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Lyserberg December 24, 2011 02:08 AM

the 2700K unboxing please :3
 
Hello Linus
I actually do wait for the 2700k unboxing,To see how this CPU looks and if it does worth an extra bucks (here euros) to go for over the 2600k :blarg:
Anyways NCIX is the only one who provides u with this stuff,hoping to see that soon :)
Intel Core i7-2700K Sandy Bridge 3.5 GHz CPU Review - Intel Core i7-2700K CPU - Legit Reviews
here's the review :)
The video rendering is so much better,some motion blur has gone,that proves that ur working on it :3

supaflyx3 December 24, 2011 05:18 AM

Why would he? It's a 2600K with a 100mhz boost. They still clock the same and look exactly the same.

Ed103194 December 24, 2011 01:36 PM

haha yeah its just the cpu, stock heatsink, and the manual with the intel sticker on it, just watch the 2600k,2500k unboxing and for every 5 or 6 you see replace it with a 7

zsamz_ December 24, 2011 02:57 PM

most 2600k are better than the 2700k

unless you running stock lol

wonton1017 December 24, 2011 06:32 PM

Hmm, the five i7 2600k that I've tried needed at least 1.37v to reach 4.8ghz and 1.45v to reach 5ghz.

The i7 2700k's are binned for higher clocks, the first and only one I ever had was delivered 2 days ago and it reached 4.8ghz at 1.32v and 1.4v for 5ghz.

So if you plan to overclock these over the 4.6ghz range, i7 2700k's are USUALLY better.

Sagath December 24, 2011 08:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wonton1017 (Post 583050)
Hmm, the five i7 2600k that I've tried needed at least 1.37v to reach 4.8ghz and 1.45v to reach 5ghz.

The i7 2700k's are binned for higher clocks, the first and only one I ever had was delivered 2 days ago and it reached 4.8ghz at 1.32v and 1.4v for 5ghz.

So if you plan to overclock these over the 4.6ghz range, i7 2700k's are USUALLY better.

I have a 2700k. At 1.36v it will do 4.5ghz. Not all chips are equal. Just because its binned for 2700k, doesnt mean its 'better' then the 2600ks for overclockers.

zsamz_ December 24, 2011 09:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sagath (Post 583086)
I have a 2700k. At 1.36v it will do 4.5ghz. Not all chips are equal. Just because its binned for 2700k, doesnt mean its 'better' then the 2600ks for overclockers.


exactly

my 2600k will do 4.8 1.35v /5.0 1.42v /5.2 1.48v
multi is 54x:sad:

Lyserberg December 25, 2011 12:55 AM

If Linus already unboxed the 2600K and the 2500k,but also the core i3 2105 and 2100 i can't see any trouble + The Core i7 2700k is without a doubt the new fully fleshed (the king) of 1155 Chips,if u quite read the review you'll find out that it's mostly made for non-OCers,who want to get better perfomance than AMD Bulldozer CPU,actually if i had a PC to buy and i had the 2600k on the list,i wouldn't mind get the 2700k for an extra 15-30 bucks
This extra speed can be very handy

lowfat December 25, 2011 10:11 AM

Remember it is unlocked. So it isn't any faster than the 2600k unless you leave it at stock. Which kind of defeats the purpose of buying an unlocked CPU.

jibz December 25, 2011 10:40 AM

I didn't think the 2700k was binned at all.

All 2600k chips will run one multiplier higher within spec with ease so why not bump it up and release it as the 2700k and EOL the 2600k.

They're litterally the exact same processor, you can get a good 2600k and a bad 2700k and vice versa.

I'm just curious if a golden 3770k will run 5ghz at 1.35v, cool on air.


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