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My mobo is from the same time frame as X58. I doubt that it is going anywhere anytime soon.
 
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I usually don't boast but.. I do have a i7-980x @ 4.8ghz in my x58 system with 2300 mhz ddr3. I don't personally know anyone with a 3770k @ 4.4 Ghz to compare to, as in, talk to them on chat and have them run some sort of benchmark that I can then in turn duplicate and compare to. But some of the tests I can find on review websites (Aida64 tests and CineBench CPU tests), my 980x @ 4.8 w/ this ram is coming up better than even a stock speed i7-3970X, and a little faster than a 3770k @ 4.4 (I found someone on youtube with one doing cinebench) at least in that test. Probably due to the extra threads, though.

So x58 may be old, but considering Sandy Bridge-E is also pci-e 2.0 currently.. there's not a whole lot of difference in a high-speed x58 system and the newer stuff.

Something else some of you might not of thought about, there are dual-socket LGA-1366 server motherboards, and one could in theory put two of these in those and end up with 4 cores + HT @ 4400mhz for a server.

I know in multi-threaded performance two 6-core 12-thread processors would win out, but.. it is an interesting prospect.


I don't think I'd go as far as to say the 980x at 4.8 is faster than a stock 3970x. It should be faster than the 3770K though.
     
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I don't think I'd go as far as to say the 980x at 4.8 is faster than a stock 3970x. It should be faster than the 3770K though.

A 980X at 4.8GHz is faster than a stock 3970X, and by a significant margin.

The main exception is stuff that makes heavy use of AVX, which isn't much (Gulftown doesn't have AVX).

A stock 980x is also faster than a stock 3770k in heavily threaded tasks, and a 4.8GHz 980x is faster than a stock 3770k in virtually everything (that doesn't make heavy use of AVX).
Edited by Blameless - 4/24/13 at 6:03am
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double posted some how, a mod can delete this if they find it.
Edited by kithylin - 4/5/14 at 11:04pm
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Since you seem bent on shooting down everything I claim, I suppose I'll have to go to all the trouble to run the benchmarks and make the screenshots and show you.

Like I said in my previous post, at least in cinebench multi-threaded tests (both R-10 & R-11.5), this thing -IS- faster than the I7-3960X LGA-2011 processor.
It's not the top in single-threaded though.
And I am well aware that the 3960X would easily top it if it was overclocked to 4.8 ghz as well. That's not the issue here.
The issue is the x58 platform can still compete with "the latest and greatest" processors @ their stock speeds if we push x58 far enough.
It's -NOT- a "old and dead" platform by any means what so ever.

To me I was looking at either spending $1200 on LGA-2011 system (And that's with the 3930K, (not even affording the 3960x processor), and a motherboard capable of 4-way-SLI-8x like my x58 classified can), or getting a 980x for my existing x58 platform for < $500 and overclocking it. I researched around online and found the 980x (if OC'd far enough) can match even with stock speeded 3960X and surpass it, and both LGA-2011 and x58 are both pci-express 2.0 currently, so I went with this option.


Cinebench R-10 Multi-Threaded benchmark lists:

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/CPU/39 - Lists I7-3960X @ 31491

Screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/8hgmAP0.jpg - I7-980x @ 4.8 ghz - 37440


CineBench R-11.5 Multi-threaded Benchmark Lists:

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/CPU/345 - I7-3960x @ 10.52
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1914/9/ - I7-2960x @ 11.46

Screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/iZLAR4t.jpg - I7-980x @ 12.20 & 12.23 (I ran it twice)

Again.. I don't know about other tests. I'll hunt down a copy of SiSoft Sandra 2012 and try to run that in a little bit, I have morning stuff to do.
Edited by kithylin - 4/24/13 at 12:03pm
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Wow 33 multiplier smile.gif I wonder what is the stock voltage on these.
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The 3930k/3960x/3970x are generally faster than the 980x/990x clock for clock, but the 1366 extreme cpus are still powerhouses. SB-e cpus are somewhat multi limited, if one doesn't clock higher than 5.2Ghz (for example), nothing will make it clock higher, where the 980x/990x can keep going. For benchmarks like wprime where clockspeed counts, gulftown still beats sb-e.

A few benches I've run with both cpus

cinebench 11.5
990x


3930k


aida64 cpu queen
990x


3930k


Blackhole benchmark
990x


3930k
    
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I already said that in my post earlier.. clock for clock, yes they are faster if you brought a 3960X up to 4.8 ghz also. Like I also said, that is -NOT- the point I was trying to make, at all.

I was trying to say a 980x @ 4.8 is faster than the 3960X -AT STOCK SPEED- which to me, means I get the power of the "basic" 3960X with half the price or less.
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