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Should be great for benching the usual superpi, pifast, wprime and older 3d benches but that's about it.
 
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post #42 of 571
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Need 25% to justifiy the price.

Paying 100% of your current hardware price to gain 10% is not a calculated risk expendituare.

I would think that if you look at it from someone who doesn't have IVY and you are comparing IVY and Haswell..10% better for the same price seems like a no brainer of what you would buy. Plus the energy savings and better integrated graphics (whether you use them or not is irrelevant because it's still improvement over the previous chip) seems really like a no brainer.

And if you are one of these people that upgrade to the newest thing all the time; if you can afford it who cares, otherwise you are never making a good financial decision! If i bought a new car every time the new model came out i'd be broke ass (more than I am now i guess).
post #43 of 571
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Those benchmarks are close to pointless. Noone is going to be buying Haswell to then play games with integrated graphics. For one, if you're going to compare processors, we need one variable with the rest as controls. Not only is the CPU itself different, but the integrated graphics are also different. I know this is technically apples-to-apples, processor-to-processor, but who's to say what's making most or all of the difference? Secondly, this needs to be tested with discrete cards, or they might as well not bother making charts at all.

Actually intel is targeting mobile market with Haswell so intergrated graphics do matter but I somewhat agree that they aren't all that relevant (right now) on a desktop unit.I suppose they are there to quantify HD evolution. Let's not forget that most intel CPUs are APUs actually. As for the general performance,if these numbers are accurate ,I guess it is nothing to write home about. Intel has no real competition as of now, they can pretty much do these small steps generation after generation.
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post #44 of 571
When are we expecting Haswell to be released? Hopefully the Ivy bridge cpus will come down in price when haswell is released so I can pick up a 3570k or 3770k nice and cheap
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Where I live atm (Greece/EU), sandy barely dropped in price when Ivy came. I7-2600k still retails pretty much the same with i7-3770k.
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Where I live atm (Greece/EU), sandy barely dropped in price when Ivy came. I7-2600k still retails pretty much the same with i7-3770k.

Same here.

I was hoping to pick one for cheap (around 180€), but the suckers are still up high at 250.
   
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£180 in UK for a 3570k at the moment, and £177 for 2500k, ridiculous! I have a Z77 board I bought in prep for when i could afford to upgrade from my 2400
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Exactly. Why would they give us anything more than a modest improvement when they're facing very little competitive force on the CPU side?

Because of taxes.
 
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The 4770K does not look all that interesting. I hope they would come out with a reasonably priced 6 core. With only a 10% bump in clock efficiency AMD might again manage to close up the gap a little. Looking forward to steamroller vs haswell.
    
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The 4770K does not look all that interesting. I hope they would come out with a reasonably priced 6 core. With only a 10% bump in clock efficiency AMD might again manage to close up the gap a little. Looking forward to steamroller vs haswell.

599.99 is a reasonable price for a 6 core. Hoping for a 329.99 one? Maybe in 2015 and has well e
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