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    Haswell i5 4670K/i7 4770K batch and o/c results

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    I think that we could list all reviews from yesterday:

    Here is our review in Italian.
    [*]http://www.techstation.it/hardware/a...swell-423.html

    Could we do a list for each language?

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    Made a trip over to MicroCenter (Westmont, IL) and picked up a 4770K/motherboard combo. They seemed to have all the same batch#... L310B492... this morning.

    Maybe I'll get something setup/running later today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolRoger View Post
    Made a trip over to MicroCenter (Westmont, IL) and picked up a 4770K/motherboard combo. They seemed to have all the same batch#... L310B492... this morning.

    Maybe I'll get something setup/running later today.
    Both of the ones I picked up there this morning were L310B492 also, asked if they had any CR but no luck.


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    Malay or Costa ? (it's the same MC I'l go to )
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    Slightly OT but is anyone aware if Intel is using the same thermal adhesive to hold the IHS to the die with Haswell that they used on Ivy or are they going back to welds? If it is glue, I am looking forward to someone writing their experience de-lidding it and replacing the crap with a high quality TIM.

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    http://www.silentpcreview.com/forums...p?f=28&t=64782

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    Just picked up two L312B332 from Fry's will test tonight/tomorrow.
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    4770K L312B460

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    Thanks owikh for this helpful post

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    Quote Originally Posted by XBrytanX View Post
    Thanks owikh for this helpful post
    My pleasure.

    4770K @ 4.6 (undelidded) = 3770K @ 5.0 (delidded)

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    Still trying to get uncore to run at 5000
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    did you tried higher clocks with LN2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by owikh84 View Post
    My pleasure.

    4770K @ 4.6 (undelidded) = 3770K @ 5.0 (delidded)
    Thanks but this makes my 3770k very sad...BTW the ram speed is higher on the 4770k but I don't think it made that much of a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    did you tried higher clocks with LN2?
    Testing atm with 5ghz, trying to get 5ghz uncore stable before full cold, whatever that is lol

    It seems 5ghz uncore is going to require a lot of volts on this cpu, if it even happens.
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    Is it worth the upgrade from a 2600K?
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    MVIE flashed to 0006 bios, now 5.0GHz is bootable and benchable with 2 cores enabled. Max temp 72C.

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    i was waiting for months for haswell release, now i am disappointed

    what is it for people who overclock their ivy bridge? The Haswell motherboard cost more, the cpu cost more, but after overclocking, you could hardly feel the difference, why would i want to spend money on it?
    also the so call high end side is also horrible , the x79 has nothing for x77 users.
    Looks like nothing for me for years. I am disappointed, i was ready to buy buy buy, now i will keep the money in the bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ma2ha3 View Post
    what is it for people who overclock their ivy bridge? The Haswell motherboard cost more, the cpu cost more, but after overclocking, you could hardly feel the difference, why would i want to spend money on it?
    also the so call high end side is also horrible , the x79 has nothing for x77 users.
    Looks like nothing for me for years. I am disappointed, i was ready to buy buy buy, now i will keep the money in the bank.
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    OK... Here are a few screen shots from my 4770K sample...

    47x ~6hrs "crunching" Rosetta 100% load:


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    Quote Originally Posted by PolRoger View Post
    OK... Here are a few screen shots from my 4770K sample...
    47x Cinebench 11.5:
    nice pol if someone wants a comparison here my 3770K at 5GHz HT / 2666CL10 seems the 4770K at 4.7 pumps like the 3770K at 5Ghz

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    Looks like L310 is a nice batch...if delidded the chip perhaps up more with nice temps

    Ha! ha!...Haswell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hersounds View Post
    Looks like L310 is a nice batch...if delidded the chip perhaps up more with nice temps
    I think there is quite a bit of chip to chip variation with HS... It is a little early to say but I've seen others complaining about the quality of the L310xxx batch(s)
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    I agree my friend, I have notepad here and writing info about batchs , L310 and L312 seems good.
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