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ditor Note: Intel or GIGABYTE did not sanction this preview in any way. We are posting this well ahead of launch since some other well-known tech sites have already covered Ivy Bridge performance and the CPU is readily available and for sale right now.

Lol so a war has started.

Check the preview here: http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/4618/ivy_bridge_preview_with_gigabyte_z77x_ud5h_intel_z77_and_core_i5_3750k/index.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook
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I hate how they say there is an overclocking review in there, and all it is is benchmarks.

for those who are tl;dr: It's about on par with a 2600k (nearly identical)
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wheres the OC review....
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High temps and same power draw when compared to 2500k, interesting. We might reach thermal barrier before voltage one, unlike SB. No matter, dropping mine under water smile.gif
    
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I'm really surprised that it slightly beats FX-8150 in cinebench 11.5 even though 3570K lacks HT.

So, basically it can compete with FX in highly multi-threaded applications, but it wins in other things at much lower power consumption and price. AMD has to drop FX-8150 below $200 to stay competitive.
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Happy an sad... but if it's a good OCer might consider... .

NOTE: I NEVER say this.

The Con for me is that I went the AMD route. But I hope Piledriver put's the dust on this.
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It appears the the majority of the difference here is the 3.4Ghz stock core speed vs the 3.3Ghz core speed of the 2500k. Thus the comparison to the 2600k at 3.4Ghz.

The real win here should be the ability to reach a certain overclock at a lower voltage and temperature and also the ability for extreme chips to go 6.1-6.2Ghz.
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post #8 of 80
Is this a i5-3750k or 3570k?
700

700

No i5-3750k...

Did I miss something?
post #9 of 80
there's no i5 3750k
there's an i7-3770k though

the highest i5 is 3570k
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I'm really surprised that it slightly beats FX-8150 in cinebench 11.5 even though 3570K lacks HT.

So, basically it can compete with FX in highly multi-threaded applications, but it wins in other things at much lower power consumption and price. AMD has to drop FX-8150 below $200 to stay competitive.

Definitely This ^

I don't like the temp problem though, that effects the longevity of a CPU, but then again the i5-750 ran hot too...

Interesting, wonder what OC on water will do...
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