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+1. Well said. thumb.gif
Each time new chips + new chipset are coming out, we hear the same song from from the preachers and the nay sayers... ''don't buy it, it's overpriced, better with this or that, not worth it, not useful for you, I know what's better for you, wait wait wait for the next thing coming, etc etc.''
But how cares? It's our money, we do what we want with it. wink.gif

I'm just saying from experience, have had a sample in this office for 2-3 months...My results are on par with Bit-Techs and Xbit's...

It's just not an enthusiast platform...I mean you get 2 cores extra but, you lose to the 990x in the overall game just to gain in encoding...Hands down it crushes X58 in encoding.

However, if you're not encoding...It's the same exact performance as the 2600ks since not even benches are utilizing the 2 extra cores.

I'm not hating just saying from experience...It is what it is.

I hope you encode because it's a killer when OC'd.
post #52 of 96
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Really sick of hearing this already. Go ivy, go 2600K, too expensive. Its our money and I don't care if you think its expensive. 3930K is better then a 2700K in everyway. Just because you can't afford it doesn't mean you should tell us not to buy it. You run an Amd rig anyway. Its not like you know what performance is. smile.gif

*****!

Man do I want an LGA2011 rig...
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post #53 of 96
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+1. Well said. thumb.gif
Each time new chips + new chipset are coming out, we hear the same song from from the preachers and the nay sayers... ''don't buy it, it's overpriced, better with this or that, not worth it, not useful for you, I know what's better for you, wait wait wait for the next thing coming, etc etc.''
But how cares? It's our money, we do what we want with it. wink.gif

Speakith the truth, although i do have issues with people buying into SB-E when they already own 2600K's. A little mental in my eyes, but hey it's there money. Just hope they have change left for GTX6xx cards. biggrin.gif
 
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Speakith the truth, although i do have issues with people buying into SB-E when they already own 2600K's. A little mental in my eyes, but hey it's there money. Just hope they have change left for GTX6xx cards. biggrin.gif

Yes I agree that people who already own 2600K's probably should not change to 2011 but it is their money so whatev. As far as someone choosing LGA 2011 over 1155 being pointless...WHY? just because you can't afford it? People rocking 1366 are not dumb for choosing that over 1156 are they? If on a budget then yes definitely go for 1155 but no matter what LGA 2011 is top dog IF money is not an issue period end of story.
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Speakith the truth, although i do have issues with people buying into SB-E when they already own 2600K's. A little mental in my eyes, but hey it's there money. Just hope they have change left for GTX6xx cards. biggrin.gif

I sold my 2500K and will be picking a 3930K at MC on Saturday then will be selling it in january when the Xeons are released.
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Speakith the truth, although i do have issues with people buying into SB-E when they already own 2600K's. A little mental in my eyes, but hey it's there money. Just hope they have change left for GTX6xx cards. biggrin.gif

Don't worry about me. wink.gif

I do alot of LAN gaming at home, so my i7 2600K will go in my 2nd computer, and my i7 920 will now be in my third computer at home. My home is also all Gigabit wired. So I have alot of fun gaming with family and friends in there.

My place is like an gaming-cafe with 4 high-end systems, and with an all wired Gigabit network. Pretty much fun. My kids love it. And the house is always full of friends. smile.gif
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Will my waterblocks fit this new LGA 2011? I thought that these new sockets would be compatible with LGA 1155 mounts. There's no use in mentioning the waterblocks I already have as they're all compatible with LGA 775 through LGA 1155. If not compatible with LGA 2011, then I don't think I have any cpu cooler of any type that will fit. This is something I never expected or planned on. I've been searching for an LGA 2011 compatible waterblock conversion kit with no success. Wouldn't you know it? The first time I may need a stock Intel cooler and it doesn't come with one.
This really hit me out of left field. I already have a computer built except for the mobo, cpu and memory. All of which is supposedly due for delivery in a few days. I'd have to do a serious rebuild to fit a Corsair H100 in my Mountain Mods UFO. All it needs is to drop in a mobo and cut the tubing. In fact, I won't. I'll just save it for IvyBridge as I already planned and do something else if necessary. I'd really hate to have to disassemble my P6X58D-Premium and install this new system in it. I don't even know if the Corsair H70 in it would fit this new socket.
Damn. I knew I should've just waited a few months on IvyBridge. What a pisser.

Hello kzinti1,

What x79 motherboard did you buy? If you get the rampage iv, it comes with socket 1366 & 2011 cpu mounts. If you want to use a self contained water unit, both the H80 & H100 have mounts that will work on x79. If you want to wait, I am sure your water block maker will come out with mounts for x79.
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I'm still undecided on memory, 32GB @ 2133 is what i was considering but i'm not sure on how much of a strain this would have on potential overclocking headroom with all banks populated. Then there's the cooling also to consider..... this is gonna be a pain in the butt i can foresee.

I'll work out something eventually....
 
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Couldn't agree more with the people shaming those who say it's not worth the money. Money is no object to TRUE enthusiasts. I'll be picking up a 3930K and Rampage IV Extreme as soon as they're in stock somewhere.
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Hey guys I was planning on a Cosair 600T case with The Rampage and the i7-3930 or i7-3960. H100 water cpu cooler. Just had a question Will this board fit in the 600T case? Also I've seen some modes to fit the H100 with push pull what do you guys think?

Is the 3960 worth it over the 3930. Money is not a concern.
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