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Since when a 3770k is better than a 3930k??

E-Peen? doh.gif

Depends on your needs? Only gaming? i7 3770k and EVEN a i5 3570k is very fast enough.

But for multitasking, and if you have the money, get a 3930k.

X79 = Future Proof = Ivy-e boxing3.gif

And for gaming with Quadfire. I prefer x79.
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post #52 of 145
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Since when a 3770k is better than a 3930k??
E-Peen? doh.gif
Depends on your needs? Only gaming? i7 3770k and EVEN a i5 3570k is very fast enough.

But for multitasking, and if you have the money, get a 3930k.
X79 = Future Proof = Ivy-e boxing3.gif
And for gaming with Quadfire. I prefer x79.

And for the price of a IB-E chip "late 2013" you can Buy a Haswell cpu/MB and sell your IB cpu /mb and only be in it about 200$ at most thumb.gif

And you can do the same thing when broadwell comes out and skylake and be in it for tons and tons less money Saving enough to buy a Flag Ship Gpu each Generation..
Edited by Hokies83 - 10/17/12 at 7:27pm
    
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post #53 of 145
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Since when a 3770k is better than a 3930k??
E-Peen? doh.gif
Depends on your needs? Only gaming? i7 3770k and EVEN a i5 3570k is very fast enough.

But for multitasking, and if you have the money, get a 3930k.
X79 = Future Proof = Ivy-e boxing3.gif
And for gaming with Quadfire. I prefer x79.
I do have enough money to go around $3000 on this system and with a 680 I still have $2600 as my final price. Newegg rocks thumb.gif
post #54 of 145
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I do have enough money to go around $3000 on this system and with a 680 I still have $2600 as my final price. Newegg rocks thumb.gif

Get a great case a 3770k 2 gtx 680 4gbs afew SSDs a 120hz 3d monitor maybe do surround?
    
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Does OP care about the electric bill?
My friend's 3930K runs at 4.4 GHz with 180~200something watts rendering a video in Sony Vegas.

I was going to bring power up, but honestly the chips are as efficient as the Sandy Bridge arch, so at idle or near idle, they use very little power. My sig idles at around 130w. That's not much for the component load.

200w from the wall for a rending system is not much.
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post #56 of 145
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Well one is a kiddie chip for facebook and youtube.
The other is a beast and will actually be useful for you.
Seriously, 12 threads > 4 threads for all the stuff you will be doing.

You gotta be kidding...
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Since when a 3770k is better than a 3930k??
E-Peen? doh.gif
Depends on your needs? Only gaming? i7 3770k and EVEN a i5 3570k is very fast enough.

But for multitasking, and if you have the money, get a 3930k.
X79 = Future Proof = Ivy-e boxing3.gif
And for gaming with Quadfire. I prefer x79.

Future-proofing doesn't exist guys, be real...You can resell stuff and buy next gen every time easily. wink.gif
Since when did the OP say he's a proffesional on a tight schedule needing the absolute best time efficiency for his editing work?
pci-e 3.0 does wonders for multi gpu setups, 3770k is no slouch, heck it's even faster, clocks like mad, can go sub zero for ln2 fun, has 8 threads...and it's cheaper and runs with less watts from the wall.
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I do have enough money to go around $3000 on this system and with a 680 I still have $2600 as my final price. Newegg rocks thumb.gif

Listen to Hokies...
post #57 of 145
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I do have enough money to go around $3000 on this system and with a 680 I still have $2600 as my final price. Newegg rocks thumb.gif

Look at my build man. I have tons of ability for future ideas. and the Z77 platform is the only thing that fully utilizes the 680's power through the new pci-3 lanes. and if you get hung up on Ivy Bridges heat issues look at my Delidded Ivy Bridge Club. A 3770K can compete with a 3930K in darn near everything. except one thing....and thats in benchmarking only. if you have lots opf RAM in your build you can multitask like a boss no matter what. if you want speed then OC your CPU to like 4.3 or 4.5. no need to have a 12 thread processor for once in a while splurges of heavy loads. I mean look at my sig I've gotten my ordinary 3770K up to 5.4 Jiggahertz on and H100. When you get a 3770K you can use the extra money from the 3930K to get a better monitor/RAM/case etc.

Also the Cosmos 2 case is a beast and you wont be disappointed in it all all. Its heavy but your stuff is well protected. I thought about this for a while on the Z77 or X79 platform and honestly I'm very happy with the Z77 plat. you don't need super huge mobo's and more exspensive CPU's.

PM me exactly what programs your going to use and such and I'll help you out thumb.gif
post #58 of 145
Ive sent him about 150 Bench marks.. And shown him the 3770k Wins in every aspect he is looking for from Gaming to Video work.

Just google 3770k vs 3930k Benchmark and check the benchmarks it is all there... Non bias reviews....

It is all there..

http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/cpu-charts-2012/compare,3142.html?prod%5B5754%5D=on&prod%5B5745%5D=on

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/551?vs=552

If you go to AnAndtech look to the left on Cpu selection you can go in there and look for Video encoding / Creation Benchmarks there is about a Dozen i think the 3770k wins in 10 of the 12.

Also i have not done it but for Video encoding you can play with the Igpu ive heard of people getting more performance out of it i have yet to try tho.
Edited by Hokies83 - 10/17/12 at 8:20pm
    
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Look at my build man. I have tons of ability for future ideas. and the Z77 platform is the only thing that fully utilizes the 680's power through the new pci-3 lanes. and if you get hung up on Ivy Bridges heat issues look at my Delidded Ivy Bridge Club. A 3770K can compete with a 3930K in darn near everything. except one thing....and thats in benchmarking only. if you have lots opf RAM in your build you can multitask like a boss no matter what. if you want speed then OC your CPU to like 4.3 or 4.5. no need to have a 12 thread processor for once in a while splurges of heavy loads. I mean look at my sig I've gotten my ordinary 3770K up to 5.4 Jiggahertz on and H100. When you get a 3770K you can use the extra money from the 3930K to get a better monitor/RAM/case etc.
Also the Cosmos 2 case is a beast and you wont be disappointed in it all all. Its heavy but your stuff is well protected. I thought about this for a while on the Z77 or X79 platform and honestly I'm very happy with the Z77 plat. you don't need super huge mobo's and more exspensive CPU's.
PM me exactly what programs your going to use and such and I'll help you out thumb.gif

Thanks alot. Lots of helpful information. I am looking into the Z77 Ivy bridge platform, I am a little sad that there is no XL-ATX for this platform, but I guess the E-ATX will do. I just dont want this looking super small in the case. Ive heard that its huge and I dont want it to look like I installed a microatx mobo in a Full tower case
post #60 of 145
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Originally Posted by GamingBuild View Post

Thanks alot. Lots of helpful information. I am looking into the Z77 Ivy bridge platform, I am a little sad that there is no XL-ATX for this platform, but I guess the E-ATX will do. I just dont want this looking super small in the case. Ive heard that its huge and I dont want it to look like I installed a microatx mobo in a Full tower case

for a mobo get the ASUS P8Z77-V Premium......I love this mobo.

no problem

also Hokie gotta say it nicely ^.^
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