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not great, but good enough....

Intel, give me an 1155 board with a z87 chipset....NEED MOAR SATA 6GBPS ports biggrin.gif
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post #332 of 858
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Talking about NDA release, not what OEMs have in their unreleased inventory. Please know what is being referenced.

NDA up on mobile Haswell? Haswell notebooks available for purchase before these K CPUs and their Z87 motherboards?

See from my partially quoted comment: "and had the NDA lift on a Saturday (no mainstream coverage). "

What on gods green earth are you talking about? It was made public that Intel released to OEMs the first week of April. Who cares about an NDA? An NDA on the K series has nothing to do with the fact that Intel released to OEMs almost two months ago.

You are literally trying to base the foundation of your argument, that Intel is playing some "Games", around Intel leading their launch with the K series. When it is fact that they didn't lead the launch with the K series, but with the non-K and mobile variants back in April, almost 2 months ago!

How can you sit and say "Intel is playing games because........K series first!", when that couldn't be the farthest from the truth?

Seriously!
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Hardware heaven got theirs up to 5.4 GHz?
On a H100 with 1.45v. Then you have TPU which only managed 4.2GHz. Something's pretty fishy here.
post #334 of 858
Not much of an upgrade for desktop Ivy Bridge users. Hell my locked 3770 can easily do 4.5ghz 24/7 with 1.125v

But the improved power consumption and hopefully GT3 performs significantly better than GT2, will make this worthwhile in lappies.

I'd imagine another hour or two for the battery life, plus maybe 75% increase for gaming benchmarks with GT3 variants biggrin.gif
 
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Relax guys. There's still Ivy Bridge-E.
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Why are so many people with IB and SB processors complaing about the performance increase or lack thereof? Shouldn't you be glad the product you bought 1 or 2 years ago is still relevant?

The way I see it this is a great upgrade for me coming from bloomfield. My motherboard can't do sata 3 ssd speeds, only sata 2. Has no internal usb 3.0 header and this chip runs hotter than any of the chips that have came out since. No pci-e 3.0 on my board either making it somewhat silly to buy a gtx 670 or higher card right now until I upgrade.

Maybe intel doesn't release products that need to be upgraded every single year? I can't believe how much its bothering people that they now don't have to spend $300 this year to upgrade....I understand we all want the fastest stuff available and advances in technology are great. The way I see it intel has nothing to really push for.. its not like amd's chips are really going punch for punch with intel's so they can afford not to release stuff that is astromonically better then the previous.

I mean if you are already ahead in a marathon.. would you spend more energry getting farther ahead or keep the same pace?

Heh, so true.

I'd love it if they never came out with faster processors, faster GPUs, etc..

That way I don't have to waste money buying new parts.
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Man the more I read the review the more I'm worried.

I've got a h220 on it's way, ready to upgrade from an amd phenom 2 and wonder if I grab a 3770k or a 4770k for best max oc results

"Luck of the Draw?
From all the feedback that I am getting through motherboard makers about Haswell overclocking, the basic thread at this time in terms of getting "high overclocks" seems to be, "You need to have a good CPU." ASUS has tested a couple hundred Haswell processors at this time and this is ASUS’ specific feedback from that overclock testing.

70% of CPUs can clock to 4.5GHz
30% of CPUs can clock to 4.6GHz
20% of CPUs can clock to 4.7GHz
10% of CPUs can to 4.8GHz
Overall you will find most CPUs capable of reaching 44x to 45x with varying levels of voltage."

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/01/intel_haswell_i74770k_ipc_overclocking_review/6#.UarkJUAifh4

I don't want to be stuck with a 4.4-4.5 Max oc when I got a 150$ cooler with it, that would be so lame considering I saw many many ivy go to 5ghz... What to do? Money isn't much a problem but performance is.
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Full TPU review of i7-4770K is out: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Core_i7-4770K_Haswell/
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Temperatures—the well-known culprit of Ivy Bridge chips. We were anxious to find out if Intel solved this problem with the Haswell series, which thankfully seems to be the case.

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Man the more I read the review the more I'm worried.

I've got a h220 on it's way, ready to upgrade from an amd phenom 2 and wonder if I grab a 3770k or a 4770k for best max oc results

"Luck of the Draw?
From all the feedback that I am getting through motherboard makers about Haswell overclocking, the basic thread at this time in terms of getting "high overclocks" seems to be, "You need to have a good CPU." ASUS has tested a couple hundred Haswell processors at this time and this is ASUS’ specific feedback from that overclock testing.

70% of CPUs can clock to 4.5GHz
30% of CPUs can clock to 4.6GHz
20% of CPUs can clock to 4.7GHz
10% of CPUs can to 4.8GHz
Overall you will find most CPUs capable of reaching 44x to 45x with varying levels of voltage."

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/01/intel_haswell_i74770k_ipc_overclocking_review/6#.UarkJUAifh4

I don't want to be stuck with a 4.4-4.5 Max oc when I got a 150$ cooler with it, that would be so lame considering I saw many many ivy go to 5ghz... What to do? Money isn't much a problem but performance is.

You are forgetting the IPC improvement over Ivy, which was about the same as Ivy over Sandy. A rough idea for you....

4.8Ghz Sandy = 4.6Ghz Ivy = 4.4Ghz Haswell.

(Hold off on the flame throwers guys, I am more illustrating a point than carving fact into stone)

What I am getting at is it isn't all about clock speed, but what you do with it.
    
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