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  • 52% (60)
    3930K
  • 22% (26)
    3770K
  • 17% (20)
    3570K
  • 7% (9)
    Wait for next gen.
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post #141 of 145
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Originally Posted by dtolios View Post

Ofc all the 3930K owners appear to be insulted by me stating so, but the quoted text nearly says it all in the context of
"WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH THREADED APPS TO MAKE IT COUNT FOR HOME USERS OUTSIDE OF THE OCCASIONAL VIDEO RIP".
Now - again - if you will be getting 120 fps instead of 130 fps is a deal breaker (pulling that out of the dark hole), by all means, get the 3930K...

No, just insulted that there was a lot of "the 3770K is the best CPU available and better than the 3930K" and that is just not true in so many ways. To people that only use their system for browsing, games, entertainment and office productivity work, the 3770K is amazing and you will not max it out in day to day use. If you are looking to do the most amount of work in the least amount of time, the 3930K is going to be your choice. There's just no getting around that. The CPUs have two very different target audiences in mind. I think that is evident in the vastly different Sockets and price levels.

Kind in mind I use my system fairly hard at times and it's important to me to have the availability of 12 threads. And since I paid like $350 for my CPU/Mobo combo, I think it's a better value too tongue.gif
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Intel 330 - 180GB LG HDDVD & Blu Ray Reader Cooler Master Hyper 612 Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit 
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Lian Li PC-E8 G9x S&S Steel Onkyo Receiver/Design Acoustics 2.1 system 
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post #142 of 145
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post

i think you missed the 3770K.
Funny the 3rd post of this thread that I put down because I wasn't really looking for a lower end i7 (in comparison to the Sandy E bridge) seems like this is what I will probably get. Along with the MSI mpower motherboard
post #143 of 145

I am selling my mobo + cpu + rams to a friend.

 

Therefor I cant wait for Hashwell and will purchase a 3930k.

 

I will be paying 250 bucks for the 3930k.

 

3930k at the end of the day is a better CPU than 3570k right guys? (not talking about price/performance)

post #144 of 145
Yes, do it now! lol.
 
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post #145 of 145

Yeah I guess I will.

 

My case + H100 + CPU + Motherboard + Rams are going to a friend in March.

 

Good excuse for me to get the 3930k with a new MOBO, h100i and some 2100 rams (16gb)

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