Intel to launch is Haswell refresh products May 10th 2014

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The link takes us to a page that says that the story does not exist.
     
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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Haswell-E in September? Ah, I thought we're gonna see it a little sooner :nerd:
     
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    I'm interested in the improved TIM bit. Let's see if Intel delivers.
     
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    That's what i am most interested in as well.If they do a good job and temps are far lower than current Haswell chips,
    this will lead to more overclocking headroom,within reasonable voltage of course.
    If the above statement turns out true and i already had a Haswell based pc, i would be pretty upset with Intel as will most owners that love overclocking.

    (Just a thought) Intel had already released Ivy bridge which had very bad thermals due to the tim used in the cpu's.
    I don't understand why the original Haswell chips did not improve in that area and they had to release the refresh for the tim improvement.
     
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    Well it depends, atm TIM is not that bad for normal usage.. Or I guess I just got a little lucky with voltages

    @ 4.7GHz I never see it above 65C during heavy gaming,
    @4.6ghz never above 60C,
    @ 4.5ghz never above 55C.

    Usually by all ~ 40-50C on avg.

    2 extreme gaming scenarios @ 4.6Ghz, LP2 is the hottest with jobthread=8.
    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  9. BLEH!

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    I guess they must be having issues with 14 nm, IIRC Broadwell shoulda been out by now.

    Me too, I was hoping June/July.

    We can hope. A return to solder would be really helpful like SB, but I don't think the onboard VRMs help the heat situation anything, particularly.

    Won the silicon lottery? :p
     
  10. NeoElNino

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    What the hell Intel! I just sold my Z87 mobo, memory and CPU bcse it was announced that Haswell-E will be launched in June/July 2014. Now its September? thats too far for me to wait and survive on my laptop...
     

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    Noobs. This is why you don't believe rumors about release dates lol.
     
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    I guess that the chance of getting VT-d in the K models is close to none.
     
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    Are you sure that Haswell-E is going to be "delayed" until September? This is the only place I've seen report that.
     
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    There was never any official confirmation of a release date to being with. So technically nothing has been "delayed". But wccf and Toms are both reporting 2nd half of 2014 for a release.
     
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    I must've read it as second quarter. I sure hope it's close to the beginning of the second half. I've been waiting so long now, I'm almost ready to just pull the trigger on a 4770k/4790k.
     

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    TBH, you've waited this long. It wont kill you to wait just a little longer. :D
     
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    This mechanical hard drive kills me a little bit inside, every day. :nerd:
     
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    Man if Intel Does deliver with the TIM in the Refresh Haswell K based processors then I might be interesting in getting the 4790k rather than the 4770k if the pricing stays the same.
     

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