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Proshop just removed the product from their website
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I just have to ask. Why would you buy a 3970x when the 3930K does the same job and is 600 dollars cheaper?
Why would you buy a 3930K if a ES can do the same job faster for 150 Euro there is no sense in having those procs.
However the 8/16 20m 2.3Ghz 32nm processor can't oc is is far superior.
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Several things here that seems a bit off:

Die size of GTX 780Ti = 550mm^2? GK110 aka Tesla, GPU-Z report 502m^2.

TDP og GTX 770 and 760TI is the same, yet the 770 have more cuda cores.
TDP of 780Ti is lower than GTX 780, and there is a huge difference in transistor count between the two.

Why does GTX 780 have higher memory bandwidth than 780Ti? I can see that from the memory bus and that the 780 GDDR is higher clocked, but why is it higher clocked when it have a lot less cuda cores to use that bandwidth?

That chart is way off, especially on the TDP values.
GK114 TDP will be lower than 200.

Also the GTX 700 series will release by June 2013 at the earliest.
GTX 780 Ti? Gimme a break. Looks like someone is trying too hard.
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Why would you buy a 3930K if a ES can do the same job faster for 150 Euro there is no sense in having those procs.
However the 8/16 20m 2.3Ghz 32nm processor can't oc is is far superior.

Because ESs should not be sold and no warranty and some can't clock for crap.
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Because ESs should not be sold and no warranty and some can't clock for crap.
They are stable enough also you can buy for for the price of one fail ratio per year is 10% or less.
They shouldn't be clocked server boards can't even clock them + they are locked.
But yeah they shouldn't be sold I just like the fact that they are. thumb.gif
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And you're using the post-VAT value, so it's actually LESS than that. The actual price is 5,820kr, *NOT* 72xx kr

Didn't realise that, that's even better then about 100 quid cheaper. Of course the price might not be final and the site might just be driving clicks their way, we've had no announcement from Nvidia about it so who knows.
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Through the Swedish pricematching site I found out there is another store listing it for a higher price than proshop. Some kind of finish based computer store selling to Sweden.


Proshop price in SEK: 8 399:-
Multitronic price in SEK: 8 709:-
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rampage IV extreme for proper overclocking on LGA2011 and custom watercooling (or better) for 5ghz+
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I picked up the extreme11 mainly because I wanted the RAID controller, I have 8 vertex4's in a RAID0 and I wanted the option to run 4-way SLI still. I also heard recently that the extreme11's are overclocker VERY nicely like the RIVE if not better. At least that's what I have seen from the results that some people have posted on the forums.
I just have to ask. Why would you buy a 3970x when the 3930K does the same job and is 600 dollars cheaper?
This is why I asked, because I don't know these kinds of things. I know that almost everyone was getting the 3930k because it overclocked really nicely, but I also haven't looked much into it. I had the money to spend on an extreme edition processor and I remember when I looked into them in the past that the EE processors can be stable with higher voltage (overclocked more) since it came from the center part of the wafer. Is that not the case anymore? I will be doing some custom watercooling for sure, most likely a double loop. I would also think that the extra 3mb of L3 cache would help prevent bottlenecking if I got to run 4 titans. I am using this machine for a lot of streaming and video editing for my Youtube channel, so I am trying to get the best of both worlds. Is any of this relevant ? I would be 100% happy saving 500 bucks, I just need to make sure that it would be able to run everything I want it to.
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Wow, that was a big price jump there. To go from 899$ to 1300-1400 is quite the leap.

I think one is better off buying 3 680s instead of this (unfortunately) overpriced beast.
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Wow, that was a big price jump there. To go from 899$ to 1300-1400 is quite the leap.

I think one is better off buying 3 680s instead of this (unfortunately) overpriced beast.

Do note that hardware tend to be more expensive in Europe than in the US, but since you live in Europe yourself, I guess you are affected.
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