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[MT] Intel Admits That Ivy Bridge Runs Hotter Because Of 22nm Shrink

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Surprisingly, Intel has admitted that their latest Ivy Bridge platform runs hotter and its because of the increased thermal density which is the result of 22nm manufacturing node. Intel said, “users may observe higher operating temperatures when overclocking”. They further added, “This is as designed and meets quality and reliability expectations for parts operating under specified conditions.”

Means a new stepping will not fix this. We'll have to live with it.

Source: Maximum-Tech
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If the CPU is build to opperate at high temps what does it matter? (Thunderbird anyone?)
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With tcase max at 105C its obvious enough 80C is normal for these chips. It's a big jump up from the tcase max of 72C on Sandy. Plain and simple they just like to run hot. thumb.gif
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Does that mean 14nm will be even hotter?
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yes the 14 nm will be even hotter cause contrary to what intel mouth say,they are still on the prowl to find a solution to cool at those insanelly small level.and so far they have found solution at an affordable price
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Anyone found where actually somebody from Intel said something like that?
Not random person that works at buffet or non-existing imagined Intel employee?
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Originally Posted by Warmonger View Post

With tcase max at 105C its obvious enough 80C is normal for these chips. It's a big jump up from the tcase max of 72C on Sandy. Plain and simple they just like to run hot. thumb.gif

Tjmax is 105 C, Tcase is still unknown from what I can find on Google. Tjmax for SB is 98 C.
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Anyone found where actually somebody from Intel said something like that?
Not random person that works at buffet or non-existing imagined Intel employee?

I see no reason to not believe The Inquirer. It has always been known that the shrink would cause an increase in (or at least equal) thermal density even if it lowered TDP.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 4/30/12 at 7:02am
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Anyone found where actually somebody from Intel said something like that?
Not random person that works at buffet or non-existing imagined Intel employee?

It was found in a saved text message on an iphone that was found in a bar.
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Tjmax is 105 C, Tcase is still unknown from what I can find on Google. Tjmax for SB is 98 C.

Some people say under 90C, some people say under 80C, and Sin0822 say under 85-90C.
His thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end
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Originally Posted by DiNet View Post

Anyone found where actually somebody from Intel said something like that?
Not random person that works at buffet or non-existing imagined Intel employee?

It was found in a saved text message on an iphone that was found in a bar.

Lol, I see what you did there...
    
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