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Originally Posted by Otterclock View Post

imo may as well go for a 4770k if you're gonna be in for a new mobo anyway, unless the extra $30 is an issue.

Definitely check local prices before making a decision.

For me, there's around a 100USD price discrepancy between IB+Mobo and Haswell+Mobo (for mid-tier Z87 boards).
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104c on Noctua wheee.gif

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/asus_sabertooth_z87_review,9.html

 

 

Reasonably high voltage though.  Sounds like 1.35V is where the temps really take off (not that they weren't already flying, of course).

 

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Originally Posted by Chunin View Post

Fk Noctua, 104C with 1.03V... ?

It was 1.375V.

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Definitely check local prices before making a decision.

For me, there's around a 100USD price discrepancy between IB+Mobo and Haswell+Mobo (for mid-tier Z87 boards).

I second that. Local pricing just landed and it just put the nail in the coffin for any hope of upgrading. 4770k is at R4500 ($450) and as example Asus Z87-Pro R3500 ($350). I can grab a 3770k and get a second 7950 for Xfire for less than a Haswell setup axesmiley.png
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post #484 of 858
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I second that. Local pricing just landed and it just put the nail in the coffin for any hope of upgrading. 4770k is at R4500 ($450) and as example Asus Z87-Pro R3500 ($350). I can grab a 3770k and get a second 7950 for Xfire for less than a Haswell setup axesmiley.png

I'm looking at your alt.sanity rig and am wondering what you would hope to gain with an upgrade to haswell and a new mobo? Maybe you want more cores, if so, 3770k is definitely your path of least resistance.
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I'm looking at your alt.sanity rig and am wondering what you would hope to gain with an upgrade to haswell and a new mobo? Maybe you want more cores, if so, 3770k is definitely your path of least resistance.

Was looking for more cores but mainly it is to pass on the old CPU and mobo for a second rig with all the spare parts I have lying around. I figured I would wait to see if Haswell was worth jumping to over Ivy (which is a nope). Now I'm waiting for a clearance sale to snatch up Ivy biggrin.gif some good deals have started appearing
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Insane, the 4770K has a price tag of 476 USD. Goodbye intel, hello AMD
Edited by thomjak - 6/3/13 at 4:09am
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So essentially Sandy and Ivy owners have nothing to worry about? little deja vu here rolleyes.gif

Pretty much. This is what I've been hearing from all my inside sources for months now, and have basically been saying here. If you have a 1st gen i7, then it's worth the upgrade. If you have a 2nd gen i7, then it might be worth it if you want USB 3.0, PCIe 3.0 and SATA 6.0, if you have a 3rd gen i7, don't even bother ... you can get 95% as good for 75% of the cost.
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Insane, the 4770K has a price tag of 476 USD. Goodbye intel, hello AMD
still a step backwards...

Haswell
not liking the temps dude...
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f you have a 2nd gen i7, then it might be worth it

Excluding X79 from this Formula
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Well since I am upgrading from an AMD Phenom II 965be, I have taken the plunge and ordered Haswell
the motherboard is pre-order so may take a week or so to get here, will report back once i have it all up and running

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