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Where? Isn't it $570 ?
He's saying he wants competition to lower the prices until the 3930k is $350
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I would like to see a cpu without a igpu.
Some kind of Gamers edition cpu.
or a better co-op working with a 3 party graph card that would make having a igpu usfull
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Become a part of the retail edge program and you'll get it for lower tongue.gif

I know right, $200 is quite the deal.

Damn, check out the upcoming summer deals. eek.gif

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Deal 1
3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 3770K
Desktop Processor

Clock speed: 3.5 GHz (up to 3.9 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost 2.0)
4 cores, 8 threads

Pricing:
Rock Legend: $60.00 USD
Rockstar: $75.00 USD
Producer: $85.00 USD


Deal 2
3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 3930K
Desktop Processor

Clock speed: 3.2 GHz (up to 3.8 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost 2.0)
6 cores, 12 threads

Pricing:
Rock Legend: $155.00 USD
Rockstar: $170.00 USD
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Really? doh.gif

Rumored, not confirmed.
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You will have full control in steps of 1 MHz – up to 200 MHz – with a fully unlocked (K) processor. Or maybe I should say "can" because in reality the only limiting factor is UEFI feature support, which can limit/reduce the stuff what you can and can't do.

There are also up to 7 OC bins for unlocked processor models. Just like Sandy and Ivy Bridge models support right now. Again. The only limiting factor is the UEFI where someone can say STOP and write a 0 in a certain MSR and then NO GO. Then they let you pay extra for a so called OC board and surprise surprise. Now the restriction is lifted. The pre-selections menu might even be gone, but now you are in full control. This enabled the motherboard manufacturers to make a little extra money. Nobody will admit it, of course, but that's the way things are.

And to give you an idea: Here I have a menu with 100 MHz (the default), 125 MHz and 167 MHz to select from, and below that there is a -/+ sign plus input field where I can change the pre-selected value (5~7% up/down).

Also. What people here seem to be missing is the hugely improved memory OC ability with support for up to almost 3 GHz. For me and my G.Skill 2800 MHz DDR3 modules, this is where most of the gain comes from. DDR3 OC heaven!

What? I don't know where you get your info from, but what you're saying is misleading/wrong regarding BCLK.

BCLK is fully adjustable. That was the case on SB, and will be the case on Haswell. The problem is that when you adjust it too far outside of 100 mhz, PCI-E, SATA, USB, etc. devices are dropped due to them not having tolerance outside that range.
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Originally Posted by tech99 View Post

I was so looking forward to upgrading from 920 to 4770K. Now I'm totally confused about what CPU to buy.. 3770K or 4770K. Nice job, Intel.

If you can wait, 4770k. If you don't want to wait, 3770k. Simple as that. 4770k will at least be equal to the 3770k, but if you have software that can take advantage of AVX2, it will be up to twice as fast as the 3770k.
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BCLK is fully adjustable. That was the case on SB, and will be the case on Haswell. The problem is that when you adjust it too far outside of 100 mhz, PCI-E, SATA, USB, etc. devices are dropped due to them not having tolerance outside that range.

If you adjust something, and it breaks something because you adjusted it, it's not really adjustable. That's kind of against the definition of overclocking.
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If you adjust something, and it breaks something because you adjusted it, it's not really adjustable. That's kind of against the definition of overclocking.

The point is, you can adjust the BCLK to whatever you want in the bios, it isn't locked down. There's other factors that lock it down, but the bios is not one of them.
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So that mean it's not improved for games frown.gif ?
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It`s improved for games, 1% it`s not enough ? tongue.gif
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It`s improved for games, 1% it`s not enough ? tongue.gif
LOL no was expecting atleast 10%
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I'm happy with my 3770k. It's good enough for the games I play. Unless there is some killer app that demands a 4770, I'm gonna stick with IVB. The new chip does not seem impressive enough to warrant an all new build
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