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post #31 of 66
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There are actually quite a lot of people who are more than fine with a bit lower OC or no OC at all, even on OCN.
Also the guys who push these chips beyond 6GHz for example are usually the ones who buy a bunch of chips instead of a single one.
The people who are delidding and lapping to get the maximum they can on air/water with IB definitely aren't the majority. Most OCNers probably just want an OC that they can comfortably use.


Like me. I never overclock my hardware except on initial purchase to test its limits. As long as it performs adequately there is no need. I may overclock this 2600k If I don't upgrade first! same with the 6970 I MIGHT OC it.. IF I DONT UPGRADE FIRST.

As long as it performs good in RL applications I'm fine. Heck everytime I upgrade CPU's my video encoding gets faster and faster. from x4 9850 AMD(when I started doing encoding) to x6 1090 to x 6 1100T to the 2600k


P.S. misleading title is misleading. Intel outlines retirement for SB processors.. Multiple core processors freaked me out.
 
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IB is only bad for the people who are cooling their chip on big tower coolers/AIO loops/custom water loops and are looking to clock their chip to 4.8-5.0GHz. In any other area IB "kicks the snot out" of SB.

4.8Ghz IB > 5Ghz SB anyways. No reason to worry about them going EOL. Mine does fine on air.
post #33 of 66
The title makes it sound like they're going to start only making single core processors. This news is much less startling.
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Long live the legend(2600K & 2500K)!

Oh man I was considering getting either one of those chips before they phased out, looks like I'm going to have to get a chip which ignites when overclocked, an Ivy or wait for a haswell.
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Everyone makes it look like it's the end of the world, but 90-95c is the max temp you want for an Ivy chip on air (not heat output...nope, they're not the same!)
I can max at 4.7ghz @ 1.37v, which sits at 90c max +-2c. That is on par with a 24/7 5ghz Sandy i7 and I got a better imc as well as pci-e3.0 (though nowadays it's not a big deal)
If these chips were soldered they would obliterate Sandy easily lol
But as is they are just fine. thumb.gif

And that title is indeed misleading! I was expecting the return of the Netburst architecture and single core cpus with 10ghz clock speeds tongue.gif
post #36 of 66
still on an i7 950. makes me feel my system is as old as q6600's. biggrin.gif
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Anyone read that as Multiple-core processors? I was thinking say whaaaaa!?
My 2600K has done really well, battered it 24/7 for 18 months and no issues so far smile.gif

Your in good company tongue.gif When I first read the tile I was like : They are going back to single cores eh-smiley.gif Then I was like: Hell yeah single thread powaaaaa wheee.gif And then I started reading the article and was: oh they mean "Multiple Core series Processors" doh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gif
    
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Your in good company tongue.gif When I first read the tile I was like : They are going back to single cores eh-smiley.gif Then I was like: Hell yeah single thread powaaaaa wheee.gif And then I started reading the article and was: oh they mean "Multiple Core series Processors" doh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gif

If intel brought back single cores they'd probably be quite strong chips also, why reduce power? I haven't seen Intel do this so those kind of chips would be comparable to a dual core I3 or close to a Quad I5.
post #39 of 66
Thank god I massively misread the title of this thread. RIP 2600K & 2500K.
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Anyone read that as Multiple-core processors? I was thinking say whaaaaa!?
For a moment there I thought they were scrapping everything to invest in many-core (massively multi-core? Moar-coar? Whatever you'd call it) CPUs.

OT, this shouldn't come as a surprise as the successors of these chips have been out for a while now. The only odd one out is the 3450, but then I've always wondered how big of a market there was for those chips (same with 23*0 and 2400).
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