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thumb.gif WHY LGA 2011? Lga 2011 is the BEST CPU out. It's all about POWER!
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By the way I'm running 3930k, the best CPU for the $$$.
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thumb.gif WHY LGA 2011? Lga 2011 is the BEST CPU out. It's all about POWER!

+1 biggrin.gif
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By the way I'm running 3930k, the best CPU for the $$$.

depends.... I use it for games mostly, plus the cost 3930K = 2 x 3820.... so I chose 3820 smile.gif
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Just an update on my USB 3.0 issue. Those Silverstone people. They're ninjas! Emailed me asking if it was me who had posted in this thread! LOL. Damn Ninjas... Found my secret identity! tongue.gif.
On a serious note; the new service representative that I'm dealing with now is far more helpful; and has done her best to help me out. I've filled out an RMA form directly with them; and they're looking into getting the specific part number (even sent me a PDF file with the case in exploded view; showing each individual part and respective number/name) into their warehouse to send to me next week (so is hoped). I am much happier knowing that something's actually been done about it now; even if I have to wait; I don't mind waiting; as long as I'm not in the dark like how I felt before they emailed me again today. +1 respect for Silverstone.
May I ask why you went socket 2011 when you're using a somewhat lower end quad core on it as well? I strongly feel 2011 is for those who require the hex cores and such... If you're going to buy quad; why not stick with LGA 1155? i7 3770K last I checked thrashes the i7 3820. And the Asus Maximus Gene V is a fantastic board as well. And what are your LOAD temps? =).

Wow good to know we are getting covered here on ocn. Hope you get your issue fixed mate smile.gif
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Just thought i would post an update to my rig.

Previously i was running 2x 7970s in Crossfire with a Noctua NH-D14 on the CPU.

I've now updated to running 2x GTX680s in SLI with a Corsair H80 + 2x Noctua NFP12 fans:

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I think i'm going to move to ATX soon and try 3x GTX680s in tri-sli for some fun thumb.gif
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Just thought i would post an update to my rig.
Previously i was running 2x 7970s in Crossfire with a Noctua NH-D14 on the CPU.
I've now updated to running 2x GTX680s in SLI with a Corsair H80 + 2x Noctua NFP12 fans:
slil.jpg
I think i'm going to move to ATX soon and try 3x GTX680s in tri-sli for some fun thumb.gif

Nice machine! very clean inside like mine...biggrin.gif
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Just thought i would post an update to my rig.
Previously i was running 2x 7970s in Crossfire with a Noctua NH-D14 on the CPU.
I've now updated to running 2x GTX680s in SLI with a Corsair H80 + 2x Noctua NFP12 fans:
I think i'm going to move to ATX soon and try 3x GTX680s in tri-sli for some fun thumb.gif

Very nice mate, how are the temps/noise with the 680's on air?
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thumb.gif WHY LGA 2011? Lga 2011 is the BEST CPU out. It's all about POWER!

I disagree tongue.gif. For gaming purposes a i5 3570K > LGA 2011 with a 3820. Plus 'best' is purely subjective to the needs of the user =)
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depends.... I use it for games mostly, plus the cost 3930K = 2 x 3820.... so I chose 3820 smile.gif

Which is exactly why I asked you went this platform.. LGA 1155 is frankly better for gaming in the sense that you can spend less on the platform; and more on your graphics card. I mean if you've got money to burn; sure LGA 2011 is the best. But consider this.. A decent board in Aus is around 150 odd dollars for LGA 1155. LGA 2011 is closer to 300. The i7 3930k is 600 bucks. The i5 3570k is 250. 450 bucks saved for the same performance for games alone. If you use your machine to render; fine; but if it's just for gaming seems like a HUGE waste of money. Personally anyway... Granted if you're running LGA 2011 I'd expect you to be running HD 7970s/GTX 670/680s. If you're running GTX 560 Ti's or something I'd wonder what went through your head... Lol. tongue.gif.

This is just my opinion though... :shrug:
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I disagree tongue.gif. For gaming purposes a i5 3570K > LGA 2011 with a 3820. Plus 'best' is purely subjective to the needs of the user =)
Which is exactly why I asked you went this platform.. LGA 1155 is frankly better for gaming in the sense that you can spend less on the platform; and more on your graphics card. I mean if you've got money to burn; sure LGA 2011 is the best. But consider this.. A decent board in Aus is around 150 odd dollars for LGA 1155. LGA 2011 is closer to 300. The i7 3930k is 600 bucks. The i5 3570k is 250. 450 bucks saved for the same performance for games alone. If you use your machine to render; fine; but if it's just for gaming seems like a HUGE waste of money. Personally anyway... Granted if you're running LGA 2011 I'd expect you to be running HD 7970s/GTX 670/680s. If you're running GTX 560 Ti's or something I'd wonder what went through your head... Lol. tongue.gif.
This is just my opinion though... :shrug:

Hi, I'd consider the 3770K with Maximus V Gene, but unfortunately 3770K out of stock my local MSY when I was purchasing parts. Plus that day I sold my old setup (Rampage III Gene, i7 950 etc..) so i don't have computer to use and dont wanna wait for the 3770K~~ thats why i chose the Rampage Gene again, but next Gen!

Re graphic card, Im keep using my old GTX580 ATM, and waiting for EVGA 680 4gb w/ backplate back to stock in PCCG...
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