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hrmmmm idk it just seems obvious to keep the 3930k instead if get a 4770k.
Sell the 3930k and get a 4930k instead
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hrmmmm idk it just seems obvious to keep the 3930k instead if get a 4770k.
Sell the 3930k and get a 4930k instead
no.
post #53 of 56
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no.
Why not you could probably get the 4930k for $100 after selling the 3930k and you get up to 10% performance gain. It's what I'm doing once the 4930k is released if it can oc to at least 4.5 ghz ill be a happy person.
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Why not you could probably get the 4930k for $100 after selling the 3930k and you get up to 10% performance gain. It's what I'm doing once the 4930k is released if it can oc to at least 4.5 ghz ill be a happy person.

That's about what I'm guessing too. The equivalent of about 400MHz. I'm going to wait quite a while yet though, that is if I ever bother to upgrade my X79 build from the 3930K.
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no.
Why not you could probably get the 4930k for $100 after selling the 3930k and you get up to 10% performance gain. It's what I'm doing once the 4930k is released if it can oc to at least 4.5 ghz ill be a happy person.
maybe under custom loop but the temps will be even higher on average.
are higher temps worth it or maybe just upgrade current cooling situation to the 3930K and raise overclock to compensate performance difference.?
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maybe under custom loop but the temps will be even higher on average.
are higher temps worth it or maybe just upgrade current cooling situation to the 3930K and raise overclock to compensate performance difference.?
Why would the temps be higher its not paste they are soldered. So the soldered 4930k temp wise would be equivalent to a delidded 3770k. Guess only time will tell once they are released. But being soldered should have temps near a 3930k. There's less watts on the 4930k versus 3930k and also a higher tj max. So if anything vrm's will be a little cooler and on air the vrm won't be causing throttling.
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