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All I'm hoping for is I will have my 2500k upgrade paid off by September (the approximate time the GTX 685 will be coming out), so then I might be able to upgrade to Ivy Bridge (If worth it) and buy the new Nvidia card!
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waiting waiting waiting ....
Edited by Sujeto 1 - 4/17/12 at 6:21pm
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your rigth, i think GK110 is already designed and ready to produce but why should Nvidia release his GK110 if they can release his GK104 that own any ATI card for the price they want, it's simple, my guess is that we will have GTX 680 for a long time in every colour and models, but non GK110 until ATI release something better in mono gpu, GK110 is just GK104 with some steroids, that's it, steroids will cost more, don't sleep dreaming something better, i see nvidia focusing his marketing in GK104, if they want they could release GTX 685 and GTX 690 tomorrow but they just don't need, why if they already are winning much.

gk110 is a gk104 with some steroids?lol.the gk110 is a monster.with over 2 k shaders 512 bit bus and 550mm2 die size is a monster.i expect to be a more balance gpu with some better compute power.and from this round amd and nvidia winning the same.but lets stop off topic thumb.gif
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Temporary thermal results are up, will repost as soon as i get a nice graph.
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Ivy bridge seems to be the greatest FAIL of Intel. that happen when you have not competion, you get LAZZY and stupid.

The Sandy Bridge chipset SATA bug was a much bigger problem and a fail in every sense of the word. When Pentium IV was introduced in November 2000, the top 1.5GHz part couldn't definitively beat a 1GHz Pentium III, even while using considerably more power. In a public relations catastrophe in 1994, Intel detected but failed to disclose the FDIV bug in an initial batch of Pentium processors. The bug was eventually disclosed by a professor.

Intel has certainly had a few failures to contrast with it's enormous success. Ivy Bridge may be a disappointment, but that disappointment is more a symptom of the difficulty of taming sub-30nm processes than a true failure. Intel has taken their time with Ivy Bridge and has conducted an extraordinary 9 re-spins of Ivy silicon before release. My guess would be that most of the design related issues have been ironed out, and process improvements are now the task at hand. I'd be surprised if we see a new stepping that drastically decreases power consumption. Hopefully the 22nm process will be as mature for Haswell as the 32nm process was when Sandy Bridge launched.
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Temporary thermal results are up, will repost as soon as i get a nice graph.

I have seen what i wanted to see! TY!

Must...go...to...sleep...now.....sleepsmiley02.gif
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Temporary thermal results are up, will repost as soon as i get a nice graph.

Are those stock temps?
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Are those stock temps?

1.1v is my 3570K's VID so that should be pretty close to stock. Note that this is not your everyday cooling.
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The takeaway from this thread is:

Infernobridge vs Sandy bridge under load = IB is 44% hotter at 1.3v, 36% hotter at 1.2v, and 16% hotter at 1.1v

Terminal, exponential thermal curve reached at 1.2v !

Seeing as how Lynnfield to IB migration had load temps go down and the chips still used the same amount of power as lynnfield, I can't wait to see an Infernobridge killawatt readings at load for anything over 1.1v since heat increase causes power use to go up.


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Thanks for the testing! thumb.gif Looks like Ivy's a hot head!!!!! tongue.gif
 
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