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It should be:
I just really hope that 2011 processors will be competitive against the ivy on 1155, otherwise I may regret going 2011 instead of 1155.
I really hope my 3930K will buttkick.gif ivy smile.gif
Although I should get an ivy anyway. And an IVY-E is in my future shopping cart.

I wouldn't worry about it at all. Remember ivy-E comes at the end of the year and it fits right into the 2011 socket. It will destroy everything.
 
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Originally Posted by Mr.Eiht View Post

It should be:
I just really hope that 2011 processors will be competitive against the ivy on 1155, otherwise I may regret going 2011 instead of 1155.
I really hope my 3930K will buttkick.gif ivy smile.gif
Although I should get an ivy anyway. And an IVY-E is in my future shopping cart.

i don't die a 4-core die shrink i7 will beat your 6-core i7 of the same architecture clock for clock... smile.gif
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post #23 of 44
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I doubt there will be a 6-core on 1155 so you should have nothing to worry about.

6-core is worthless for games though, unless you make Fraps videos all the time while gaming.
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6-core is worthless for games though, unless you make Fraps videos all the time while gaming.

Games now, there are games that are trickling out now. Games of the future may be better suited. You could do all kinda things with those extra idle cores in the meantime, though. wink.gif.

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i don't die a 4-core die shrink i7 will beat your 6-core i7 of the same architecture clock for clock... smile.gif

wut?

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article was interesting to read. I wish the 2700k was about $300, then the decision would be easier.

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6-core is worthless for games though, unless you make Fraps videos all the time while gaming.

If you're getting a 3930K for gaming, you're doing it wrong, that's not their primary purpose.
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Sigh, AMD.
MzFC7.jpg

Damn, that is such an epic fail. I didn't know the FX sucks that much.rolleyes.gif
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This is definitely my next CPU. Now I just need the X79A-UD7 to come into stock. Its faster than my 2500k by a little bit, and allows my access to the X79 platform which I want big time. I plan to ride that horse for a long time.

Also, I love this little bit right here, showing exactly why I want this CPU especially for under $300:

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There is of course the argument that the i7-3820 isn't much of a leap over the already released i7-2700K however we feel that this particular CPU is designed to allow users to buy into a platform rather than the processor itself.
post #28 of 44
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This is definitely my next CPU. Now I just need the X79A-UD7 to come into stock. Its faster than my 2500k by a little bit, and allows my access to the X79 platform which I want big time. I plan to ride that horse for a long time.
Also, I love this little bit right here, showing exactly why I want this CPU especially for under $300:
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There is of course the argument that the i7-3820 isn't much of a leap over the already released i7-2700K however we feel that this particular CPU is designed to allow users to buy into a platform rather than the processor itself.

Sorry to inform you that in the USA the X79-UD7 is EOL (End Of Line) it was a limited edition run. but there will be second generation X79 boards with super high-end, just not this month.
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post #29 of 44
Will the i7-3820 be able to be overclocked like a 2700k?
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Everyday, i regret buying SB on the release date, when i read about SB-E. The 6-cores, the power, the 8 dimm slots. frown.gif
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