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Just curious, what do you do that takes advantage of the 10 cores? What's the appeal to you personally?

gaming will soon. also helps for benches and e-peen ofc
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Just curious, what do you do that takes advantage of the 10 cores? What's the appeal to you personally?

Nothing. I'd just like to see amd make a comeback. Right now clock for clock the 8350 is almost 18% slower then a 3770K. You add 2 more cores and it's almost 6% ahead in things multithreaded. Haswell is going to suck. Reviews have already shown a 5-7% increase along with a new heat issue. Ok that's fine. IF amd could increase IPC by even 10% with steamroller and add another module making 10 cores it should beat a 4770K in everything multithreaded.

I toyed with the idea of going amd but the 8350 is a good chunk slower in gaming then my 4.6ghz bloomfield so it would be a downgrade. Make a great product amd so i could buy it.
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gaming will soon. also helps for benches and e-peen ofc

keep on reading these "soon" "future" commments. by the time games will be that heavy threaded, you won't be using today's cpu anyway.
bulldozer was a "future" cpu, what happened to it? it failed, miserably.

consumers buy a PC to use right now, not for the future.
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Just curious, what do you do that takes advantage of the 10 cores? What's the appeal to you personally?
I'd rather have a cool running chip? :/
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I think that you hit the nail on the head about them pushing the IGP to fast, Here is a link to another site http://www.itocp.com/htmls/33/n-4533-5.html that used the ES chips which base clock is 100mhz less and provided power and temp information. Notice the power that the 4600 draws in Furmark as compared to the IB. I think this along with putting the power on the chip was to much to fast. Hope that is not the case when it is officially released.


Actually I hope that is the case, because I doubt anyone here cares about the iGPU and will disable it anyway, hopefully bringing the heat issue back under control.

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Actually I hope that is the case, because I doubt anyone here cares about the iGPU and will disable it anyway, hopefully bringing the heat issue back under control.

That's what I'm thinking. Wouldn't disabling it lower the heat?
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Actually I hope that is the case, because I doubt anyone here cares about the iGPU and will disable it anyway, hopefully bringing the heat issue back under control.

I'm still peeved we dont get the HD 5200 or whatever the top end igp is with the 4770K
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I'm still peeved we dont get the HD 5200 or whatever the top end igp is with the 4770K

personally I'd take an i7 model without an igpu if it helps at all with temp or oc potential. just sucks that these chips are likely gonna be hot running, so-so clockers like ivy. the Z87 motherboards look great, but they look like a whole lot of wasted effort with a cpu like this.
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personally I'd take an i7 model without an igpu if it helps at all with temp or oc potential. just sucks that these chips are likely gonna be hot running, so-so clockers like ivy. the Z87 motherboards look great, but they look like a whole lot of wasted effort with a cpu like this.

I feel disgusted over haswell but i have a feeling delidded it will do great. I just want 4.8-5Ghz with some nice 2666 memory. I would keep my bloomfield but it hates anything over 1600 memory and after having ivy with 2400 memory it spoiled me.
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Jesus, it takes 2seconds to look at the source.

They didn't IBT the cpu with stock HSF @ 5.1ghz.


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'i7-4770K official version of the the radiator full load (CPU voltage AUTO), the actual voltage is 1.2V, full of IntelBurnTest the pager less than 20 seconds, the core temperature has easily exceed 100 ° C , Intel original radiator fan working at full speed will not be able to suppress high temperature, the CPU appears the phenomenon of high-temperature reduced frequency, clocked at 3.9GHz down to 3.6GHz. '

So yes, upon actually looking at the article - 1.2v from a multimeter at 3.9ghz on 100% load with stock HSF = 100deg.

It didn't even make it to 4.0ghz. The cpu ended up downclocking to 3.6ghz.
Sad. My SB 2500k makes it to 4.5ghz on stock cooling @ 87C IBT
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