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Originally Posted by owikh84 View Post

This Intel thermal specs does mention about TIM applied on IB
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/3rd-gen-core-lga1155-socket-guide.html
TIM.jpg

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/2nd-gen-core-lga1155-socket-guide.html
Same in page 13.
post #142 of 387
If anything, this proves that the good ol' intel hasn't changed. They still use cheap tricks.
   
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I feel like all companies are going cheap on everything.
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Makes me feel OK about having an Sandy Bridge smile.gif
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post #145 of 387
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Originally Posted by Artikbot View Post

If anything, this proves that the good ol' intel hasn't changed. They still use cheap tricks.
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I feel like all companies are going cheap on everything.

 

These, pretty much.

post #146 of 387
[conspiracy theory]
Intel could be planning on using TIM to differentiate between mainstream Ivy Bridge and Ivy Bridge-E. Normal ivy bridge may get paste and Ivy Bridge-E may get solder -- allowing it to get higher overclocks.

Intel probably didn't like how well Sandy performed compared to Sandy Bridge-E -- basically making that platform pointless unless you needed 6 or more cores or more than 2 gpus. This could be their way of pushing us all to their enthusiast platform.

Stock or moderate overclocking => Ivy Bridge
Maximum overclocking => Ivy Bridge-E or remove the IHS and void your warranty

And if we don't like it, Bulldozer is that way ===>

Love,
Intel
[/conspiracy theory]
Edited by Mad Skillz - 4/26/12 at 4:50am
post #147 of 387
i think we just need to let them no the jigg is up and we will not buy there product till they fix it asap
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Originally Posted by djxput View Post

So my question is - is it tough to remove the heatspeader? ... if not; can you put a cooler, air or water right on top of the die or do you have a high risk of damaging the core? ... or as some have mentioned would putting your own transfer material over the die work like what is the xtreme indigo? and then putting the cooler on top of that?
I agree - for people expecting retail chips to be that much better then the E samples; IMO thats a fairytale -
as to why intel did this? ... I doubt it has to do with the sb-e platform (thats been out a bit); IMO its either just cost or like some have suggested; a new product coming out (haswell).
pretty dissappointing to hear about this

Easy? I dunno. Its certainly easy to destroy your processor from removing the IHS. This revalation, if true, doesn't give me the warm fuzzies.
post #149 of 387
Makes me wonder whats under the 3930k lid.
post #150 of 387
I just bought a Z77 board, I was aiming for the 3770K.

This makes me feel STUPID.

"Our hardware is too good. Throw a bad TIM on it so we can make room for more "better" expensive chips".

I can imagine them saying this and laughing loud and making fool of ourselves, while swimming in piles of money...

DAM!

I hope something change now that the TIM scam have been exposed. I call this a scam because we pay premium for a top i7 and can't admit lower quality parts (TIM) in it.
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