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The difference in performance 200MHz makes is negligible so I don't see why you would even bother moving from the 4770K you already have. That doesn't make much sense. I'm not sure what's wrong with your life that makes you feel the need to bash a company several times a day for your own admitted nativity, but I'm just starting to feel sorry for you.


This bump in base/turbo clocks at 500MHz is still significant for the large number of users that don't overclock.

So i must have something wrong with my life to speak my opinion? lachen.gif
Edited by Stay Puft - 6/11/14 at 2:59am
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I have three friends running at 4.4 / 4.5 100% stable that have room to go higher but chose not too,

I've built one that runs 4.6 stable and Have another friend with three 3570k's at 4.6 / 4.8 and 5.0 ( delids )

seems like thats the right range for ivy, the guy with the 3570k's has a 4770k @ 4.8 stable non delid ( ek dual 360 loop ) as well, but that's def a golden chip...

just hoping you guys get 4.6+ average, not just the good ones

Ahh, 4.6 doesn't seem to be any problem......check out the hardocp review, after he tried and FAILED with manual overclocking, going the easy route with auto-tuning on his ASUS MB gave the best results!

4.6GHz with a simple button press. From my time reading the M6F Owner's Thread, that's a much better result than with (average) 4770K. Auto-tuning is basically considered unusable, from what they told me.

I'm not expecting the magical 5GHz, but I'm not a hardcore OCer. Anything in that 4.6 - 4.8 range will be perfectly fine for me!

*edit* And I'm lazy enough that auto-tuning will probably be all that I do. I won't be building until July, will be on M7F with Swiftech H220X.
Edited by Pahani - 6/11/14 at 3:04am
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So the entire Devils Canyon release success is entirely determined upon wether or not it competes with Stay Pufts better than average 4770k.

Is what your saying....




What does intel editor mean?
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This bump in base/turbo clocks at 500MHz is still significant for the large number of users that don't overclock.

Those buy an amd 4.7ghz/5ghz turbo anyhow.

5ghz OC with ease or else its just iust a fancy new name for a renamed 4770k.
Feels good to wait for a few more years until Intel can do better than this average garbage.
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I'm trying to figure out the release date newegg says its coming the 25th while Amazon says the 20th if I can get it 5 days earlier I get it from amazon anyone know which site is correct? Also Im new to Intels I'm a AMD guy but have decided to join the darkside so to speak so don't get mad if I sound like a noob but will the 4690K overclock as well as the 4790k? I'm only going to be using the PC for gaming mainly for flight sims which don't really use hyper-threading and I don't want to spend an extra $100 if its not going to help any.
Ordered some chips from Amazon with 1 day shipping. Monday, June 23 is expected delivery date.
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What does intel editor mean?

 

I edit the intel section.

 

Also a parcel arrived in the post today:

 

post #877 of 21228
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Those buy an amd 4.7ghz/5ghz turbo anyhow.

5ghz OC with ease or else its just iust a fancy new name for a renamed 4770k.
Feels good to wait for a few more years until Intel can do better than this average garbage.

There's nothing coming. Intel is focused on power consumption
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I edit the intel section.

Also a parcel arrived in the post today:



Looking forward to seeing your results
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Going to grab a 4670K i think to test it and get used to haswell clocking prior to 4790K release.

 

Gonnna have a 3770k, 4670k, Z77X-UD3H mobo and 6GB of ram to sell soon!

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My board for testing:

http://pctuning.tyden.cz/hardware/zakladni-desky/30123-asus-maximus-vii-hero-testujeme-s-kamaradkou?start=3

ES is home. But Im sure stable OC will be between 4.7-4.8 GHz, no more. Hope for 5100 MHz validation.

After weekend will post results smile.gif
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Silent, is it possible to add what type of motherboard people are using onto the spreadsheet?

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