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AthlonXP1800
10-16-11, 05:22 AM
http://www.chiphell.com/data/attachment/forum/201110/14/2129042fzlsi7271xs22xj.jpg

http://www.chiphell.com/data/attachment/forum/201110/14/212859iykziigwlny2i79n.jpg

http://www.chiphell.com/data/attachment/forum/201110/14/212857vbz65vuxu36aa45a.jpg

http://www.chiphell.com/data/attachment/forum/201110/14/2129015i7cm4444i87jmmj.jpg

Wow top end Core i7 3700K running at 77W to replace current 95W Core i7 2600K and upcoming 2700K. :)

3700K going to be so amazing at overclocking easier than 2600/2700K. :)

http://vr-zone.com/articles/intel-cpus-overclocked-sandy-easy-ivy-easier-haswell-easiest-/13733.html

Johnny C
10-17-11, 09:01 AM
AMD is pooched...

Yaboze
10-17-11, 10:50 PM
AMD is pooched...

Big time....:(

Competition is good, the last thing we need is another Pentium 4.

K007
10-18-11, 03:03 AM
i see lego pics..

K007
10-18-11, 03:11 AM
so the ivy not compatibple with the current mobo?..p67?

Rummy
10-18-11, 03:17 AM
i see lego pics..

Me too.

Rummy
10-18-11, 03:19 AM
so the ivy not compatibple with the current mobo?..p67?

Yes, Ivy will be socket 1155, the next one is socket 2011.

Dazz
10-27-11, 02:35 PM
I am pretty sure it's the BIOS macro that is the problem and seems to be none user upgradable. So currenty P67's won't work. The Z68 is debatable.

jcrox
10-27-11, 04:10 PM
I thought the issue was Ivy will require PCI-E 3.0 mobos... so no P67, some Z68.

My Z68 board specifically says it's Ivy compatible