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    hokiealumnus I was wondering when you overclocked IB did it use more power than the SB clock for clock? Did you measure the power with a Kill-A-Watt?

    Just wondering if there is more current draw overclocking with the tri-gate transistors.
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    Do we know how the non-hyperthreaded version, the 3570, will heat up with overclocking?
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    I'm 3 gens behind. So IB would be a win-win for me.
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    So when is someone gonna pop the IHS on one of these

    EDIT: ouch, so I see it's been done - http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?...&postcount=107

    That's not a fun shape to try and cover with heatpipes...
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    ^That's what I was about to ask!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xrror View Post
    So when is someone gonna pop the IHS on one of these

    EDIT: ouch, so I see it's been done - http://hwbot.org/forum/showpost.php?...&postcount=107

    That's not a fun shape to try and cover with heatpipes...
    That's what the IHS is for

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    I might sound dumb, but none of my graphic cards have IHS: the HSF is in direct contact with the die.
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    Does the IGP take load away from my GPU or is it redundant unless i am running a system with no GPU?
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    Excellent review, but I think it will be quite a while till SB needs a TRUE upgrade...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupaMonkey View Post
    Does the IGP take load away from my GPU or is it redundant unless i am running a system with no GPU?
    The IGP is not going to boost your stand alone GPU in anyway.

    [Edit] actually there might be some third party software that will hock your IGP to your GPU, i just cant remember what it was.
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    Whilst it doesn't seem to be much of a step up from SB, I will probably buy one in the summer. I could do with a lower amount of heat in my room! Plus with the high temperature when overclocking will mean my water cooling has work to do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badbonji View Post
    Whilst it doesn't seem to be much of a step up from SB, I will probably buy one in the summer. I could do with a lower amount of heat in my room! Plus with the high temperature when overclocking will mean my water cooling has work to do...
    Eh? how will this chip cool your room down XD. If anything your rads are going to giving off alot more heat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audioaficionado View Post
    I'm 3 gens behind. So IB would be a win-win for me.
    so would a SB :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by xander89 View Post
    Eh? how will this chip cool your room down XD. If anything your rads are going to giving off alot more heat!
    200W is 200W. Doesnt matter if it comes from a heatsink or a radiator. (Or in this case 77W vs 95W)

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    Does the IGP take load away from my GPU or is it redundant unless i am running a system with no GPU?
    Yes. Yes it will. Lucid Logix MVP.
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    @ Hokie
    Thanks for confirming 3960X speeds. I was just curious because I recently purchased an 3930K and am glad to see it (X79) doing well. Once overclocked it should maintain a healthy lead

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupaMonkey View Post
    Does the IGP take load away from my GPU or is it redundant unless i am running a system with no GPU?
    You can run programs that use QuickSync -mostly video editing/manipulating/converting- on the iGPU. Those programs can run their specific tasks MUCH faster using QuickSync. The problem is,
    Quote Originally Posted by Frakk View Post
    The IGP is not going to boost your stand alone GPU in anyway.

    [Edit] actually there might be some third party software that will hock your IGP to your GPU, i just cant remember what it was.
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    Yes. Yes it will. Lucid Logix MVP.
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    @ Hokie
    Thanks for confirming 3960X speeds. I was just curious because I recently purchased an 3930K and am glad to see it (X79) doing well. Once overclocked it should maintain a healthy lead
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    Quote Originally Posted by xander89 View Post
    Eh? how will this chip cool your room down XD. If anything your rads are going to giving off alot more heat!
    incorrect.. It is only hotter at the core where the temps are taken. The heatsink only has to deal with 77watts vs the 95 of SB for example. The heatsink should still be quite cool to the touch on most occasions with IB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diaz View Post
    incorrect.. It is only hotter at the core where the temps are taken. The heatsink only has to deal with 77watts vs the 95 of SB for example. The heatsink should still be quite cool to the touch on most occasions with IB.
    Thats incorrect IB at 4.8GHz oc is 277 watts load and stock it's 134W load. My SB at 4.8GHz is 233 watts.
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