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It's should be close the the 4960x. It will definitely be above the 4770k
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Man. It's so tempting. If only I could find a board that wasn't so expensive. I was kinda hoping prices would drop a bit soon, aren't they releasing some of the new architecture's motherboards this month (ahead of the launch)?

     
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Cheapest one I've seen is the ASRock X79Extreme4 for $200
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How hot does yours get under water usually (with ambient if you know it)?

     
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60c-62c during stress testing. Ambient is about 22c.
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Nice cool.gif

     
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post #67 of 67
If this is just for pleasure / personal use. I'd go the 4770k route and get your water cooling setup.

I built a 4770k system for a guy who does 3d rendering and he was overly impressed with how fast it was. This is a stock 4770k. It's not overclocked. I might build a mini-itx soon. If I do I'll be using the 4670k or 4770k...
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