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Anybody know if the h100i will be able to fit with the new socket for Haswell?
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Anybody know if the h100i will be able to fit with the new socket for Haswell?

Yes! I forgot to say that the mounting holes from socket 1155 will indeed be compatible with 1150. There is no physical change from the layout/distance. Horray for that! thumb.gif
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Anybody know if the h100i will be able to fit with the new socket for Haswell?

 

bolt pattern is the same as previous gen.

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Intel designed 1156/1155/1150 mounting holes to be exactly the same
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As you all know the 8 series will be the last desktop platform Intel will produce.

Stopped reading right there. Wish people would follow up on such things.
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Must be good, because otherwise someone wouldn't be willing to speak about a bad product -- surely? wink.gif

They'd be more likely to speak about it in that case.
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pretty much the same increase as Ivy had over Sandy.

Called. It. If SRs increases (And this) is true then AMD will start to catch up...Unless Haswell overclocks better, of course.
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As you all know the 8 series will be the last desktop platform Intel will produce.

Didn't an Intel engineer confirm on Reddit that they meant BGA for mainstream but still socketed parts for enthusiasts? Still, I don't give a rats either way, it just means people have to buy an i7 3820 equivalent CPU (And hopefully an i5 if Intel launches that for their high-end socket) with a better platform overall.
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I have no idea where you pulled the "much before" out of thin air from?

Sandy M were released a whooping 4 days (01/05/2011 vs 01/09/2011) before Sandy Desktop, and Ivy M at the same tim as Desktop, so I don't see a track record to support the "Much(1 month?) before" claim.

I love how you automatically assume much before means 1 month.
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Called. It. If SRs increases (And this) is true then AMD will start to catch up...Unless Haswell overclocks better, of course.
Didn't an Intel engineer confirm on Reddit that they meant BGA for mainstream but still socketed parts for enthusiasts? Still, I don't give a rats either way, it just means people have to buy an i7 3820 equivalent CPU (And hopefully an i5 if Intel launches that for their high-end socket) with a better platform overall.

Leaked Haswell Fritz chess benchmarks shows a 10% IPC boost over Ivy, and no significant difference between Ivy & Sandy, so I don't see where people get "Not much different than Sandy to Ivy" from.

The i7-3820 sucessor will be 22nm on LGA 2011 socket with TDP envelope up to 125W + no IGPU, definitely have potential to be a Hexcore and if that happens I don't see it be a "have to buy" item but rather a "must have" item.

From Anandtech Forum:
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Haswell 2600 MHz = 10 884p
Ivy Bridge 2600 MHz = 9 907p
Sandy Bridge 2600 MHz = 9 823p

The BGA thing is for select Broadwell , there could still be Broadwell LGAs, also according to Anand Shimpi Skylake is going back to LGA. There are rumors Intel will abandon mainstream LGA after the Skylake successor(which is not Skymont according to the Reddit done by Intel Engineer), but that's at least 3 years away.

The most recent thing anyone heard from a Intel Engineer is this Reddit and they said nothing about BGA. The two key future product thing they said were that 1. if you love OC you will love Haswell. 2. Skymont is not the correct code name.

Also the 8 series Jayjr1105 talked about was about Intel Motherboard, basically after the Haswell Generation Intel will stop making their own branded Motherboards, this have nothing to do with BGA.
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Well basically it's going to be faster than Ivy (duh) pretty much the same increase as Ivy had over Sandy.

As you all know the 8 series will be the last desktop platform Intel will produce.

I can't remember how exactly they worded it but the voltage regulator is going to be built in to the die.

Quad core desktop sku's are back up to 95w TDP rating.
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I see no leak showing 95W TDP, the TDP are going up but the leaks I seen Quad core TDPs are 84 W(totally reasonable due to integrated VRM & stronger IGPU), not 95 W.


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Sherlock - you are well informed.

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hmmmm..

I thought that Sandy -> Ivy was roughly a 10% performance increase (at similar clocks).

Now I hear that Sandy -> Haswell is only 10-15% increase?headscratch.gif

I'm confused sozo.gif
Edited by Phishy714 - 2/27/13 at 7:07pm
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