Intel next-gen Haswell (LGA1150) CPU line-up Reviews Released

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  1. DiGiTaL MoNkEY

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    http://www.neowin.net/news/intel-next-gen-haswell-cpu-line-up-leaked-core-i7-4770k-the-flagship

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    http://wccftech.com/intel-haswell-c...i74770k-flagship-fourth-generation-processor/

    http://chinese.vr-zone.com/43824/in...luding-4770k-4670k-for-overclocking-12112012/


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    Core i7-4770K: Haswell's Performance, Previewed

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/core-i7-4770k-haswell-performance,3461.html

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  2. thecondor

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    For all the guys that know a lot more then I do about cpu's. How is the 4770k any different from the 3770k?
     
  3. NSanity

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    ipc improvements, better sleep states, lower usage at idle, etc.

     
  4. stmok

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    Meh...I just want to see how the IGP side performs. Its about the only thing Intel is really focused on improving. (My main interest is seeing how much things have improved vs Ivy Bridge IGP).

    I'll probably skipped this and go with Broadwell to upgrade the remaining two boxes I have. They're still chuggling along with Semprons from 2005. :lol:
     
  5. Kurosaki

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    yawn.... Haswell-E will prolly be my next full platform upgrade. SNB-E has been brilliant for me.
     
  6. dr_deathy

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    Yawn alright, things have virtually stopped development wise in PC land.
     
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    we need the next generation of consoles to come out
     
  8. Oblong Cheese

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    Hey come on now, this thread is mildly interesting for me as a Core i7 920 owner. :lol:

    It's only been four years!
     
  9. Ethan W

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    Like most people here, I'm waiting on IPC improvement figures and overclocking results. If it's at least the jump from Sandy to Ivy with 4.5GHz doable on air, a 4670K and mid-range board might be my next platform.
     
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  10. Lordz

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    as long as they go back to the fluxless solder instead of the cheapest thermal paste they can find we will be right :)
     
  11. Ethan W

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    With no pressure from AMD and wanting for push people over to the higher-end sockets (2011 and successor), I'm concerned they would use that thermal paste to limit the overclocking potential, but who knows? Fingers crossed.
     
  12. Kurosaki

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    It make sound like its a bad thing. Overclocking shouldn't be just about dialing up the multi like it is. Its an art form that should be learned.

    Back in the days the lengths people went to overclock CPU is positively stone age compared to what you kids have these days.
     
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  13. Menthu_Rae

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    Pisses me off that the unlocked processors (including previous generations) don't have VT-d... I hate you Intel! :tongue:
     
  14. kingwang26

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    I want it now

    release the CPU
     
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    This :thumbup: No complaints with SB-E
     
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    the new sleep/idle and max tdp are great, hopefully these make it into the next mac mini, as I need a new htpc/mame box (current mini idles at 11w...intel NUC at 6w)
     
  17. sherbert86

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    Well that's a silly statement.

    More demand for overclockable processors (due to the ease of doing so) = more development cash for enthusiast parts.

    Dunno about everyone else, but I don't want to have to sacrifice my first born child to overclock my PC.
     
  18. Oblong Cheese

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    It's not about being expensive, it's about taking the time and doing the research, like a real hobby. These days kids just dial in the settings and whack on a huge cooler and bam, instant overclock.
     
  19. Kurosaki

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    Reality however called, and the fact is manufacturers don't like easy overclocking. It creates all sort of problems with warranty.
     
  20. sherbert86

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    Different strokes I guess.

    Same deal as the 90's era of Japanese turbo cars (Skylines, Supras etc).They could be easily boosted for insane power, compared to old school V8's that required new cams, heads etc etc.

    I guess what I'm saying is I (and many others) just want to enjoy the results of the overclock, not spend months fine tuning.
     

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