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Poll Results: What are you getting?

 
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    Sandy Bridge-E
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    Ivy Bridge
  • 14% (52)
    Haswell or future
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post #701 of 1172
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Originally Posted by QuackPot View Post

Will Z77 board support 2500Ks?

yes they will, z77 are backward compatable with sandy bridge CPUs tho you will not be able to make use of some of the z77 features smile.gif
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post #702 of 1172
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yes they will, z77 are backward compatable with sandy bridge CPUs tho you will not be able to make use of some of the z77 features smile.gif

Such as ?
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post #703 of 1172
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Originally Posted by Purgatory View Post

Such as ?

Found this on the gigabyte website. Might be of some interest.

http://uk.gigabyte.com/microsite/306/images/model.html
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post #704 of 1172
Intel posted some high resolution Sandy Bridge-E die and wafer photos. I thought some people might appreciate them. Sorry if the post is a bit long.

I know this one has been around since the desktop launch, but this is the much higher resolution source image. I believe all lthe other images are new.
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post #705 of 1172
Will Ivy Bridge on a Z68 motherboard support my 1333Mhz RAM? Or do I need to buy 1600Mhz at 1.35v?
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post #706 of 1172
Quote:
Originally Posted by gplnpsb View Post

Intel posted some high resolution Sandy Bridge-E die and wafer photos. I thought some people might appreciate them. Sorry if the post is a bit long.
I know this one has been around since the desktop launch, but this is the much higher resolution source image. I believe all lthe other images are new.
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That was awesome, thanks for those +re[
Quote:
Originally Posted by QuackPot View Post

Will Ivy Bridge on a Z68 motherboard support my 1333Mhz RAM? Or do I need to buy 1600Mhz at 1.35v?

Q 1 Yes
Q 2 no.
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post #707 of 1172
Found this link today. From CeBit it seems. Asus H77,Z77 boards...

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-375754-1-1.html


Maximus Formula V seems EPIC. Ready for WC too.

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Hope i'll have the money to buy this one, or at least the Gene one when it comes out. But Maximus is really nice, specially good for me since it has WC Block ready on it biggrin.gif
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post #708 of 1172
New leaks from Coolaler. He appears to have an E1 stepping 3770K, and posted screenshots of it at 4GHz at 0.896V, and at 5GHz at 1.328V. No word on how stable these are, but I asked on his forums.

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There's also a shot of Ivy running DDR3 2675. (Is that 1337 MHz?)

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C1 is more recent than E1 which is more recent than E0.
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post #710 of 1172
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

C1 is more recent than E1 which is more recent than E0.

Hmm, are you quite sure, Sin?

I am hesitant to question you, but that is quite a surprising statement to me. As far as I know, steppings should proceed in alphanumeric order for archetypal dies like the Ivy Bridge-HE-4 die with 8M L3 and HD4000 that the 3770K is made from. From my own VM experiments, AIDA64 and hwinfo show that C0 is stepping 4, D0 is stepping 6, and E0 is stepping 8. The above pics show that E1 is stepping 9. I think it's reasonable to infer that C1 is stepping 5, and is consequently significantly older than E1.

The only case I can think of where an earlier alphanumeric stepping would be more recent than a later one is when comparing the steppings of archetypal and derivative dies. i.e. the C2 stepping eight core sandy bridge E die is more recent than the M0 stepping quad core die.

The other thing is that a few recent bios releases for Ivy have mentioned adding support for the "new" E1 stepping.

Can you explain why C1 would be newer than the E1 Ivy Bridge stepping?
Edited by gplnpsb - 3/10/12 at 10:28am
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