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My reason for saying $199 is, that this chip really has nothing going for it.
Who is going to buy it at $270+? It would make sense to buy a 8350 and overclock it.

Also looking at amd's aggressive pricing, I think closer to $200 it is going to be. Seeing as they released a 6800k @ $149.99

It will be priced higher than 8350, that's for sure.
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It will be priced higher than 8350, that's for sure.

I saw the 8350 priced at $180 on a site and some how thought the priced dropped.

My bad
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I saw the 8350 priced at $180 on a site and some how thought the priced dropped.

My bad

8350 now gets torched by the 4670K so it'll be getting a price drop
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A shame that Piledriver/Richland would have to hold out for another 6 months before Steamroller/Kaveri comes in...
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Except one chip is at a stock frequency/voltage that isn't going to give much overclocking headroom, and the other one has the sky as the limit. And yet they are still close according to his prediction.

See how that can be twisted any way?

if with sky you mean 90c at 1.2v then yea youre right
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if with sky you mean 90c at 1.2v then yea youre right

You dare to attack the voltage and heat output of 4770k? Lol, are you serious? Why don't you compare that to fx9000?
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You dare to attack the voltage and heat output of 4770k? Lol, are you serious? Why don't you compare that to fx9000?


It's all about the TIM under the IHS. Do you really think haswell puts out that much heat? The die just cant transfer it to the IHS correctly

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So where are all you TDP haters in the Haswell threads? Why aren't you complaining that Haswell, specifically the K models, should have been released with a higher TDP? Have you seen the temps those CPUs are reaching? Seems some people just want to complain about AMD no matter what.
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It's all about the TIM under the IHS. Do you really think haswell puts out that much heat? The die just cant transfer it to the IHS correctly

Has that been proven? I can't remember if it was or not. I do remember reading about the tri gate transistors having something to do with it though,
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Has that been proven? I can't remember if it was or not. I do remember reading about the tri gate transistors having something to do with it though,

Delidded ivy owners see a 30C temp reduction adding liquid metal in place of intel's TIM. Speaks volume's to the problem
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