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post #201 of 690
that was cinebench. i think these things can really shine under cooling that can cool them below ambient temperatures though. something like phase change/tec

edit: it runs too hot at that volatge/speed though, hit 75C load in prime frown.gif no 4.9 24/7 it is frown.gif
Edited by punceh - 4/15/12 at 11:29am
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that was cinebench. i think these things can really shine under cooling that can cool them below ambient temperatures though. something like phase change/tec
edit: it runs too hot at that volatge/speed though, hit 75C load in prime frown.gif no 4.9 24/7 it is frown.gif

If we go by sb 75c is good.. however ib proably shouldnt go ovr 70c to be considered safe? Its a shame.so much is unknown..
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If we go by sb 75c is good.. however ib proably shouldnt go ovr 70c to be considered safe? Its a shame.so much is unknown..

might be safe, but i dont wanna push it till more reviews are out and perhaps some word from intel on their max voltage and stuff
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Could you maybe do a % difference between sandy bridge and ivy as far as temps go per test? Then we can discuss some of the differences in temps based on benchmarks...

Thanks!
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Hey very good comparison!!

But I have to say I'm disappointed... I expected at least a consistent 10% improvement frown.gif


What do I say to my friends who waited for months to get an Ivy? Not to mention the 3570k is €60 more expensive than the 2500K...
   
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Hey very good comparison!!
But I have to say I'm disappointed... I expected at least a consistent 10% improvement frown.gif
What do I say to my friends who waited for months to get an Ivy? Not to mention the 3570k is €60 more expensive than the 2500K...

Tell them wait to the release and get a cheap 2500k.. And put the saved money towards another upgrade.. Thats what you tell me.. Or wait for the official release and see what IB really has to offer..
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I don't get all the hype about ivy bridge when sandy bridge is still a good chip
Example my 2500k @ 4.7ghz cinebench score 7.56. I could hit 5ghz but I hate taking the voltage above 1.395 and 60c since i plan on keeping my rig for a few years.
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Well even if there is hype for the ivy bridge we all know that prices will be cut for sandy and they will be even better bang for the buck!!!

I agree with you guys that a 10% increase in CPU performance doesn't justify a new chip. But, for example, when I buy this chip I won't be using a GPU for a little while because I want to see prices drop for Fermi. I can easily watch HD movies, and play BF3 at 720p with on die graphics from a 3770k. Along with a solid OC of around 4.5Ghz on a CM 212+, it just makes sense for me to wait 2 weeks.

I actually was planning on pulling the trigger on a 2600k when I saw them for $200 at Microcenter a few days back, but I can't justify the lack of GPU performance and maybe better OC performance. Although, looking back on as I am posting this post, I could have saved ~$115 and used that on a better discreet GPU, oh well, maybe prices will drop like a rock again and I will be smarter and go with a 2600k. The other thing I am thinking about it future proofness because IB is PCIe 3 compatible....idk. It might be worth getting a 2600k and waiting for Haswell.
    
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Hey very good comparison!!
But I have to say I'm disappointed... I expected at least a consistent 10% improvement frown.gif
What do I say to my friends who waited for months to get an Ivy? Not to mention the 3570k is €60 more expensive than the 2500K...

Yeah it is a huge dissapointment to see the overall difference is not even a 5% per clock.

I'm really glad I bought this 2600k on release over a year ago and now it makes me even happier to see it will still be one of the best chips out there.

I expected a lot more for Ivy Bridge. rolleyes.gif

A good option right now would be buying a used i5 2500k for quite cheap, I have seen many people trying to sell their SB platforms to go into IB. smile.gif
    
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Tell them wait to the release and get a cheap 2500k.. And put the saved money towards another upgrade.. Thats what you tell me.. Or wait for the official release and see what IB really has to offer..

Well these comparisons are between the 3570K and the 2600K, so it isn't what I was expecting either. Wouldn't it make more sense to compare an i5 vs i5, 2500k vs 3570k? Better to wait for 3770k vs 2600k, I suppose.
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I don't know what to say. My plan is Z77FTW+ 3770k PCI-E 3.0 and EVGA GK110 4GB in Q4.
If IB is not so good I don't know...I don't know. I avoid BD because it's sick fail for me.
Not fail madness, downgrader, global warming maker, earth resources waster...
Than wait 8 months for IB, now after almost two year maybe to think on SB.
SB story is over for me. That's excellent CPU, fantastic, but for me it's over.
IB finaly native USB 3.0 and others little improvements and ...
Damn!
It's long way to Haswell. Maybe 18-19 months.
Do you remember Sandy released date. We will wait same period from IB to Haswell.
I don't know.
Finaly I will stop with upgrades and upgrade In same time when Intel realeased new excellent architecture and Nvidia present low-mid-top chip and buy top single card.
Not like this.All line up not renamed chips because market. This not supposed to happen. Everything GPU-CPU.
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