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sign me up for 20 of them:D
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Now wait for a delidded i7-4770R then you'll get more :-)
The R series is BGA, no delid required. Sorry to burst your bubble.
post #193 of 298
This is good news for my 2500K. What a solid investment.
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This is good news for my 2500K. What a solid investment.
what you just got it yesterday.? tongue.gif
post #195 of 298
Haha no, but considering it's price/age, it does seem to keep up with the newer processors pretty well and with the money I save, I will prob go all out on a broadwell build. biggrin.gif
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Hyper evo is copper from what iread this one is stainless huge difference

It uses 6 copper heatpipes. The only stainless steel part about it is the fins. In any case, it is significantly better than the stock cooler no matter how you look at it.

And 2200 RPM on a 120mm fan is a lot of airflow, not to mention quite noisy.
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Just stop expecting amazing things coming from intel because the days of 20% are over.

This. I reckon if they released their CPUs every couple of years, perhaps 20% could be achievable.
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Ok, no more 20% but haswell it`s not even 5% mad.gif
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Ok, no more 20% but haswell it`s not even 5% mad.gif
But you should be able to OC using the baseclock, eliminating the need to buy a "k" series. So while it might not make sense to upgrade from current 2500k/3570k or 2600k/2700k/3770k, it would still be worthwhile for others wanting to pick up a cheap CPU to OC for fun. Unless the rumors are not true about the bclk....
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But you should be able to OC using the baseclock, eliminating the need to buy a "k" series. So while it might not make sense to upgrade from current 2500k/3570k or 2600k/2700k/3770k, it would still be worthwhile for others wanting to pick up a cheap CPU to OC for fun. Unless the rumors are not true about the bclk....

Eric they came out nd said the straps will only work with the K model chips
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