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post #211 of 298
Meh I don't think its worth it over Ivy bridge, especially for users who have delided theirs anyhow they should have shoved more cores into the mainstream platform by now, its been quad cores for too long now.
post #212 of 298
Is Intel for real with this? I have been waiting on real reviews, and while these Chinese sites are sketchy, I just don't understand why they all seem to be reaching the same conclusion with Haswell...that being rather underwhelming. I really hope the real reviews come in with much better results than these. Here's to hoping that Haswell isn't a lame duck from Intel, because if it is...I better snatch up a new Ivy chip before they go EOL.
post #213 of 298
Well I'm certainly not complaining about SB being a significant increase. Intel really dropped the ball if that review is accurate. This gives AMD a chance to close the gap with the steamroller cores, which would be good for everyone.
post #214 of 298
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Cant remember where i read it but It said that Intel will be using None-soldered IHS (cheap tim in other words) on all future cpus, probably to save money.

While i would rather have soldered IHS there was also some conclusions at least that it wasn't just intel's TIM but also the gap produced by the "glue" used. Reducing that gap is apparently a large part of the reason for largely decreased temps due to delidding.

http://forums.anandtech.com/showpost.php?p=34053183&postcount=570

Still i agree i would like something better. I've never delidded a chip before and it would make me a little uneasy doing so.

As for the leaked results i felt like this would happen. From what i understood Haswell was to benefit from increased overclockability and the obvious strides in IGP. I guess we'll actually see when reviews come out.
Edited by Blackops_2 - 5/12/13 at 1:39am
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I was so looking forward to upgrading from 920 to 4770K. Now I'm totally confused about what CPU to buy.. 3770K or 4770K. Nice job, Intel.
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Eric they came out nd said the straps will only work with the K model chips

Really? doh.gif
   
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I was so looking forward to upgrading from 920 to 4770K. Now I'm totally confused about what CPU to buy.. 3770K or 4770K. Nice job, Intel.

I really doubt the 4770K will end up being worse than a 3770K. It may not end up much better, but it won't be worse. I mean, what are they going to do, not use TIM at all?
post #218 of 298
Till now, according to this Chinese review clock to clock performance gain in games is ~1% so basically it`s IVY with a better IGP, i`m still waiting for official reviews and still hoping that it will overclock beastly but somehow i doubt it.
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But it does look like the bclk will not be what it was with 1366 Nehalem/Bloomfield, but rather a selectable divider much like SB-e. I was hoping for full control...
You will have full control in steps of 1 MHz – up to 200 MHz – with a fully unlocked (K) processor. Or maybe I should say "can" because in reality the only limiting factor is UEFI feature support, which can limit/reduce the stuff what you can and can't do.

There are also up to 7 OC bins for unlocked processor models. Just like Sandy and Ivy Bridge models support right now. Again. The only limiting factor is the UEFI where someone can say STOP and write a 0 in a certain MSR and then NO GO. Then they let you pay extra for a so called OC board and surprise surprise. Now the restriction is lifted. The pre-selections menu might even be gone, but now you are in full control. This enabled the motherboard manufacturers to make a little extra money. Nobody will admit it, of course, but that's the way things are.

And to give you an idea: Here I have a menu with 100 MHz (the default), 125 MHz and 167 MHz to select from, and below that there is a -/+ sign plus input field where I can change the pre-selected value (5~7% up/down).

Also. What people here seem to be missing is the hugely improved memory OC ability with support for up to almost 3 GHz. For me and my G.Skill 2800 MHz DDR3 modules, this is where most of the gain comes from. DDR3 OC heaven!
post #220 of 298
When all is said and done, and hypothetically Haswell is within ~1% performance of IB as these reviews seem to indicate. Is there a reason to choose the Z87 platform over the Z77 platform? Has there been a general feature spreadsheet made to show advantages of the newer chipset?
    
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