Originally Posted by BizzareRide
Seems there is a combination of heat density and contact pressure that's keeping these from being cooler when overclocked. I'm certain the ability to dissipate heat will be much better if Intel made their 6 to 8-core parts using 22nm.
Heat density would be similar with these parts.
Originally Posted by RKTGX95
So essentially Sandy and Ivy owners have nothing to worry about?
Not sure how a new part not beating an old one significantly is good for anyone...
Originally Posted by Vesku
So when the retail leaks started hitting there were several claims of "you'll be pleasantly surprised with OCing Haswell, we just can't talk about it until NDA is up."
OK, NDA is up so let's see some positive OC information. Hope it's not a flood of de-lidding how-tos.
So far OCing seems to be on par with Ivy, which is at least better than rumors of not being able to OC much at all.