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post #11 of 32
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LGA2011 is not worth it unless you go to the 3930k.

Passmark is a terrible benchmark. Also, those aren't overclocked, and overclocking makes a big difference, in addition to the extra PCIe lanes that the 3820 has.
post #12 of 32
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But the socket LGA1155 is a dead end socket, whereas the LGA2011 socket still has one more generation of chips.

The higher wattage PSU is because of further expansion in the future. I also read somewhere that the i7 3820 can overclock to 4.75-5.0 GHz

Dead socket smocket. It's just internet nerd talk for "I haz to get the newest to the be the bestest." 1155 will be around for 3-4 years easily. rolleyes.gif

Go 3770K, delid it, get a Corsair H110 and overclock to 5+ GHz and enjoy.
post #13 of 32
It's a gaming build?

Then the added Hyperthreading of the i7 doesn't provide any added benefits so go with an i5 3570k, Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H, Sapphire HD 7950 Boost, 500W PSU (650W for future Crossfire), there you won't waste money on stuff you don't need and you can get a custom loop and have some bucks left afterwards.
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Besides, weren't they saying YES Ive-E is 2011, but won't be compatible with most current Mobo's? MAYBE with a BIOS flash? Last time I looked into this, there was alot of speculation but it seemed to be leaning this way, and I believe Homeles was saying it too.

Anyways, I've got the 3930K and love it. I had a good deal for a 3770K but didn't upgrade simply because I needed a mobo and would have to sell my old parts, etc etc.
The 3770K is faster clock for clock, and honestly GPUs arent very limited on 1155. I would advise going that route instead. But hey, your money.
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Yeah if you are doing it for gaming mostly, HT really isn't going to help you besides if you are looking to benchmark. 3570k will be fine.
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Yeah if you are doing it for gaming mostly, HT really isn't going to help you besides if you are looking to benchmark. 3570k will be fine.

Its definitely not just gaming. I do computer science (Java & C#) and on top of that I love to edit some photos and videos. I'm looking to go i7 3820 because it can provide me with more opportunities to expand compared to LGA1155 which is limited in terms of PCI lanes and RAM slots. Not only that, I would like to also be able to upgrade to a Ivy-E processor in the near future.

Here's the article that I read about the i7 3820 being a great overclocker! http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=874&Itemid=63&limit=1&limitstart=14
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Its definitely not just gaming. I do computer science (Java & C#) and on top of that I love to edit some photos and videos. I'm looking to go i7 3820 because it can provide me with more opportunities to expand compared to LGA1155 which is limited in terms of PCI lanes and RAM slots. Not only that, I would like to also be able to upgrade to a Ivy-E processor in the near future.

Here's the article that I read about the i7 3820 being a great overclocker! http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=874&Itemid=63&limit=1&limitstart=14

At this point, then id be asking, Are you willing to wait for Haswell?? With it comes a new socket type (Socket 1150) and a smaller die size (less power consumption?) and its supposed to be faster (you dont say.. lol) I think its out middle of Q2 or something like that ????
    
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At this point, then id be asking, Are you willing to wait for Haswell?? With it comes a new socket type (Socket 1150) and a smaller die size (less power consumption?) and its supposed to be faster (you dont say.. lol) I think its out middle of Q2 or something like that ????

Haswell is still 22nm in die size. The problem with Haswell on LGA1150 is that it only has 4 RAM slots, limited PCI lanes (probably), whereas on LGA2011 its a whole new story.
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Haswell is still 22nm in die size. The problem with Haswell on LGA1150 is that it only has 4 RAM slots, limited PCI lanes (probably), whereas on LGA2011 its a whole new story.
'Only' 4 RAM slots rolleyes.gif 32GB isn't enough eh?
The PCIe lanes on 1150 are fine for 2 way crossfire/SLI. If you want 3 or 4 cards then yeah I would go with X79.
Z87 = gaming.
X79 = e-peen or if you can actually need 6 cores for rendering, 3D work etc.
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