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    LOL @ ppl who think Mantle could work on nVidia...

    LOL @ ppl who think Mantle could work on nVidia hardware :rolleyes:

    This is deja vu, when AMD released x64 extensions and forced Intel to cross licence it for their CPUs. If GCN & Mantle takes...
  2. Yes but that doesn't matter because Intel has...

    Yes but that doesn't matter because Intel has their own fabs. If they had to order the chips through TSMC/Samsung like Qualcomm or Apple then the margins on a $37 chip will be lower because the fabs...
  3. Intel is NOT selling at a loss, they've had to...

    Intel is NOT selling at a loss, they've had to idle fab capacity due to weak demand before:...
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    Wow this will cause plenty of crushed cores if...

    Wow this will cause plenty of crushed cores if mounted naked..... Especially with "bowed" heatsinks like thermalright's
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    Not a bad sample, every review I've seen shows...

    Not a bad sample, every review I've seen shows that Haswell OCs worse than Ivy.
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    Probably caused by the dust build up on the...

    Probably caused by the dust build up on the cooler's fins.
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    Why do haswell mobos still have VRMs? They're...

    Why do haswell mobos still have VRMs? They're supposed to be integrated into the CPU substrate now. Why hasn't anyone noticed this??
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    If this happens, NV won't be allowed to use...

    If this happens, NV won't be allowed to use Intel's fabs until its contracts with TSMC have expired, which could be a year or 2. Unless Intel is willing to pay the cancellation penalties.
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    Just comparing all the upcoming SSDs that should...

    Just comparing all the upcoming SSDs that should hit stores before the end of the yr. Technically, the 'next' crucial is already out branded as the Plextor M5 since it uses the newer Marvell 9187 vs...
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    So for xmas this yr it'll be Samsung 840 (Triple...

    So for xmas this yr it'll be Samsung 840 (Triple core ARM Cortex R4 @ 300Mhz) vs Intel 525 (probably still sandforce2 controller but with 20nm NAND) vs OCZ Vector (Custom indilinx barefoot 3...
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    This uses the same controller as the M3........

    This uses the same controller as the M3..... what's different then?
  12. This makes perfect sense for Intel, they want...

    This makes perfect sense for Intel, they want enthusiasts buying SB-E instead of Ivy because there's more profit for them selling the LGA2011 platform.
  13. The gaming benchmarks are skewed because they're...

    The gaming benchmarks are skewed because they're using 1333Mhz Triple channel ram on the X58 VS 1200Mhz Dual channel ram on the Z77. Ivy Bridge is starved for memory bandwidth @ those settings,...
  14. Why would this be a 'gamble'? It's only the next...

    Why would this be a 'gamble'? It's only the next logical step. Stupid engadget trying to make their titles seem dramatic.
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    50mV ripple on the 12v is pretty average these...

    50mV ripple on the 12v is pretty average these days...... I recall an earlier review of this unit that showed maybe half of that. Wonder whose testing procedures are more accurate.

    Here it is:...
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    No, the L3 cache latency on the 3820 will still...

    No, the L3 cache latency on the 3820 will still lag behind an LGA1155 sandy bridge. Just because the 3820 has a castrated L3 cache doesn't mean that the latency is better. The design of the chip is...
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    The IPC per core is lower in SB-E because there's...

    The IPC per core is lower in SB-E because there's more latency in the L3 cache & memory. This explains the drop in most games. Some games will benefit enough from the larger L3 cache to offset the...
  18. This better hit 6Ghz stable on air with 22nm +...

    This better hit 6Ghz stable on air with 22nm + intergrated VRs.
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    Low load ripple is worse than I expected. What's...

    Low load ripple is worse than I expected. What's the deal with PWM mode vs PF mode?
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    Should've gotten the Archon. I have a similar...

    Should've gotten the Archon. I have a similar setup and the outer cores max out around the mid 80s with 2x TY-140 fans. Silver arrow is just the same as the IFX14 which came out during the C2Q LGA775...
  21. Uhh did anyone bother looking this on...

    Uhh did anyone bother looking this on thermalright's website?? Compare the specs yourself:

    http://www.thermalright.com/products/index.php?act=data&cat_id=27&id=172
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  22. I don't speculate, I know the facts and have a...

    I don't speculate, I know the facts and have a firm grasp on reality. Intel is Goliath, AMD is David and while it's always nice to see David slay Goliath (Like with Athlon 64), the reality is that...
  23. My friends @ AMD have already game benched them...

    My friends @ AMD have already game benched them and you can tell from the leaked MSRPs of the Bulldozer FX CPUs that they're a lot cheaper than the Sandy bridge K CPUs, which means they're a lot...
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    Surprised & disappointed that they're still using...

    Surprised & disappointed that they're still using the same controller as the G2, you'll need to raid0 a few of these for them to be useful in heavy duty servers.
  25. So this means that clock for clock, it'll be able...

    So this means that clock for clock, it'll be able to match Nehalem which came out in 2008.
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