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3820 an msi:thumb: xpower 2 MB will stay stable at min 4.88ghz all day every day
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Thanks for all the answers that helped me alot. Now I will go with the 3820. But the Mobo is always hard to choice. 300 is a litlle bit to high so I planed to buy the Asrock X79 Extreme 4. The Tests seems all positiv. Is there something against this Mainboard?
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Originally Posted by v1ral View Post

Well if the price isn't all that different I would say just get the x79 set up, at least you'll be able to either go six or eight core

Yup, that is what I was thinking as well.
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Originally Posted by CaptainChaos View Post

To be fair, there's a decent chance that Microcenter will have a deal on the 3770k just like the rest of their CPUs. Possibly even mobo/cpu combo deals.
That's why I would wait.
Well that is true, it just depends on the performance compared to the i7 3820 . So we will see, but more than likely they will have a deal.
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i was asking myself the same question and decide id go for 3820 it is a little more future proof and the midrange will be obsolete pretty fast.

Yea that's the thing... at least for me it's not so bad, cuz i hardly upgrade but having the option to upgrade at least once more on that same Mobo would be good.
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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo View Post

We know that X79 will get Ivy Bridge E however I'm fairly certain LGA2011 has reached the end of the road and will not support Haswell.

Yup, pretty much.... only downside of intel... their socket life isn't that long.
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True, Haswell will be on a new 1150 socket, not the 2011 socket.
Additionally, those buying current X79 boards with expectations of the future Ivy Bridge-E processor will have to wait until summer 2013. mad.gif
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Those, who expected to upgrade their extreme-performance systems six-core Intel Core i7-3900-series "Sandy Bridge-E" LGA2011 chips inside with even faster "Ivy Bridge-E" chips later this year will probably have to wait until at least the second half of 2013, as Intel has no plans to launch new generation of enthusiast processors in 2012.
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Not a problem for me at all... I wouldn't be expecting to upgrade that soon either.


But nonetheless we will see what the real comparison is when we have full retail availability of the i7 3770K. Then I will make my choice
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The reason I chose the extreme6 over the extreme 4 is because the Extreme4 only has 4 memory slots where the Extreme 6 has 8.thats the difference between the two boards.
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Originally Posted by p00ter71 View Post

The reason I chose the extreme6 over the extreme 4 is because the Extreme4 only has 4 memory slots where the Extreme 6 has 8.thats the difference between the two boards.

plus e6 has a 12+2 phase power while e4 has 6+2
post #27 of 36
In all honesty Pandora, if I were you I'd just wait the extra week or two and save up enough to not compromise and get a (potentially) weaker motherboard (Though I've little experience with ASRock boards). Though you should look at your future use of it all. If you're planning on going multi-GPU that are PCI-E 3.0, then definitely go EB-E. However, if you are planning to stay single GPU, the i7-3770 or even the i7-2600k/2700k all have enough PCI-E lanes to go 'round. That was the biggest reason I decided to go to SB-E, I wanted full x16 lanes on both of my 7970s. If you're only looking to stick with your 570, or go with a single 680 or whatever graphics card in the future, then in reality, the 3770k would be your best bet.

It's the old Server mantra... Requirements before awesomeness tongue.gif Figure out what you want out of your new setup, and pick parts to do exactly that.

Best of luck with the build!
post #28 of 36
Get z77 now for a cheaper setup and enjoy IB if it OC wells and performs better in most applications.

By the time Ivy E comes around, I think Haswell will follow it very shortly. So by then X79 will be nearly obsolete.
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Originally Posted by christpunchers View Post

Get z77 now for a cheaper setup and enjoy IB if it OC wells and performs better in most applications.
By the time Ivy E comes around, I think Haswell will follow it very shortly. So by then X79 will be nearly obsolete.

Yup.... just waiting on the reviews to come out this week to make the final decision.
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Thanks for all the answers that helped me alot. Now I will go with the 3820. But the Mobo is always hard to choice. 300 is a litlle bit to high so I planed to buy the Asrock X79 Extreme 4. The Tests seems all positiv. Is there something against this Mainboard?

Yep no GATLING GUN!!!! haha
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