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Windows 7: Haswell may not be a big deal as first thought

10 Aug 2013   #21
BigTabs

Windows 7 64 (bit)
 
 

Might Get the Ivy Bridge-E


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10 Aug 2013   #22
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BigTabs View Post
Might Get the Ivy Bridge-E

That's where im heading in a while Ivy Bridge but that de-lidding situation still has me thinking
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10 Aug 2013   #23
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

Delidding was only for people early on that got IB CPUs that half-ass defective from the get go. The newer IB chips are suppose to be really nice. You don't have to delid anything
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10 Aug 2013   #24
BigTabs

Windows 7 64 (bit)
 
 

IB-E looks and sounds better
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10 Aug 2013   #25
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

IB-E comes at a much higher price tag as well.
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10 Aug 2013   #26
BigTabs

Windows 7 64 (bit)
 
 

If its a great overclocker and cooler im willing to pay
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10 Aug 2013   #27
Lady Fitzgerald

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

The Ivy Bridge-e is rumored to have the heat spreader soldered to the chip, same as the Sandy Bridges and Sandy Bridge-es (and earlier), unlike the non-enthusiast Ivy Bridges. I don't know if there will be any new boards coming out when IB-e is released, though. I went with the Sandy Bridge-e back in March because I needed (and wanted) a new machine then, not later this year (it's never wise to buy into new technology before there has been enough time to work out the inevitable bugs), and the X79 platform has more PCI-e lanes available.
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10 Aug 2013   #28
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BigTabs View Post
If its a great overclocker and cooler im willing to pay

Big tabs i'm sure it will be a lot better going to Ivy Overclocking shouldn't matter to much at that point I mean 4.5 to 4.6 is a great Oc and for Intel doubt you need to crank it up to 4.8 Ghz

Even though we maintain high Oc's were still getting beat out by performance

if i can find that sabertooth board and the cpu for a good price i'll just chuck the ram I already have in there so hopefully I can get away for about 450.00 total upgrade
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10 Aug 2013   #29
BigTabs

Windows 7 64 (bit)
 
 

I'm going to wait and see what people say when its out
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10 Aug 2013   #30
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

IB-E won't even have a cooler with it. The cheapest CPU will be the 4 core 8 thread model at about $320, and there is next to no reason to buy it because it doesn't outperform the 3770K and the motherboards are more expensive. The best CPU for the money will be the mid-range CPU which will run about $540 and will be 6 cores and 12 threads. Most people going with the -Extreme line go with this processor. The high end CPU will be around $1000 and will perform marginally better than the ~$500 CPU.

Here is what is leaked so far, and this is probably accurate as they are coming out next month.

Haswell may not be a big deal as first thought-ib-e-pricing.jpg

Also, with almost double the TDP, IB-E will require a much better cooler when you start overclocking. A single radiator system just won't cut it.


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