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1155 stops at ivy, but that doesn't mean it no longer is relevant.
my opinion is to stop waiting for new platforms, just pull the trigger at the best your money can buy when the time is ready. every year a new one comes out. pointless to "wait for "

Yeah waiting is a game that sux to be honest.

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The 4770K is projected to be 30% faster then a 3930K in single threaded so it will perform better in most games

4770k is the Haswell i7 right? I wonder if there will be a stronger upcoming 2011 socket CPU that will perform faster.

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Sb-E and Ivy-E are the same socket (socket 2011) so if you get a 3930k now, you can change the cpu later this year when Ivy-E come out. Haswell will be a new socket (1150).

Good to know. Thanks mate.

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The 4770K is projected to be 30% faster then a 3930K in single threaded so it will perform better in most games

Got a link to that ?
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Yeah waiting is a game that sux to be honest.
4770k is the Haswell i7 right? I wonder if there will be a stronger upcoming 2011 socket CPU that will perform faster.
Good to know. Thanks mate.

the way i see it is that socket 2011 is a heavy duty ( 6cores and possibly 8 cores) system while 1155/1150 is more mainstream (4cores only). Current Ivy/SB are very very good system even with 4 cores only, i don't think one can possibly go wrong picking any. But if you make use of 6 or + cores why not get a system that is more oriented for that. Gaming in itself you won't notice a difference. When i traded my i5 750 for my 3930k the only place i saw difference was in folding/editing. For gaming or browsing it just felt the same.

And i don't there is a link to where it says that Haswell will be 30% fater then SB-E... it's still all speculations.
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30% increase..? I will believe it when I see it. Just like all the speculation that Bulldozer will bulldoze Intel to the ground. All talk. Benchmarks are where its at.
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So I was waiting for the Ivy-E for the summer but it seems the CPU is delayed?

 

I will hopefully grab a Hashwell or SB-E this summer.

 

3570k is not as great with my new Titan.

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Got a link to that ?

He is just pulling numbers out of the air
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So I was waiting for the Ivy-E for the summer but it seems the CPU is delayed?

I will hopefully grab a Hashwell or SB-E this summer.

3570k is not as great with my new Titan.
delid and raise your overclock on your 3570K for now..
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delid and raise your overclock on your 3570K for now..


Can't.

 

I believe I have the worse 3570k in the world.

 

4.3 is the most stable I can have.

 

I wish I could go for 4.5 but no luck.

 

My H100 has 2 fans, I will add 2 more and try again.

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Haswell was speculated at a 15% better ipc but its closer to 10 now. 3930k ill be 17% slower in ipc then a 4770k
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