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Newly released Chips vs Later released Chips (Whatever generation)

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I seem to notice that when intel releases a generation of chips. The first adopters who normally pay much more, will tend to have it easy overclocking their chips to impressive clocks. The later adopters (who may get them subsidized) seem to chance getting impressive results. Has anyone else noticed this or is there something else to it or what am I missing?
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There is generally 0% difference in price, and the trend usually is the other way, later generations with revisions see better overclocking and lower temperatures as chip makers have had time to mature the process of making that new processor.
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But it looks like for example present ivys K series seem to be OCing poorer than their predecessors that were first released. Now am seeing Haswells doing pretty well with a few not so good cases, probably going to get worse with time.
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