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CPU More Haswell leaks

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Neogumbercules, 13 May 2013.

  1. Neogumbercules

    Neogumbercules New Member

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    Not sure if this has been posted here yet (search didn't show much) but another Chinese website has dropped an entire Haswell review.
    http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/di...edged_Intel_Core_i7_4770K_Haswell_Review.html

    Looks to be pretty much on par with Ivy, only with better IGP. Now I guess the only reason someone with Ivy would have to upgrade would be IF Intel decided to use a soldered IHS. At that point, for someone with money to spend and who truly cares about such things, it may be worth migrating. However, it seems like it may not be a worthwhile upgrade for performance.
     
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    Nexxo * Prefab Sprout – The King of Rock 'n' Roll

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    Power consumption? TDP?
     
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    mrbungle Undercooked chicken giver

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    Not particularly impressive stock vs stock but we already knew that.

    The max clocks on air will hopefully be more interesting.
     
  4. Neogumbercules

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    I think these are the power consumption charts. Looks like Haswell eats more watts under load, but it slightly less power hungry when idle. http://www.chinadiy.com.cn/html/24/n-9024-14.html

    Temp wise, http://www.chinadiy.com.cn/html/24/n-9024-12.html looks to be about the same as Ivy. Don't think those are OC temps though.

    Looks like under OC, Haswell is very temperature sensitive as well. http://www.chinadiy.com.cn/html/24/n-9024-16.html

    OK temps at 4.3Ghz 1.05v ~71c

    Lowest stable 4.5Ghz voltage this reviewer could get was 1.13, which shot the temps up to 92c :0

    Interesting that the FSB is waaay more flexible with Haswell though.

    Maybe Intel used TIM again instead of solder on this early batch.
     
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