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    Default Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Just found temps on the new 4770K, which runs hotter than the Ivy 3770K, especially at 4.6GHz, even at stock clocks, so if you already own a 3770K it looks like your better off not moving to Haswell. I knew there was a reason no one was showing temps before: Click image for larger version

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    This probably makes AMD all warm and fuzzy inside.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Might matter to air coolers.
    Might matter to tourist AIO posers.
    Not gonna matter to those using real WaCo. Or better.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    the TDP has increased from 77w in Ivybridge to 84w in Haswell, that explains the increase in the temps

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    damn!
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Another reason for me to go with AMD

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Rather stay with either a Sandy Bridge-E or a lapped 3770K, but like I've been saying for months, if you already own a 3770K there's no need to upgrade. There should also me more Haswell reviews being released, so lets wait and see if all the reviews show the same kind of Temps. I tried getting Kenny a 4770K from a guy I know in Hong Kong, but the only ES chip he had was buggy, and said he would never sell it to someone that needed a chip to do reviews.
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    I just slapped my forehead after the realization that, of course it runs hotter, it has on-die VReg. Duh. No chip before it has, so it can't really be compared to previous gen in regards to TDP.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    from the reviews ive seen the 4670K not looking that great either. dude needed 1.44v just to get 4.6. could just be that particular chip but damn. i just ill stick with my 2500k for now. idk if it was just that case but the 4770k's seem to overclock better than the 4670k's and need less volts.
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    so do you think its worth upgrading to Haswell from Sandy Bridge?
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    No. Hell no.

    The small performance gains are not enough to give up proper overclocking potential. Maybe in the next Haswell iteration, but not the preliminary.

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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    This is what I've been saying right along, however I did just purchase two of them so we can get our Z87 reviews finished
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    did you hear about the Z87 usb 3.0 issues with usb drives?
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Tee, post the link , thanks ! As far as the 4770K temps, Kenny should be testing them with water cooling, and once I receive a Z87 board, I'll also test my 4770K under water as well as a 12 TEC chiller and report temps
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Tee, post the link , thanks ! As far as the 4770K temps, Kenny should be testing them with water cooling, and once I receive a Z87 board, I'll also test my 4770K under water as well as a 12 TEC chiller and report temps
    Source points to Haswell Z87 USB bug | bit-tech.net

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    Intel Haswell USB 3.0 Issues Over in July 2013? Intel Announces C2 Stepping Chipsets - Legit Reviews
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    Default Re: Haswell 4770K another hot box

    Hey Doctor_Death!
    Just asking if you already have the Z87X-OC in for review? I'm kind of curious, the price seems so low for an OC board

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