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Burning in new build 3570k + Z77-UD5H

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Sasqui, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. Sasqui

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    4.7 Ghz, cont'd...

    After instant reboot at 1.3 and 1.375... I'm now at 1.4v. This is the "WALL" ...I will likely stick to 4.5 GHz 24/7

    Get to work. ;)

    Edit.. HOT!

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    not THAT hot, because max temp is 105c...still got 20C to go.

    that said, 4.6 GHz would be my choice. All my Intel chips hit that, actually. I need 1.35 V for that with my 3570K though.
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    I bumped it back to 1.39v in BIOS, much better temps. This will be under H2O soon, I think 4.6 Ghz will be my choice either way... unless water proves better.


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    I smell bacon! :roll:

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    4.7 Ghz 1.39v (BIOS) ...still going after an hour!

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    Yes it came with llike F5 but i flashed it to newest,maybe because im runnings slightly tight memory timings?
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    Always overclock one item at a time. CPU first, let the memory loose while you do that.
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    Well if the cpu OC dosent play nice with the memory OC ill just stay at 4.5 since i gain more performance that way.
    Also its wierd that you could smell something at 80c+, when my cpu had 1.44v running through it in intel burn test it was touching 101,102c on a few cores and i didnt smell a thing.
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    4.7 Ghz 1.39v 8 hour Prime95 run

    Success!

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    I'm suspecting the IHS is a big wildcard in overclocking. If my chip wasn't doing as well as it is, I was planning on de-lidding. That was one of the reasons I didn't go for the Intel warrantee. The other was the chip cost well under $200.
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    SuperPi 1M @4.7Ghz < 8 Seconds!!!

    wOOt!

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    Very nice,but your not going to run that 24/7 right?,also i was wondering what is your ambient temp?
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    Very nice! the temps are a bit high...
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    That is a good clock! I would leave either 4.5/4.6 which ever you feel comfortable with the voltages.
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    Nah temps are fine,For that voltage/clock they are really low.
    What im wondering how is your min temp so low and how is it even across all the cores
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    Pretty cool here in New England with the heat down at night it's probably around 60F

    Yea, the CM 212 Evo fan was running at full blast. I have the voltages as low as they'll go to be stable at that speed. It'll eventually be in a watercooled HAF 932 case, but I suspect it won't help me get past that speed at the same voltage.

    Yea, 4.6 seems to be the sweet spot. Best to find the top and back it down a notch for 24/7.
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    Looks great! I wonder if the 3770K does any better?
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    Yes the 3770k usually gets better results especialy if you disable HT.
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    My VID appears lower than yours but your CPU overclocks slightly better voltage wise it appears.


    Quality results either way. :toast:
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    Thanks, I'm pleased... and really interested to see it under H2O. I have a feeling I won't get to that till the holiday is behind us.

    The only thing I adjusted in BIOS was the VCore and multi. I'm still trying to figure out how to get VCore to drop back to normal when it's idling. When I set manually, it's stuck there. Someone mentioned a way to do it. I still don't understand VID and load line calibration and all that.

    The G.Skill sniper memory I got is great stuff. Once I get the BIOS/CPU all figured out, I'm going to try pushing that, I suspect I'll get near 2500 or more with relaxed timings.
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    He doesn't have to wait a few days. He may gain 1 to 2 degrees. The CPU is ready to rock.
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    Those temps are about 10 degrees past safe.
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    Thats pretty much the temps you would be gettings with the stock cooler,at stock speeds so hes fine.
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    Just.... no?



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    See "Jacks" post for a similar line of thought to myself.
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    Sasqui, you're having a good OC experience with Z77X-UD5H? Easy to use?

    Recently bought the parts for a new rig and besides the review made on TPU, i did not ask to any person about the OC potential this board has. I'll OC a 3770K with a H100... so i'll probably get better temps, but that does not change the OC experience with the board (i guess).

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