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Maybe it can be oc'd to 5Ghz on air like sandy bridge? It will be worth it if it does.

even if it overclocks to 5Ghz doesn't that mean there not really a big upgrade either in the oc department? unless there significant boost in IPC while being overclock, but since it only a sample we can only speculate.
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Maybe it can be oc'd to 5Ghz on air like sandy bridge? It will be worth it if it does.

even if it overclocks to 5Ghz doesn't that mean there not really a big upgrade either in the oc department? unless there significant boost in IPC while being overclock, but since it only a sample we can only speculate.
really...? rolleyes.gif
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really...? rolleyes.gif
it just dont seems such a significant improve from the preview that all
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8350 vs 920

the 920 is beaten by the 8350, and it 190 bucks....

if the 4770k is faster than the 8350 (it will be) then its worth the upgrade.

You do realize the $190 CPU requires at least an additional $200 motherboard right? So its not just like you have to spend $190 to upgrade. Likely factor in RAM as well if you want to go quad channel. You are talking roughly a $400-500 upgrade for what is a marginal improvement. I'd rather keep the money and lose a few fps here and there.

Oh but I wouldn't be able to spot the massive epeen on OCN though. But then again you can't put a price on epeen.
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really...? rolleyes.gif
it just dont seems such a significant improve from the preview that all
how can the IPC magically boost from the overclock, don't you think the ratio will remain the same.?
maybe you can elaborate more for me so I can understand..
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how can the IPC magically boost from the overclock, don't you think the ratio will remain the same.?
maybe you can elaborate more for me so I can understand..


i think i worded it wrong, what i was trying to say is that we dont technically know how high haswell with clock, if you considering ivy ran hotter then SB, overclocking ivy require little most cooling to reach the same clock rate. not sure off my head how much the overclock improvement was from SB to ivy.
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Not sure why everyone is so upset, it's only been a year and you're getting better power efficiency AND a 10% increase?

And I mean really if you think about it, a 4570K @ 4.2 would be equal to my SB @ 5.0 while consuming half the power...


Or since people are so fond of car analogies, you're gaining 10% more horse power and 15-20% better MPG every year!
Edited by OwnedINC - 3/18/13 at 8:10pm
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8350 vs 920

the 920 is beaten by the 8350, and it 190 bucks....

if the 4770k is faster than the 8350 (it will be) then its worth the upgrade.

You do realize the $190 CPU requires at least an additional $200 motherboard right? So its not just like you have to spend $190 to upgrade. Likely factor in RAM as well if you want to go quad channel. You are talking roughly a $400-500 upgrade for what is a marginal improvement. I'd rather keep the money and lose a few fps here and there.

Oh but I wouldn't be able to spot the massive epeen on OCN though. But then again you can't put a price on epeen.

Hi. My $130 motherboard would like a word with your pricing department. You do not need a $200 motherboard for anything these days unless you're looking for a Crosshair or 2011 board.

Also, Haswell does not support Quad-channel, and nor does Piledriver. This is the consumer CPU, not the Enterprise knock off one.
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Hi. My $130 motherboard would like a word with your pricing department. You do not need a $200 motherboard for anything these days unless you're looking for a Crosshair or 2011 board.

Also, Haswell does not support Quad-channel, and nor does Piledriver. This is the consumer CPU, not the Enterprise knock off one.

Sorry my mistake, for some reason I saw 8350 and thought the X79 2011 3820 CPU for some reason. My original point still stands though. Even at $300 the differences I would see would be marginal.
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Hi. My $130 motherboard would like a word with your pricing department. You do not need a $200 motherboard for anything these days unless you're looking for a Crosshair or 2011 board.

Also, Haswell does not support Quad-channel, and nor does Piledriver. This is the consumer CPU, not the Enterprise knock off one.

Sorry my mistake, for some reason I saw 8350 and thought the X79 2011 3820 CPU for some reason. My original point still stands though. Even at $300 the differences I would see would be marginal.
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