Core i7-3770K-3570K and Core i5 with TDP of 77W spotted
Microprocessors Intel Core desktop third-generation “Ivy Bridge-DT” yet to play a month on the market, but if there is a fact that has tarnished its reputation with overclockers, this has been its high temperature to Give you overclock, factor thought I had something to do with the generic thermal paste between the die and the IHS of the chip , but then Intel itself said that it had nothing to do with the paste and the chip met the specific heat with which it was designed originally .
The issue of thermal paste again be on everyone’s lips when it was determined that the internal thermal paste if it influences the high temperatures of the chip , try that brought down the arguments used by intel in its official statement. In order to further controversy about it, have begun to appear curiously core i7 and i5 chips, but with a TDP of 77W instead of 95W that were released the first copies.
Xtreme Systems users rose some images of these new copies of microprocessors 77W Core i7-3770K-3570K and Core i5, which unlike the first production in Malaysia, are manufactured in Costa Rica (but commented that there are copies made in Malaysia with TDP of 77W, but so far no images of them).
They know the difference between the two copies (other than TDP printed on the boxes), but apparently the IMC (Integrated Memory Controller) of the CPUs manufactured in Costa Rica “is not as Members Active” such as those manufactured in Malaysia.
Link: Different TDP on 3770K? (Xtreme Systems)Tags: 77W, 95W, core, Costa Rica, CPU, i5-3570k, i7-3770K, intel, ivy bridge-dt, Malaysia, microprocessor, processor, TDP