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

Sandy > Ivy



Now Ivy > Haswell



Look at the bottom of that picture. That explains what Haswell is all about
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2 reviews of retail silicone doesnt lie

Except one failed at 1.2V @ 3.9 and one was running at 1.14V @ 4.5. So which one is lying?

 

neither.. just folks dont understand how to OC Haswell properly yet.. so these discrepancies will be present for a while.

 

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Except one failed at 1.2V @ 3.9 and one was running at 1.14V @ 4.5. So which one is lying?

Maybe they're not lying and just suck as overclockers wink.gif

 

There are more voltages in HW than IB to adjust.. this means, more to get wrong and limit your OC..

 

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A while ago, friend of mine had to pump in 1.45V into his 2500K or 2600K to get 4 GHz. He even had a custom waterloop, and it wasn't running that hot.
What? I have both the processors you've mentioned in your post, and they only require ~1.23V for a 4.6GHz OC (PLL Overvoltage disabled).

Note: My i5-2500 does @5.2GHz on air and my i7-2600K 5.4GHz with 1.43V so something is wrong there.

p.s. This is why I love to run OS X on my computers, because it is so much more fun!

 

SB and IB are dead. HW eats their hearts out.. out of the box - sure 5-10%.. OC'd potential and performance is much more.

 

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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.

 

Somewhat true.. again, from an "out-of-box" point of view. You have yet to see the true potential of these chips.

 

 

**Wait until Computex.. when you can see all of the 7ghz HW and +4000mhz DDR3 clocks.. then tell me "performance beyond that is trivial" nerdsmiley.png

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**Wait until Computex.. when you can see all of the 7ghz HW and +4000mhz DDR3 clocks.. then tell me "performance beyond that is trivial" 
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Thats the problem CL. A lot of us dont give a crap about LN2 results. We want more performance for air and water.
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**Wait until Computex.. when you can see all of the 7ghz HW and +4000mhz DDR3 clocks.. then tell me "performance beyond that is trivial" 
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Thats the problem CL. A lot of us dont give a crap about LN2 results. We want more performance for air and water.

 

 *my chip on air at 4.8ghz.. vcore needed to do so with 4c/4t = .997v real

 

 this is more with less clock & volt.. much more..you cant touch the latency or bandwidth on SB or IB


Edited by CL3P20 - 5/25/13 at 7:33am
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I concur. I have zero interest for LN2 results when those cannot be used for 24/7. About 5,5GHz on air would be worth an upgrade from my Sandy.
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I thought CL was under NDA, how are you giving us all this infos?
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Ive not stated anything that hasnt been posted publicly by other sources already. There are screen pics on this forum of +3300mhz RAM on HW on air.. and I am sure the HW valids are still floating in space somwhere [after the expose on the bot/CPUz]..so its not that difficult for others to verify things like vcore, clock speeds and IMC speeds from previous posts/leaks.

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Yea 2500K keep on chuggin on! I'll upgrade next round lol.
   
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