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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.

hmm... 3930K for $200 to put on my Rampage IV Gene or sell the mobo and buy Haswell stuff. decisions decisions...
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so basically even if you still have a 2500K @ 4.5GHz or higher (if not then turn it up) or i7-2600 with same clocks or higher
there is still no need for Haswell performance wise. the move to Haswell is basically for techie-entertainment purposes.
for IB runners no need to even look @ Haswell.

hmm, next years Radeon vs nVidia battle will be much more thrilling.
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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!

He had a fairly decent mobo, so my guess is that he got really unlucky and ended up with a CPU that barely made the cut.
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Intel is might be about to pull a bulldoooozzzzzzzzz---er
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Intel is might be about to pull a bulldoooozzzzzzzzz---er


hahahhahahhaha yeah
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so basically even if you still have a 2500K @ 4.5GHz or higher (if not then turn it up) or i7-2600 with same clocks or higher
there is still no need for Haswell performance wise. the move to Haswell is basically for techie-entertainment purposes.
for IB runners no need to even look @ Haswell.

hmm, next years Radeon vs nVidia battle will be much more thrilling.

Let's hope so! The current "battle" is rather boring.
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Look at the bottom of that picture. That explains what Haswell is all about

Bulldozer was also about a lot of things. But it didn't deliver.

Performance. That's what I want to see. They could have put unicorns in there, but if the improvement isn't worth it or substantial, then it's worthless.

Yet it seems I will keep, for one more generation, my Phenom. I guess the itch to upgrade will be itching for a bit more time.
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hahahhahahhaha yeah

Dude, that laugh was a bit disturbing poke.gif
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 *my chip on air at 4.8ghz.. vcore needed to do so with 4c/4t = .997v real

Sorry, but I'm not buying 4.8 at less than 1V. There is no reason why it would be so much lower than Ivy.

As an aside to that, is there any way to verify Vcore with a DMM on Haswell? I'd think having that final voltage control done on chip would prevent direct measurement.

Correction: I don't know of any reason why the voltage requirements would suddenly be 30% lower on the same node and process, but if someone has a compelling reason I'd love to hear it. I don't see the iVR making that much difference.
Edited by Forceman - 5/25/13 at 12:25pm
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 *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

Please be true and not hype from winning the silicon lottery.
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Computex OC Stage is going to be amazing this year. Sure there will be LN testing, but 3d is pretty intesive stuff, more so than 2d benchies which is what most reviews have shown thus far on HW. Those that doubt what they have seen to date will have a chance to see actual vcores from new version CPUZ and what it takes to push clocks at said voltages using something a bit more taxing than SPi32m.
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