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... But it looks like the chip is slowly building up heat...
And that would be consistent with the theory that the present Ivy chips have a big problem with piss poor heat dissipation.
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And that would be consistent with the theory that the present Ivy chips have a big problem with piss poor heat dissipation.

Im wondering what they can do to make it better though, Its a smaller die so technically less surface area to get rid of the heat, wonder if a thinner cpu die cover (whatever the metal surface is called) would help get the heat to a cpu cooler faster? i.e. lapping it much thinner? I wouldnt mess with it though since it would void the warranty
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I saw someone delid this chip and seems like the contact between the actual die and the top is not very well done. Maybe that would change with new chips being produced.
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I saw someone delid this chip and seems like the contact between the actual die and the top is not very well done. Maybe that would change with new chips being produced.

Please link, this is very interesting information.

Regarding more benchmarks and tests. i don't think i have the time to do much more with this. I've done most of the work i set out to do and now i've just started hitting the gym again 3-4 times a week, that in combination with a 50% job, full time bachelor degree and other things mean that i don't have much time with the chips. Actually all of them are up for sale now, and have a load of interested people here in Norway so they will most likely be sold within the week.

I will grab a few more once they are released and see if any of those are any better, would love to do some benchmarks with this chip @ 6.5Ghz+
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Man thanks for the heads up. What sucks the nearest microcenter is like 20miles away so not close enough to just stick my head in, now frys is 2miles away but they advertise every special. Man thanks for the info though regarding their pricing. Yeah I wouldnt mind a 2011 socket setup but I literally just game and browse the web lol, The extra cost for me is better spent on a new gpu but thats not to say I havent played with the idea of 2011 since I just love building new rigs or changing my setup for the hell of it.

No prob. Well...I say...man up. I live in Kalamazoo, MI...nearest one is either 150miles for Chicago, or 155miles for Detroit...since I am from the D, I go back to do stuff too, and thats what I did. But 20 miles! **** I wish there was one in Battle Creek or something. Best thing I have to a Micro Center around here, is Best Buy, maybe a mom and pop shop or two, and online.

I really wish I would have gone the 2011 route now. I mean, Ivy is such a disappointment on the CPU performance side (not from other aspects though)...but its not really that. I do video editing and the extra power with a Ivy-E chip would be sweet.
    
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Would anyone with the 3770k and at least 4mbit upload be willing to do a specific benchmark?

I'm considering 3930k vs 3770k for a game streaming rig, but I haven't found a relevant benchmark, If the 3770k can stream 1080p on 2 cores(4 threads) I can save a couple hundred dollars. (if there's a live streaming program that can use quicksync I could get a 3570k, but all i can find are transcoders.)

Benchmark request: 3770k(4.5 ghz) Flash media live encoder on 2 cores 4 threads.
Format: H.264 Settings: Profile:Main Level: 4.0 Keyframe frequency: 2 seconds
Frame rate: 30 FPS
Input size: 1920x1080

Bit rate: 4000
Output size: 1920x1080

encoded data: anything with a lot of movement, a screen capture of you dragging a window around fast would work just fine, I don't need the video, just need to know whether it works:

the useful number: average bitrate/framerate in the encoding log, my i7 930 needs 3 cores to keep from dropping frames at those settings(at 4 ghz), but I want 2 cores reserved for the game(sc2).
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Along with die shrink and new trigate adding to heat issue, turns out intel did indeed use paste for ivy bride die attach picture proof of delided ivy with paste tim. So part of high temps is because not using solder 80 w/mk thermal conductance + thin bondline of solder, and instead using paste tim which will not only be applied thicker but also much lower bulk thermal conductance.

For running stock settings at low voltage, probably only a few C difference between paste and solder TIM, hence intel can save money by using cheaper paste. But at overclock settings and higher tdp, going to make a significant difference in core temps, sucks for overclockers, but intel doesnt design chips for us.

I guess only the more expensive enthusiast cpus are now getting solder tim (assuming they are)...kinda sucks for overclocking. Wonder if they use paste/solder for xeons...though probably same paste for same corresponding xeon, but when they come out, maybe will see.
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LoL people still taking about the Ivy and Heat biggrin.gif
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LoL people still taking about the Ivy and Heat biggrin.gif

if you can't handle the heat...
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if you can't handle the heat...

then delid it and apply better tim than intel did, or better yet attach directly to waterblock without IHS.
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