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Poll Results: Ivy Bridge 3770k Or Haswell 4770k?

 
  • 45% (21)
    Haswell 4770k
  • 54% (25)
    Ivy Bridge 3770k
46 Total Votes  
post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by DizZz View Post


That's a load of bs. The difference between the 3770k and the 4770k is between 5-20% depending on the benchmark so since you said you're going to be doing a lot of computational work, any benefit is worth it. Once you delid haswell, you will see just as good temps as ivy delidded basically so you'll have the same amount of OC potential, temps wise. A 4770k at 4.8ghz (which is very attainable) is on par performance wise with a 3770k at 5.1ghz (which is a lot harder) so if you have the extra $30 I would definitely go with Haswell as it also offers an upgrade path whereas ivy is a dead socket.

^ This.

post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by batman900 View Post

Normally I would be on the fence for an answer but since you said no OC I vote 4770K. With them both overclocked the Ivy can match the Haswell. With both at stock the Haswell will be slightly faster. As long as higher cost doesn't matter to you that is. If cost is a real factor then 3770K all the way.

hey there, thanks for your opinion. the 3770k seems like a logical purchase tbh, Im trying to stick to a reasonable budget but if the product is worth it il get it.
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

Tough one, but I would say go for the 3770k. I know Ivy is hot but recent threads ive seen on here show the 4770k somehow runs even hotter, and unacceptably hotter too, like best part of 100c at 1.2v?

those are crazy numbers right there...in my 4th year owning my ex-laptop, it ran at 90%+ when gaming.Two months in and it went kaput.I definitely don't want that experience with a desktop.!It looks like the 3770k is winning right now.Thanks for the heads up dude.
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Originally Posted by King4x4 View Post

3770k
Cheaper, Mobos are cheaper too.
1% difference between the two cpus.

Not mention that when you decide to delid the 3770k will do better on OCing!

Good point, It really would save quite a bit of money...thanks for the input
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Originally Posted by MoBeeJ View Post

I vote haswell. Might wana oc slightly in the future no harm. But mainly ur investing in a new socket. That will support future intel cpus, so instead of upgrading everything, all you have to do is change cpu(broadwell iirc).

Thanks for your input.I'm thinking that intel wants us to upgrade everything now...the next generation will require a new socket as the die shrinks again.
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Originally Posted by She loved E View Post

How realistic is that tho? Seems like features improve w/each gen chip, meaning you need a new board to take advantage. IE Ivy wouldn't work on z68 unless you had a newer Gen3 board.

I say go with the cheaper option (3770k) unless you'll use the more advanced igpu Haswell offers.

Good point. And the features are not even that amazing that I would switch immediately spend on the latest and greatest.I'm sure I won't even touch the igpu and i'm hoping that in two months or so, offers start to pop up for the 3770k.
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

I believe we are at the stage now where 99% of us wouldn't realistically have needed to upgrade from a 2600k, as 3770k>4770k is not much different.

I doubt the next intel cpu is going to be a huge performance increase either.

Another good point. I was wondering that users who have the 2500k and the 2600k are happy!when it comes to day to day uses..comparing them to the recent generations they all match the same performance.

And im sure broadwell will be mainly targeted to the mobile market now.Intel won't use a new business model if the market trend does not change.Thanks for the input
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Originally Posted by Boyd View Post

I was voting for the 3770k until i heard light gaming and no overclocking. sorry guys ^^ but i voted for haswell aswell (waw that rhymed). As a newer chip out of the box i believe the 4770k is a better chip, but when you get overclocking into the mix I would suggest the 3770k due to what i've read online about haswell's overclocking.good luck with your purchase / decision.

Sorry if my post mislead you, and thanks for the advice though ...really helpful
post #13 of 18
When we had dual core E8400 they were good, then we had the i7 920 which was worlds apart. Then we moved to sandy bridge and 5ghz was easily achievable and again the difference was good, but more so in the overclocking department.

No there is no real difference in my opinion that is noticeable from going from a 2600k.

I wish we still had only the likes of a good dual core processor available, meant a new cpu was actually something worth looking forward to.
post #14 of 18
Check this price out if you don't live near a micro center and you have a aftermarket cooler this price is great.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7622545&CatId=7721

LOL didn't see you were in the uk sry.
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3770k @4.8 1.48v Delid with Liquid Pro Asus p8z77v Diamond 7970 @1225/1750 1.3v,/1.65 xspc block 8gb gskill ripjaws 2133 cas 9 
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Crucial M4 256gb/500gb seagate Raystorm, RX240, EX240, EX120 windows 7 64 BenQ xl2420tx 
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Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Crucial M4 256gb/500gb seagate Raystorm, RX240, EX240, EX120 windows 7 64 BenQ xl2420tx 
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post #15 of 18
No doubt the 4770k is superior to 3770k which is ahead of the 2600k.

From benchmarks the equivalent overclock would be:
4.5 4770k = 4.8 3770k = 5.0ghz 2600k

The real world differences among these 3 generations are hardly noticeable.

Both the 3770k and 4770k would need delidding to achieve great overclock temps (regardless of air or water cooling).

If I was building a new system and cost was not a factor, I'd get a 4770k and a z87 mobo for some of the new features.

If cost was prohibited, I'd get the 3770k and a z77 mobo.

If delidding and temp were a concern as well as cost, I'd get a 2600k used and a z77 mobo and blast that sucker sky high. The price difference would be invested in some good cooling.

Honestly, any of these cpus would be fine for the majority of overclock.net but it's just fun and sometimes frustrating playing with new tech. All these cpus (overclocked) would get outdated at roughly the same time interval because if an overclocked 2600k can't handle a task, an ivy or haswell won't either.
post #16 of 18
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by kstud View Post

No doubt the 4770k is superior to 3770k which is ahead of the 2600k.

From benchmarks the equivalent overclock would be:
4.5 4770k = 4.8 3770k = 5.0ghz 2600k

The real world differences among these 3 generations are hardly noticeable.

Both the 3770k and 4770k would need delidding to achieve great overclock temps (regardless of air or water cooling).

If I was building a new system and cost was not a factor, I'd get a 4770k and a z87 mobo for some of the new features.

If cost was prohibited, I'd get the 3770k and a z77 mobo.

If delidding and temp were a concern as well as cost, I'd get a 2600k used and a z77 mobo and blast that sucker sky high. The price difference would be invested in some good cooling.

Honestly, any of these cpus would be fine for the majority of overclock.net but it's just fun and sometimes frustrating playing with new tech. All these cpus (overclocked) would get outdated at roughly the same time interval because if an overclocked 2600k can't handle a task, an ivy or haswell won't either.

thanks for the information..i'm thinking i'm going to go with the 3770k...
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by 40.oz to freedom View Post

Check this price out if you don't live near a micro center and you have a aftermarket cooler this price is great.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7622545&CatId=7721

LOL didn't see you were in the uk sry.

lol thanks for the help though
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by kstud View Post

No doubt the 4770k is superior to 3770k which is ahead of the 2600k.

From benchmarks the equivalent overclock would be:
4.5 4770k = 4.8 3770k = 5.0ghz 2600k

The real world differences among these 3 generations are hardly noticeable.

Both the 3770k and 4770k would need delidding to achieve great overclock temps (regardless of air or water cooling).

If I was building a new system and cost was not a factor, I'd get a 4770k and a z87 mobo for some of the new features.

If cost was prohibited, I'd get the 3770k and a z77 mobo.

If delidding and temp were a concern as well as cost, I'd get a 2600k used and a z77 mobo and blast that sucker sky high. The price difference would be invested in some good cooling.

Honestly, any of these cpus would be fine for the majority of overclock.net but it's just fun and sometimes frustrating playing with new tech. All these cpus (overclocked) would get outdated at roughly the same time interval because if an overclocked 2600k can't handle a task, an ivy or haswell won't either.
Those are exactly the numbers

Thanks. Those were exactly the numbers i was looking for. I agree with OP and will get the 3770k
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