Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by stmok, Oct 22, 2013.
A 500 dollar dent in the wallet unfortunately. I'm awaiting benchmarks eagerly too
That is very odd, if it can be believed i7 3.3GHz and with a turbo to 3.7GHz Has me speculating release some early ones that not hit the mark, early adopter hunger anyone
For Broadwell at least Intel seem focused on low power usage and igpu not high clocks or anything but that's where skylake comes in
I remain optimistic as always. 65w part to match the predecessor maybe & lower frequency.
Time for some 48's while I have a nice warm ambient 7deg
nice overclock there
So, any consensus yet on whether Broadwell will have the advantage when overclocking?
I'm so split on whether to get some 2nd hand 2600k or whatever and wait for Broadwell, or just get a 4790k.
We'll only be guessing till real benchmarks are done.
I'd jump on a 4790K, going 350 in the forum atm.
id 2nd hand the 2600k until skylake comes round
15deg ambient + HT is just too much for this pressure cooker
Am I reading that right Shane it's still hitting 90c on a core and that's with out hyper threads based on CPUz. Dam that is a hot mofo. What program is that your cooking with?
You can add another 10deg with HT Scottie + another maybe 0.02v
Running 1500rpm on the pump & two decent 360rads < no gpu in loop >
Koolance 370 block
Think myself lucky , Headin's is apparently far worse / why he delid
LinX 0.64 very mild runs / can go much harder with prime 95 etc
that's shocking given my old 4770k could take 1.45v and max around 90c with a h100
Yes hot fukka. Need test another block for it.
Setup in sig.
4690k @ 4.5ghz, 1.1v prime 95 stable, temps max out ~62c on a 240mm AIO.
Hmm...........needs another digit Big range between 1.1V & 1.199V
During normal usage (Gaming etc) temps top out at low 50's.
whats the cache run at? does everyone just leave cache as is?
i always try to run 1:1
Hopefully this is the right thread, has there been a release date for the Broadwell chips yet? (5XXX series)
I am still seeing all Aust stores stocking 4xxx and a few random images of the 5's for sale in JP but I cannot find a release date for it in Aust
I am about to buy a new system so was thinking if it was only another few weeks to wait for a newer series chipset.
hi guys, I have been completely out of overclocking since my 2600k.
I have Asus Z87 Pro mobo and i5 4670k CPU that I would like to overclock. CPU is under water.
whats the best way to go about it ? is it as easy as the 2600k was ?
what parameters should I adjust and what should I aim for if I want a decent but not too crazy overclock that can run stable for hours.