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Intel Core i7-2600K
32nm, 4C8T


MB BIOSTAR TP67XE
Chipest Sandy Bridge - Cougar point




DDR3
CORSAIR DOMINATOR-GTX3 DDR3-2400


CL9 11-9-27 1.65V


System Configuration
CPU: Intel Core i7-2600K
MB: BIOSTAR TP67XE
DRAM: CORSAIR DOMINATOR-GTX3 DDR3-2400
VGA: GIGABYTE GTX260 OC
HD: CORSAIR CSSD-F40GB2 Raid 0
POWER: Antec TPQ-1200W
Cooler: Mega Shadow Deluxe Edition
OS: Windows7 Ultimate 64bit


Default Performance
CPU 100 X 35 => 3500MHz (Idle 1.044V, Full 1.008V)
DDR3 2133.8 CL9 10-9-27 1T 1.5V

Hyper PI 32M X8 => 14m 24.460s
CPUMARK 99=> 539


Fritz Chess Benchmark => 27.53/13212
AIDA64 Memory Bandwidth - 21901 MB/s


OC Performance
CPU 100 X 50 => 5000MHz (Idle 1.452V, Full 1.392V)
DDR3 2133.8 CL9 10-9-27 1T 1.5V

Hyper PI 1M => 07.551s
CPUMARK 99=> 770


Fritz Chess Benchmark => 39.25/18839
AIDA64 Memory Bandwidth - 25235 MB/s


This article is also posted in my blog: WIND'S 3C
Welcome 3C fans to drop by.

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Hey I read this same thing on Hardware Canucks! Awesome news tho, Sandy Bridge looks like its going to be a killer!
 

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Quote:

Originally Posted by windwithme View Post
CPU
Intel Core i7-2600K
32nm, 4C8T


MB BIOSTAR TP67XE
Chipest Sandy Bridge - Cougar point




DDR3
CORSAIR DOMINATOR-GTX3 DDR3-2400


CL9 11-9-27 1.65V


System Configuration
CPU: Intel Core i7-2600K
MB: BIOSTAR TP67XE
DRAM: CORSAIR DOMINATOR-GTX3 DDR3-2400
VGA: GIGABYTE GTX260 OC
HD: CORSAIR CSSD-F40GB2 Raid 0
POWER: Antec TPQ-1200W
Cooler: Mega Shadow Deluxe Edition
OS: Windows7 Ultimate 64bit


Default Performance
CPU 100 X 35 => 3500MHz (Idle 1.044V, Full 1.008V)
DDR3 2133.8 CL9 10-9-27 1T 1.5V

Hyper PI 32M X8 => 14m 24.460s
CPUMARK 99=> 539


Fritz Chess Benchmark => 27.53/13212
AIDA64 Memory Bandwidth - 21901 MB/s


OC Performance
CPU 100 X 50 => 5000MHz (Idle 1.452V, Full 1.392V)
DDR3 2133.8 CL9 10-9-27 1T 1.5V

Hyper PI 1M => 07.551s
CPUMARK 99=> 770


Fritz Chess Benchmark => 39.25/18839
AIDA64 Memory Bandwidth - 25235 MB/s


This article is also posted in my blog: WIND'S 3C
Welcome 3C fans to drop by.

Thanks

If your the real Wind I love your reviews. See your stuff all the time on Xtremesystems.org.
 

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man i cant wait to see sandy bridge under cold!
 

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This is almost sickening......5ghz on air. I remember when 4.0ghz was a big deal.
 

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The only thing i wonder. On a 32nm fab, is that voltage viable for 24/7 use. I feel like it seems a bit high for 24/7 use. I'll wait for people to fry their chips before my 32nm purchase
 

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SB+sub zero= small black hole may form
 

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But what about the multiplier locked non-k CPUs ? Will they be as awesome ?
Also, DO WANT !
 

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Nice one man
 

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Impressive OC, but not really 24/7 viable with 1.45v+ on a 32nm chip.

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Originally Posted by Bastyn99 View Post
But what about the multiplier locked non-k CPUs ? Will they be as awesome ?
No.
 

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Yeah, but 4.5 isn't dramatically better than current 32nm Intel's and despite the impressive performance boost per clock, I doubt a 500-600 dollar unlocked quad core that will need a new 200 dollar board will be more worthwhile than dropping a 500-600 dollar used 970/980 or 32nm Xeon into my current setup.

I'm really put off by the OCing restrictions and need to fork over extra for a K to do any real overclocking.
 

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Hmm, not bad. Core i3s reach 5GHz on air, although they are dual cores instead of quads...so it's an improvement
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Originally Posted by Blameless View Post
Yeah, but 4.5 isn't dramatically better than current 32nm Intel's and despite the impressive performance boost per clock, I doubt a 500-600 dollar unlocked quad core that will need a new 200 dollar board will be more worthwhile than dropping a 500-600 dollar used 970/980 or 32nm Xeon into my current setup.

I'm really put off by the OCing restrictions and need to fork over extra for a K to do any real overclocking.
In your scenario a used 970/980x would most likely be better and then move on to 2011 but what about someone upgrading from an earlier platform like a socket775/quad? This Sandy Bridge would be a significant improvement.
 

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He's not answering our questions anymore
... He's back to XS.
 
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