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Thanks for the link, seems like unlocked Pentium and i7s with better TIM is confirmed biggrin.gif

May Intel have mercy on AMD.
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So much new things biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103 View Post

Dang it. I just bought a haswell....... mad.gif

If you're only into gaming and not overclocking just for the "fun", then I wouldn't worry about it. It's going to be a while before you need to worry about upgrading.

The unlocked Pentium sounds nice, but hopefully there is an i3. Either way I'll probably swap my daughters A8-5600k for the unlocked Penitum.
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Oh hai z97 wave2.gif
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that unlocked pentium is going to stir the low end budget systems world. temporary unlocked chip for those on budget to replace with i5/i7
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Even soldered, the temperatures skyrocket that last 200 MHz to 5000 because of the voltage requirements.

I am on direct to die cooling on the Ivy Bridge, with Haswell being hotter. Despite the lack of solder, the heat is generated from that die. I knew on-die VRMs were just going to make heat worse.
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Might have to buy one of these bad boys to replace my 3770k. I don't think I'm willing to drop 1k on an 8 core just yet.
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Even soldered, the temperatures skyrocket that last 200 MHz to 5000 because of the voltage requirements.

But i7 @1.4v has ~200w power draw at max cpu load (aside from crazy synthetics that ivy can't run nearly as fast as haswell)

^You can cool that on air with delid. Friend of mine runs avx1 prime on 1.47v on an AIO.

Pentium power draw @1.4v would be >half< of that. Half as many cores, no HT. Less cache.

There is no way it'd be hard to cool with say a 35 euro hr-02 macho if the thermal solution was good.
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

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Even soldered, the temperatures skyrocket that last 200 MHz to 5000 because of the voltage requirements.

But i7 @1.4v has ~200w power draw at max cpu load (aside from crazy synthetics that ivy can't run nearly as fast as haswell)

^You can cool that on air with delid. Friend of mine runs avx1 prime on 1.47v on an AIO.

Pentium power draw @1.4v would be >half< of that. Half as many cores, no HT. Less cache.

There is no way it'd be hard to cool with say a 35 euro hr-02 macho if the thermal solution was good.

Proof or it didn't happen.

Golden chips excluded of course.

Edit:
Here is what I think people are used to seeing with Haswell 4770Ks.

4.5GHz, 240mm Self Contained Corsair H100i
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Source: http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Processors/Haswell-Review-Intel-Core-i7-4770K-Performance-and-Architecture/Integrated-Voltag


If limited myself to 90c, I achieve approximately 5073 MHz on my 3770K. Of course no point at redlining it 24/7. People here would be better off getting a standard 4770K and delidding. Assuming the 4790K is actually soldered.
Edited by RagingCain - 3/19/14 at 6:10pm
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Finally the excuse I was looking for to go 1150!!! I feel that if I go haswell I need to delid, if they remove the need for it, im all in. Who was I kidding, I just needed some sort of excuse to play with a new cpu, been since ivy launch since I have had a new cpu to play with and Im going crazy lol

Need is subjective, I know, but we are on OCN after all right? biggrin.gif
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