Post Your 3770k Overclock and Geekbench score

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  1. jackt_1993

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    Oct 15, 2012 at 2:53 AM #1
    jackt_1993

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    Hey guys
    Post your;
    - Overclock
    - Geekbench Score
    - Cooler used.

    I got 4.8Ghz and a geekbench of 18693 and using a custom watercooling loop with XSPC raystorm water block with a RX
     
  2. miv79

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    Oct 15, 2012 at 11:13 PM #2
    miv79

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    Running i7 3770K @ 4.4 Ghz with Corsair H100 cooler (currently set to medium speed) on a GA-Z77-UP5 TH. Have only adjusted the multiplier and I have XMP RAM profile enabled.

    I get around 16000 on Geekbench, sometimes its a bit less, sometimes a bit more. When I ran it just before posting this I got a score 16113

    I haven't dared push it any higher until I figure out a good way to test temps. Does anybody have any advice on the best way to do this in OSX?

    At the moment I just stare at HW monitor CPU temps in my menubar. Each core's temp is pretty much constantly changing (up and down) so its pretty hard to keep track of a max temp reached and of course each core changes temperature fairly independently. I'm not really convinced this is a reliable way to check temps...

    I'd really love to get my head around the temps thing before I tinker any more. In theory I can kick the H100 fans up another notch as well as adding additional fans in pull config so I'm pretty confident I could get up to 4.7 without too much trouble. Sorry, I've rambled now, perhaps I should have started my own OC thread! :)
     
  3. jackt_1993

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    Oct 18, 2012 at 9:29 AM #3
    jackt_1993

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    install windows onto a disk and do testing in that....
    thats what i did.
     
  4. Schmeknicolor

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    Oct 18, 2012 at 1:47 PM #4
    Schmeknicolor

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    Mine is at 4.5Ghz and scoring 16669 at geekbench.
    I have a Thermalright True Spirit 140 cooling the cpu and the temps usualy even in stress don't go up to the 70's, if they do is only for a second or two in HW Monitor.
     
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    Oct 19, 2012 at 11:40 PM #5
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    Im at 4.7 and my geekbench score is 17406, currently using cool master evo 212 but going to which to a water loop as 4.7 is the max i can get without going over 78 degrees
     
  6. tom.humphrey

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    Oct 23, 2012 at 1:58 AM #6
    tom.humphrey

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    I've got mine at 3.6GHz (minute overclock)

    Anyway geekbench is just over 15k. Am using an H80 on medium setting for cooling.
     
  7. Drewid

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    Oct 31, 2012 at 3:29 PM #7
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    4.7 GHz on Z77 mobo with a Corsair H80 cooler on medium speed. No major overclock settings just multiplier set and auto voltage at moment. XMP Ram setting on Corsair Vengeance
    Getting 17,100 on Geekbench.

    I still want to figure out the settings a bit better for manual OC tweeks but I'm quite happy running stable at that speed all day long doing Folding@Home. I still need to figure out how to enable the Cuda support for the 660TI while folding to truly be happy.
     
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    Oct 31, 2012 at 9:30 PM #8
    delray

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    all in a little SUGO-08...pretty happy to have this machine stable....
     
  9. Einsteiniac

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    Oct 31, 2012 at 10:35 PM #9
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    Those of you with the H80/H100 are you happy? I just bought one but I get worse temps than I did with my stock Intel Cooler. I can't even get to 4.03 Ghz without hitting TJ after about a minute of stressing. What kind of temps are you guys seeing. Currently I idle at low speed right about 40C on each core sometime around 35C but pretty rare. My CPU block temp always stays between 45C-50C no matter what the cores are. These temps mind you are at stock 3570k speeds not even over clocked!

    Also I use HWMonitor and if you go to the preferences of that App they have a history graph there so you can track where each core has been.
     
  10. mrmaker

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    Nov 3, 2012 at 3:41 PM #10
    mrmaker

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    @3.9GHz On Stock Cooler (I Know Right, it runs at about 60c) I Get12502?
    Strange.... How do you guys get so much higher than me?
     

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