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Hah, look at the last slide. It's as if the cooling apparatus pressure is literally inclined via the cores and even the discrepancy between core 2 and 3 may be explained by the topology. I would definitely suspect a sitting issue or at worst something fixable with a delid.
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Hah, look at the last slide. It's as if the cooling apparatus pressure is literally inclined via the cores and even the discrepancy between core 2 and 3 may be explained by the topology. I would definitely suspect a sitting issue or at worst something fixable with a delid.

But it shouldnt need to be de lidded......

EDIT: and from your previous comment what do you mean about look at the last slide?
   
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It's more probable the cooler wasn't installed as best it could rather than being an IHS+thermal compound issue imo.
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Quote:
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It's more probable the cooler wasn't installed as best it could rather than being an IHS+thermal compound issue imo.

ah i see it now. still if that final core has good contact that amazing temperatures for 4.7Ghz at 1.36v
   
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Come to think of it, unless there is impossibly good quality control, the IHS may not be seated that great, e.g. it may be 90% great but 10% of the die requiring cooling to be getting 40% less of it. I suspect most people took advantage of those discrepancies when they delidded rather than just avoiding the bad thermal compound (which was an additional problem). So a delid added not only a generally better thermal compound but also a better resit, and many chances to improve that resit with retesting, something the Intel quality control would find impossibly expensive to do.
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People that work for a living and have other obligations don't have hours to spend sifting through hundreds of pages for every item they purchase.. Anyone living in the real world would understand this, it's not up for debate. I'm shocked to find someone with so much free time on a forum of this nature.

 

So because he read through a cpu club that automatically makes him unemployed, otherwise how else could he have so much free time?

 

Sheesh...I do this all the time go through pages upon pages of stuff if its about something im really interested in.  And I work too.

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Havent read through the entire thread here so will just ask if anyone who's gotten their cpu already have managed to clock to 5+ GHz with good temps and it being stable 24/7 ?
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The product is unreleased. Only some very limited engineering samples appear to be out.
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can u push ur cpu higher?

no. requires to much power to be worth it pushing pass 4.6 on 2600k...last two generations of cpu's have hardly been an upgrade over the 2600k...this one prob won't be much different but starting at 4.0 is nice i suppose....dunno what i want to do
 
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An LN2 overclocker at xtremesystems.org claimed
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This chip is binned for review sample, it should be close to what you get from retail.
With the new chip you get more Mhz on air and water but you can see the wall trying to reach the last few multilples on the top end.
This chip is better than any retail 4770K that I have tested in the past year.

Two of the major changes help with getting all retail chips to 5ghz on air, The TIM and the added resistor packs on the back of the CPU allow more voltage and that pushes the chip a little harder to push past 6Ghz.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?289119-Intel-4790K-OC-Report

It is a bit though questionable, since he just had 1 chip.

What is certain is the resistors+tim improvement.
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