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Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post


Ivy 3770K delided, 5.1Ghz at 1.52V stable.

Haswell 4670K delidded, 5Ghz stable don't remember voltage.

Skylake 6600K 5Ghz 1.43V stable without delid.

Meanwhile, FX6100 max stable is 4.88Ghz at 1.74V. Not a typo.

Did you read my post?

Overlocks that people can expect. I don't trust people's self reporting of overclocks. Don't forget you're talking to the guy that had to personally record hundreds of overclocks for two threads. In the face of all that you decide to post 3 results? :h34r-smi


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it's really hard to upgrade from an i7 5820k @ 4.7ghz. I hope zen and kaby lake are monsters thumb.gif
I feel the same way with my 4.7GHz 3960X.
    
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Ivy 3770K delided, 5.1Ghz at 1.52V stable.


Haswell 4670K delidded, 5Ghz stable don't remember voltage.


Skylake 6600K 5Ghz 1.43V stable without delid.


Meanwhile, FX6100 max stable is 4.88Ghz at 1.74V. Not a typo.
Did you read my post?
Overlocks that people can expect. I don't trust people's self reporting of overclocks. Don't forget you're talking to the guy that had to personally record hundreds of overclocks for two threads. In the face of all that you decide to post 3 results? ph34r-smiley.gif

I'm not saying thats the average. Just posting my stable results.

I'd be salty too if I got a dud 4670K tongue.gif
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Only 50mm^2 for a Skylake sans IGPU? They could make a 32core die at 400-450mm^2 if they wanted?

Skylake xeon chip is 28 core.. but basically yes.

Core counts have continued to explode because of die-area-per-core reductions with new manufacturing processes but many factors including lack of competition have prevented them from translating to mainstream for much longer than expected
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I feel the same way with my 4.7GHz 3960X.

Same here with 5960X at 4.5 Core / 4.5 UnCore. I want to update to Skylake-X / Kaby-X more for the chipset features than the CPU performance. here's hoping that Zen is a monster so Intel has to up their game and either reduce costs or add some performance!
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So i guess coffee lake will come with 6 cores and l4 cache if zen is competitive?
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It will be Z270.
I hope they show up soon.

No. Development started years ago, by the time Zen is out it will be too late to modify anything.

If they do made a 6c/12t L4 chip for the consumer chipset, it will be because they decided to, not because of Zen.
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Originally Posted by Kana Chan View Post

Only 50mm^2 for a Skylake sans IGPU? They could make a 32core die at 400-450mm^2 if they wanted?

Skylake xeon chip is 28 core.. but basically yes.

Core counts have continued to explode because of die-area-per-core reductions with new manufacturing processes but many factors including lack of competition have prevented them from translating to mainstream for much longer than expected

Little things, like die space reserved for what used to be the NB, the QPI/DMI/PCI-e links, the L3 (and on bigger chips the ring bus-s, plural), the additional memory channels, the...

There is a lot more to a CPU than cores that gets scaled up, hence 28.
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No. Development started years ago, by the time Zen is out it will be too late to modify anything.

They most likely have that design taped out since Broadwell and maybe have a few ES in house to test but have no plan to produce it en masse until AMD puts out a competitive product, like Nvidia did with 780Ti/980Ti, have the chip ready but didn't ship it at a consumer price point until AMD pushed out 290X/FuryX.
Edited by sherlock - 8/23/16 at 11:28am
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2017 right?
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so the i7 7700k will fit in my z170-a mobo?
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post #70 of 115
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Performance hasn't been a reason to upgrade since Sandy Bridge(~5% IPC improvements per generation ever since Ivy).

Disagree.
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The real question; is Intel just eating into available headroom of OC to ship with higher clocks, or is that room still there?

Something tells me they have eaten into at least some of the headroom in order to do this.

Of course it's going to eat into headroom. That's what the headroom is there for...to allow for rapid adaptation to market needs. Intel clocks their parts as low as they can get away with, so if they get caught by surprise they can show up with an SKU that's several hundred MHz faster overnight and wow mainstream reviewers.
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Yeah, but an 8 core Zen with the same level, or better, performance on a new board. Maybe worth it if the Zen OCs like crazy.

I cannot imagine an eight-core Zen not being more appealing than a quad core Kaby Lake for anyone that multi-tasks heavily or uses a lot of well threaded workloads.

Of course, I haven't used a mainstream Intel socket for anything except low power HTPCs, mining boxes, and routers since LGA-1366 showed up, and haven't bought a new Intel processor with fewer than six cores in quite some time.
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And Sandies have hit 5ghz as well. I'm talking about actually stable 5ghz overclocks that stay 5ghz, and really... 5ghz overclocks anybody can realistically expect. 

Overclocks tend to be inflated. People report clocks that are not stable, or they are stable and are not stable later.

I generally demand unconditional stability from my OCs, and as far as I am concerned, the practical 24/7 limits with these architectures, barring very rare golden chips, or subambient cooling, have been:

Westmere (later samples, early ones were worse) = 4.4GHz
Sandy Bridge = 4.6-4.7GHz
Ivy Bridge = 4.5-4.6GHz
Haswell = 4.4-4.5GHz

I don't have enough hands on experience with Broadwell or Skylake to come to my own firm conclusions, but Skylake at least does seem to be clocking higher than Haswell.
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Little things, like die space reserved for what used to be the NB, the QPI/DMI/PCI-e links, the L3 (and on bigger chips the ring bus-s, plural), the additional memory channels, the...

All Intel parts have a ring bus (it connects the cores to the L3 and the system agent) and the ring bus itself doesn't have any die area impact (it's on separate metal layers and is completely overlapped by what it connects to).
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