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I can easily use 100% of all my threads. I have it limited to about 85% to 90% so I can play Minecraft, Guild Wars 2, and whatnot at reasonable FPS.

With more normal programs, yeah, you should have a good lead with your setup.
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depends on what you want to do, apparently if you delid the 3770k you can prob hit 5 ghz on air if ur a bit lucky, just gotta get Liquid pro or liquid ultra to apply after delid and glue removal, a 3770k outperforms the 3930k + 3960x in terms of gaming the only thing those 2 dominate are multi operations
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post #83 of 94
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I can easily use 100% of all my threads. I have it limited to about 85% to 90% so I can play Minecraft, Guild Wars 2, and whatnot at reasonable FPS.
With more normal programs, yeah, you should have a good lead with your setup.

What the benches Show is there is not much difference between the 2 when running 1 program Media or gaming.

When the 3930k really pulls ahead is when as an example you need to encode 2-3 videos all at once Then the 3930k destroys the 3770k..

But 1 Program there pretty close going back and forth depending on how each program likes either chip.
    
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post #84 of 94
personally get the 3930K (or even 3820 save some money on the cpu and put towards something else) and as soon as the new 2011 chips come out drop one in.

As you can see, that's what i am doing. but getting a 3930k would suffice.
    
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What the benches Show is there is not much difference between the 2 when running 1 program Media or gaming.
When the 3930k really pulls ahead is when as an example you need to encode 2-3 videos all at once Then the 3930k destroys the 3770k..
But 1 Program there pretty close going back and forth depending on how each program likes either chip.

Make that 83%, 92%, or 100%, of course (10 or 11 threads, or all 12, depending what I feel like, but the workload still seems to get distributed between the threads. With SMP maybe?) It's at a lower priority. I'm running 1 task per thread.
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If you are in music production DAW is surrounding where 39xx gives the most (app's like Cubase, Sonar etc) band.gif
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post #87 of 94
Im just not a Fan of the Socket 2011 Upgrade Path.. Ivy-E Late 2013 socket 2011 will be an Aged socket by then...

I rather just sell what i have and buy the all new socket 1150 stuff and have the latest and greatest features.. and still be alot cheaper in doing it..

LoL ive done Since my core 2 quad then to X58 then to Sandy then to Ivy.

And i ve always had the very latest and never went more then 200$ in the hole doing it.

So 200$ a year to have the best is pure win imo.

Everybody may not see it that way.. just like i do not see socket 2011 as a good upgrade path.. but thats what i like to do.
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I dont think Haswell initial is gonna be worth the upgrade unless you want lower power consumption. Honestly intel basically said the main focus is lowering the watts
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I dont think Haswell initial is gonna be worth the upgrade unless you want lower power consumption. Honestly intel basically said the main focus is lowering the watts

I expect 15%

I have to cause if i do not ill have a dated Cpu.

And i get Mbs for 50% off so it is no biggy for me.

I do not think ill have any issues selling my 24/7 5.2ghz 3770k in the market place for 300$ lol.
    
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I already have water cooling parts. Probably add another rad and pump+ water block... But I will need fans and a controller... My system is loud with no controller with 3000rpm scythes.
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