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Poll Results: Intel Core i7 4770K or I7 4820k ?

 
  • 44% (44)
    4770K
  • 56% (56)
    4820k
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I agree all that data looks impressive...but i still stand by the benchmarks that show for most applications (especially gaming) there is not much difference
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post #82 of 83
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Originally Posted by Mitche01 View Post

I agree all that data looks impressive...but i still stand by the benchmarks that show for most applications (especially gaming) there is not much difference

when you want to run more than one graphics card for gaming the X79 shines thru... so the OP should have stated how many cards they have or if they would like to add SLI/CFX and significantly improve gamiing.

very impressive indeed... and the Mainstream prices are inflated because they are more common and do less at the end of the day when it's all said and done maxed out.

16x16 direct processor controlled (no PLX) VRM is on the board with LGA2011 and not on the die like the Haswell contributing to the overheating (throttling) and high operating temps. Also LGA2011 has the fat 1866 dram controller on the processor to, removing an unused iGPU (anyone who games has a discrete graphics card) also while using the iGPU if needed, that coupled with a hot VRM doesn't sound like a good design in general.

there is something obviously wrong with the results in the link you posted...
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what's weird about that link is they only tested the 4820k on an MSI motherboard making no mention of what they are comparing it to...

...a dated GeForce GTX 580 on a 4820k, comparing this to unknown hardware on the other processors, and just a processor list. (page 10)

FryBench and Cinebench are not totally reflective of gaming performance with the page in the article which you linked to.

Lets see this benchmark

1. Asus Maximus VI Gene with a 4770K overclocked to 4.7Ghz // x2 GTX780's SLI
2. Asus Rampage IV Gene with a 4820K overclocked to 4.7Ghz // x2 GTX780's SLI

matching manufacturers on the memory and speed and GPU make and model biggrin.gif
Edited by Butter Chicken - 9/30/13 at 12:16pm
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