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In that case of course! smile.gif
But what if these leaked Ivy's aren't the final product? Like an sample that was supposed to sell thus the retail box, but later on got dismissed because of the high temperatures etc.etc?
Maybe there's another revision being released when they're doing it officially?
I have seen benchmarks, showing these and worse results despite being the final revision, which is supossed to be the E1 stepping.
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I have seen benchmarks, showing these and worse results despite being the final revision, which is supossed to be the E1 stepping.

Okay, source on E1 being the final stepping? smile.gif

I'm just curious and wondering, I'm finding it odd that IB would be this hot
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post #463 of 690
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Retail chips from like Ebay or something like that? How did they leak out from Intel? A sneaky employee who managed to get hands on a couple of boxes? tongue.gif
Or are they from OEM? Didn't know they used "K" models in OEM-computers.

theyve been released in china
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Some people is goin against the proof here posted and troll it's me.. rolleyes.gif you know what, yes lets say IB is the best cpu of ever oh yeah lets everybody get one of those miracles of the sciences.. I'm getting rigthnow an 2500k which is really good processor from intel and a Z68 Gigabyte for 150 USD is all what i need good luck everybody.
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Okay, source on E1 being the final stepping? smile.gif
I'm just curious and wondering, I'm finding it odd that IB would be this hot

If your search for the i7-3770K's product code (BXC80637I73770K) in Intel's Material Declaration Data Sheet Database, it indicates that the S-Spec Code for that processor is SR0PL. The leaked Chiphell photos of the 3770K and it's box indicate that those retail boxed versions also have the S-Spec code SR0PL. Those processors have been tested in CPU-Z and are Stepping 9, or E1. If there were a new stepping coming, Intel would have needed to list it in the MDDS database a month of two prior to launch. Thus, E1 will be the retail stepping. There may be a new steping in the works for later on, but there is no evidence for or against that theory.

EDIT: Note that something similar to your theory occured with the Xeon E5s. Intel did a limited production run of those chips at the C1 stepping. That production run was only released to certain customers under NDA due to the VT-d bug. The launch occurred at the C2 stepping. If you search for the E5-2687W in that database (BX80621E52687W), you will see two S-Spec listings, SR0GX and SR0KG. SR0GX is the C1 version, and SR0KG is the C2 version, which was used for wide availability.

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post #466 of 690
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I have seen benchmarks, showing these and worse results despite being the final revision, which is supossed to be the E1 stepping.
Okay, source on E1 being the final stepping? smile.gif
I'm just curious and wondering, I'm finding it odd that IB would be this hot
I've been searching for 30min but I didn't get anything, lol sorry. I'm pretty sure it was on TweakTown, and they said the E1's were even hotter.
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If your search for the i7-3770K's product code (BXC80637I73770K) in Intel's Material Declaration Data Sheet Database, it indicates that the S-Spec Code for that processor is SR0PL. The leaked Chiphell photos of the 3770K and it's box indicate that those retail boxed versions also have the S-Spec code SR0PL. Those processors have been tested in CPU-Z and are Stepping 9, or E1. If there were a new stepping coming, Intel would have needed to list it in the MDDS database a month of two prior to launch. Thus, E1 will be the retail stepping. There may be a new steping in the works for later on, but there is no evidence for or against that theory.
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I'm getting rigthnow an 2500k which is really good processor from intel and a Z68 Gigabyte for 150 USD is all what i need good luck everybody.
Best choice by far. If I found that combo for just 150 bucks... no doubt I'd go for it. IB is not a step forward in terms of performance.
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How much did you pay for them excluding shipping? smile.gif
Funny how they are being sold already then. Too bad there is no Trinity available on the net, would like to see it's performance ^_^
Anyways 2700k is 2100SEK ($314) atm, while 3770k will be at 3100SEK ($463).
Doesn't feel like 3770k is worth those extra $150?

Payed 499$ for the 3770K's and 320$ for the 3570K

The 3770K is down to 439$ on Ebay ATM

This thing is running HOT tongue.gif @ 1.35v with 1.78PLL i'm peaking at 77C after 20min of Prime95 and then i'm stopping it. That is with 10C water temp!! HT is generating a LOT of heat here.
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Some people is goin against the proof here posted and troll it's me.. rolleyes.gif you know what, yes lets say IB is the best cpu of ever oh yeah lets everybody get one of those miracles of the sciences.. I'm getting rigthnow an 2500k which is really good processor from intel and a Z68 Gigabyte for 150 USD is all what i need good luck everybody.

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