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I agree, if I still had this I wouldn't even consider up/side grading. My sig is my old rig, sold it to mate a while back. Getting back from OS soon and looking at building a new rig and cant decide on getting another 3770K, 4770K, or moving to a Sandy-E....

Wait for Sandy-bridge E to drop it's price.

actually just noticed you're in Australia...hmmm so obviously no Microcenters there frown.gif Seen them for $400 bucks at MC last Black Friday sale. Will probably drop prices soon to clear out the inventory once 4930k comes through.
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post #502 of 858
Good to know my Sandy is still running strong. =)
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I agree, if I still had this I wouldn't even consider up/side grading. My sig is my old rig, sold it to mate a while back. Getting back from OS soon and looking at building a new rig and cant decide on getting another 3770K, 4770K, or moving to a Sandy-E....

From most reviews it seems safe to assume a 4.5ghz-4.8ghz on a high end air or AIO cooler in the mid 70s. Some may be better some may be worse.
I'm assuming a revision may come out to fix this issue as the temps are higher than they should be for retail.
    
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From most reviews it seems safe to assume a 4.5ghz-4.8ghz on a high end air or AIO cooler in the mid 70s. Some may be better some may be worse.
I'm assuming a revision may come out to fix this issue as the temps are higher than they should be for retail.

Like the new revision of ivy bridge that fixed the temps ? tongue.gif
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post #505 of 858
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Wait for Sandy-bridge E to drop it's price.

actually just noticed you're in Australia...hmmm so obviously no Microcenters there frown.gif Seen them for $400 bucks at MC last Black Friday sale. Will probably drop prices soon to clear out the inventory once 4930k comes through.

That's what I was thinking, 3930K is $615 AUD atm and can upgrade to Ivy-E down the track without have to get a new mobo.

Will also wait to see how the Haswell's go once delidded thumb.gif
post #506 of 858
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I agree, if I still had this I wouldn't even consider up/side grading. My sig is my old rig, sold it to mate a while back. Getting back from OS soon and looking at building a new rig and cant decide on getting another 3770K, 4770K, or moving to a Sandy-E....

Then it's up to you to value the pros & cons. 3770k 1155 platform is as of now non upgradable, so if you're going like me from a older platform, maybe you should get a 4770k. Pro could be that 1150 is going to be the chipset used for Broadwell, and the mobo's manufacturers have stepped up big time in light of Intel trolling. Maybe new revs will iron Haswell defficiencies biggrin.gif

Cons have been sooo commented it doesn't warrant another comment. Sandy-E 2011 platform is going to be good for Ivy-E, so you have that too; Quad Channel memory, moar cores & threads and those processors don't get so depreciated as their mainstream cousins, so you can get a higher resell value than if you go 4770k+Haswell and pray that Broadwell will be a true upgrade. I would probably go for 2011+SB-E and wait for Ivy-E if it was my money.

Steamroller is on its way, and I'm willing to wait for some time, but if AMD doesn't show it's paw under the door in two months time with some info, fork them and Intel it is. No info no marketing would be a dumbass move by AMD after Haswell reception, not cashing on Intel trolling and scoring a win with some well placed slides and benchmarks. AMD, People is either going SB-E, IB-E, Ivy or Haswell cause you wouldn't make a good marketing campaign even if your life was at stake. FFS, give us something wink.gif
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Did Intel use crappy thermal paste between the IHS and die again?

The crappiest one they could find. I think they've used peanut butter jelly this time.
    
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The crappiest one they could find. I think they've used peanut butter jelly this time.

If they used Peanut Butter and Jelly the cpu would sit at 5C while running at 10Ghz tongue.gif

PB&J ftw.
    
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If they used Peanut Butter and Jelly the cpu would sit at 5C while running at 10Ghz tongue.gif

PB&J ftw.

It had some bits of hazelnut intruders in it. So they didn't use quality TIM. tongue.gif
    
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So they didn't use fluxless solder between the IHS and die? I would have hoped Intel would have addressed the thermal issues seen with IB.
post #510 of 858
Just read some of the reviews...

Little better memory results at stock. Otherwise, really, only a seemingly minute change in performance. No reason to upgrade from Ivy, and still a hard argument to upgrade from Sandy rolleyes.gif

I guess the new motherboard chipset offers some extras which might be a reason to upgrade?
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