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3770k is plenty unless you're a hardcore pro video editor, and need the absolute fastest multithreaded monster. For everything else, and specially gaming the 3770k is faster and can oc further if you feel like it (delidding, or freezing stuff).
You could get a 3770k + Maximus V Formula for a decent price at Microcenter for example.
If you are not sure you don't really "need" a 3930k. If you fold or intend to run 3 or 4 gpus then it's the best, specially coupled with water cooling for the cpu and mobo vrm's... thumb.gif
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3930K.

I could have waited for you to answer what your using it for, or explain your budget. But this is OCN and we specialize in overkill.

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3770k is plenty unless you're a hardcore pro video editor, and need the absolute fastest multithreaded monster. For everything else, and specially gaming the 3770k is faster and can oc further if you feel like it (delidding, or freezing stuff).
You could get a 3770k + Maximus V Formula for a decent price at Microcenter for example.
If you are not sure you don't really "need" a 3930k. If you fold or intend to run 3 or 4 gpus then it's the best, specially coupled with water cooling for the cpu and mobo vrm's... thumb.gif
ivan your subbed to my build log. What do you think? I'll be running two 670s. Liquid cooling no matter what. But I'm going to be gaming, editing (only my MLG footage). Pro halo. Most of all beginner programming for my associates in programming.
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Originally Posted by BinaryDemon View Post

3930K.

I could have waited for you to answer what your using it for, or explain your budget. But this is OCN and we specialize in overkill.

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

3770k is plenty unless you're a hardcore pro video editor, and need the absolute fastest multithreaded monster. For everything else, and specially gaming the 3770k is faster and can oc further if you feel like it (delidding, or freezing stuff).
You could get a 3770k + Maximus V Formula for a decent price at Microcenter for example.
If you are not sure you don't really "need" a 3930k. If you fold or intend to run 3 or 4 gpus then it's the best, specially coupled with water cooling for the cpu and mobo vrm's... thumb.gif
ivan your subbed to my build log. What do you think? I'll be running two 670s. Liquid cooling no matter what. But I'm going to be gaming, editing (only my MLG footage). Pro halo. Most of all beginner programming for my associates in programming.
post #14 of 29
then a 3770k is more than enough. put the money you saved into better graphics cards, better water cooling components, etc. you will notice more of a performance difference if you decide to go down this route.
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Okay 3770 K it is.
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Great, try to get two Lightning cards to really benefit from the water cooling. You can adjust voltage (up to 1.4v on water is fine) and overclock both to 1400mhz core easily...But only if you're going to need CUDA or 3d or you're gonna use the Lightboost hack.
You can actually use a similar effect with Samsung SA700 monitors, with AMD cards, but it has more latency than the Nvidia solution.
post #17 of 29
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I just went to the extreme PSU calculator and I only need 842w for a 5 ghz overclock for 3770k not that ill be going that high.
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If you're planning to watercool those GPUs, make sure to get a reference card, or check for waterblock availability if it's custom design. All those 4 cards that you listed use custom designs.
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If you're planning to watercool those GPUs, make sure to get a reference card, or check for waterblock availability if it's custom design. All those 4 cards that you listed use custom designs.

Actually only the MSI PE 670(the third card) uses custom designs, the other 3 are reference 680 PCB based design.

The First two are reference 680 designs, the last one( EVGA 670 2678-KR = EVGA 670 FTW) is a 670 build on 680 reference PCB. The give-away for Reference 680 PCB is the stacked 6 pin PCB & about 10" in length, custom desisns have 2 set of pins side by side and reference 670 PCBs are shorter. So all those 3 can use reference 680 Waterblocks.
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