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My 24/7 OC is the same between my 2600K and 3930k: 4.8, both with voltage at 1.34v. smile.gif
BUT! I now can use 4 GPUs instead of 3. A big plus for me with my 3X30'' Eyefinity set-up. I get much better fps with the X79 paired with 4X6970 then with my 2600K and 3X6970. The X79 platform is for those of us with crazy 3X30'' gaming set-ups. smile.gif
My 2600K is now in my kids computer for our LAN gaming.Not powerful enough for 3X30''. Not defending X79. Using it, and seeing the difference quite clearly over my 2600K system. wink.gif
And my video rendering is soooo fast now with the 3930k. smile.gif
But the 2600k is still a great gaming chip for the price. thumb.gif

3x30 LOL, overkill for the human eye to track them
4x6970, overkill for your electricity bill
J/K tongue.gif you've got a nice rig bro.
for me, I am more than satisfied with my 2600k, but maybe after a year or so am gonna get the Ivy.
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Not better in games? Could have fooled me.
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Time to face the facts sandy bridge owners. X79 and Sbe is better in every aspect then a 2600K and P67/z68. Ill have my rig up on Saturday so then ill be able to disprove the "Sandy bridge overclocks higher then Sbe" statements.

Ill take my $170 i5 2500k over SB-E and even over the 2600k for that price/performance ratio..
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Some performance? Try 53% faster in cinebench. That's not "some" its a lot
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Just because most if you can't afford Sbe doesn't mean its not amazing and worth the money to us who can

Classic e-peen post....

Have fun playing cinebench while us poor peasants wallow in our own filth down here with Sandy Bridge. I mean, it's all we can afford unlike super rich cool guys like DON KARNAGE.
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TL-DR, but I'll say this, SB-EP > SB-E > SB. But you get what you pay for.
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