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SB-E already comes with an Intel branded Asetek H80-like AIO watercooling unit though.
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Thought you had to buy the cooler seperately from the CPU? unless they changed it.
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Glad i got a 2600K
No PCi 3 support
2 SATA 6G
Clock for clock performance identical to 1155
Runs hotter
Does not OC as well as 1155 due to heat and power consumption issues.

For gaming, you have to be dumb to get 2011.
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You have to buy it separately! rolleyes.gif
 
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Originally Posted by L36 View Post

Glad i got a 2600K
No PCi 3 support
2 SATA 6G
Clock for clock performance identical to 1155
Runs hotter
Does not OC as well as 1155 due to heat and power consumption issues.

For gaming, you have to be dumb to get 2011.

Wording a bit harsh, but this is very true. thumb.gif This is just what I was saying above.

Actually, the clock for clock performance is 1%-2% less than 1155 because of the latency increases related to 2 more cores and the huge cache.
Edited by JCPUser - 11/14/11 at 5:29pm
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Glad i got a 2600K
No PCi 3 support
2 SATA 6G
Clock for clock performance identical to 1155
Runs hotter
Does not OC as well as 1155 due to heat and power consumption issues.
For gaming, you have to be dumb to get 2011.

3930K crushes a 2700K in multithreaded apps. For people who will utilize all 6 cores this processor is a monster. Its our money. Why do you care how we spend it?

Look forward to some Tri Sli benchmarks.
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Can't wait to get one of these babies underwater for facebook and epeen.
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Originally Posted by Don Karnage View Post

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Originally Posted by L36 View Post

Glad i got a 2600K
No PCi 3 support
2 SATA 6G
Clock for clock performance identical to 1155
Runs hotter
Does not OC as well as 1155 due to heat and power consumption issues.
For gaming, you have to be dumb to get 2011.

3930K crushes a 2700K in multithreaded apps. For people who will utilize all 6 cores this processor is a monster. Its our money. Why do you care how we spend it?

Look forward to some Tri Sli benchmarks.

More looking forward to x79 vs. z68 comparisons for 3 and 4 GPUs... will be shocked if there is more than a 5% difference unless you are running 5760x1200 or 7680x1600. Not to mention that heat is going to limit clocks compared to SB.
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$650 what a rip off, they're charging $100 more than MSRP.
That includes the water cooler. Also, for the record, $550 is not MSRP; it is Intel's price per thousand units.
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Thought you had to buy the cooler seperately from the CPU? unless they changed it.
Yes, you do. For clarith, neither Bulldozer nor Sandy Bridge-E come with the water cooler (except in the Microcenter SNB-E combo pack).
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The watercooler is a big leap over years of keeping that crappy heatsink design, but it only supports up to 130W TDP, so you can't do any extreme OC'ing without aftermarket cooling. The thing I like it that I can give the Cooler to my cousin for his 2500K because I am going full watercooling smile.gif
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