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the 3930k is not 1000. its 570. google not workin?
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Why is everyone ****ting on this kid? I see nothing wrong with this option. Granted a 2600K will suffice for gaming just as much as a 3930K will, he wants a future proof option for now. He has no intention of being bogged down to a quad core. It's his money and he wants to spend it on appropriate enthusiast standings. So if he wants to have a 2011 processor, which will I'm sure have an upgrade down the line then why are you getting mad at him. It's like saying people who adopted 990X's are retarded because a 2600K games just as good. Who cares that's not why Intel makes them and not why consumers buy them. They want a top tier of their price range processor. X79+Kepler will be a dominator sure. Ivy Bridge can probably compete with it, sure. But don't knock him for getting into an enthusiasts market until you go and knock the enthusiasts that have been buying X58
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the 3930k is not 1000. its 570. google not workin?
I was mistaken. still going to be more expensive. X79 support pcie 3?
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I was mistaken. still going to be more expensive. X79 support pcie 3?
Yes X79 supports PCI-E 3.0
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Well in the end its up to him what he buys. He asked for a recomendation, though.
He did ask for a recommendation, but some people gave him an option he did not want to consider in the first place.

The title of the post says it all.
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Why is everyone ****ting on this kid? I see nothing wrong with this option. Granted a 2600K will suffice for gaming just as much as a 3930K will, he wants a future proof option for now. He has no intention of being bogged down to a quad core. It's his money and he wants to spend it on appropriate enthusiast standings. So if he wants to have a 2011 processor, which will I'm sure have an upgrade down the line then why are you getting mad at him. It's like saying people who adopted 990X's are retarded because a 2600K games just as good. Who cares that's not why Intel makes them and not why consumers buy them. They want a top tier of their price range processor. X79+Kepler will be a dominator sure. Ivy Bridge can probably compete with it, sure. But don't knock him for getting into an enthusiasts market until you go and knock the enthusiasts that have been buying X58
thank you. finally a well ordered non biased statement. you prolly realize the difference in performance against the comparable 5 series cards is within 20%.

spending 2x as much in grapics cards for a 20% gain is asinine at this point.

the x79 platform will be a serious winner.

BONUS!!! thanks for the hand.
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He did ask for a recommendation, but some people gave him an option he did not want to consider in the first place.

The title of the post says it all.
He just wants the newest and modernized tech. Which is not a problem considering if you are gonna get into computers why would you start any less. The 3820 is on par with a 2600 so he really comes down to overclocking and if it's necessary. All in all he wants X79 since that is what he intentionally plans to get right now since there are no other choices for an enthusiast level am I right?, aside from X58 which is getting replaced by this.
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True, I wouldn't consider 1155 an enthusiast platform at all and X79 is here to replace X58. My only issue with X79 is going to quad channel memory, I don't like how some of the boards place the slots on both sides of the CPU. Kind of conflicts with performance coolers.
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Why is everyone ****ting on this kid? I see nothing wrong with this option. Granted a 2600K will suffice for gaming just as much as a 3930K will, he wants a future proof option for now. He has no intention of being bogged down to a quad core. It's his money and he wants to spend it on appropriate enthusiast standings. So if he wants to have a 2011 processor, which will I'm sure have an upgrade down the line then why are you getting mad at him. It's like saying people who adopted 990X's are retarded because a 2600K games just as good. Who cares that's not why Intel makes them and not why consumers buy them. They want a top tier of their price range processor. X79+Kepler will be a dominator sure. Ivy Bridge can probably compete with it, sure. But don't knock him for getting into an enthusiasts market until you go and knock the enthusiasts that have been buying X58
A 990X (or its predecessors) was NEVER a good buy for a gamer. C2Qs still game plenty well, so whats this about not being "future proof" with a 2500K? You don't need top of the line processors to game. Past a certain point, the GPU is a MUCH more important part for a gamer, unless youre gaming at a stupid low resolution. By all means, it will do it just fine, but it is a terrible allocation of budget.


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thank you. finally a well ordered non biased statement. you prolly realize the difference in performance against the comparable 5 series cards is within 20%.

spending 2x as much in grapics cards for a 20% gain is asinine at this point.

the x79 platform will be a serious winner.

BONUS!!! thanks for the hand.
Compared to spending 2x as much on the CPU/mobo for a 0% gain?
No doubt the X79 platform will be a beast. But you don't buy a Ferrari to get to work.
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A 990X (or its predecessors) was NEVER a good buy for a gamer. C2Qs still game plenty well, so whats this about not being "future proof" with a 2500K? You don't need top of the line processors to game. Past a certain point, the GPU is a MUCH more important part for a gamer, unless youre gaming at a stupid low resolution. By all means, it will do it just fine, but it is a terrible allocation of budget.




Compared to spending 2x as much on the CPU/mobo for a 0% gain?
No doubt the X79 platform will be a beast. But you don't buy a Ferrari to get to work.
He's not going off a budget though. He's building the best he can from the best pieces of technology he can get. Granted a Xtreme is atrocious money and he realizes this. He is being realistic in his request. So anyways back to why this thread was started. 3930K so you can overclock down the line and continue to upgrade graphics until the CPU is bottleneck. End of story thread closed, thank you
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