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post #31 of 42
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Originally Posted by Electroneng View Post

Haswell = Skip this generation.

For Ivy and even Sandy users, a no go!

For new PC builders, a nice choice.

For new builders, I'd actually recommend a 3770k from Micro Center, if they can get one. They go for $230 there.
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I have to say I don't trust those tests and I agree that the overclock might not be stable.

The plethora of Z87 boards are not yet released or revised and it's being compared to a Maximus V.

Also, I can't trust anyone who does a test and makes the dumbest tables ever. I mean, if you're going to color code with two colors, what kind of buffoon switches the colors on the keys? Either keep Haswell as blue and Ivy as red, instead of switching them.

I have heard that Intel is making less overclocking enthusiasts happy with their new CPUs, but I would still expect a similar jump from Ivy as Ivy jumped up from Sandy.
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post #33 of 42
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I'm building a Z77 system right before Haswell comes out, and I'll build a Z78 before the next gen after that.

Why? Better BIOS, later motherboard revisions, later CPU steppings and generally better drivers. All at a perfect price:performance point for me.

That's not a bad strategy. I was thinking about doing that for the 3930k.
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post #34 of 42
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Originally Posted by Electroneng View Post

Haswell = Skip this generation.

For Ivy and even Sandy users, a no go!

For new PC builders, a nice choice.

I agree, even though if I was to build a new PC, I would probably go with Ivy.

Looks like I am going to stick with my tried and true 2500k through another generation.
post #35 of 42
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I agree, even though if I was to build a new PC, I would probably go with Ivy.
Yeah, that's what I'm doing. Ordered the parts for a Ivy build today.
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post #36 of 42
And i7 SB/IB prices never changed at retailers still carrying both like NCIX

That's the depressing part for me
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post #37 of 42
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And i7 SB/IB prices never changed at retailers still carrying both like NCIX

That's the depressing part for me

In the UK that happened with Sandybridge too. Rather than make them cheaper, they kept them the same price and made Ivybridge more expensive...
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post #38 of 42
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For new builders, I'd actually recommend a 3770k from Micro Center, if they can get one. They go for $230 there.

No Microcenter's between Atlanta and Northern Virginia. I live in the Middle.mad.gif

I have a Tigerdirect 10 miles away but they do not take a loss on CPU's to get people in the store like Microcenter does.
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post #39 of 42
About what % is the markup on chips, just a ball park figure?
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Looks like I'll stick with my I5 2500k for another generation xD.
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