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Asus rep says x99 timeline is still undecided and z97 is definitely coming before Haswell-E at this point: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46424-Leak-of-new-ASUS-boards-Z97/page4

Well, z97 is coming in the next ~2-5 weeks with haswell refresh of the devils canyon haswell parts
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post #472 of 1638
"undecided" doesn't sound very promising to me. I guess the longer has-e takes the closer it will be to maxwell.
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post #473 of 1638
If im gonna get 1 of these with 880 ti's i think im gonna need 2 jobs.
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post #474 of 1638
Haha PC hardware is fairly inexpensive compared to say an auto enthusiast. Add one or two 0s for that. Even FF camera gear is in the thousands.

PC gear in the hundreds to maybe a thousand is just small time in the grand scheme of things. International trips can very easily cost the equivalent of two entire system rebuilds tongue.gif
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post #475 of 1638
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Still, it's hard for many of us to justify another $1500 to $2000 platform update, if only minor performance gains are to be had.

Well, you have 33% more cores than 3930k and IPC gains in the leagues of >20% for video encoding - that's 60% faster (100*1.33*1.2) right away if you maintain clocks, so it's nothing to laugh at
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Definitely looking to upgrade to Haswell-E
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Well, you have 33% more cores than 3930k and IPC gains in the leagues of >20% for video encoding - that's 60% faster (100*1.33*1.2) right away if you maintain clocks, so it's nothing to laugh at


I'll have to find a way to purchase a high-binned 5820K or 5930K that, like you said, will easily clock to 4.8 or 4.9 to reach equivalent performance of my current system, otherwise its sort of a waste of money.


Playing the lottery and ending up with a 6-core or 8-core that only clocks to 4.5 isn't going to be a forward step. Since I'm not rendering video in my work and no advantage in gaming.
    
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Beautiful bike but I'm not fond of twins...
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I'll have to find a way to purchase a high-binned 5820K or 5930K that, like you said, will easily clock to 4.8 or 4.9 to reach equivalent performance of my current system, otherwise its sort of a waste of money.


Playing the lottery and ending up with a 6-core or 8-core that only clocks to 4.5 isn't going to be a forward step. Since I'm not rendering video in my work and no advantage in gaming.

If you're @5.2ghz 24/7 for gaming with your 3770k and you wanted to match performance on singlethreaded (which would mean doubling your multithreaded performance) then yea, you would have to get up to 4.7 probably.

surely you're doing something to use more than 4 cores if you're considering an 8-core Haswell over a quad core Haswell/Broadwell? If you're not utilizing the extra cores, i5 will perform better while being much cheaper.
Edited by Cyro999 - 4/24/14 at 2:02pm
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You keep the bike. I'll take the rider.

talking about high maintenance hobbies...
DDR4 and stupid socket changes are a joke by comparison. biggrin.gif

Oh, and since the conversation derailed, I think I would rather go for that 6D/used 24-70L mk.I upgrade this year...my 50D is much older than my 3930K..I will miss my 17-55 2.8 IS tho...
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