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so 80% of the score with lower clock for 30% of the price? Intel should really fix their pricing, it doesn't make sens.

The 3970X has a price premium because it's the best. An overclocked 3930K would yield similar results with a much smaller price disparity.
     
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post #32 of 114
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so 80% of the score with lower clock for 30% of the price? Intel should really fix their pricing, it doesn't make sens.

You pay a premium for the best of the best in basically all markets for anything (see titan). It's especially bad when AMD has nothing that can remotely compete with Intel's six core chips.
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It was also clocked 400Mhz higher. Come on Al. Dont start with the excuses. wink.giflachen.gif

Its a single benchmark guys. No need to get all defensive. This is a good thing.

Its not defensive, its truth. No way a 4770K will match or beat a six core Intel. Not happening. Ya in most games its irrelevant to have a Intel six core, but as we seen from crysis 3, and other recently released, it wont be for long.

I don't own a six core so I am not biased. But I know there is no way that you can say total score matters. I would love to see a cinebench score, and see what ya have to say to that. biggrin.gif

Haswell is still a somewhat unknown here. We will have to wait for release to see what happens.
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Its not defensive, its truth. No way a 4770K will match or beat a six core Intel. Not happening. Ya in most games its irrelevant to have a Intel six core, but as we seen from crysis 3, and other recently released, it wont be for long.

I don't own a six core so I am not biased. But I know there is no way that you can say total score matters. I would love to see a cinebench score, and see what ya have to say to that. biggrin.gif

Haswell is still a somewhat unknown here. We will have to wait for release to see what happens.

We're not comparing cinebench in this thread. This thread is about a quad sli setup between two processors in 3dmark11. That's it. In this one "benchmark" the 4770K is within 1% of the 3970X.
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We're not comparing cinebench in this thread. This thread is about a quad sli setup between two processors in 3dmark11. That's it. In this one "benchmark" the 4770K is within 1% of the 3970X.

Its not. Compare the cpu scores.
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4 way Z87 board with i imagine a PLX chip and how is it a failure? Even if you want to throw the 2.0 vs 3.0 issue out the king of kings 3960X is only ahead of the new mainstream king by a small amount.

One could say that if they were both at 5Ghz the 4770K would have probably won. biggrin.gif

Lol, I don't see how a 12k CPU score is only a "small amount" less than a 15k CPU score? My 3960X get nearly 16k CPU score at 5GHz and the 4770k will be no where near that. I'm guessing it'll still be a full 3 points or so behind in Cinebench as well...
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I won't even talk about the problems with the test itself, which has already been addressed, I'l say it's interesting to know benches, but... in terms of relevancy for enthusiasts ? Does this affect anybody's purchase decisions ? No.

Here's why:

1. People already on the X79 platform have no reason whatsoever to switch to a mainstream socket for possibly irrelevant benefits, let alone the fact that upgrading to IB-e keeping everything else is what makes the most sense;

2. People who are waiting to decide on what to buy have to decide what their budget is and what they want to do with the platform. Buying SB-e right now doesn't make much sense seeing as IB-e will be released later in the year with official PCIe 3.0 support, more IPC and a better IMC; so people either decide they will be fine with Haswell or they wait for IB-e.

The only interest I see in this is for people deciding on whether it makes more sense to buy a second hand SB-e system or a new Haswell system.
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Believe me, if I really thought Haswell was going to be a significant improvement over my SB-E I'd be listing the RIVE and 3960X in the marketplace right now...
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Common stay puft, I could take a 3960x @ 5ghz and pair it with a GTS 420....My score would be SIGNIFICANTLY worse than an i3 with any decent discrete GPU.  Now we all know that an i3 can't actually compete and that the finals scores are skewed by other factors than CPU performance.  

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It pretty much boils down to this:

4770K > 3970X in situations when the application utilizes 4c/8t or less (everyday tasks and moderately multi-threaded).
4770K < 3970X in situations when the application utilizes 5c/10t or 6c/12t (highly multi-threaded).
4770K ~= 3970K in situations when the application cares most about GPU power (games and GPU-dependent 3D benchmarks).
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