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Should be. Supposed to be 5-10% better clock for clock according to Anandtech (more at some things). Overclocking is yet to be determined though, so that would play a big role.
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Someone actually said 3820? Haha
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Someone actually said 3820? Haha
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For gaming go for i5 3570k
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Which is best recommended when it comes to pure gaming?
I see most say the Sandy Bridge because of the overclocking advantages it has over the ivy. Your thoughts?
If you're a pure gamer, you would want to be checking out an i5. I know a lot of people are still rocking the 2500K, it's a champ still. It can be had at a real good price, with lot's of money left over for a beast GPU.
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3820
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post #17 of 93
The 3770K, but if you're only gaming a 3570K would be a decent investment. I doubt you will get much out of the added cache and Hyperthreading before you buy a new system.

With that being said, if you're keen on the 3770K it's still a nice CPU, very nice indeed!
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Someone actually said 3820? Haha

I've explained it before multiple times, but if someone wants more than 4 threads, it much better to go into X79 for multiple reasons, and cost being one of them. The cost of a 3770k/3820 are very similar and sometimes the X79 can be cheaper over-all and offers much more upgradability than the EOL 1155. The 100$ premium for HT on 1155 is not worth it when can get the same 8 threads + more on x79, especially is one is going mATX.

3820 is a quite capable chip, and gives a way to upgrade. 1155 and the 2700k/3770k do not.
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If you're a pure gamer, you would want to be checking out an i5. I know a lot of people are still rocking the 2500K, it's a champ still. It can be had at a real good price, with lot's of money left over for a beast GPU.
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Exactly.

Either a 2500k/3570k or jump into the 3820 and X79. HT on 1155 is a waste, in my very humble opinion.

the 3820 is still very OCable even though it's multi isn't unlocked, and offers the upgrade to the 3930K and 12 thread territory.

but I digress.
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If you're buying now - 3570K, if you're willing to wait a few months - 4670K biggrin.gif
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Someone actually said 3820? Haha

I've explained it before multiple times, but if someone wants more than 4 threads, it much better to go into X79 for multiple reasons, and cost being one of them. The cost of a 3770k/3820 are very similar and sometimes the X79 can be cheaper over-all and offers much more upgradability than the EOL 1155. The 100$ premium for HT on 1155 is not worth it when can get the same 8 threads + more on x79, especially is one is going mATX.

3820 is a quite capable chip, and gives a way to upgrade. 1155 and the 2700k/3770k do not.
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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

If you're a pure gamer, you would want to be checking out an i5. I know a lot of people are still rocking the 2500K, it's a champ still. It can be had at a real good price, with lot's of money left over for a beast GPU.
thinking.gif

Exactly.

Either a 2500k/3570k or jump into the 3820 and X79. HT on 1155 is a waste, in my very humble opinion.

the 3820 is still very OCable even though it's multi isn't unlocked, and offers the upgrade to the 3930K and 12 thread territory.

but I digress.

^^Concur, however I wouldn't be putting money down on 1155 considering its future.



Re; the bolded quote.

Troll much? Get educated, read below.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1322119/12-11-vs-310-33/0_40

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Both cards clocked to 1300 core and 1750 memory (7000 effective). The 680 is actually running slightly higher clocks, 1305/1752 -ish. Systems are very close, almost identical in the most respects, SSD RAID 0, 16GB Samsung wonder ram @ 2133 (same timings), watercooled cpu/gpu/vrm, etc...


The 7970 setup. You can also look at the rigs in my sig rig.

3930k is limited to 4 cores. I ran cinebench to confirm performance is the same. They should be since it's the same IPC. After running cinebench, I have to barf a little when I think about how much two cores costs in relation to the 3820 lol.

3820@4.8ghz (37x 130) - 9.32pts


3930K@4.8ghz (48x100) - 9.35pts
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