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Aren't the 2600K and 2700k from the same wafer? What's the point? Come on!
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post #12 of 43
My 2700k runs 5.3 Ghz at 1.51v on air, just a hair more then the reviewer.

I don't know why people thought the 2700k was going to run 5.5 Ghz at 1.4v or other craziness. Although 1.51v is kinda high (I don't plan on having chip more than 6 months), I doubt 99% of 2600K's could run 5.3 Ghz at a lower voltage stably.
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post #13 of 43
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Originally Posted by Bullly;15495511 
I was expecting more out of it. mad.gif

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Was that on Air?

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Originally Posted by SIMPSONATOR;15496244 
Aren't the 2600K and 2700k from the same wafer? What's the point? Come on!

2700K should be the center chips out of all the wafers so it should be alittle better then the 2600K's
post #14 of 43
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Originally Posted by Wishmaker;15496065 
Having a chip like this at over 5 GHz will not bottleneck anything in the next 3-4 years.)

That seems exceptionally optimistic.
post #15 of 43
I'm at 5ghz with 1.38 Vcore...I'd like to see the majority of 2600ker's say that...
post #16 of 43
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I'm at 5ghz with 1.38 Vcore...I'd like to see the majority of 2600ker's say that...

Masked, you test how much voltage to get stable 5.3 Ghz?
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post #17 of 43
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Originally Posted by Wishmaker;15496065 
If you find one that drops down to 1.44, 1.47, proper cooling ( water) and you are good to go without the need for an upgrade. Having a chip like this at over 5 GHz will not bottleneck anything in the next 3-4 years. My 920s are stopping me to upgrade so soon. I hope Haswell gives 5GHz SB performance at lower clocks wink.gif

Sandy Bridge will be obsolete in 15 months time
post #18 of 43
I highly doubt a 5.0 chip will be "obsolete" in 15 months.....king of the hill no but it will be a good chip for years
post #19 of 43
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Originally Posted by Masked;15496865 
I'm at 5ghz with 1.38 Vcore...I'd like to see the majority of 2600ker's say that...

I certainly can't.

I was actually somewhat disappointed that I couldn't get to 5 GHz. I couldn't even get to 4.7 GHz with voltage that kept heat down enough for me. I was at 1.408v for 4.7 GHz and still testing, but I just stopped and backed it down because I was getting in the upper 80's.

I should have waited for the 2700k, but really the performance of my 2600k @ 4.5 GHz is amazing. I don't think I would've noticed much of a difference other than benches and epeen at 5 GHz.
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post #20 of 43
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Originally Posted by Don Karnage;15497320 
Sandy Bridge will be obsolete in 15 months time

Oh really? I've had my i7 920 for 3 years, it sure as hell isnt even close to obsolete. You my friend have a very loose definition of obsolete.
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