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The Core i5 3570K processor revisited
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Default The Core i5 3570K processor revisited - 02-08-2013, 08:04 | posts: 19,608 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Many moons ago we have shared performance of this processor with you already, but over time benchmarks have been updated repositioning the processor. Now we know a lot of people have a hard time overc...

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Default 02-08-2013, 08:19 | posts: 1,667 | Location: Northampton, United Kingdom

Best CPU out there. However, seeing that 78c Package temp at 4.7 is the reason why mine sits at around High 50's/Low 60's at 4.4.
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 09:02 | posts: 1,050 | Location: South Dakota

Great review..

Interesting to see that this processor even overclocked is slower in alot of tests then the 8350 (same price point).. Id love to see another review on that with a overclock of 5ghz if the boss has time, since there is threads blowing up as of late with people buying them. Maybe test it with higher clocked ram and the windows patch.. not saying one is better then the other but it would be cool to revisit it like ya did with this review.
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 09:21 | posts: 19,608 | Location: Guru3D testlab

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Great review..

Interesting to see that this processor even overclocked is slower in alot of tests then the 8350 (same price point).
Don't get your hopes up, most of the tests are multi-threaded hence AMDs 8-core processors can keep up as they can accumulate the results. Overall per core performance will dominate that 8350.


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Default 02-08-2013, 09:30 | posts: 26 | Location: France

to Hilbert,Hi ,i know you already made a review on how to overclock the 3770k,but me i can do mine at 4.6 Ghz,but games crash after 4.5 Ghz,(BF3),crisis 3 open beta crash after 4.4 GHz,thats why i ask myself if there is something special to do,for the games be accepted around 4.5 Ghz,i bought a Noctua Nh-D14,to replace the Nh-U12P SE2(since you made the review on :"CPU cooler group test review with 3770K".
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 09:35 | posts: 19,608 | Location: Guru3D testlab

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to Hilbert,Hi ,i know you already made a review on how to overclock the 3770k,but me i can do mine at 4.6 Ghz,but games crash after 4.5 Ghz,(BF3),crisis 3 open beta crash after 4.4 GHz,thats why i ask myself if there is something special to do,for the games be accepted around 4.5 Ghz,i bought a Noctua Nh-D14,to replace the Nh-U12P SE2(since you made the review on :"CPU cooler group test review with 3770K".
Not really, what you see in the review is what you get in terms of the BIOS settings. Sometimes it's just having that little extra luck processor and setup wise.

How much volts do you apply ?


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Default 02-08-2013, 09:45 | posts: 26 | Location: France

Acually 4.4 GHz:1.250 v (Right now 1.255 v because in the DIGI+(i set many thing at Extrem,because up tu 4.4GHz no stability).
before 4.6 GHz :1.305 v
i tried 4.7GHz :1.355v but nothing are stable.
   
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Actually 4.4 GHz:1.250 v (Right now 1.255 v because in the DIGI+(i set many thing at Extrem,because up tu 4.4GHz no stability).
before 4.6 GHz :1.305 v
i tried 4.7GHz :1.355v but nothing are stable.
You are going to need to try 1.4 Volts then ... but that is more of a bitch temp control wise.

Realistically 4.4 GHz versus ~1.250V remains a nice sweet-spot for your temps and power consumption. And the extra 200~300 MHz really isn't going to make that much of a difference in real-world usage experiences let alone GPU bound gaming.


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Default 02-08-2013, 09:51 | posts: 26 | Location: France

thank you,i will try that in less than 1 hour,i was a little bit scared,because i read on many place ,that it's not good to go up to 1.380 v(but you are right i think the Maximus Formula V can handle that.

i forgot,yes it's good 1.250v at 4.4 GHz,but in your review you can do 4.6 at 1.200 v,(for me it's impossible,on mine) but i also read all 3770 k are differents.
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 09:55 | posts: 19,608 | Location: Guru3D testlab

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thank you,i will try that in less than 1 hour,i was a little bit scared,because i read on many place ,that it's not good to go up to 1.380 v(but you are right i think the Maximus Formula V can handle that.

i forgot,yes it's good 1.250v at 4.4 GHz,but in your review you can do 4.6 at 1.200 v,(for me it's impossible,on mine) but i also read all 3770 k are differents.
Well that and I'm very sure that Intel sends out the best binned low-leakage samples to us as well. So yeah, it remains a bit of a gamble.

Just make sure your temps remain up-to snuff. 1.4V is really pushing it with a D14.


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AIDA64 showing some crazy bandwidth/latency numbers.....impressive. I guess 2133 @CL9 helps a lot.
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 10:30 | posts: 4,881 | Location: South Dakota

I was able to sit at 4.4Ghz at stock volts. However, I sit at 4.2Ghz just for power consumption and less stress (don't really need that extra 200Mhz).
   
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I love mine.

Great article don.
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 12:10 | posts: 5,781 | Location: Sunny Scotland

Outstanding article!
Mine does 4.8ghz without too much hastle, and at this speed scores over 8 points in CineBench, imo to get the best outta them yoiu need a nice mobo, like Asus ROG, Gigabyte ultra durable 5 etc.
   
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Good review. Nice to see the 980X holding on . FX-8350 is pretty quick when you look at it.
   
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Good review. Nice to see the 980X holding on . FX-8350 is pretty quick when you look at it.
Careful now - Xbeast will be here preaching to you about how the i5 rapes the Vishera "in games".
   
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Default 02-08-2013, 14:26 | posts: 2,173 | Location: Argentina

I love mine too.
I'm doing 4.6GHz@1.328 V with a really low temps (Cores at mid 60)
LOVE IT.
   
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Careful now - Xbeast will be here preaching to you about how the i5 rapes the Vishera "in games".
Problem is said games are not threaded properly to leverage the power of the AMD with the new consoles coming out bases on this arctecture it will be interesting to see if the game gap shrinks.
   
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Careful now - Xbeast will be here preaching to you about how the i5 rapes the Vishera "in games".
And I could go on about how my i7 rapes his i5 at everything else
   
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1230v2 Xeon (no igpu at all) is almost identical with i7-3770 , with i5 3570k price. Some mobos allow "overclocking" by changing the multiplier to 37 and no need for 140 euro mobo + 60 euro OC cooler. B75 mobo and some cheap aftermarket cooler for less noise will do just fine!



http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/413...3-1230_v2.html

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Default 02-08-2013, 18:59 | posts: 123 | Location: Freiburg, Germany

I need help, cause i'm starting to freak out.

It seems like i can't set the turbo multiplier more than 42. I mean, i can in the bios, but
when i go to the desktop and check cpu-z, it always says 4200.00 Mhz, even if i set it to 44 or 45.

What the hell is happening? I tried everything, am i missing something?
   
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Problem is said games are not threaded properly to leverage the power of the AMD with the new consoles coming out bases on this arctecture it will be interesting to see if the game gap shrinks.
Yes hopefully we'll see more games like BF3 that use all cores...



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And I could go on about how my i7 rapes his i5 at everything else
Haha well said....



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I need help, cause i'm starting to freak out.

It seems like i can't set the turbo multiplier more than 42. I mean, i can in the bios, but
when i go to the desktop and check cpu-z, it always says 4200.00 Mhz, even if i set it to 44 or 45.

What the hell is happening? I tried everything, am i missing something?
If it's anything like AMD CPU's Turbo it doesn't work once you start overclocking.

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Default 02-08-2013, 19:21 | posts: 2,800

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1230v2 Xeon (no igpu at all) is almost identical with i7-3770 , with i5 3570k price. Some mobos allow "overclocking" by changing the multiplier to 37 and no need for 140 euro mobo + 60 euro OC cooler. B75 mobo and some cheap aftermarket cooler for less noise will do just fine!
Thx for info... I knew there must be Xeon like that one.

But it doesn't look so hot according to hwbot.
You win some (hyperthreading), you lose some(MHz)

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/xeon_e3_1230_v2/

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_i5_3570k/
   
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