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post #81 of 355
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Originally Posted by Hambone07si;11818155 
I can't wait to build one of these boards for one of my gamers. This board just looks BADA$$
Same here mate.

Wonder what it will cost.
post #82 of 355
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Originally Posted by SlackerITGuy;11818304 
Same here mate.

Wonder what it will cost.

I'm guessing it'll be around $250 ~ $260 since Maximus IV Extreme will be around $300.
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I'm REALLY, REALLY itching to know what the MAX OC'd speed of a 2600K for 24/7 usage will be, coupled with a high-end aftermarket air cooling solution.

It seems like the 2600K on that SS of 5.1Ghz didn't really get hot all that much. So water cooling isn't all that necessary. A high-end air cooling seems like it'll suffice. But, the voltage is what's bugging me. What will the long term effects of feeding 1.45 V to the chip will be is the question. Any thoughts?
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post #84 of 355
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Originally Posted by lumaform;11818269 
I'm a sucker for Cinebench results since I'm a C4D user. Keep 'em coming please.

Take a look at this, freaking amazing to say the least. I7 2600K @ 5.1Ghz (water-cooled):

5.1ghz-cinebench-r11.5xcfi.png

From a 3D user's perspective, SB has i7 950 beat hands down. 10 > 7

So you over-clocked it to 5.1GHz then ran the cine-bench benchmark. Can you please run the i7 2600 at stock speed so we can compare the performance i7 950.

I want to see how much better this chip is to the i7 950, am am planning to upgrade in January smile.gif thanks!
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I can't wait to build one of these boards for one of my gamers. This board just looks BADA$$

same here man im planning on getting that board, but am worried about the overuse of plastic over whole of the motherboard
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That is not my OC. I don't have SB setup yet. Just like you, I'm also thinking to buy a SB rig. That OC belongs to some German dude.

SB, namely 2500K and 2600K's niche will be its ability to attain a pretty high OC with just a decent air cooling solution.
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Originally Posted by mulkman;11818552 
same here man im planning on getting that board, but am worried about the overuse of plastic over whole of the motherboard

I wouldn't be worried at all. That give me a nice feeling I won't have no one bringing their systems back because they stuck their fingers in it to point out how cool this looks and jumped to connections and fried something. lol. They make spatula's out of plastic for cooking so I wouldn't worry of it melting or nothing. I think that is perfect. As long as your able to connect anything and everything you need to, that's a badass idea.

You would be surprised how many people try to screw something in on a board/Pc when the system is running. doh.gif
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Originally Posted by lumaform;11818510 
I'm REALLY, REALLY itching to know what the MAX OC'd speed of a 2600K for 24/7 usage will be, coupled with a high-end aftermarket air cooling solution.

It seems like the 2600K on that SS of 5.1Ghz didn't really get hot all that much. So water cooling isn't all that necessary. A high-end air cooling seems like it'll suffice. But, the voltage is what's bugging me. What will the long term effects of feeding 1.45 V to the chip will be is the question. Any thoughts?

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Originally Posted by anuoldman;11816810 
- graphic comparisons from Passmark aren't relevant to this discussion... graphics benchmarks in general are highly dependent on test schema vs. GPU innovation... CPU is a raw computational thing and not subject to those bias... so nobody has proved Passmark is off for CPUs

- clock for clock really isn't either... but it's easy to index for that, just divide out the clock rate:

i7 950: 2090
2600k: 2797

the 2600K is clock for clock 33.8% faster....

nobody has posted anything to technically refute...

- gulftowns are safe? looks like the 2600K 4 core is gonna be within 6% of a Gulftown 6 core for <$400 vs $900+.... and it's gonna have considerably more OC headroom most likely

I have always found the passmark benchmarks to be inconsistent. To be consistent, one needs to run the benchmark multiple times and take the average of the reading. 3 scores on one processor vs 1000 of the other is not consistent.

The I7 2600K scores 9512 on a a couple of runs while the I7 2600 scores 9072. These are the same processors with the only listed difference being the unlocked multiplier. Explain the difference?

Using your calculations on these inconsistent benchmarks:

2600k- 9512/3.4 = ~2797
2600 - 9072/3.4 = ~2668
950- 6335/3.07 = ~2063
980x - 10460/3.33 = 3141

The 2600k (3 tests) has a 35.5% advantage over the 950 (100's of tests)
The 2600 (2 tests) has a 29.3% advantage over the 950 (100's of tests)
The 980x (100's of tests) has a 12.2% advantage over the 2600k
The 980x has a 17.7% advantage over the 2600

Once the averages of 100's of tests are listed for the 2600 series, this data may become usable.

Cinebench provides a much better picture of CPU performance.

These are the posted runs:

I7-930/950 at 4.2ghz = 7.21
I7-2600K at 4.2ghz = 8.15
I7-980X at 4.2Ghz = 10.83

I score the same at 4.2ghz on my 980x

I7-2600K provides 13% more CPU power then the 950
I7-980X provides 32.8% more CPU power then the 2600K

No where in any of these calculations have I seen a 6% differential between any of these CPU's
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post #90 of 355
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Originally Posted by lumaform;11818510 
I'm REALLY, REALLY itching to know what the MAX OC'd speed of a 2600K for 24/7 usage will be, coupled with a high-end aftermarket air cooling solution.

It seems like the 2600K on that SS of 5.1Ghz didn't really get hot all that much. So water cooling isn't all that necessary. A high-end air cooling seems like it'll suffice. But, the voltage is what's bugging me. What will the long term effects of feeding 1.45 V to the chip will be is the question. Any thoughts?

For a 32nm chip probably not good.
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