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those temps..... what cooler is he/she using
Prolimatech Megahalems rev.C w/ single 25mm fan

edit: Here's a comparison between 3820, 2600k and 3770k @stock clickety click! (Click to show)
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Edited by Blizlake - 2/21/12 at 11:18am
post #32 of 93
This is a cherry picked chip. Similar things happened for other CPUs. I'll wait for real world performance reviews.
post #33 of 93
These G65 boards sure are nice ( nothing to say about the proccy ... gawsh I wish I'd have saved on that 990fxa of mine and just stuck it out ,. piledriver where the hell are ya ?? )
post #34 of 93
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This is a cherry picked chip. Similar things happened for other CPUs. I'll wait for real world performance reviews.

Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if that's indeed the case. Considering it's an es chip though, this probably isnt far from what we can expect. Still interested on Intel's max safe volts though...
post #35 of 93
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I don't, I wouldn't imagine most people selling their 2500/2600k cpus for this. There just doesn't appear to be that big of jump in performance (for the average ocn user, not talking about those that actually could use that 5-7% increase in processing power). Now I do see them selling them for haswell.

Exactly. I don't see why someone with a 2600k would just upgrade unless they really wanted to have the best latest tech. I think this will drive people like me who are still on LGA775 CPU's to finally upgrade.
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Exactly. I don't see why someone with a 2600k would just upgrade unless they really wanted to have the best latest tech. I think this will drive people like me who are still on LGA775 CPU's to finally upgrade.


Or because lower temps and voltages are definitely desirable. If I sell my 2600K for ~$295 it would be a relatively minor deal.

 

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Or because lower temps and voltages are definitely desirable. If I sell my 2600K for ~$295 it would be a relatively minor deal.

If you can sell it then good for you, although I don't see why anyone willing to spend that much wouldn't want to drop the extra little bit for a 3770k. If your gunna sell it you better get rid of it before Ivy comes out or be prepared to take a bigger hit then that.
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post #38 of 93
well I am sure it will go higher on a better motherboard... MSI rolleyes.gif

MSI is always 1st to release and always 1st for RMA... go figure, just like ATI video cards... released before they have the BIOS and drivers ready.

CPU is a beast though... putting up with that board and still able to hit 4.6 @ 1.1v thumb.gif
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time to feed my 2600k 1.9v so i can cash in on my microcenter insurance policy

lol

Epic win.
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Glad I decided to wait for IVY... power savings galore
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