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I think the OP's GPU choice should come into effect here. If you are going with your current GPU, I don't see the reason in upgrading your CPU at all.
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Nice choice. smile.gif

3x 670's ? I would go 2x 680s
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I went through the same thing as the OP but with the 3770k
Got my RIVE for 296$ and getting 3820 from microcenter today

3770k+ud5 =450$

RIVe+3820 = 496$

Sometimes i think people don't read these benchmark links this is over 50 benchmarks and the 3770k is very dominate over the 3820.. in everyway and 50$ cheaper.... http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/523?vs=551 mad.gif

I guess your waiting for the Highend Ivys then?
    
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3770k+ud5 =450$
RIVe+3820 = 496$
Sometimes i think people don't read these benchmark links this is over 50 benchmarks and the 3770k is very dominate over the 3820.. in everyway and 50$ cheaper.... http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/523?vs=551 mad.gif
I guess your waiting for the Highend Ivys then?

One crucial thing -

RIVE >>>>>>>>>>> UD5 wink.gif
     
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One crucial thing -
RIVE >>>>>>>>>>> UD5 wink.gif

How does that make up for this tho...

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/523?vs=551

There is a Huge diff..
    
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One crucial thing -
RIVE >>>>>>>>>>> UD5 wink.gif

Yes but you can't really OC the 3820.

In my opinion, the 3820 isn't worth it unless you really want the X79 platform to upgrade to a 3930K/3960X. Either that or for running multiple GPUs, and for that the RIVE is really the way to go.
For most things the price difference just isn't worth it to only go to a 3820.
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How does that make up for this tho...
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/523?vs=551
There is a Huge diff..

That's not a huge diff, its mere single digit percentage points and who cares about stock to stock perf? Go overclock your Ivy to 4.8+. How'd that go?

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Yes but you can't really OC the 3820.
In my opinion, the 3820 isn't worth it unless you really want the X79 platform to upgrade to a 3930K/3960X. Either that or for running multiple GPUs, and for that the RIVE is really the way to go.
For most things the price difference just isn't worth it to only go to a 3820.

If you don't know anything about the chip, don't pass misinformation. 3820 clocks like a beast.
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That's not a huge diff, its mere single digit percentage points and who cares about stock to stock perf? Go overclock your Ivy to 4.8+. How'd that go?
If you don't know anything about the chip, don't pass misinformation. 3820 clocks like a beast.

Im OC to 4.8 it goes well?

the 3770k is ALOT faster then the 3820.. don't get butt hurt about it... and the 3770k +MB is cheaper...
    
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How does that make up for this tho...
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/523?vs=551
There is a Huge diff..

There is a very minor difference. You post this link in every forum you are in. Can you even accurately read it, or do you just look at the colored bars? Its one thing to read a chart, its another to understand it.

OP. If you are just gaming, I think the 2500K or 3570K is plenty for you. If you have needs for a hyperthreaded CPU outside of gaming, the 3820/2600K/3770K may be worth while. Keep in mind that no matter which i5 or i7 (not including the 3930K and 3960X) you go with, they are all very comparible, and you should get the chip you can get the best deal on. You will not notice a difference in games.
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Im OC to 4.8 it goes well?
the 3770k is ALOT faster then the 3820.. don't get butt hurt about it...

Haha, whose crying in the corner cuz no one is paying attention to their beloved chip?
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