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Yet another Intel roadmap has leaked onto the web. This one should please the more enthusiast users alright. There are two main upcoming product launches, with the more interesting one being the 4th generation Ivy Bridge-E CPUs for its HEDT platform, slated for Q3 2013 Legit reviews reports: These will bring all the improvements found in the current Ivy Bridge CPUs such as 22nm Tri-Gate transistors and greater overall efficiency and performance to Intel's premium enthusiast platform. IB-E will feature 6-12 cores (IB-E/EP) large amounts of cache, quad channel memory controllers supporting 8 GB of DDR3-1066/1333/1600/1866 per DIMM slot, along with PCI-E 3.0 (40 lanes) and 4 lanes supporting PCI-E 2.0. It's believed that four CPUs will be launched, bearing the following names: Core i7-4930, Core i7-4960, Core i7-4970 and Core i7-4990.

The CPUs will be compatible with the Socket LGA 2011 and X79 chipset platform and while the clock speeds and TDP aren't known, the TDP is expected to be around the current Sandy Bridge-E level. One can only hope that the inferior heatspreader that current Ivy Bridge CPUs are saddled with causing them to run hotter and significantly reducing overclocking ability will be replaced for the extreme enthusiast grade IB-E CPUs by the superior soldered one found on the earlier Sandy Bridge CPUs. It would be a slap in the face to customers paying so much money for a premium product otherwise.

The other product launch will be better versions of the current Sandy Bridge-E chips, slated for Q2 2013. These are expected to feature higher clock speeds, but the most interesting part will be the first 8 core consumer CPU from Intel, the Core i7-3980X Extreme Edition. Expect to pay dearly for it.
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Gidday geeze a wealth of knowledge and info you are with your insight and pearls of wisdom if only we could all be like you thumb.gif Intel had better not borkup the solder / t.i.m issues they did to IB . Cause if they skimp on what could possibly be one of the best cpu's they possibly might produce , lets hope they don't wink.gif So hows the GUITAR KNIGHT been still kramming those gigs in or what smile.gif
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Gidday geeze a wealth of knowledge and info you are with your insight and pearls of wisdom if only we could all be like you thumb.gif Intel had better not borkup the solder / t.i.m issues they did to IB . Cause if they skimp on what could possibly be one of the best cpu's they possibly might produce , lets hope they don't wink.gif So hows the GUITAR KNIGHT been still kramming those gigs in or what smile.gif
Hey Madman....Yeah I'm kinda hoping they don't end up finding cheap solution as they did with Ivy Bridge but I cant say I'm 100% sure as they face no real competition redface.gif However good thing is, even if there happens to be that kind of problem, there is apparently better and faster versions of SB-E coming out 2nd half of 2013 and IB-E to follow shortly after. Reviews will show. Best is to wait till IB-E comes out and then choose which way to go.

PS: yeah lol, gigs r every weekend band.gif
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Its veeeerrrryyyy quiet here again where is everyone headscratch.gif
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Its veeeerrrryyyy quiet here again where is everyone headscratch.gif

No more benching and tests probably....Or they all ran off from you and secretly congregating somewhere else lachen.gif
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No more benching and tests probably....Or they all ran off from you and secretly congregating somewhere else lachen.gif
Is that right eh tongue.gif Very funny geezer aren't YOU har har My kungfu.gif must be too STRONG but ive still got you old mate wubsmiley.gif
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I re-seat my CM Hyper EVO 212+ HSF, used NH-1 instead of stock, then tried different method of thermal paste application.... if not 1-2c less, i'm getting same result -> using coretemp core#3 is almost 8-10c higher than core#1 in idle or load.

I guess I have to deal with it. For now, not really a big issue and I can live with it actually.

All I need now is funds to replace my old casing for better ventilation and also for H80/H100i smile.gif
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Erika
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 3820 Asus P9X79 Pro MSI R6950 Twin Frozr II OC 2GB GSkill Ripjaws Z 4x4gb 1600mhz CL9 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Crucial M4 128GB SSD Seagate 1TB 7200 Samsung DVDRW SATA2 Coolermaster Hyper 212+ EVO 
OSMonitorPowerCase
Microsoft Windows 8 Pro LG E2360V 23" LED x3 Seasonic X760 Gold Lian-li PC-G60 Plus II 
MotherboardRAMHard DriveHard Drive
Intel Atom D510 Kingston DDR3 800Mhz 2GB Seagate 320GB 7200 Seagate 2TB 7200 
Hard DriveOS
Seagate 1.5TB 7200 Microsoft Windows XP 
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Hey dude sounds like to me a crappy factory solder job on the heat spreader..........Bummer weirdsmiley.gif
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Hey dude sounds like to me a crappy factory solder job on the heat spreader..........Bummer weirdsmiley.gif


Delid it!!!!!!
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Hey guys, New to over-clocking and I have no ideal what to do, I have an Asus Formula IV mother board. I-7 3820 cpu, But I feel it's not cutting it, I want to over-clock it and it be very very stable, I spend 9-13 hours a day playing games, Games like Bf3 on ultra settings. I have a 360mm rad with push & pull fan system, XSPC water-block, The fans put out 60 cfm a piece. I'm looking for a clock that is 4.0Ghz+ can run very very stable, I don't know much, But I want a clock that is good for gaming and runs fine with no problems, I plan on using this cpu for another 3-4 years, So no crazy clock that will fry my cpu in a month, Heat is not a big deal I think, I use thermal paste and have a whole 360mm rad strapped to it . I also do alot of video editing, Some people told me I should use all the cores but I have no clue what their talking about, I just want a good over-all clock that will not harm my system to bad but also , Will have a pretty good performance increase, Hope you guys can help me!
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