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All the preliminary gloom around the haswell is disconcerting, but I'll wait and see. I was hoping the improvement would be significant enough to warrant a bump up to the 4770k from my 3570k, but maybe I will just hold off and save my pennies for the Ivy-E instead. I got lucky with my 3570k it seems. I've been running at 4.5ghz 24/7 for almost 8 months at 1.25v without a hick-up. Also been able to get it stable enough to run cinebench 11.5 at 5ghz with 1.45v. This is all with a pretty small closed loop water set-up (temps did get a bit toasty running prime at 5ghz, though).
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Edited by Fulvin - 5/18/13 at 2:37pm
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Originally Posted by 03threefiftyz View Post

All the preliminary gloom around the haswell is disconcerting, but I'll wait and see. I was hoping the improvement would be significant enough to warrant a bump up to the 4770k from my 3570k, but maybe I will just hold off and save my pennies for the Ivy-E instead. I got lucky with my 3570k it seems. I've been running at 4.5ghz 24/7 for almost 8 months at 1.25v without a hick-up. Also been able to get it stable enough to run cinebench 11.5 at 5ghz with 1.45v. This is all with a pretty small closed loop water set-up (temps did get a bit toasty running prime at 5ghz, though).

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