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PROBLEM...

[SSD Review] Intel Core i7-3820 Quad-Core CPU Review – Get Ready for Some Great 5.0 GHz...

SSD Review about a CPU????

Solution? Fix Thread Title please, thanks..



The Bottom Line:
Quote:
Originally Posted by TechRadar 

"On core-for-core performance, you're not getting much extra for your Sandy Bridge E money"

"The quad-core Intel Core i7 2700K or 2600K are still the CPUs we'd recommend."

That's my thoughts on the 3820 exactly...
Edited by _GTech - 2/22/12 at 2:54pm
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If you goto the cpu's page on newegg they actually have a link to all the other combos available. it includes all the motherboards they carry. i just found it yesterday.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductCombos.aspx?Item=N82E16819115229&SubCategory=343&SortField=0&PageSize=10&page=1
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Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by _GTech View Post

PROBLEM...
[SSD Review] Intel Core i7-3820 Quad-Core CPU Review – Get Ready for Some Great 5.0 GHz...
SSD Review about a CPU????
Solution? Fix Thread Title please, thanks..
The Bottom Line:
That's my thoughts on the 3820 exactly...

If you can't read a thread title and comprehend it then I definitely won't be taking any cpu advice or recommendations from you. I did edit though just for you thumb.gif Maybe that will help you out.
Edited by Maximuscr31 - 2/22/12 at 3:05pm
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lol agreed tongue.gif great review not the normal 3820 vs 2700k rubbish
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I really like this chip/board combo! much better than many would think smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Maximuscr31 View Post

If you can't read a thread title and comprehend it then I definitely won't be taking any cpu advice or recommendations from you. I did edit though just for you thumb.gif Maybe that will help you out.

My bad on the title mix up...

Your bad assuming I wrote that advice, I didn't... I just agreed with it..
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the site is usually abbreviated as [TSSR] smile.gif
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post

I would pull the trigger right now if only newegg would stop this stupid combo junk... I don't want any of the mobos listed in the combo... nor is the combo a price break worth taking for one of those boards. rolleyes.gif
I want to get a x79 system going and then later upgrade it with a IB-E

There's a combo item for $335 with the laplink combo
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Just got my 3820 rig assembled and I hit 4.5Ghz in minutes with 125Mhz Bus and 36 Multi and so far have been Prime 95 Stable @ 1.35v for about an hr. I may be able to drop the volts abit if this hangs on. Loving this new rig so far thumb.gif
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