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post #141 of 202
4670K + SSD = win..
post #142 of 202
Very few people will see the small performance gain haswell is bringing. I would highly suggest if people are behind on upgrades to just buy sandy bridge for dirt cheap and save their money till intel actually releases something worthwhile (probably 2015 with broadwell) or steamroller.
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Lolz at all the skepticism. You guys aint even begun to see benchies or OC potential, yet seem to have all the info!
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Lolz at all the skepticism. You guys aint even begun to see benchies or OC potential, yet seem to have all the info!

Post some benches and OC potential, and help change people's minds. thumb.gif
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I'd like to ask everyone's opinion. If I had to choose between:

1. 4670k + SSD
or
2. 4770k but no SSD

which do you think would be the better choice for gaming? (I'll be using this CPU over the next 3 years.)

I'd go option 1 as well
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Lolz at all the skepticism. You guys aint even begun to see benchies or OC potential, yet seem to have all the info!

Post some benches and OC potential, and help change people's minds. thumb.gif

Soon we will be allowed to!
post #147 of 202
Could the better ocing/voltage be attributed to the on chip voltage regulators; due to shorter traces to die?
post #148 of 202
In Haswell, there is i7-4770K but in Broadwell, there will be ... what? An i7-5770K? I'm confused with Haswell and Broadwell.
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what competition ?

Their competing with them self's, with EOL cpu's.

AMD doesn't compete in synthetic benchmarks and games, outside of that they compete very well considering the FX-8320 matches/beats the i5 3570k and FX-8350 sometimes catches up to the i7 3770k.
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Lolz at all the skepticism. You guys aint even begun to see benchies or OC potential, yet seem to have all the info!

The rumours alone are enough to make me consider upgrading. People seem to forget that even if it did have equal IPC to IB, but OCed like SB it'd still be around a 10% increase unless you got a great IB.
    
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The rumours alone are enough to make me consider upgrading. People seem to forget that even if it did have equal IPC to IB, but OCed like SB it'd still be around a 10% increase unless you got a great IB.

Delid your IB, and save $200-$300 on the CPU, and $200-$400 on a new mobo.

That's a risk I'm willing to take if it saves me that much money.

Haswell has a relatively tiny performance boost over IB, compared to IB to SB, and especially SB to old school Nehalem. Each time that performance increase, decreases, means there's less of a reason to upgrade to, unless if you're jumping over three or more generations.
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