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Poll Results: Are you getting Haswell this year, and upgrading from what?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 16% of voters (94)
    yes
  • 51% of voters (299)
    no
  • 7% of voters (45)
    from IB to Haswell
  • 10% of voters (61)
    from SB to Haswell
  • 18% of voters (110)
    from pre-SB to Haswell
  • 9% of voters (53)
    from AMD to Haswell
583 Total Votes  
post #191 of 358
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nanu nanu...
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Ok, I see you can not provide any reasonable arguments and instead you insult. Keep going thumb.gif
what you don't see is that in a way were trying to tell you that your rig would really be solid
but the fact you do not have a SSD is indeed holding your rig back and then your lame reason for not having one is quite humorous.
sorry but it's true.

it makes one wonder how your smart enough to have a potential mean rig but not smart enough to finish it off correctly.
Z77 MPower and then with SSD and SLi your 660's with that 3570K @ 4.4GHz or better and BOOM, your set.

but those who haven't had SSD do not know the boost in system responsiveness so your blind to what you can't see.
post #192 of 358
Does anyone know how cooling is on Haswell? I read some reviews, especially Tom's and... Haswell does not look much if any better than Ivy Bridge. rolleyes.gif
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post #193 of 358
cooling is more or less the same but I have seen reports showing possibly Haswell 1 or 2C hotter in fact.
post #194 of 358
I plan on getting a i7-4770k from a i7-920. Really need to replace everything other than my video card so I'll more than likely just buy a whole new computer and switch to liquid cooling.
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post #195 of 358
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

what you don't see is that in a way were trying to tell you that your rig would really be solid
but the fact you do not have a SSD is indeed holding your rig back and then your lame reason for not having one is quite humorous.
sorry but it's true.

it makes one wonder how your smart enough to have a potential mean rig but not smart enough to finish it off correctly.
Z77 MPower and then with SSD and SLi your 660's with that 3570K @ 4.4GHz or better and BOOM, your set.

but those who haven't had SSD do not know the boost in system responsiveness so your blind to what you can't see.

Ok fine, "BOOM, your set". Set for what exactly ? I had an SSD not long time ago. I returned it in 14 day period, because I decided that for the things Im doing with my pc, its not worth it for the price. Why its not worth it ? I play games. Games that needs to be on normal HDD anyways, because I have a lot of them installed, and I will not be moving the game I want to play to SSD everytime I want to play it. Especially if I switch between games every hour and none of them really suffers from stuttering due to HDD.

Holding my rig back ? In what sense ? In sense that my windows will be faster ? They are fastest when they are freshly installed, and with this speed Im completely satisfied, things I normally do with it is more or less instant (firefox, streaming, music player).

Other things I do is that I format every 14 days. Sometime I even format 5 times a day, I move data on system partition from the beggining to the end, and from the end to the beggining, because of research of system behavior under certaion scenarios etc,. Actions that would cause SSD to be dead soon.

So, I just dont see any reason why I should have SSD. None of the things I do would take advantage of it. After it became standard priced as normal HDD with much more capacity and all disadvantages would be gone, I will get it of course.

About SLI -. It is nice of course, extra performance, but I found that even if Im streaming 720p, this one gpu is enough to keep framerate at 60fps. At least in the games I play.

You know, "solid rig" doesnt really have only one interpretation. It does not necessarily mean an SSD and SLI.

So, now I would be glad if you told me where is ignorance in that ?
Edited by Icydead - 6/2/13 at 10:31am
post #196 of 358
The jump isn't enough for from my 3570k to the 4670k/4770k to matter for me. I my try to pick up a cheap 3770k to do a drop in replacement. I will probably get a haswell laptop this year though.
 
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post #197 of 358
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The ignorance is strong with this one.
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post #198 of 358
Had originally planned some incremental upgrades to the crunch farm. After seeing the benching reports I'll be putting any upgrades on hold and wait for Broadwell to come out. Not enough of performance boost with Haswell for me to warrant the expense.
    
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post #199 of 358
Well there are some extensive benchmarks out now and it looks like going from the 3770k to the 4770k is utterly pointless which makes me happy as I have a 3770k although coming from a first generation i7 or less (or any AMD chip) would be a good upgrade. compared to the 3770k heat seems about the same, overclockability seems about the same which is a let down imo. All in all people who have quite outdated hardware or AMD have a reason to go forward, but I don't think anyone with 2nd or 3rd gen intentel i7s should bother.

It looks like the iGPU is the only thing that is actually significantly better from the 3770k to the 4770k and science knows the people on OCN don't rely on integrated GPUs. lachen.gif
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post #200 of 358
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Well there are some extensive benchmarks out now and it looks like going from the 3770k to the 4770k is utterly pointless which makes me happy as I have a 3770k although coming from a first generation i7 or less (or any AMD chip) would be a good upgrade. compared to the 3770k heat seems about the same, overclockability seems about the same which is a let down imo. All in all people who have quite outdated hardware or AMD have a reason to go forward, but I don't think anyone with 2nd or 3rd gen intentel i7s should bother.

It looks like the iGPU is the only thing that is actually significantly better from the 3770k to the 4770k and science knows the people on OCN don't rely on integrated GPUs. lachen.gif

I wouldn't recommend that just yet, I think it would be a good idea to wait for Steamroller since that would be a drop in upgrade rather than a platform upgrade. If at release steamroller is in bad shape then yeah it might be a good idea to move over, but we have yet to see what the new consoles are going to bring in terms of multithreaded coding.
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