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Will the i7-3820 be able to be overclocked like a 2700k?

Yes, you will be able to overclock it, but not in the same way as a 2700K. The 3820 has a partially unlocked multiplier up to 43x, but, unlike on the P67/Z68 platform, you can send a different BCLK multiplier to the CPU, of either 125, 166 or 250 Mhz.

As of now, the reviews with the engineering samples, with the Intel water cooling system,, managed 4.75 Ghz stable, with 4.875 not stable. The retail ones will in all likelihood be the C2 revision, which might bring better overclockability. Anand for example tested the 3820 ES on an Intel motherboard, it will be interesting to see how it does on a Gigabyte or Asus motherboard, and with better cooling.
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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

You've got a great CPU, and you've been enjoying it for many months now. thumb.gif If you keep waiting for the next big thing you'll never upgrade. It all depends on where you're coming from. I didn't go for Sandy Bridge because I have a 775 platform, so I decided to upgrade the E8400 to a Q9550 and overclock it, back in early December 2010. Now it makes sense for me to upgrade to Sandy Bridge-E.
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@ Sin0822 Just wondering is that for Gigabyte only "Second Gen X79 boards" or in general all board companies? I do plan on getting a SB-E 3820 come around Feb 13th and have been looking at motherboards. If under NDA that's cool I understand just figured you would know as you been straight with your info that I have read in the past.
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the 3820 may be my next cpu.
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post #34 of 44
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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.

I will have an orange UD7 if it kills me, I don't care if its new or not thumb.gif
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hmm that's interesting if the gigabyte board is EoL .. does that mean they will come with the rest of the chipset unlocked too .. that would be awesome tongue.gif

Also i am so getting a x79 now .. i was concerned about the extra power usage but from this review that doesnt seem to be the case ... yay for tri sli with a sound card in my future!
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@ Sin0822 Just wondering is that for Gigabyte only "Second Gen X79 boards" or in general all board companies? I do plan on getting a SB-E 3820 come around Feb 13th and have been looking at motherboards. If under NDA that's cool I understand just figured you would know as you been straight with your info that I have read in the past.
i am not sure, all board companies will bring out second revisions of their initial boards, i am just not sure when. Maybe a few months out to be honest, they are all focused on Z77 now.
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I will have an orange UD7 if it kills me, I don't care if its new or not thumb.gif
haha nice, yea its gorgeous IMO.
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hmm that's interesting if the gigabyte board is EoL .. does that mean they will come with the rest of the chipset unlocked too .. that would be awesome tongue.gif
Also i am so getting a x79 now .. i was concerned about the extra power usage but from this review that doesnt seem to be the case ... yay for tri sli with a sound card in my future!

I am not sure if they will or not, but maybe.
    
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I just really hope that ivy on 1155 will be competitive against the 2011 processors, otherwise I may regret going 1155 instead of 2011.

Ivy Bridge should outperform SB-E in every aspect except for mulit-threaded applications.
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Ivy Bridge should outperform SB-E in every aspect except for mulit-threaded applications.

I don't think so. The x79 is 600 for a reason. The only chip that will out perform it is IB-E. And guess what it swaps right into the 2011 socket. 2011 will dominate for the next few years easy. Those with x79 have the best now and will continue this trend into next year with IB-E. Everyone else will be lagging behind.
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Ivy bridge's IPC should be higher than SB-E's so single-threaded apps and most games should run faster I would think. It would only be once you got beyond 8 threads that it would be slower right?
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The 3820 drops back to a little above 2700K performance with AMD (6 cores/threads) some way behind.

What the hell?? The 8150 has 8 cores!
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