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Delavan April 14, 2012 08:41 PM

Ivy Bridge worse clocker than Sandy?
 
Just seen that elsewhere. Sorry if it's a repost!

Ivy Bridge gets 95W TDP, worse overclocker than Sandy Bridge - www.nordichardware.com

TDP is now 95 watts instead of 77 watts, and overclocking is 200 to 300 mhz less in capability?
Of course, IB brings a lot of little improvements here and there, and IPC are 7% higher, so it's not a catastrophe...

elmorejohn46 April 14, 2012 11:26 PM

I see on at least three sites saying the same thing ,This thing needs LN to cool it if you are going to overclock.This is real dissapointing.Maybe they will come out with a new stepping that does not run so hot.But right now I am glad I went ahead and bought a SAndy-Bridge.when they are talking about 95c on water cooled at 4.6gigs that is not good.

bissa April 15, 2012 12:35 AM

damn, with my 2500K I'm at 4.6 stable and I only hit 50-60 on psudo water cooling.

elmorejohn46 April 15, 2012 03:31 AM

That uucks if this is true ,but I have seen three sites and they all say the same ,it runs hot.even the box you show says 95w ,I thought it was going to be 77w.They were useing water cooling on them Corsair 100 and it still ran very hot 85c when overclocked.Plus the game reviews I have seen does't show it to be much faster then a sandy bridge.

Bond007 April 15, 2012 05:08 AM

This would be pretty disappointing. Could be slight issues with the 3d transistor that needs ironing out.

Arinoth April 15, 2012 05:17 AM

Gotta remember not every socket can be a winner guys in every field compared to its previous generation.

Look at some of the sockets from the past, hell look at Bulldozer:whistle:

Masteroderus April 15, 2012 01:54 PM

LoL! Intel pulled an AMD!

chubaka April 15, 2012 02:02 PM

more interested if this applies to mobile ivy bridges with integrated hd 4000. im hoping its not the case as im thinking of getting an ultrabook..

botat29 April 15, 2012 02:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chubaka (Post 620961)
more interested if this applies to mobile ivy bridges with integrated hd 4000. im hoping its not the case as im thinking of getting an ultrabook..

I don't believe so, Intel invest a lot in the ultrabook technology, they really want this share of the market.

terrybear April 17, 2012 01:02 PM

This isnt a shocker realy, I told peaple on here many moons ago that if they think intel's gonna be improving/getting better there not CAUSE there re-rolling the same netburst core as back in the P3 days.

Peaple may want to call AMD's latest cpu "Faildozer", but at least there trying to inovate/improve not like intel whom just redesign's/retweaks the same thing they've had for over a decade.


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