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that is scary tbh, not suire how i feel about all of that now... i saw the asus impact and was all excited tho :/
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I was planning to upgrade to an i7 and jumped at the Microcenter sale (i7-4770k, MSI Z87-G45).

After 2 hours of replacing the mobo and processor, the system was up and running.

The longest process was reactivating Windows 8 Pro, which a Microsoft automated phone system gave me a new key.

On stock settings, the rig just got a P14422.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6688469

Before, the system was running an older i5.

I do a lot of HD Video editing, in addition to game, so this is a big jump in rendering power.
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Yeah, i am scared of the heat ins ucha small build in my case the sg05 or maybe he bigger sg08
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well just seen a post here where you can delid the haswell cpus too. thats seems to work better as a 18 degc drop in temps
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Originally Posted by GfhTattoo View Post

well just seen a post here where you can delid the haswell cpus too. thats seems to work better as a 18 degc drop in temps

yes that is what i hear also but still how many people are willing to risk it and completely void any warranty chance and risking ruining the CPU all together using a vise and hammer or the razor blade and chance a nick on the CPU PCB it is over not many simply put I believe Intel is doing this stuff on purpose to cut down on warranty cases ( also overall free performance increases ) and skimping on the TIM / chipset to IHS contact AKA shabby build quality to lower overclocking potential and cost to produce they are simply trying to reduce the ability to overclock all together add to it are trying to force feed us desktop users to eat it when it plainly was designed for mobile market not desktop market.

I also want to say from what i was told the enthusiast line aka the I7 4930k and so on will be exactly same issue apparently no increases on clocks and insane heat increase and alot less overclockability then previous gen in otherwards another waste of money for a minimal performance increase and even less overclocking ability than the I7 3930k which i feel is unacceptable period. I want to point out i had a I7 4770k haswell system setup and running almost 4 weeks before release and it was retail version even on extreme watercooling i couldnt get it past 4.5ghz no matter what i did and it wasnt fully stable above 4.3ghz period. I want to add also the chip wouldnt run above 1600mhz ram@4.4ghz i had to take it to 1333mhz to get 4.5ghz and it still wasnt stable so by downclocking ram so much you lose the performance increase you get from overclocking the haswell CPU period.

a good read on all of the above http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2013/06/06/haswell-heat/1 http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/382267/intel-haswell-hotter-and-slower-than-expected
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