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Hey guys 3820 4 core / 8 threads 10mb cache $249.99.... 3930k 6 core / 12 threads 12 mb cache... $499.99 Can you guys explain why i should spend $250 more on 3930k even though gaming pc games dont need more then 4 cores.... ?

The whole point going socket 2011 is to have a six core cpu. Otherwise just go 1155.
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2011 is an extreme serie of second gen.big diff here is 50gb/s memory for 2011 and 25 gb/s for 1155 of third gen.this might be trivial but to some it will be an important aspect.the third gen is still rated at 5 gt/second so pcie 2 capacity is max you ll get (160 gbor so)chech your gpu because this limit you can max this faierly easy .i bet 690 or 7990 will be very close or past intel red line capacity of pcie 3(unless they have more then 16 )
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I think a lot of you guys misunderstand what he is trying to do. Streaming video games in 720p using Xsplit is pretty demanding depending on what you are playing. Not only does it require a great internet upload speed, but it also has to capture your screen and all the processes and encode that while your are playing, therefore having more threads would help would it not?

I for one with my current setup found it frustrating trying to stream MMOs and maintaining smooth performance for myself while streaming. By smooth I mean 30FPS+ while doing PvP or questing. Sometimes I even have to set the affinity of Xsplit to only use 2 cores in order to make streaming in HD playable. Obviously if you are playing something less demanding of course it would be easy, but their are so many people with an i5 2500K still being borderline while streaming. Most streamers who don't complain about performance are using the i7 2600k.
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2011 is an extreme serie of second gen.big diff here is 50gb/s memory for 2011 and 25 gb/s for 1155 of third gen.this might be trivial but to some it will be an important aspect.the third gen is still rated at 5 gt/second so pcie 2 capacity is max you ll get (160 gbor so)chech your gpu because this limit you can max this faierly easy i bet 690 or 7990 will be very close or past intel red line capacity of pcie 3(unless they have more then 16 )

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you'll probably be best with a 3770k
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If all you are doing is is gaming, then go with a nice 2500k build> You don';t need any more than that. If you are like me and do the following:

 

Run more than 1 VM for extended periods of time at the same time (I run 2 at a time for several hours and do some heavy work in them)

Do LOTS of video encoding

Do a LOT of audio processing

Do CAD or any very heavy memory/cpu based program

Plan to do quad SLI

you need a LOT of sata ports (more than 8)

 

then you should go either an i7 or go 2011.

 

If not, save yourself some cash and grab a 2500k. They hold up VERY well under gaming (I pretty much max most games with my setup) and can handle just about anything. Most games cannot even take advantage of a quad.

 

The only game that I know of that can do more than 2 cores is BF3 and it only uses 3 cores effectively.

 
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Again ignoring the fact that he is streaming games, not just playing. What you need to do is probably just head over to the xsplit forums or talk to some of the streamers on their live chat and ask them what specs they have running and how it performs and with what game.
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Again ignoring the fact that he is streaming games, not just playing. What you need to do is probably just head over to the xsplit forums or talk to some of the streamers on their live chat and ask them what specs they have running and how it performs and with what game.

then go and buy the 3960x, problem solved.
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Again ignoring the fact that he is streaming games, not just playing. What you need to do is probably just head over to the xsplit forums or talk to some of the streamers on their live chat and ask them what specs they have running and how it performs and with what game.

Considering there are a lot of users over there (just went and looked, lol) that are running old school i5/i7 systems and even some q9xxx chips. I am still going to say a 2500k or 2600k if you really want. If he really wants a 2011 system, I am holding to the recommendation of the 3930k.

Most of the complaints I saw over there was a slow network/internet
 
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