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OK, then:-
3820 = 2600K
3820 = 3930K except the other two core is disabled in 3820
3820 = 3960X except the other two core is disabled in 3820 & without the "X"

I can compare 3820 with Intel Celeron too. For me the best feature brought by SB-E is 40× PCIe 2.0 or 3.0 lanes. If you guys want to talk about fact, technically 3820 multiplier is not locked but has partial unlocked multiplier.

@Rbby258, I don't think tsm106 saying you're wrong when you said 3820 = 2600k. I believe tsm106 only meant to say 3820 also equal to 4 core 3930K. If you look carefully in tsm106's post, tsm106 running two benchmark for 3820@4.8GHz & 4 core 3930k@4.8GHz. The performance between the two exactly similar. So, the 3930K priced for the extra two cores seems ridiculously high. I admit this doesn't cover every criteria like full unlocked multiplier advantage on 3930K (but 3820 overclock really well too with partially unlocked multiplier) but for those who only running multi-threaded application which only utilized 4 cores, it seems ridiculous to buy 3930k or hexcore processor. That's all. Nothing bad intended to 3930k or hexcore processor or hexcore owner. I don't know many applications that utilized 6-cores.

Can we drop this & continue overclocking 3820. HOMECINEMA-PC, now it's time for you to post another success of overclocking your 3820. wink.gif
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Can we drop this & continue overclocking 3820. HOMECINEMA-PC, now it's time for you to post another success of overclocking your 3820. wink.gif

Agreed, i am coming with another test result soon smile.gif just need to make "a slight" change in the cooling system thumb.gif
I'm sure HOMECINEMA-PC will come up with some shocking results... biggrin.gif
post #1663 of 6499
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OK, then:-
3820 = 2600K
3820 = 3930K except the other two core is disabled in 3820
3820 = 3960X except the other two core is disabled in 3820 & without the "X"

I can compare 3820 with Intel Celeron too. For me the best feature brought by SB-E is 40× PCIe 2.0 or 3.0 lanes. If you guys want to talk about fact, technically 3820 multiplier is not locked but has partial unlocked multiplier.

Nah, the 3820 is a completely different quad core die, the 3930K and 3960X are both 8 core dies with 2 cores disabled.
    
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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.

That is just flat out wrong. The 3820 is a new die built on the 32nm SB-E process. This is why it has all the SB-E parts. They didn't just graft it onto a 2600k.


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The 3820 is a new die built on the 32nm SB-E process. This is why it has all the SB-E parts. They didn't just graft it onto a 2600k.




LoL I like that wording thumb.gif
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Okay this is the best ive got from the costa this was a while ago ...

Thanks for all your support it gives me a warm fuzzy feeling on the inside tongue.gif
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Is that 5.13? I have to squint to see that and can barely make it out. How many volts was that?
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The malay is better vcore , temps , o/c i should find another one thumb.gif
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The malay is better vcore , temps , o/c i should find another one thumb.gif

Thats a very good one mate applaud.gif it could do that clock at lower voltage, maybe thinking.gif
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I m gonna try different settings i wiil be back wink.gif
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