tacked on". I realize there is much more to it than that, I just can't help but feel disappointed with the current information available regarding IVB... Maybe I will grab a 2700K and throw it in the Maximus V Extreme when it comes out and grab a ~3790K or whatever the IVB equivalent is when it is available? Or spend a grand on a 3930K + Rampage IV Extreme X79 + 16GB DDR3-1866/2133 for nearly 2x the price :(
    I don't feel like there is really any "good choice" right now.
     
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    I do have a MIVE P67 board thats in my daily driver, I thought about dropping the 3570k in it but all of the official Asus BIOS locks the 3570k @x34 multi with this board.
    There is a beta BIOS floating around but I've heard mixed opinions on it, so I picked up a M5G and it is a solid board.

    The MIVE BIOS settings do go up to 2400, but I have never tried anything over 2133.

    The M5G will go as high as you could possibly want to go.
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    Laguna, did you just use your Ven-X for the 3570k?
     
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    Armageddon it's in the Prime95 pics.
    Ven-X would be fine for 4.5ghz though.
     
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    Lag - whats your take on the temps?
     
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    4.5ghz totally reasonable on high end air for a 3570k.
    4.6ghz you'd better have a Phanteks or Nh-D14 or H100 (or loop).
     
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    Ewww so no 5GHz air like SB :(
     
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    Absolutely no reason to swap 2500K to IB it seems. But anyone looking to upgrade from older stuff IB looks like a valid choice.
     
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    Well, take cost into consideration.

    2500k = 185euro (amazon)
    3570k = 232euro (amazon)

    the price difference does not make up for the "gains" if u ask me.... there really is no gains almost, and the heat output is simply too high to achieve any gains at all unless its getting cooled with a high-end cooler.

    If i had to choose today: 2500k or 3570k while being on budget, i would take 2500k and OC it and put the rest of the money on some good ram or a decent cooler to OC the 2500k.
     
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    ppl seem to forget not all chips clock alike

    i have a 2500k it maxes at 44 multi stable at 43 100% 44 is 99% but will not go any further, so taking that into account ppl need to remember good clocking chips are not 100%,

    from the looks IVB clocks just as good as Sandy it just requires way better cooling, thus that should be kept in mind just saying lol
     
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    Also keep on mind that Ivy Bridge IPC is better than Sandy Bridge so at the same frequency Ivy is faster, anyway we should see reviews soon I guess
     
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    you need a better chip ;p
     
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    Huh?!?
     

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