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Ivy Bridge is here!!!!!
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Guys I don't know if you know already but IVY bridge is out. Right now i'm drooling over these processors.

Check them out here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductLis...y%20Bridge
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indeeed, but they seem is have only better power consumption and the same ocing limits
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#3
Well duh its 22nm so that's the only reason to buy em. plus the Intel 4000 Graphics.
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#4
They're not worth it if you already have 2500K or above.
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(04-29-2012, 05:13 PM)naoan Wrote: They're not worth it if you already have 2500K or above.

I dont I have a FX 8150 and a Phenom II 1090t x6.

So it would be a upgrade for me. either way.
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(04-29-2012, 05:13 PM)naoan Wrote: They're not worth it if you already have 2500K or above.

The 2500k seems to oc better
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The i5-3550 has HD Graphics 2500 (according to Intel), but Newegg is selling it with HD Graphics 4000. Scam!
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(04-29-2012, 05:35 PM)thatwasonce Wrote: The 2500k seems to oc better

Yes, but soon you probably won't be able to get it.
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(04-29-2012, 05:35 PM)thatwasonce Wrote: The 2500k seems to oc better

At the moment yes, however its been discovered theyre using TIM to connect the cpu cover to the cpu instead of soldering it, remember deshimming? Those were the days, they might be back again, possibly bringing the Ivybridge temps right down again Smile
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#10
It's likely that these first generation chips are going to be replaced by a better overclocking revision soon.
The 22nm process and 3d transistors are brand new technology and the fabs are probably still tweaking things.
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