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First time BOOT with 3570k with 4.5GHZ over clock

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by SonDa5, May 1, 2012.

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    use the maximum ram setting, 7 seconds bursts of stress is nothing for that chip.
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    Prime95 blend, IBT maximum (If using Win7, install SP1), or LinX (same with SP1, select "All" memory) for 10-20 runs. Do eT!

    Also, go higher with the clocks mang! Disable speedstep, C1E, CStates, etc. (For better stability), up the power limit, go go go! [:

    Kapow!
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    It's not broke. I don't have an instability problem.
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    So would this be a reason to start popping the lid off the new cpu's? Hmmmm
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    Not a good idea. People have tried it without success. The die area is just too small to disipate heat fast enough and the trigate transistors just operate hotter. Higher heat is just part of the operation of IB. Don't beat yourself up trying to beat it by delidding.


    Good thing to know is with proper cooling IB has a higher ceiling for extreme over clocking so if you want to get serious that would be the way to go.
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    it will be insteresting if you post some bench from here

    AIDA64 benchs are good too and WINRAR bench
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    Wow 95c!
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    impressive.
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    5GHZ benchmarks
    Super Pi 32m and MaxxMem2

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    Hi, why not post your overclock in my Ivy thread for everyone to see...

    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=165619
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