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Any active 3820 folders out there? If so, we need your PPD numbers, can you head over to: http://www.overclock.net/t/1260266/ppd-numbers-needed and post there? Preferably native linux SMP numbers, but if you have anything it would probably be welcome at this point.
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Well guys, I am debating on whether to purchase this processor or to go with the i5 3570k.
I have posted a thread and just recently updated it here and I am looking for advice from some of the 3820 owners. Would anyone mind helping a brother out thumb.gif ?

In your thread you said you already bought a I5 3570K!!! Why not just use that??? But if you had not already bought the I5 then i would've suggested the 3820. thumb.gif

I am loving mine! LGA 2011 gives me the pathway to IB-E also
Edited by BackwoodsNC - 5/26/12 at 9:48am
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In your thread you said you already bought a I5 3570K!!! Why not just use that??? But if you had not already bought the I5 then i would've suggested the 3820. thumb.gif
I am loving mine and lga 2011 gives me the pathway to IB-E

Hey, it looks like you're folding, see above post, please wink.gif
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In your thread you said you already bought a I5 3570K!!! Why not just use that??? But if you had not already bought the I5 then i would've suggested the 3820. thumb.gif
I am loving mine! LGA 2011 gives me the pathway to IB-E also

Thanks for your reply.

I updated my thread and I am now a proud owner of the 3820... Just need to figure out how I want to cool it.
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Did any of you guys come from a i920 to 3820? If so, how's the view? Also, I'm not up on steppings with SB-E, so any info there would be good, if any.

I've had my setup since late 08-early 09 (a 920 C0) and I'm just itching for a new build. Don't know if I can hold off any longer.
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i need help OCing mine on the RIVE... frown.gif
     
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i need help OCing mine on the RIVE... frown.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1186959/rampage-iv-extreme-uefi-guide-for-overclocking
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Did any of you guys come from a i920 to 3820? If so, how's the view? Also, I'm not up on steppings with SB-E, so any info there would be good, if any.
I've had my setup since late 08-early 09 (a 920 C0) and I'm just itching for a new build. Don't know if I can hold off any longer.

i just came from a i7-930 air cooled, to this setup here and i would have to say that it is amazing.....here is what i have stable so far and was pretty easy to get....

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Edited by zerokool_3211 - 5/27/12 at 3:13am
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is your cpu throttling? at 4.8ghz you should get more gflops than 108?
check your clocks of each cores in cpu-z and also check your event viewer for whea errors.
    
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is your cpu throttling? at 4.8ghz you should get more gflops than 108?
check your clocks of each cores in cpu-z and also check your event viewer for whea errors.

At 4.8 with HT enabled that's not THAT low. I'd guess it has more to do with low RAM clocks than throttling. Especially at only 80c.
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