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Timetolivecustoms hit 4.9ghz @ 1.26v stable.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-NeBKtl6l0 13.15 mark in the video.
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Here's HardOCP after 2 weeks with Haswell:

"From the hardware enthusiast perspective it is going to be very interesting to see what retail purchased processors give us clock-wise in the wild. With Sandy Bridge and to a lesser extent Ivy Bridge, you could pretty much go buy that 2600K or 3770K processor and know you are going to bang out a solid 4.6 or 4.7GHz without a terribly expensive cooling solution on a decently priced motherboard. With everything I am hearing now about Haswell, 4.6GHz is sounding kind of dicey without less than $100 invested in a cooling system. If you purchase a Haswell and overclock it and find out 4.4GHz is pushing it for your particular processor, well then your gains from Haswell's superior IPC will be lessening quickly."

Anandtech recommended upgrading from Sandybridge, rofl. Haswell is certainly not bad but so far it's more of a "if you are still on Core2 or Nehalem this might just be enough for you to upgrade."
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post #43 of 858
Anyone see any reason why I should upgrade from my 2600K?
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We’re going to have to accept that Haswell-based parts get hotter, faster, it sounds like, and that they might fall a few hundred megahertz short of comparable Ivy Bridge-based parts with conventional cooling methods. It’s a good thing, then, that the architecture is inherently faster to help compensate.

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post #45 of 858
No... Haswell offers no compelling reason to upgrade over an Ivy or Sandy. In fact it offers less reason to upgrade a Sandy than Ivy did. At least with Ivy you got to use the same motherboard, Haswell means a new board as well as chip, just not worth it for the minor bump you might see.
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

Whats sad is not the minimalistic performance enhancements. Its the fact that we are set for the future with these weak CPU. We already know IVY-E, Haswell-E performance and its not good and one is at least 1-2 years away.

You know what I'm hoping ? That Intel goes back to releasing the enthusiast platform first, like they did with Nehalem, so in this case they would release IB-e as planned, but then skip Haswell-e altogether as it's getting too predictable, and go straight to releasing Broadwell-e first.
 
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Here's HardOCP after 2 weeks with Haswell:

"From the hardware enthusiast perspective it is going to be very interesting to see what retail purchased processors give us clock-wise in the wild. With Sandy Bridge and to a lesser extent Ivy Bridge, you could pretty much go buy that 2600K or 3770K processor and know you are going to bang out a solid 4.6 or 4.7GHz without a terribly expensive cooling solution on a decently priced motherboard. With everything I am hearing now about Haswell, 4.6GHz is sounding kind of dicey without less than $100 invested in a cooling system. If you purchase a Haswell and overclock it and find out 4.4GHz is pushing it for your particular processor, well then your gains from Haswell's superior IPC will be lessening quickly."

Anandtech recommended upgrading from Sandybridge, rofl. Haswell is certainly not bad but so far it's more of a "if you are still on Core2 or Nehalem this might just be enough for you to upgrade."
HardOCP using a Koolance Exos775.
4.5GHz -> Mid 60s

PCPer was sticking with a H100i, but doesn't show voltages on theirs.
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Processors/Haswell-Review-Intel-Core-i7-4770K-Performance-and-Architecture/Integrated-Voltag
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i was really hoping to see them fix the tim problem. guess ill wait to see what IVB-E brings to the table.
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From looking at these results going from good Sandy or Ivy @ 4,6-5GHz to Haswell may be actually downgrade because it's not overclocking that good. rolleyes.gif
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post #50 of 858
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i was really hoping to see them fix the tim problem. guess ill wait to see what IVB-E brings to the table.
As someone mentioned earlier; it's not, in their eyes, a "problem". Therefore, there is nothing for them to "fix". In other words, don't expect anything to change next generation.
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