Na, don't waste time on it. There is a partial answer here:Not at hand, I can try look for it if its important for you.
Its over a year ago since the news was settled on it. E3 also comes from the same die as mobiles and desktops.
The "some" here is an indication
I think the standard Bclk is 100MHz for Intel, so 200 is double.So back to stock Bclk. But the video you linked had him at 189MHz and 25 multiplier. That is an underclock of the Bclk so I don't know what he meant. So far no examples of a 200+ Bclk.
If anything his results stem from fast memory.
I've been itching for this upgrade for a year. Ultimately this upgrade depends entirely on springing for insanely expensive 3600MHz DDR4. Maybe $350 RAM.
I'm confused about cache being a separate speed? Is this similar to Uncore on Haswell? My head hurts with all the OC parameters except the obvious CPU/Mem speeds. Is this new, or is there a glossary somewhere?
This is oldskool style overclocking. Afaik Sandy Bridge was the first generation to move voltage regulation on to the CPU. Before this there were a lot more options although cache speed would have been rare.I'm also confused about this.
I hate to beg, but anyone?I realize it is somewhat off topic, but I'm asking here as it has become the focus of this thread. Does Haswell-E scale with memory speeds as dramatically as Skylake does?
I'm returning the kit in my sig due to errors, and because of Skylake's release, DDR4 prices have fallen again. So I'm pondering going with DDR4-2800 or 3000.
I don't think you should spend too much of a premium on high-frequency DDR4. The chips already have access to gobs of memory bandwidth thanks to the quad channel setup.I hate to beg, but anyone?
And yes, I have read Anand's article. But I just want a second opinion considering some might argue they butchered the Skylake tests.
Sure, as indicated in each graph.Rememeber some graphs, less=better.
Its a chain upgrade and yes. 3570K will be going out. Also getting a Skylake NUC as HTPC.Sure, as indicated in each graph.
Anyway, just curious, will you be getting Skylake yourself and if so why? You've already got a Haswell desktop CPU if I remember correctly, so the gain will barely be noticeable? If it's because of hobby/enthusiast reasons I can respect that...
The GT3 SKUs of the U series should be numbered 6x50; all of the models listed here are 6x00. The initial batch of Skylake-Us may not have GT3e and might be limited to GT2.Nice find nvgpu!
Those are some high clocks for 15W U parts. I'd like to know more about the 15W GT3e SKU, I wonder if the 28W parts are getting eDRAM too.
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