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People I hope you are right. 10% better performance and little only little extreme OC on air is acceptable but I afraim something different will show up around 23-25 April.
Yes different chip and better is 25-30% better Performance and same or little better OC, but 10% is acceptable. We will se, I need Intel upgrade more than many people but don't want to use SB.
Maybe if Intel use less money on IB from OCers and hardcore gamers they will make better chip next time-Haswell.
One year is long but it's nothing. For mu card enough is Phenom II X4 until Intel make some realy excellent. For me better is CPU without graphic but never mind.
I decide to buy Ivy but now I am not sure.
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People I hope you are right. 10% better performance and little only little extreme OC on air is acceptable but I afraim something different will show up around 23-25 April.
Yes different chip and better is 25-30% better Performance and same or little better OC, but 10% is acceptable. We will se, I need Intel upgrade more than many people but don't want to use SB.
Maybe if Intel use less money on IB from OCers and hardcore gamers they will make better chip next time-Haswell.
One year is long but it's nothing. For mu card enough is Phenom II X4 until Intel make some realy excellent. For me better is CPU without graphic but never mind.
I decide to buy Ivy but now I am not sure.

look Sandy bridge might be a bit over a year old, but it is still a very good chip. it wont really matter if you buy a sandy bridge and keep it for.. 2 years, or buy an ivy bridge and keep it for 2 years. the performance will stay as they are. there just arent enough chips out atm to make reliable assumptions on average overclock, temperature and performance. maybe i was lucky with my chip, maybe all the reviewers out there were unlucky with theirs, a test sample of... 10 chips is simply not enough.
The 22nm process apperently was alot harder for intel to realise(and tweak) to the performance levels of sandy bridge. i am glad that they finally did it, because it will mean that they have the upcoming year to perfect the process and create a different (better) architecture for haswell. then we are gonna see some serious performance increases on a 50-80W tdp, i think.
We are even lucky to recieve a 22nm revision of the 1055 socket. Lynnfield didnt get one(32nm). then again the release cycle for the nehalem/lynnfield architecture was a bit different.
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I also feel I should point out, in regards to W.ASUS's comment, that these chips being tested in this thread are retail samples that they OP got a hold of from China; so this is what we will be seeing on Monday almost certainly. It could perhaps be that these were bad samples, or perhaps the chips weren't correctly affixed to the IHS which could cause heat problems; but likely this is what we will get. But we can say for certain that we will be seeing between a 4-7% increase or so over Sandy.

That doesn't make them bad processors though; they are both absolutely fantastic chips and you will be happy with both. But if you want to see a 30% increase for whatever reason, your best bet is to go LGA 2011, that's a guaranteed 50% increase clock for clock!
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Sry have not had the time to do any more tests today have been stuck in classes and work. I'll try to get some more tests done tomorrow after work. At least compare the Wattage on both cpu's.
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People I decide to buy EVGA Z77FTW I can't find Z68FTW in Serbia and in future i buy only EVGA-CORSAIR HW that is it and no chance for something else.
But this will cost about 650e(Z77FTW+3770k) or about 550(Z77FTW and 2700k) or I have option to buy 3930k + EVGA X79SLI (about 730e).
What you think??? X79 have Native USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps or NOT. But I plan to buy EVGA GK110 with double memory in future and X79 no PCI-E 3.0 for Kepler I think.
This is very hard decision when you plan something and everybody make whole histery about something I think no worth for making only to use money for Z77.
Better Intel decide to avoid Ivy or delay. They will suffer critics and many people are decide to buy nothing because of that.
I don't know I look on games and what I need I have space for about 6 months and maybe to punish Intel for this, this is not punish this is only for me to be happy because i not swallow changing story when they make something worce than expect like I not swallow NVIDIA renamed mid range and give them 150more beucase they decide what is enough.
And no this is not what we will se. We will se maybe worse performance in gaming than Sandy and than I give up no chance for Z77 only 0.0000000001% Ivy than Sandy worse in some situation I delay upgrade.
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I have used the last hour or so to read all the posts here and no one has mentioned the new technology coupled with the Ivy Bridge platform, virtuMVP.
I read a little bit about it here: http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/4651/lucid_virtu_mvp_hyperformance_tested_with_asrock_z77_and_intel_ivy_bridge/index3.html
I am still learning a lot about the extreme overclock side of things, so I apologize if anything I say is somewhat ignorant. But what I am pointing at is that wouldn't this new technology with integrated graphics in the CPU partnered with virtuMVP boost performance output in things like furmark and other benchmark tests?
I am curious to know if you guys have an opinion on it or if most of you all are simply into the overclocking business.
I am on the overclock for usefulness side of things and like to game a lot. So therefore I would think the Ivy Bridge processors would be better for us gamers as opposed to the Sandy bridge processors. I am I wrong in this?

YES! THANK YOU FOR TALKING ABOUT VMVP! FINALLY.
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Virtu MVP works on Sandy Bridge/Z68, Sandy Bridge/Z77, Ivy Bridge/Z68, Ivy Bridge/Z77 it just comes included with Z77 mobo. And yes it is great for gaming if your gpu can't manage the fps you want on it's own. Benchmarks are improved as well, however Virtu MVP only works on supported programs/games, also most of the time the programs are only supported by Virtual Vsync and not Hyperformance which is the one that boosts the games performance. Hyperformance from my limited experience, was only supported on modern AAA games/programs, such as 3Dmark11, BF3, and Skyrim.

But, who plays anything but BF3 and Skryim....wierdos. HAHAHHA jk.
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I hate fanboys. They are a disgrace to every forum... Troubles, flames, blurred opinions...
Other benchs are from non-ESs, so... I ain't expecting a single improvement from what I have seen
- IGP = useless for a 3770k
- Benchmarks show 20% higher idle temps
I'm not agree with that. Silicon and Moore's Law will be working till we reach 10nm, when it'd be very hard to develop transistors because of atomic size.
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That video only confirms what I was saying. When we reach 10nm (Michio Kaku: "5 atoms layer"), Moore's Law will stop because we won't be able to continue going down on litography ("huge heat and leaks + uncertainty principle"). Now, at 22nm, we are just fine and totally achieving Moore's Law, because we are hugely increasing the number of transistors.
The slowdown you claim, is just the increased time on Intel's tick CPU launch dates because it will be much harder to achieve 14 and 10nm. Note that they are starting not to accomplish their tick-tock 1 year policy.
Less nm = More transistors in the same size = More IPS and FLOPS = More performance.
Problem with IB is the huge die shrink = Less transistors than it should
Michio Kaku, is well known in the scientific community for being too dreamer and too clever.
Optical transistors are being under development right now, but quantum ones are just a dream right now.

I saw that video too. And he's completely right. Its funny actually, right when Intel said 'we will start a tick tock thing, their '2 year rule' on moore's law went down the tubes. I think if Intel had more competition, we would probably be a lot more close to where we should be in terms of moore's law. Really wish some billionaire would realize this, and spend some dough on AMD or startup a new company to compete with Intel so we can start moving faster. IMO this world could be a lot better places if we were closer to where we should be.

VMVP is actually a totally overlooked and underrated feature to IB+Z77 (yes there are others that can do it, but it works best with IB because of the sick GPU it has). What a lot people are overlooking with IB, is we are moving in a direction in (intel is) that they are integrating graphics on a die...and it will only continue to get bigger and 'badder'...(and uncut lol). For enthusiasts the only chip that is a true chip anymore in the 2011 die's. For obvious reasons. Intel's mainstream processors are no longer Overclocker's glory chips...only 2011's are...If intel didn't put a GPU on this die, they could easily fit 2 more cores...maybe more...why not? Two reasons...first people don't want to buy and upgrade GPUs, they want integrated graphics (mainstream people who don't know how to work the inside of a computer). Second, they want to sandbag because the rest of the industry is still miles behind. Why change things...if you have no real competition? Look at the 2011 die's...they literally could have put at least 2 more cores on there...why not? Because no ones is competing with them in that bracket.

For me, I won't be SLIing in the near future, so I will take a 3770k use VMVP with a 560Ti for now, and get some really insane GPU performance for the buck. I'll take a 4.5 OC with a CM 212+, have some pretty high temps, but who cares when IB can take the heat better. Sure, RIGHT NOW, PCI 3 and a few of the smaller upgrades don't do much...but what about future proofing? Sure Haswell might be better...but I see this chip as being a stepping stone to a new era of chips.
    
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Well take your stepping stone and keep it, again intel isnot paying me for test failed new era tecnologies, IB and Z77 don't represent any advantage, PCI 2.0 is not already total functionally used, and would'n be till games (and no by bad coding) start to demand this hardware power. 3770k is not a budget, no perfomance, no future proof, no nothing, don't add more power, or if it does is insignificant, even for people who must upgrade from C2D, IB isnot an option for to risk of new techonolgies issues. SB would keep been a better option or even bulldozer. Ok let's say this proccesor is adressed to fans user wanting to have not the best processor, but a processor of tomorrow, yes, so what, feel good now get back to reallity.
Edited by Sujeto 1 - 4/20/12 at 7:13am
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GTX 680 runs at PCI-E 2.0 on X79 at the moment, hopefully will be fixed by Nvidia at some point frown.gif

It's a hardware limitation. You need Ivy bridge to use 3.0, and there's no ivy bridge for X79.

It won't be fixed until Ivy-E, which should run on X79.
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Well take your stepping stone and keep it, again intel isnot paying me for test failed new era tecnologies, IB and Z77 don't represent any advantage, PCI 2.0 is not already total functionally used, and would'n be till games (and no by bad coding) start to demand this hardware power. 3770k is not a budget, no perfomance, no future proof, no nothing, don't add more power, or if it does is insignificant, even for people who must upgrade from C2D, IB isnot an option for to risk of new techonolgies issues. SB would keep been a better option or even bulldozer. Ok let's say this proccesor is adressed to fans user wanting to have not the best processor, but a processor of tomorrow, yes, so what, feel good now get back to reallity.

..Can't tell if serious or just trolling? Ivy Bridge not better than a C2D? I only have one thing to say to that "ROFL".

i7 3770k is the best under $400 processor on the market. Simple as that, and if you can't do the math and see it then there's the door. Future proofing in electronics doesn't exist. Never has, never will.
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Well take your stepping stone and keep it, again intel isnot paying me for test failed new era tecnologies, IB and Z77 don't represent any advantage, PCI 2.0 is not already total functionally used, and would'n be till games (and no by bad coding) start to demand this hardware power. 3770k is not a budget, no perfomance, no future proof, no nothing, don't add more power, or if it does is insignificant, even for people who must upgrade from C2D, IB isnot an option for to risk of new techonolgies issues. SB would keep been a better option or even bulldozer. Ok let's say this proccesor is adressed to fans user wanting to have not the best processor, but a processor of tomorrow, yes, so what, feel good now get back to reallity.

find something to smoke and calm down. its an incremental product, every time you buy something new you are 'testing new era technologies', go an buy a P IV if you are really that bothered, or shut up and stop whining.
 
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YES! THANK YOU FOR TALKING ABOUT VMVP! FINALLY.
But, who plays anything but BF3 and Skryim....wierdos. HAHAHHA jk.
For me, I won't be SLIing in the near future, so I will take a 3770k use VMVP with a 560Ti for now, and get some really insane GPU performance for the buck. I'll take a 4.5 OC with a CM 212+, have some pretty high temps, but who cares when IB can take the heat better. Sure, RIGHT NOW, PCI 3 and a few of the smaller upgrades don't do much...but what about future proofing? Sure Haswell might be better...but I see this chip as being a stepping stone to a new era of chips.

remember that the MVP benefit is not literally an increase in actual frames drawn, more frame requested, read the recent anandtech article to understand, there is benefit, no-one's figured out how to measure it yet though. Also on the older titles you don't actually need the benefit as modern cards are plenty good enough anyway.
 
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