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Except it totally doesn't do that. Clock for clock it outperforms SB about 5-7%. I'm curious as to where you got this info kookoo.gif

Wasn't it ahead of SB by some Mhz?
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Wasn't it ahead of SB by some Mhz?

The die shrink boasts IPC by 5-7% making Ivy faster clock for clock then Sandy.
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Wasn't it ahead of SB by some Mhz?

Only golden chips SB can.
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post #324 of 387
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Wasn't it ahead of SB by some Mhz?

3.5GHz overclocked 2600k loses to 3.5GHz stock 3770k by 5-7% on average.
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They should try putting the "best" TIM on the IHS and see if that makes a difference tongue.gif But after reading this and Intel not going to do anything about it, I might not get the 3570k now :/

This ^^ is the reason i never jump to new technology in the release day smile.gif i have had always waited for reviews before make any move. I'm glade with my 25k its cool and faster. Intel should call back every IB and fix they crap ship the reason I,m say crap chip is because YB was one of most wanted chip wait for all of us. IB had been unmasked too bad intel. now i want to see what you going to do with all the IB sold smile.gif
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3.5GHz overclocked 2600k loses to 3.5GHz stock 3770k by 5-7% on average.

But don't you need some insane cooler for IB but don't need some insane cooler for SB?
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But don't you need some insane cooler for IB but don't need some insane cooler for SB?

On some reviews, water didn't knock down much temps from air compared to SB.
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On some reviews, water didn't knock down much temps from air compared to SB.

But I was under the impression that to get the same OC clock as an SB chip on IB, water cooling still won't be enough.
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I would love to see how core temps compare with cpu cooler temps between IB and SB. Stick a temperature probe on some arbitrary point on the cooler and burn em both down. Not the best comparison to make given the different TDP's, but I know I'd like to see it anyway.
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But don't you need some insane cooler for IB but don't need some insane cooler for SB?

To clear up all the speculation in a single post. All this "zomg temperature!!!" posts flooding the net is only for high clocks. Ivy should do 4.5-4.8Ghz on air, while remaining below 75C. Which is perfectly acceptable temperatures for its 105C thermal design. The problem with Ivy is reaching the 5.0Ghz+ mark that people expected from a lower powered chip, when you jump the volts up to get there stable you are already breaking 80C even with the best air cooling units. Meanwhile people have been coming up with theory's of the issue, such as this thermal compound thread. I for one believe the problem lies within the die itself (ie cram packed cores). I wouldn't be shocked if on release day you see a dozen threads of people happily sitting at 4.5Ghz, on their 3570k, with their NH-D14/SilverArrow. I for one am disappointed that Ivy will not break the 5Ghz barrier for most typical air overclocks. Still it beats out Sandy and if a 3770k @ 4.8Ghz can crush a 2600k @ 5.0Ghz then I think its still a improvement.
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