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Ivy Bridge-E Overclocking and Feedback

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by MetalRacer, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. MetalRacer

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    Maybe better suited in the clubhouse sub-forum? :toast:
     
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    Subbed, looking forward to sweet results.

    Will be hard to make me move from a 5,2 GHz 3930K!
     
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    My goal is to go IV-E so I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's results!
     
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    Looks good so far. It'll be nice to see the power consumption and temperature differences compared to SB-E once the reviews start coming out. Still want an 8 core Haswell-E but those probably won't exist for quite a while. :)
     
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    Looking good there MetalRacer :toast:

    Just played BF3 for two hours with this 4960X at 4,7 GHz with 1,52 vcore :twitch: and maks core-temp was 61C, memory at 2666 MHz 9-11-11-31 1T :)
     
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    I know what you mean I still have my 3930k sitting on my desk.

    Here are some 5.2GHz benchmarks.

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    Had to bump the voltage up for this one.
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    How hard have you guys pushed the IMC? 2800ish possible?
     
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    Subbed. Very interested how the 4930k will scale with cold! Looks amazing so far.
     
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    How is the 0020 bios treating you MetalRacer?
    Getting higher clocks with less vcore?

    I need to pic up an SS unit from what I can see, my 4960X likes vcore still. I got a huge wall at 4,5 GHz which only need 1.25 vcore but I need 1.52 vcore for 4,7 GHz.

    Testing the 0020 bios now, and from what I can see it's better for memory tweaking.
     
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    How are the temperatures on air/water? Because my 3960x runs 5.2 benching runs on water with no heat issues. Also do these use same voltage for higher clocks or same voltage for same clocks or worse?
     
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    First bios I tested on my Rampage IV Extreme(4401) I needed 1,52 vcore @ 4.7 GHzto get into win7 now with this 0020 I only need 1.3 vcore. Temps are no problem even with 1.52V I only hit like 65C max in Realtemp and CoreTemp with my water cooling setup.
     
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    So it's way cooler than SB-E :toast:
     
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    A big YES so far :toast:
     
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    The 0020 is looking good so far and I like the Asus Turbo V Core utility also.

    Getting higer clocks with less voltage for sure.

    An SS unit is nice and convenient, I think 5.4 with HT is going to be the max benchable with the 0020 and the SS unit.

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    This is as low as I could get the vcore @5.0 GHz.
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    Hi MetalRacer

    Just curious what version of AIsuite is that Asus Turbo V Core utility ?
     
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    It's a stand alone utility so it's not included with the AIsuite, as far as I know it only works with the M6E and R4E.
     
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    Any stability testing?
     
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    Did you buy that chip or its selected from intel?

    from all the reviews i was a but skeptical towards inv-e but these screens are awesome
     
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    Just testing, still on water

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    I still haven't seen it covered in any reviews, is memory clocking better now?
     
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    My 2400 MHz Corsair Platinum's booted at 2666 MHz auto timing so they sucked tho :p

    Broke 4,8 GHz here now

    http://valid.canardpc.com/93n4k1

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    Memory is at stock speed and timing for now
     
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    Well it came in at about the performance expected: somewhere between Sandy-E and Haswell. So thats a good thing, because that means overclock-ability and all the fun of x79.
     

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