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Thanks a lot for the information. I feel a little bit better about my 4670k purchase now. smile.gif It's so disappointing to see Intel screw up the thermals though and making people delid. I also heard the z87 platform tends to feature better audio. I want to ditch Audigy 4zs from my old old motherboard and this might save me a bit because then no sound card.

But what price range for the motherboard am I looking at for a guaranteed 4.0-4.3 overclock? I was originally planning i5 3570k with standard $120 Asrock Extreme 4 for overclocking but I don't know how well motherboards of that price work.

Then again the i5 2500k is $175 on Amazon...The extra $45 for cpu is quite a sum.
I'm so indecisive. I have the Haswell next to me right now and I have 15 days to return it for full refund. After that, no dice. Time to decide.

NP. And i was indeed surprised by my new, a ton better onboard audio (:
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If you have a 4.5 ghz OC or higher there just doesn't seem to be any reason to upgrade just yet. I'd wait for six/eight core cpus from intel that OC well.
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4.5 haswell will beat 5.0 sandy in most cases pretty much. Advantages are bigger in some areas than others. For example, ~4.3 haswell matches ~5.0 sandy in x264, and i believe these benches are without avx2 instructions supported by x264 yet which would help haswell more.

A lot of the reports for heat on haswell are with people simply doing it wrong. For one, I've been able to cut my stable 4.5ghz voltage from 1.22v to 1.158v by adjusting VRIN, system agent, digital and analog io voltages etc.

Haswell gets REALLY hot if you run >A STRESS TEST WITH AVX INSTRUCTIONS ENABLED< but nothing else. If you disable avx or basically do anything, anything at all aside from run IBT/prime etc with avx enabled (even x264 maxing cpu for example) then temps are not crazy hot. There's just some funny buisness going on with haswell, stress tests that heavily utilize avx instructions (and i have not been able to trigger higher temps in any other way so far) blow up temps far far more than expected, and most people took that as "haswell is literally molten lava" when it really doesn't seem to be a true representation of the processors.

http://i.imgur.com/Ayt8Ukw.png

This is NOT delidded; with a silver arrow.

I too am a starcraft player and future planetside 2 player (talking about singlethreaded) and if it interests you:
Took this myself yesterday, i only did each benchmark once. Couldn't have been closer if i tried. On the same overclock that with AVX enabled and HT on made me hit thermal shutdown (fail at 94c) my hottest core in sc2 was 53c with one in the mid 40's and the other two occasionally dipping below 40c. 1.22vcore, max temps i could pull out with x264, full cpu load 8 thread with hyperthreading and avx enabled was 71c - but i've cut vcore down to 1.158 now for 4.5 as i said.

Hope this helps. Everything said is in my experience, and i am no expert, not yet at least.

3 runs with HT off? are you kidding?
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3 runs with HT off? are you kidding?
You're going to have to be x10 more in depth and noob-friendly if you expect me to understand the significance of your post. mad.gif
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If you have a 4.5 ghz OC or higher there just doesn't seem to be any reason to upgrade just yet. I'd wait for six/eight core cpus from intel that OC well.
I'm at 2.73ghz on my Q6600.
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3 runs with HT off? are you kidding?

Figured 12 minutes was enough to show temps.
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You're going to have to be x10 more in depth and noob-friendly if you expect me to understand the significance of your post. mad.gif

No idea what he means either. Maybe implying that 12 min test is silly for stability testing? Sure, i'm stability testing over weeks and running ibt/prime all night every night. The pic was not for that purpose.
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i will add some benchmarks too..

source
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/01/intel_haswell_i74770k_ipc_overclocking_review/1#.UbrmNMovKUk





Gaming:














Multimedia







Some OCing
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/06/01/intel_haswell_i74770k_ipc_overclocking_review/7#.UbrmmcovKUk




My conclusion = I see no reason why i should buy this platform since it is hotter and more expensive
for that small plus / gain of power.
Edited by smex - 8/20/13 at 3:35am
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Hotter than Sandy, sure. I think the red flags towards crazy temps are misplaced, and especially if you get a good chip, you can get significant gains in a lot of places; it depends what you would call significant and what is important to you. I probably wouldn't go sandy-haswell - but nehalem to haswell i dont regret one bit, and i'd choose haswell with a new build after my experiences with it, over sandy/ivy
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You're going to have to be x10 more in depth and noob-friendly if you expect me to understand the significance of your post. mad.gif

i apologize. that chip is an i7 (4 core/4 threads) disabling the 4 threads basically makes it an i5 and will run a bit cooler. using Intel Burn Test (IBT) to test load temps is great. Better than Prime but not for stability purposes. At least 10 runs using standard would be ideal to judge the temp. I do that prior to running Prime for at least 12 hours for stability.

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i apologize. that chip is an i7 (4 core/4 threads) disabling the 4 threads basically makes it an i5 and will run a bit cooler. using Intel Burn Test (IBT) to test load temps is great. Better than Prime but not for stability purposes. At least 10 runs using standard would be ideal to judge the temp. I do that prior to running Prime for at least 12 hours for stability.


He's asking about the i5 and i just happened to have hyperthreading off.

If you was more observant you would have noticed that i tested for 12 minutes while you tested for a minute and a half. 6500mb RAM runs with AVX disabled take eons compared to standardx10.
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To the Dude with the Graphs: Thanks for the graphs. Feels like just when I make up my mind, somebody seems to have an opposite opinion, haha.

Although the Sandy is $45 cheaper, I might get Haswell because I already bought it and it's sitting next to me. Returning it is automatically a hassle and on top of that, the new motherboards feature the ALC 1150 audio. I'm willing to take that and not buy a sound card which does mean saving $30-$35. The problem come with heat... Then of course I need to decide if I will be getting Evo 212 or the Noctua D14. Decision decisions... So hard on Mr. Indecisive...

I do think that a run of say 30 minutes (maybe even an hour) would be ideal for testing temperatures. What case are you using? I have my eye on NZXT Phantom which I hear has solid airflow. thumb.gif

And yes, I am asking about the i5 if that's of any consequence. Is hyperthreading even important for my tasks? I heard the chess engine Houdini runs better with HT OFF, and I play single threaded games... I play some Fallout/Skyrim on the side too. I doubt HT is relevant for that? I think I'll definitely stick with a i5 no matter if it's Sandy or Haswell.
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