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The pricetag kept me from feeling good about buying an "Extreme Edition" back when I got this 980x, and long after, but it's getting easier and easier as the years go by.

Power consumption looks good on Haswell, and that was Intel's objective I suppose. Still, I don't think I'll bite until they can make an upgrade feel like an upgrade. At this rate, I might be able to hold out until HSA is a reality.
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post #52 of 202
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Silicon lottery.

Friend of mine has a 3570k that passed 12hour prime at 5ghz 1.28v, yet average CPU would be 400 or 500mhz behind it and some are still stuck at something silly like 4.3.

That's like me saying "ha, they don't require 1.23v for 4.6ghz you nub" and posting this: http://i.imgur.com/Ry5dxro.jpg
Oh sure. Having a good chip – like the E1 you have there – is one factor, but knowing to OC properly is also important.

In fact. The CPU I am testing right now was RMA'ed by someone, who complained about the small OC window. I installed in on my test bench and went looking for the roof of it, and it is doing a fabulous job here. This shows me that some people just don't know how to OC properly, or that some of their components suck.
post #53 of 202
I don't know why people are surprised about all this.

Haswell is all about lower power and a better iGPU ... that's it. Additional performance beyond that is trivial. Better CPU performance wasn't the focus of Haswell.
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The cpu may not be enough to upgrade but motherboards this generation are looking really nice.
Motherboards are the only reason i may be upgrading to haswell TBH. CPU, i wouldnt mind getting a 3570k; The motherboards are what has me interested this gen.
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They only made improvements to the backend so expecting SNB-levels of performance was folly. The biggest news here is 1.14v for 4.5Ghz. Contingent upon max vcore, this is great news! Hopefully the VID is the same as IVY at 1.52Ghz, so a Vcore of 1.45 should be the safe limit and I'm thinking 5Ghz+
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They only made improvements to the backend so expecting SNB-levels of performance was folly. The biggest news here is 1.14v for 4.5Ghz. Contingent upon max vcore, this is great news! Hopefully the VID is the same as IVY at 1.52Ghz, so a Vcore of 1.45 should be the safe limit and I'm thinking 5Ghz+
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I don't know why people are surprised about all this.

Haswell is all about lower power and a better iGPU ... that's it. Additional performance beyond that is trivial. Better CPU performance wasn't the focus of Haswell.

What was IVY then? What will IVY-E and Haswell-E be then? Another 2 generations for for High platform with same IPC.
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What was IVY then? What will IVY-E and Haswell-E be then? Another 2 generations for for High platform with same IPC.

Ivy was just a few tweaks and a die shrink. Haswell is just more tweaks of ivy
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Why all test are just done for i5 of haswell and for i7 it's just tested GPU
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Ivy was just a few tweaks and a die shrink. Haswell is just more tweaks of ivy

For the second time in a row, we get 'a few tweaks'. See what people mean?
   
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