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i dont care what people said before. but this year the next gen consoles will come out with games optimized for more then 4 cores. and even today you see people with say an i7 950 which came out 4 years ago just doing fine. so you can asume these first 8 cores doing just fine for the first few years

That's because the Core i7 offered extremely high single core performance, and overclocked fairly high as well.
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One thing that's being overlooked is the thermal limits.
Even if STOCK were to supposedly run at 100c, who says it isn't "normal" for it to do so?
I know that's extremely hot - but if its thermal limit is say...160c - then surely that's no longer a problem?
I'm just guessing - a bit like the source in the OP IMO.
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Originally Posted by driftingforlife View Post

2 Things.

1st ITS AN ES, wait for the retail reviews.

2nd The VRMs are NOT on the CPU, they are still on the motherboard, it is the Voltage Controller that is now on-die.
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The motherboard VRMs just drop the voltage down to 1.8-2.3V whereas the CPU iVRM is the actual VRM down to the core Voltage
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Yea, I derped, it was early morning tongue.gif
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Wouldn't load in Google translate, but original did. Clicked on "Source" in that article to get a multi page rave that wouldn't load in Google either. Anyway, couple of vaguely interesting bits...
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Recently, the site received a full retail version of Haswell i7-4770K processor, I believe that a lot of users want to know i7-4770K engineering model can have such a performance in the air-cooled overclocking, and what will be the performance of that official retail version? The retail version of the heat better than the engineering model? Here the author will show the full retail version of Haswell i7-4770K processor air-cooled overclocking performance.
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Intel's next generation CPU product will be released in early June, as a fourth-generation the cool wisdom processor core code "Haswell" Intel has always insisted on the Tick-Tock alternate strategy mode, upcoming debut Haswell processor is the part Tock , that is the update of the architecture, in other words Haswell processor will follow the 22nm manufacturing process technology. In excess processor performance and DIY industry downturn, Haswell processor can bring some surprises? In order to test the original intention, we obtained through special channels engineering model of an Intel Core i7-4770K, send you the most real and most detailed performance test.
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Our hands of this Intel Core i7-4770K engineering model is C0 stepping, stepping is consistent with the official version of the final release retail, so this basic test scores can restore the the final true performance for Intel Core i7-4770K. To a reference ratio, in particular the use of the flagship model of the previous generation Ivy - Intel Core i7-3770K as a contrast material, the overall performance of this new generation of Intel processors interested friends please continue to focus on below. http://www.chinadiy.com.cn/html/42/n-9142.html
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First of all, just because Haswell runs hot it doesn't mean it can't be cooled down! Old Ivy Bridge CPUs had the IHS a little too far from the die and that led to minimal difference between aircooling and watercooling temps. When they finally fixed it watercooling did much more on it. So as long as Haswell isn't hot due to such a defect, we will be able to cool it down.

It's all about the heat transfer between die --> IHS --> cooler. It will always be a bottleneck, but if it's less of it than early Ivy Bridge it will actually utilize watercooling with moar rads.

Secondly, why is everyone ranting about the iGPU messing with the temps? You can disable it, period.
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First of all, just because Haswell runs hot it doesn't mean it can't be cooled down! Old Ivy Bridge CPUs had the IHS a little too far from the die and that led to minimal difference between aircooling and watercooling temps. When they finally fixed it watercooling did much more on it. So as long as Haswell isn't hot due to such a defect, we will be able to cool it down.

It's all about the heat transfer between die --> IHS --> cooler. It will always be a bottleneck, but if it's less of it than early Ivy Bridge it will actually utilize watercooling with moar rads.

Secondly, why is everyone ranting about the iGPU messing with the temps? You can disable it, period.

You can indeed disable it - but at STOCK it isn't disabled, + other users, unlike us over at OCN, might not know how to disable iGPU.
Also there are PC's, like my mum's that RUN on the iGPU, as there's no need for a dedicated GPU.
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You can indeed disable it - but at STOCK it isn't disabled, + other users, unlike us over at OCN, might not know how to disable iGPU.
Also there are PC's, like my mum's that RUN on the iGPU, as there's no need for a dedicated GPU.

Well I'm 100% sure that as long as everything is set to the default setting, these CPUs won't give any trouble to such people.

Intel would never release a chip that's problematic on default settings. I think you guys need to revise your mindset.
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Well I'm 100% sure that as long as everything is set to the default setting, these CPUs won't give any trouble to such people.

Intel would never release a chip that's problematic on default settings. I think you guys need to revise your mindset.

True...although....they could have done a better job with IB wink.gif
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Well I'm 100% sure that as long as everything is set to the default setting, these CPUs won't give any trouble to such people.

Intel would never release a chip that's problematic on default settings. I think you guys need to revise your mindset.

They over clocked it 3.9. None of us will be using the stock cooler anyway. Most will be delidding day 1
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