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I was originally planning on just throwing the i5-3750k in the new build given I don't see much of anything I'm going to do with this PC save for some work related stuff which would end up being purely icing on the cake (I'm a developer and I'm in charge of some code that I wrote that is highly scalable across pretty much infinite threads). So having just blown $500+ on a GTX 680... I'm now a little bit more open to spending an extra hundred bucks for hyperthreading just because this PC is turning out to be not so budget and cost ratio wise the extra hundred bucks isn't going to make the entire PC that much more costly as a whole.

Still kind of hee-hawing though... I'm not really sure at this point, but it seems some people think the i7 parts are binned better than the i5 parts but is that just conjecture? If all I'm getting is a bit better performance in extremely threaded situations and single core performance goes nowhere I'm still at an impasse.

Given that this is the end of the line for this socket and don't want to do a major overhaul for years does it just make sense to bite the bullet and hope hyperthreading gives me some more tangible benefits 2 years from now apart from the situations that it helps in today or will I pretty much never really care?
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i think i will wait for haswell and upgrade unless AMD brings out something with much better IPC by next year

i was hoping around 15% IPC increase from SB to IVY
    
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I wait Haswell too.
Intel must remember Z79 and Z77 like AMD AM3+.
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I am still torn on what I should go with. Would you suggest Ivy for me or should I go with a x79 platform?! I am putting it underwater and will most likely do a mild OC. Ahhhh the choices!
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Done with the LN2 runs, not the best chips in the world. The 3570K was horrible, gave problems even at 5.7Ghz so did not bother to try it much. One of the 3770K's was doing 6.1Ghz with 4c/8t and 6.245Ghz with 2c/2t, the other did 6.250 with 4c/8t and 6.365Ghz with 2c/2t. Had a bit limited time, and a lot of time went between every chip change, and so on so have not really done much 3D benching. I have a number of pi runs with a good times and a decent 2750'ish on the memory.

Will upload the screens i have in a few minutes.
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Are you submitting to HWbot?
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Originally Posted by Costfree View Post

I am still torn on what I should go with. Would you suggest Ivy for me or should I go with a x79 platform?! I am putting it underwater and will most likely do a mild OC. Ahhhh the choices!

If you have money to throw away, get Socket R (LGA 2011; chipset Patsburg). coolsmiley.png

Otherwise, just get Ivy Bridge (LGA 1155; chipset Panther Point). thumb.gif

Unless you can find a great deal on a used Sandy Bridge (LGA 1155; chipset Cougar Point). biggrin.gif
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Are you submitting to HWbot?

Yupp, here you go:

http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2276135_eggy88_superpi_core_i7_3770k_5sec_756ms

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I am still torn on what I should go with. Would you suggest Ivy for me or should I go with a x79 platform?! I am putting it underwater and will most likely do a mild OC. Ahhhh the choices!
I'm like you atm, but I almost discard going for x79.
I'm thinking on buying an used 2500k/2600k (going to 5.0), which will give me the same performance as 3570k/3770k (at 4.6) and less heat. Cooled with a HWLabs GTX360 in a CPU+GPU loop.
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And here is the PiFast.

http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2276137_eggy88_pifast_core_i7_3770k_11.61_sec

Did not manage to get a PiFast run at much over 6250Mhz and the screenshot was in some way damaged, don't know what happened. Hopefully HwBot will accept it.
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