You've met Haswell, but have you overclocked it?

Subject: Processors | June 3, 2013 - 06:53 PM |
Tagged: haswell, z87, overclocking

If you haven't read your fill about Haswell's architecture you should cast your eyes onto Ryan's full review for an indepth look at the new design of Intel's Core processors.  If you have already done your homework and are now more interested in how well this new processor can overclock then heading to [H]ard|OCP will satisfy your curiosity.  When testing for the best overclock [H] utilized two different Z87 boards from ASUS to ensure we could see what the processor could do, not just what the motherboard was capable of but in the end the results were similar.  They also included a quick guide at the end for those wanting to apply an overclock without spending a lot of time in the BIOS.   Check it out here.

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"Intel's clock keeps ticking and today lands on a "tock" in the development cycle. The new desktop Haswell processor represents a new microarchitecture built on the tried and true 22nm process technology that we have come to know and love with Intel's current Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. But what does Haswell mean for the computer enthusiast?"

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Source: [H]ard|OCP
June 3, 2013 | 11:53 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

After the disappointment for desktop users and Ryan's review of said disappointment, upon seeing this article I was looking for someone to lynch.

Accidentally clicked the Podcast link and saw Ryan's innocent little face. You have been saved by the angry Intel lynch mod Ryan. You were saved.

June 17, 2013 | 09:15 AM - Posted by 3dfxrain (not verified)

Yes I have overclocked it.

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