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Poll Results: Goofed or nah?

 
  • 66% (4)
    You dun goofed son.
  • 33% (2)
    Nahbro
6 Total Votes  
post #11 of 14
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Oh darn, I'll basically have to wait until the Monday after next to use my computer because my H100i shat itself. I'm waiting on the RMA. Assuming Corsair doesn't screw me with another broken unit, I'd be about a week away from June 2nd. So the wait would be okay I guess but I don't really want to pay toooo much for that new processor. Someone told me that the newer processors are usually not too far in price from the old ones.

Do you think the new 4690K will be much more than $240? If so I'll just buy the 4670K.
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by jesusjellybeans View Post

Its supposed to have better thermal performance.

Die-hards will delid it anyway. Mark my words.

Random haxxor kid will decide the TIM is not good enough, then somebody will state that they delidded their chip and temps dropped substantially, and then everyone will follow suit.

Intel wasted money on better TIM for no reason IMO.

P.S.: Your name sucks.
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post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by jesusjellybeans View Post

Oh darn, I'll basically have to wait until the Monday after next to use my computer because my H100i shat itself. I'm waiting on the RMA. Assuming Corsair doesn't screw me with another broken unit, I'd be about a week away from June 2nd. So the wait would be okay I guess but I don't really want to pay toooo much for that new processor. Someone told me that the newer processors are usually not too far in price from the old ones.

Do you think the new 4690K will be much more than $240? If so I'll just buy the 4670K.

That's normally true with Intel. They release something new and each old part gets a replacement at basically the same price. So 4670 and 4690 should be the same price.

But for the 4690k, they say they improved the thermal interface material stuff compared to the 4670k. Those changes aren't in the 4690 I think? So 4670 and 4690 being same price might not be proof for 4670k and 4690k also being the same price. I could imagine they might want extra money if they do something special to the new unlocked i5 and i7.
post #14 of 14
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Arxontas View Post

Die-hards will delid it anyway. Mark my words.

Random haxxor kid will decide the TIM is not good enough, then somebody will state that they delidded their chip and temps dropped substantially, and then everyone will follow suit.

Intel wasted money on better TIM for no reason IMO.

Lol that would be really silly.

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P.S.: Your name sucks.

I'm not sure what my name has to do with the discussion of Intel crap, I'm not sure why you care, and I'm not sure why you had to bring it up Mr. Arxontas...

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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

That's normally true with Intel. They release something new and each old part gets a replacement at basically the same price. So 4670 and 4690 should be the same price.

But for the 4690k, they say they improved the thermal interface material stuff compared to the 4670k. Those changes aren't in the 4690 I think? So 4670 and 4690 being same price might not be proof for 4670k and 4690k also being the same price. I could imagine they might want extra money if they do something special to the new unlocked i5 and i7.

Weeeeeeeeeeeeelllll.... I hope the price isn't too bad.
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