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Oh, were you using it in the screenshot? redface.gif My bad. Hard to tell from it.

Its all good Mr simpletech ! . I appreciate all of your input for me and many others...respect thumb.gif You dont get 5 blue flamers for nothin...smile.gif
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3820 = 2600k


3820 = 4 core 3930
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**Just updated with the latest 310.54 driver.

I got an pm from Junkboy asking to compare my two rigs since I run both 7970s and a 680.


Both cards clocked to 1300 core and 1750 memory (7000 effective). The 680 is actually running slightly higher clocks, 1305/1752 -ish. Systems are very close, almost identical in the most respects, SSD RAID 0, 16GB Samsung wonder ram @ 2133 (same timings), watercooled cpu/gpu/vrm, etc...


The 7970 setup. You can also look at the rigs in my sig rig.

3930k is limited to 4 cores. I ran cinebench to confirm performance is the same. They should be since it's the same IPC. After running cinebench, I have to barf a little when I think about how much two cores costs in relation to the 3820 lol.

3820@4.8ghz (37x 130) - 9.32pts


3930K@4.8ghz (48x100) - 9.35pts
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1322119/12-11-vs-310-33/0_40


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Damn, you so finally fried that old chip? My condolences man. grouphug.gif


Wow that's a lot of volts on the new one all around.
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3820 = 4 core 3930
http://www.overclock.net/t/1322119/12-11-vs-310-33/0_40
Damn, you so finally fried that old chip? My condolences man. grouphug.gif
Wow that's a lot of volts on the new one all around.

Thanks man much appreciated wink.gif 3820=4core 3930 lachen.gif Those results say everthing hehehe hexacores are overated and overpriced ! Ive had this one for ages still adjustments to be made , any advice would be good thumb.gifcheers.gif mate
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Thanks man much appreciated wink.gif 3820=4core 3930 lachen.gif Those results say everthing hehehe hexacores are overated and overpriced ! Ive had this one for ages still adjustments to be made , any advice would be good thumb.gifcheers.gif mate
I can't see a reason way you are so exited?
It is simple mat: 38 is 66% of 39 power (cores). On Newegg.com 38 is 53% of 39 price. I will always give money for this, 15% overrated and overpriced , additional power thumbsupsmiley.png
Or you can say that for $270 "I'm a man"
But only the correct logic is that 39 have 50% more power than 38 witch can be decisive factor in my job
Your reaction is typical for the people which do not know how strong computer should be for what they do
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I can't see a reason way you are so exited?
It is simple mat: 38 is 66% of 39 power (cores). On Newegg.com 38 is 53% of 39 price. I will always give money for this, 15% overrated and overpriced , additional power thumbsupsmiley.png
Or you can say that for $270 "I'm a man"
But only the correct logic is that 39 have 50% more power than 38 witch can be decisive factor in my job
Your reaction is typical for the people which do not know how strong computer should be for what they do

Yeah fair enough point taken dude buttkick.gif I didnt mean to offend anyone i made that statement because from my perspective thats what it is and thats why i run the 3820 i dont need any more power than that thumb.gif
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3820 = 4 core 3930
http://www.overclock.net/t/1322119/12-11-vs-310-33/0_40
Damn, you so finally fried that old chip? My condolences man. grouphug.gif
Wow that's a lot of volts on the new one all around.

i didn't mean physically the same, lots of people are hating on the 3820 but they all loved the 2600k. 2600k has equal performance to a 3820 regardless of the locked multiplier
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i didn't mean physically the same, lots of people are hating on the 3820 but they all loved the 2600k. 2600k has equal performance to a 3820 regardless of the locked multiplier

Thats a fair statement thumb.gif some hate 3820 but i love it . I got the results / effect i was after whistle.gif
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i dont think the 2600k can hang with the 3820....not in a lot of things...
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3930k to 3820 is not a fair comparison at all. It is very obvious that 3930k will beat it, mind you 3930k is almost as good as 3960x and it will tear to pieces all the rival cpus out there.. It is in a completely different league. Only comparison can be made on the basis of needs and economic returns. If you are gonna compare then 3930k to 3960x is a more feasible one. To me double the price of 3960x cannot justify its performance against 3930k which in all benchmarks 3930k stands toe to toe.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y76iQh1WpDI

Well, I am very happy with my 3820, it is easily doing 5250mhz stable at around 1.48~1.50v mark and 5000mhz stable just below 1.40v. "In my case" I don't see any point in paying twice as much just for 50% increase. Besides I might not get this lucky with a 3930k. However noone can deny the fact that 3930k is an absolute powerhouse but unless you definitely need that much power 3820 can serve you just fine.
I think i will stick to this chip till Ivy B-E is released (if ever) thumb.gif
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i dont think the 2600k can hang with the 3820....not in a lot of things...

They're the exact same chip, except the 3820 is locked, has IOMMU, quad channel RAM and 2MB extra cache and no IGP, so unless you're using GPGPU the 2600k can't keep up.
    
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