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im debating between the 2, now from me searching a few forms its seems the 3770k has the upper hand over the 3820, now im just going from here say. i know the 3820 is not the best on the 2011, but i dont feel its right for me to drop 500 bucks for a 3930k when the next gen is around the corner .

is it worth it to jump the 2011 socket? when is the next 2011 chip release? should i hold of on the 3820 and save for 3930k?
    
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I personally wouldn't invest in LGA 1155. It's being phased out and LGA 1150 will take its place in a matter of 5-6 months. LGA 2011 however will have Ivy Bridge-E coming out in the third quarter of 2013. Therefor i'd go with the 3820/LGA 2011. I personally owned a 3820 and I was able to achieve 4.5GHZ @ 1.328v on my ASrock Extreme4-M. It kicked everything ass. Was overkill for me so I downgraded but I didn't regret going with that platform.

My only suggestion would be look into your motherboard choice extensively. There where a lot of horrible X79 motherboards that came out. I know for a fact that the ASrock Extreme4-M and Biostar X79 T-Power work pretty well. They aren't the best overclockers but they are cheap thumb.gif
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I personally wouldn't invest in LGA 1155. It's being phased out and LGA 1150 will take its place in a matter of 5-6 months. LGA 2011 however will have Ivy Bridge-E coming out in the third quarter of 2013. Therefor i'd go with the 3820/LGA 2011. I personally owned a 3820 and I was able to achieve 4.5GHZ @ 1.328v on my ASrock Extreme4-M. It kicked ass.
what is the max voltage on 3820? are the 3820 hotter than ivy? is 4.5 your wall or comfort zone? is it common for 3820 to hit 5ghz on water ( stable)?
    
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what is the max voltage on 3820? are the 3820 hotter than ivy? is 4.5 your wall or comfort zone? is it common for 3820 to hit 5ghz on water ( stable)?


My 3820 was pretty hot. I used a Corsair H60 and @ 4.5GHZ w/ HT it would hit about 70C full load after 2-3 hours. But they have a max operating temperature of 105C so that's really not "That hot" I also know it consumed about 140W total w/ that overclock. 4.5GHZ was my comfort zone. I didn't want to increase heat or voltage so I left it @ 4.5GHZ.

As far as max voltage I couldn't tell you. I'd assume it can take more volts since it's a 32nm chip. I'd say maybe 1.6V at an absolute max??? Maybe a little lower. I've seen several running @ about 1.5V for 5GHZ.


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3770k will get you equal performance for less $$. if you have an upgrade plan (ie you know you'll go hexacore in the next year), go 2011 but otherwise i'd go 1155. just my 2cents.gif
 
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My 3820 was pretty hot. I used a Corsair H60 and @ 4.5GHZ w/ HT it would hit about 70C full load after 2-3 hours. But they have a max operating temperature of 105C so that's really not "That hot" I also know it consumed about 140W total w/ that overclock. 4.5GHZ was my comfort zone. I didn't want to increase heat or voltage so I left it @ 4.5GHZ.
As far as max voltage I couldn't tell you. I'd assume it can take more volts since it's a 32nm chip. I'd say maybe 1.6V at an absolute max??? Maybe a little lower. I've seen several running @ about 1.5V for 5GHZ.
yea im not worried about my temps with my custom water loop. looking at intel web is says the 3820 only supports up to 2133mhz ram but yet i hear people push more than that on a 3820

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3770k will get you equal performance for less $$. if you have an upgrade plan (ie you know you'll go hexacore in the next year), go 2011 but otherwise i'd go 1155. just my 2cents.gif
i know myself and im always gunning for cutting edge, i always love talk crap on how my pc can run marathons are mac users ( co-workers)
    
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yea im not worried about my temps with my custom water loop. looking at intel web is says the 3820 only supports up to 2133mhz ram but yet i hear people push more than that on a 3820
i know myself and im always gunning for cutting edge, i always love talk crap on how my pc can run marathons are mac users ( co-workers)





I have the same issue. I don't need cutting edge but I always shoot for it LOL. If I don't have the most cutting edge I have the "Newest available" on a specific platform. Hence why I have a Trinity based build at the moment tongue.gif Better believe when Richland drops i'll jump right on that horse.



I wouldn't worry about the temps. With a custom loop you'll be all good. I have seen people run 2666MHZ on their LGA 2011 rigs...so you should be good.
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You have a good system, so dont waste your money on new CPU.

Wait till mid 2013 to see what new CPU's have to offer.
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