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Blah, I need to pay more attention to these things. I feel like Intel needs to advertise their enthusiast level parts more xD
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Just ordered my 3820 and Gigabyte X79-UD5 (with newegg combo mad.gif but needed the board) + got a Mushkin 240 SSD for under the price of a 3960X. I have seen the 3820 pushed to 4.75Ghz @1.36v on this board over at XS which is where I would be happy with. I also have my Watercool UD5 Nickle water blocks coming in Monday. So can't wait to play next week.biggrin.gif
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Only reason you should consider this is if you need the extra PCI lanes for multiple graphics cards and have no need for a 3930k or 3960x.
Aka me.
Those extra lanes and bandwidth don't do much either way for most people. The only real reason I could see in this is for getting Ivy Bridge-E later, but considering we've seen this before; that Core i7 920 owners are asking if it's even worth upgrading to a hex core LGA 1366 when better and cheaper stuff is out now, I think that's a perk that's not going to be as good in practice as it sounds in theory. Consider than a Core i5 Ivy Bridge will be cheaper and better, and Haswell and it's die shrink may very well make it worse to want to choose an overpriced, old LGA 2011 against... we'll, I'm hazarding a guess that we'll be seeing it again, but that's just my opinion. It's not an entirely useless chip though, but if I were buying now, I'd wait on an Ivy Bridge Core i5 or Core i7, as it's cheaper or about the same price, but better now than this. By time you want better in the future, I'd rather choose a cheaper and newer/better mainstream part than an old, inflated one.
post #54 of 117
Well Newegg has them in stock now... BUT YOU HAVE TO BUY A COMBO!!! mad.gifmad.gif
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115229

EDIT: Well they show hat they offer a CPU only combo with $20 off but it wont take. But it looks like you can buy it for $320 without any 20$ discount. Feeling a bit gouged on this one. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
Edited by no_safe_HAVEN - 2/18/12 at 7:28am
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post #55 of 117
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Well Newegg has them in stock now... BUT YOU HAVE TO BUY A COMBO!!! mad.gifmad.gif
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115229
EDIT: Well they show hat they offer a CPU only combo with $20 off but it wont take. But it looks like you can buy it for $320 without any 20$ discount. Feeling a bit gouged on this one. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

don't you need to buy a motherboard anyway?
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Because I've never built an Intel rig for myself, some of the posts in this thread have me considering and wavering between the 1155 and 2011 socket boards.

I see where people are saying that the Z68 boards only have one 16x PCI and after that it goes 8x. I found one Z68 that does indeed have two 16x PCI slots: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157269

It's also ready for IB and has PCI3.0 (for when IB is released). So, would you speak highly of this board considering it is IB ready and has PCI 3.0 and 2 16x slots?

I'm just wondering, not trying to troll or be obnoxious.
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Because I've never built an Intel rig for myself, some of the posts in this thread have me considering and wavering between the 1155 and 2011 socket boards.
I see where people are saying that the Z68 boards only have one 16x PCI and after that it goes 8x. I found one Z68 that does indeed have two 16x PCI slots: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157269
It's also ready for IB and has PCI3.0 (for when IB is released). So, would you speak highly of this board considering it is IB ready and has PCI 3.0 and 2 16x slots?
I'm just wondering, not trying to troll or be obnoxious.

While some Z68 boards may have 2 or more PCI-e 16x slots, LGA1155 CPUs only provides 16 lanes to all those slots. So if you decide to use 3 way SLI, you'll only be getting 8x, 4x, 4x.
 
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don't you need to buy a motherboard anyway?

No. I already have an Asus P9X79 that I've been holding onto since Christmas.
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No. I already have an Asus P9X79 that I've been holding onto since Christmas.

Oh ok, that sucks then.

I just checked Amazon for ya, but it's listed at $341, and everywhere else is listed at $350.

What if you went with this combo? It's still cheaper than everywhere else.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.815606.19-115-229
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Not sure what's going on but look at the combo at the bottom. This is just dumb with the Rosewill surveillance camera lol.

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115229
Edited by djriful - 2/18/12 at 9:10am
 
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