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The above shown result was obtained with Prolimatech Mega Shadow Deluxe Edition cooler and the CPU core voltage increased to 1.45 V. Of course, this high voltage increase will hardly suit an everyday usage model, but we assume that at about 4.8 GHz frequency Sandy Bridge processors will be able to work 24/7.

Edited by Jean-Luc - 12/29/10 at 3:39am
    
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this is interesting, that graph starts from 100% increase in performance
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Razultull View Post
this is interesting, that graph starts from 100% increase in performance
No. 100% is the baseline. (It's even written above the graph)
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the die shot looks like there is unused space in the bottom left corner. should have added more graphics EU's there imo.
post #5 of 17
An improvement yes, still under whelming to me personally.
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Wow just look at that OC on air!

I might as well jump on this if BD will still be coming Q2.
   
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I really start to wonder how much PPD an oc'ed i7-2600K will be able to pull.
    
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Wouldn't 32nm chips @ 1.4+ volts die really fast?
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The basic concept doesn't impress me, but the insane overclocks on air are very nice.
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thanks for the post, very neat info!
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