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Originally Posted by quakeas View Post

Well yea they support it but it actually only runs in 2.0 because sandy brige express isnt support by nvidia, or am i wrong ?

(sorry for wasting your time, i'm just so confused overall tongue.gif)

I would definitely get the 3930k if you are looking for the best for your tri-titans. X79 (socket 2011) has 40 pcie 3.0 lanes. So your cards should run at 16x/16x/8x pcie3.0. I believe with the gtx Titan pcie3.0 is enable by default. It was the gtx 680/670's that were originally not supported.
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If you have the money, go with a 3770K/4770K. Otherwise, grab a FX 8350. I'm not trolling, look at the Crysis 3 benchmarks, it's a hell of a chip.
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And **** off with socket 2011. The only somewhat viable CPU there is the 3820, wich I love, but something like a 3970X isn't going to make your framerate go up at all compared to a 4770K.
Double standards much?
The same benchmark that shows good numbers for the 8350 will show even better numbers for the SB-E hexacore chips.
While on most of the games, intel quadcores will outperform the 8350 due to higher IPC and the games not utilizing the extra cores on AMD's chips.

I'd go with x79 3930k solution, it's a 3-way Titan SLI setup. The real question is, are you really gonna use all that power? Maybe you are better off with a 4770k / 2 way SLI Titan.
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post #23 of 26
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yea, question is :

FPS-Wise, am i better of with a socket 2011 or a i4770k, that's with me buying 3 titans

really cant find the answer on any benchmark
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post #24 of 26
Don't waste your money on Titan's if you're gaming. Go for the GTX 780's.

And socket 2011 will yield better results as there are more PCIe lanes than Ivy and Haswell.
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So i've found a way to watercool all my setup, with the new boards out (http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/zardon/gigabyte-ga-z87x-oc-motherboard-review-w-intel-i7-4770k/22/), going x79 is still the right choice ( thats if i want maximum GAMING performance? )

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post #26 of 26
Why are people so concerned about him saving money. He is buying 3 TITANs. Lmao. Money is clearly not an important factor. The size and the functionality of his EPeen is far more important. I think that is something we can all understand (even if we pretend that we don't care about our individual EPeens.)
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