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This is an unboxing of the Intel 3770K Ivy Bridge Intel Core i7 CPU. This CPU was selected for the Ultimate Gaming PC Build 2012 because of it's amazing performance, specifically in gaming related tasks. The 3770k can also be overclocked significantly which I'll be demonstrating at during the post-build tests. Enjoy this Intel 3770k unboxing!
21 Aug 2012
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This is my 2012 MacBook Air Review. This review covers the recently released 13" Ivy Bridge MacBook Air for 2012.
21 Jun 2012
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This is an unboxing of the newest 2012 13" MacBook Air with Ivy Bridge and USB 3. This unboxing covers the main improvements to the 2012 13" MacBook Air including a bump in processing power (Ivy Bridge), USB 3, 720p FaceTime Camera & the ability to upgrade the RAM to 8GB total.
21 Jun 2012
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*******www.tweaktown**** It's been a fairly busy day for the TweakTown Taipei team with a visit to GEIL and then we headed on over to MSI who were nearby. We were shown a few products during our meeting, but the one that stood out to us the most was their upcoming Z77A-GD80 motherboard. This board supports the upcoming Intel Ivy Bridge processors which if you have been reading TweakTown this past week, you know quite a bit about now. What's probably the most interesting feature of this motherboard is that it comes with a Thunderbolt connector. It's the first time we've seen a Z77 board with Thunderbolt onboard and that's pretty impressive. We have heard rumours around Taipei of more boards including Thunderbolt, but at this stage of the game, MSI is out in front in this department. The chip onboard to provide the Thunderbolt supported is made by Intel, we're not exactly sure what chip it is, but it's labeled with W138TA17, if that means anything to you. It doesn’t have any form of cooling (even passive), so we would assume that the chip doesn’t get that hot to warrant it. We really look forward to checking out Thunderbolt performance on this motherboard especially comparing it against the numbers we get from USB 3.0, SATA 3.0 and eSATA. Stay tuned for that in the weeks ahead!
23 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
15 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
14 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
13 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
5 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
3 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
2 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
1 Mar 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
29 Feb 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
28 Feb 2012
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Are laptop cooling pads worth the money and power consumption? Can I pull the 2.5 inch drive out of a cheap external HD and put it inside my notebook? Solar cells, portable batteries, generators and your car... we talk emergency options for when the power is out, and more!
27 Feb 2012
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Dave Graveline interviewed Dan Snyder from Intel at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Learn about Intel's Ivy Bridge and their next generation of processors.
24 Sep 2011
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UPDATE 06/02/13: Haswell just launched, and it looks like Intel did not change the manufacturing process of the thermal paste. Haswell still uses paste instead of solder between the IHS and die. The CPU in the video is an Ivy Bridge, but the delidding of Haswell still applies. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 00:15 - temps before mod 02:24 - removing the IHS 10:02 - cleaning old stock thermal paste 12:56 - cleaning sealant glue 15:54 - applying new thermal paste 17:27 - installation into motherboard 20:27 - concluding temp results Intro and background: With this generation of Intel processors, Intel decided to cut corners and use very cheap TIM (thermal interface material) between the bare CPU die and the top IHS (integrated heat spreader). Cheap TIM does not transfer heat away from the die well, that's why Ivy Bridge processor heat up very fast, especially when overclocking. With Sandy Bridge and earlier CPU's, Intel used fluxless soldering between the CPU die and the IHS, so they do not have this problem. By taking the IHS off of Ivy Bridge processors to apply a better TIM, you can get a significant reduction in temperatures without needing additional cooling hardware. As a result from this simple mod, you may get a higher max overclock, more stable results, or reduction in fan noise for a quieter computer. Do not try this with Sandy Bridge or earlier processor generations since they are soldered on, and much harder to remove the IHS. At the time of this video, here are all the Ivy Bridge models that this works on: i7-3770K i7-3770S i7-3770 i5-3570K i5-3570 i5-3550 i5-3470 i5-3450S i5-3450
13 Sep 2014
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