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Silent, is it possible to add what type of motherboard people are using onto the spreadsheet?

Cheers

 

If more people request it I will add it to the spreadsheet yes.  Also I didnt see your name in the club, are you joining?

 

cheers

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At this stage I'm 85% sure I will be doing a DC build in the next month or so, gathering parts already. tongue.gif
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At this stage I'm 85% sure I will be doing a DC build in the next month or so, gathering parts already. tongue.gif

 

Cool

 

I have gone ahead and added motherboard, Ram speed/clock, CPU temps to the club.  I thnk thats all the information that should be needed.

 

I have edited the questionaire too, hopefully it still works.

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Hey guys.

I had always planned on getting a 4690k and am now re-thinking things for all the obvious reasons. However, I am building new, I don't have a system in place.

Has anyone given any serious thought to going with the Pentium for bang for the buck purposes? I mean Nav got 4.6GHz with stock. How much of a performance difference in games are you really talking at the end of the day between a 4.6GHz Pentium and 4.6GHz DC?

At Microcenter we're looking at 60 bucks vs 200 bucks for the 4690k. Thoughts? I'm talking strictly gaming and general PC use, no heavy editing or any goofiness like that. I have my whole build in place minus this and I'm starting to think on where the smart decision lies given that DC isn't what it was cracked up to be, and the Pentium may be more than people expected.

Thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by EinZerstorer View Post

not going to lie, DC has been nothing but hot air so far.  Intel hype machine is working and it's clearly evident.

- Sandy bridge master race, back when they actually made chips for performance, not re releases to make more profit and create an illusion of improvement.

let me know how your 4770k's and 4790k's are doing above 5.0ghz, My sandy just hit 5.3 last night 12 hour stable... thumb.gif

 

A 5.3ghz sandy bridge cpu is probably equal to a 4.7ghz haswell, so yeah you might want to upgrade for bit of performance increase :p

 

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from what I've seen so far from both haswell and DC intel doesnt care about making real improvements, minor changes in chipset, and re release at the Same perf. levels as the last gen to keep making $

+ 5% bench increases from gen to gen is laughable and any decent oc can pull + 10% over the stock " increase " in performance.

Intel hype machine / Profit machine going full steam ahead

 

 

Well Intel could either go all out and keep spending all their money researching to release the absolute best CPUs with each new release, or they could just release slightly better each time for less money.

 

Given that AMD doesnt compete with Intel anymore, why would anyone in their right mind chose option A and blow more money when people will suffice with slightly better cpus?  Im not saying its right, heck the CPU market is practically a monopoly now but thats just the way it is.

 

 

 

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Hey guys.

I had always planned on getting a 4690k and am now re-thinking things for all the obvious reasons. However, I am building new, I don't have a system in place.

Has anyone given any serious thought to going with the Pentium for bang for the buck purposes? I mean Nav got 4.6GHz with stock. How much of a performance difference in games are you really talking at the end of the day between a 4.6GHz Pentium and 4.6GHz DC?

At Microcenter we're looking at 60 bucks vs 200 bucks for the 4690k. Thoughts? I'm talking strictly gaming and general PC use, no heavy editing or any goofiness like that. I have my whole build in place minus this and I'm starting to think on where the smart decision lies given that DC isn't what it was cracked up to be, and the Pentium may be more than people expected.

Thanks guys.

 

All what obvious reasons?  Those two reviews you've read online?

 

It depends what games you are taking about.  Simple games like LoL will make do with a pentium fine, but something like BF4 the pentium wont be good enough at any decent resolution.

 

Tell us what games youll be playing, what resolution and what graphics card youll be using and then I will tell you what id do.


Edited by $ilent - 6/11/14 at 6:47am
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All what obvious reasons?  Those two reviews you've read online?

It depends what games you are taking about.  Simple games like LoL will make do with a pentium fine, but something like BF4 the pentium wont be good enough at any decent resolution.

Tell us what games youll be playing, what resolution and what graphics card youll be using and then I will tell you what id do.

No I see what you mean, I guess the obvious reasons note was silly. I just felt that the community got caught up in the pursuit of 5GHz, but as other people have noted, at the end of the day if you are talking about 4.6, vs 4.8 or what have you, and the actual performance differences, they are negligible. This is known, I'm being captain obvious.

I game at 1920x1200, I also don't play BF4 or online FPS, or extremely demanding games like Watch Dogs, I'm more of a Dota2, WoW, Diablo 3, Skyrim and all the other casual stuff. I know when I say "It isn't even about the money, I expected to get the 4690k anyway" the answer is "just get the 4690k dummy", lol, but I'm just wracking my brain. It sounds dumber the more that I type really.
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So, my trusty 4.6Ghz@1.25v 3770k is sold and now one of my backup rigs(E6600/3GB/9500GT) is doing its job until my 4790k arrives.

Guys can someone say even hypothetically what should I expect from the cpu at max v1.30 for 24/7? Will be using a H100i or H110.

I'm asking because I'm not very familiar with the Haswell cpus.

Might also grab a used good-clocker 4770k if I find one since I don't see anything/read exciting so far as far as OCing goes..

From my experience (2 different 4770ks), 1.3 v will get you between 4.2-4.6ghz on a 4770k. Haswell needs more voltage than Ivy did. Haswell also seems to have less headroom overall compared to Ivy, IMHO. My first 4770k sucked and would only do 4ghz at 1.2v. My current one is decent and does 4.5 @ 1.3v.
 
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Could you please stop posting in this thread.  You clearly have no intention of joining the club; and the only reason you have started posting in here is to talk smack about these unreleased processors.
Guys who get down like that are making themselves look like fools. how are they going to try to smash on a cpu that is faster than theirs? I could never understand this childishness..."guess I can keep my Core 2 Duo for 5 more years, yuk, yuk..." chicken-heads..no finesse..
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Seems everybody for Reviews use same CPU batch.......L336D081...QG81 ES.
Only Hexus use different....L410C691...QG81 ES.

Still waiting for Retail results.
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"4.8GHz. What a flop."

I'd suggest you stop caring about CPUs if you have anything better than a 2600K lately. CPUs advancement is just too slow. And GPUs are the ones usually being behind on most system setups because Intel foundries are dominating everything.
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