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Which will be better for rendering videos? no matter the size. this is for a rendering build.
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I guess the 3770K would be faster, as the 3820 is SB architecture, whereas 3770K is IB architecture and slightly faster than SB.

Unless of course you buying the 3820 for now, then thinking about getting the 6 Core IB-E next year then it might be worth going X79 now.

Not sure though.
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I have a 3820 on a R4E board and i do a lot of video rendering and i am very happy with my 3820
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I have a 3820 on a R4E board and i do a lot of video rendering and i am very happy with my 3820

So throw me an example of render times for a video.
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I use Cyberlink Powerdirector 9 version 10 keep crashing so i use version 9 but a 30 min long video in WMA in DVD quality takes about 15-18 min to render with my PC
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post #6 of 9
I'd go with the 3820.
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If you deceive to go with the 3820 then get a good motherboard to go with it like a Rampage IV Formula/Extreme
It may sound like a waste of money but it can help lower render time a little bit
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Both are nearly the same price and both will be good for rendering videos. Going with the 3820 will just be more "future proof" because of the socket type. The 2011 socket type offers features such as supporting hex-core processors, sporting 64GB of ram, and offers PCI 3.0. I think the 3770K supports PCI 3.0 as well though, so that's irrelevant. Anyways, point is, I don't think you can go wrong with either chips. I personally went with the 3820 since they were similar price wise.
 
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post #9 of 9
I think both will offer identical rendering performance. The 3820 has the edge in being cheaper and its socket is more future proof for when Ivy Bridge-E arrives you'll have the option to upgrade. I'd go i7-3820 thumb.gif
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