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post #41 of 90
We have already seen great overclocks, 5GHz with only 1.27V. It's possible that's cherry picked silicon, but I don't think so.
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My first thought,"what to sell on Craigslist?"

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*getting up*...................* Making a sell pile*
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Intel did state up to a 20% improvement on the CPU side of things!
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Look at the game performance!!

http://www.anandtech.com/show/5626/ivy-bridge-preview-core-i7-3770k/9

In some cases it's nearly 10fps faster then a 2600k!
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anandatech breaks NDA so much of the time, so what is Intel going to do to punish them????That isn't the question, the question is what can Intel do to punish them? the answer is close to nothing because they are "too big to fail"
However leaks like this are sanctioned by Intel, that little quote saying not endorsed means that please other websites don't be jealous. There is no way you lea like that without being endorsed, every launch anandatech seems to leak it, its not really a leak, more like a black op. If not then Anandatech would be bankrupt many times over b/c Intel can fine them hefty amounts.
I was hoping they would show more, but i guess some parts are still under NDA for them.

Agree, but this is very good for Intel, imagine how many users are now in heat to get Ivy, great marketing decision to let him do this kind of preview's imho.
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what an awesome processor. this is definitely will be my next upgrade.

their graphic performance have increase a lot. this is good for intel too. now rather than buying add on low class gpu its better to buy embedded gpu cause they have proof their performance.
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AMD is not sitting still waiting for Intel to catch up to them in the IGP department either... Trinity is due out sometime this year, and would have better graphics than Llano.
Kyle Bennett on Hardforum has actually come out to say that Ivy Bridge will most likely overclock worse than Sandy Bridge. The reason, according to him, is that Ivy Bridge does not take too well to voltages above 1.35v, and most Ivy Bridge processors will in fact have a hard time breaking 4.8 ghz. Up to 4.5 ghz would be a walk in the park though.

wow thats a huge hit right there. im just going to see how well it does for me..

hitting 5ghz on a 2500k was child play for me..
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Bottom line, going from a socket 775 to the new IVY will be GOODTIMES!
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anandatech breaks NDA so much of the time, so what is Intel going to do to punish them????That isn't the question, the question is what can Intel do to punish them? the answer is close to nothing because they are "too big to fail"
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I was hoping they would show more, but i guess some parts are still under NDA for them.

I apologize for missing your ridiculous post and not responding; I'm truly sorry. Now, if you're new to the tech world, you wouldn't know Anandtech works closely with Intel. Additionally, It is highly improbable that an NDA has been broken, rather than Intel giving Anandtech permission to give a brief preview. After all, there are other highly visible sites that publish previews, not reviews like this before other launches. You speak as if you have an idea what you're talking about, but your rambling makes zero sense to anyone with the ability to reason.

In the end you say some parts are still under NDA for them. If they broke NDA (according to you), what would stop them from publishing more? There aren't any results for overclocking, which is one of the primary reasons one would buy this CPU over the similarly clocked, unlocked version. Before stating your opinion as fact, please post something that backs up your claim. Otherwise, you're better off posting here where you don't need sources: www.FoxNews.com . Give them a visit and you'll find yourself at home.
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I noticed the Intel slide says, "Intel's First 22nm Processor". Does this mean someone else like IBM is producing a 22nm processor? I mean..you would think they would say "World's First 22nm Processor" if no one has done it yet just for the bragging rights.
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