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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

i5-3570K would still be a major upgrade from my current CPU. High memory controller? Maybe I can finally run mine at stock clock of 2000MHz.

believe me an intel cpu will run your sli much better. I use to have a 955 running my 6870's and when I went to intel oh my, it's beautiful. smile.gif
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post #12 of 106
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hmmm i was hoping higher o/c's.

Considering the depth of the pipeline in Sandy architecture (and how it is almost indentical on Ivy), it was to be expected that Ivy wouldn't overclock too far compared to Sandy.
   
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post #13 of 106
maybe not a worty upgrade from 2600k,2700k... but maybe my crappy multi 2500k
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post #14 of 106
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Originally Posted by Juganot View Post

believe me an intel cpu will run your sli much better. I use to have a 955 running my 6870's and when I went to intel oh my, it's beautiful. smile.gif

Really? How much fps improvement did you get?
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Unsure if PCI-E 3.0 is a big enough selling point. I'm disappointed in the O/C performance. Does that 10% performance increase just mean at stock?
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Unsure if PCI-E 3.0 is a big enough selling point. I'm disappointed in the O/C performance. Does that 10% performance increase just mean at stock?

...10% on current motherboards is kind of a big deal...
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Remember that this is probably an ES CPU. Retail ones may perform and overclock better.
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10% for an engineering sample is pretty good. So, 15% with the real chips? 20% would be nice. biggrin.gif
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post #19 of 106
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10% for an engineering sample is pretty good. So, 15% with the real chips? 20% would be nice. biggrin.gif

I doubt it tbh. I would say anywhere between 10-13% with retail. Combine that with higher overclockability and lower power draw and intel have another winner on thier hands.
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post #20 of 106
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This is my future CPU. I'll get this chip with a z77 mobo and 4x2gb 2400Mhz cl9 ram = PURE EPICNESS.
It's really good to see IB supports high memory overclock. Memory speed really effects FPS at ultra settings and high-res so i'm planning to drop some mad cash on ram in my next build.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231525 <
this kind of mad cash ??
     
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