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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/836?vs=523 shows that the 4770k basically destroys the 3820. So that's an easy choice. This September 11th the 4820 ivybridge-e should come out, will that even out the bench marks or will the haswell and it's architecture still dominate? I have about a $1200 budget, and I can build a fine 4770k or 4820 build, but if the 4820 doesn't improve the benchmarks much, I'll just go with the 4770k. I'm planning on using it primarily as a dev machine with some linux VMs, but since I"m limited in budget, I really can't spend more than $350 on the chip.
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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/836?vs=523 shows that the 4770k basically destroys the 3820. So that's an easy choice. This September 11th the 4820 ivybridge-e should come out, will that even out the bench marks or will the haswell and it's architecture still dominate? I have about a $1200 budget, and I can build a fine 4770k or 4820 build, but if the 4820 doesn't improve the benchmarks much, I'll just go with the 4770k. I'm planning on using it primarily as a dev machine with some linux VMs, but since I"m limited in budget, I really can't spend more than $350 on the chip.

IB-E will have virtualisation like SB-E, and Haswell doesn't (Like Z77)

So the xB-E will always be better in VM's and programs that like virtualisation
     
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4820k will be slighly worse thumb.gif
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There's nothing new here really - Even the 3770K beat the 3820 in most tasks. The 4770K shaves another 8-12% off the times.

Nobody has published IB-E benchmarks yet, you guess is as good as anybody's with that regard. My own personal guess is that the 4820 is going to be a 4770K with quad channel RAM support and Socket 2011 compatibility. I bet it comes up 3-5% faster than a Socket 1150 4770K.
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IB-E will have virtualisation like SB-E, and Haswell doesn't (Like Z77)

Just to clarify that, the 4770K has VT-x, but no VT-d. Not a big deal unless you're passing through certain hardware to a VM for direct access.

Greg
Edited by hammong - 7/30/13 at 11:21am
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