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I say that because there is 2-3 retail stepping 9 3570ks out there right now rocking 77w TDP...

But it's still an unreleased chip in Intel's eyes. CPUz will change accordingly.


I see. I was under the impression that it tapped the chip for info rather than broadcast OEM stats on what its supposed to be.
    
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You know what. To be completely honest with you all the release of Bulldozer, the 7970, the 680 and now Ivy Bridge all seem pretty dissapointing to me at the end of the day. You got a nice range there from awful to middling. Sure the GPU's were ok but we've seen much larger leaps before.

It's a shame to because each one of these launches was pretty massively anticipated. Next go round will be better I'm sure.
    
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Next go round will be better I'm sure.

Or maybe not. Maybe we have actually met the size/performance threshold of silicon (with regards to heat dissipation). We'll see, it will sure be interesting to see what pans out....
Edited by Ramsey77 - 4/14/12 at 9:57pm
 
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Or maybe not. Maybe we have actually met the size/performance threshold of silicon (with regards to heat dissipation). We'll see, it will sure be interesting to see what pans out....

You know you could be right. But then again both the 28nm GPUs ran way cooler then their predecessors.
    
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Or maybe not. Maybe we have actually met the size/performance threshold of silicon (with regards to heat dissipation). We'll see, it will sure be interesting to see what pans out....

I hope this isn't it for silicon. What I'm thinking is that a new, novel approach may just be whats needed to overcome some of these shortcomings such as increased heat output.

If this is the end for silicon that would be pretty grim for advances in the near future. Quantum computing and carbon nano-tubes are a long way off from consumer viability, unfortunately mad.gif
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Been a few reviews/previews released already and they all pretty much say the same thing, IB is a worse overclocker than SB. However I think IPC performance is up 7% or something like that.
So its nothing like BD, since IB is actually an improvement on the whole. Ultimately, overclocking headroom is always nice and I'm glad I didn't wait for IB, but its far from a BD release. Sure, it nothing like what we were expecting to see, so in that sense its a little disappointing. But I wouldn't put it in BD's league.

If you consider the CPU being stable at 90*C @ 4.7Ghz to be an improvement on the whole... *shrug* God speed to ya.

However, even BD didn't do that. It might draw less power, but that's a retarded high temperature. 7% higher IPC isn't an upgrade anyhow. Who cares? Stick with SB-E and be done with it.
     
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Hopefully all this freaking out keeps up. Don't plan to push it over 4.2-4.5 anyway when rocking a monster GFX card and plenty of RAM.
When the GFX card I wanted released it sold out in less than 50 minutes. Keep the ZOMG stuff going. Spread it to your friends. Buy local TV advertising to spread the message and for GODS SAKE don't let anyone buy a 3570k/3770k on launch day.
I've been waiting since November for this damn chip and I'm ready to play some Skyrim! Need availability a GO on launch day! biggrin.gif

2/10 nice effort but fails to deliver. and in the event you actually are serious, how does a powerful graphics card come into play when overclocking?
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But then again both the 28nm GPUs ran way cooler then their predecessors.

True, but they aren't hitting 5ghz yet either.
 
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If you consider the CPU being stable at 90*C @ 4.7Ghz to be an improvement on the whole... *shrug* God speed to ya.
However, even BD didn't do that. It might draw less power, but that's a retarded high temperature. 7% higher IPC isn't an upgrade anyhow. Who cares? Stick with SB-E and be done with it.

Yeah, and who can say an overclock that reaches 90C at 22nm is safe in the long run?
I'll be sticking with SB.
    
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People should read the thread before parroting the high temperatures. We've got a member here on OCN (punceh) that has a retail 3570k @ 4.8GHz with very reasonable temperatures. Basically, as long as you keep the voltage below 1.3V, it won't skyrocket into the 90+ degrees territory.
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