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2700K or 3770K...?

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I can find both NIB for same pricing so I'm really given myself a headache choosing which one.
Went through my own list of pros and cons and I'm still stuck on dumb.
IPC, heat, possible binning, etc...

Please enlighten me with your insight OCN members.
Thanks.
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uhh 3770k? pci-e gen3, Sata3, 22nm, faster rate IMC, newer... IDK
 
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Definitely i7-3770k. Most people don't have problems hitting 4.5ghz....
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I don't know why you would even consider the 2700K when its the same price -__-

Get the 3770K, my chip can do 4.7Ghz at 1.3V P95 stable using a $30 Zalman CNPS10X Performa. Temps below 90C.
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post #5 of 5
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I was leaning towards the 3770K, they both are priced way under retail so it's a steal either way.
but the game has changed and I just scored a 2700K for $210.
and I do like the lower temps of the higher binned 2700K.

that's what I call a no brainer.
cheers.
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