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ive just read

Alongside release details, CPU-World has posted information on the processor SKUs which are expected to be released. The top SKU is to be an i7-4960X, featuring 6 cores (12 threads) at 3.6 GHz which turbos up to 4 GHz and a total of 15MB L3 cache. This is going to be our top end SKU, which normally retails for $999-$1099. Below this is the i7-4930K, also 6 cores (12 threads) but set at 3.4 GHz with turbo up to 3.9 GHz and 12MB L3 cache. The final SKU should be the more interesting – the i7-4820K. The –K moniker suggests this part is unlocked, but unfortunately it is only a quad core (8 threads) part with 10MB L3 cache.

One of the main benefits of Nehalem but a big issue with Sandy Bridge-E was the lack of a cheap overclocking SKU – while the i7-920 had big success, the i7-3820 eventually came along but it was not enough. This Ivy Bridge-E low end SKU is going to be directly compared with the i7-4770K Haswell SKU, and the only thing going for it is the quad channel memory support, as it loses at IPC. All three IVB-E CPUs should come in at 130W TDP, and as an overclocker I am hoping that the Ivy Bridge overheating issues are sorted with the IVB-E processors.


I would be after the i7 - 4820k, looking by what they're saying it will probably be similar to the 4770k with better overclockability with no real estimate when its coming out :-\

I will be upgrading to a 4930K myself

Dont really know if i could sell my old 3820
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Oh I was talking about 3770K vs 4770K in that post LGA 1155 is dead, I know 2011 ain't. I'm quickly getting confused biggrin.gif
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post #23 of 24
ok cool,

So 4770K = £260

Motherboard = £200

TOTAL = £460

Minus your sale money = £110 to upgrade

Not so bad I guess. Not sure where £60 came from unless your in another country and its much cheaper.

Also you ripped your friend off a little lol He has paid only slightly less than the parts cost new haha That's assuming you paid full price and wherever you live is a similar price to the UK thumb.gif

3770k = £250
Motherboard = £139
Edited by Darylrese - 6/24/13 at 5:30am
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after calculating it, it was £70 with Grid 2 for free :- ) now all done

was abit of a pain updating drivers but that is just temporary, will do a clean install when I CBA
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