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Well im planing to pick up only asrock extreme9 mobo and wait for ivy bridge for same price as i7-3820.
Either way im ready to lose 10-15% in preformance but atleast on next upgrade i wont need to mess with changing motherboard biggrin.gif
Wel then LGA2011 ir is smile.gif I love intell wasnt expecting they would have affordable CPU for LGA 2011.
Thanx guys for help rep+ from me biggrin.gif

have fun with your build mate, and keep us posted on what you can pull out of your i7-3820.. thumb.gif
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Wel then LGA2011 ir is smile.gif I love intell wasnt expecting they would have affordable CPU for LGA 2011.
Thanx guys for help rep+ from me biggrin.gif

Yeah I know. I'm out of touch with the computing world ATM so when I opened this thread I was going to say "Unless you want the top 5% of performance, get 1155 as it's better value for money" but they I checked the prices and was staggered at how cheap some 2011 CPUs were.

It kind-of feels like intel have shot themselves in the foot with that.
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