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Take a look at CPU-World if you haven't. Great database on most processors that exist and some that don't.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Xeon/TYPE-Xeon%20E5-1600%20v2.html

Those are your unlocked Ivy Bridge options. Start exploring and you might find some CPUs and sockets you never thought existed.

EDIT: Oh right, another note. The E5-1620v3 is quad-core Haswell. It is better than the 4790K in all ways: soldered IHS, 10% cheaper, 150% more PCIe lanes, and 100% more memory channels. Source:

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Xeon/Intel-Xeon%20E5-1620%20v3.html

It won't upgrade your 5960X, but it's more or less a 4790K with a lot of room to grow.

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Gee - there's: Matching Pair: Intel Xeon CPU E5-2670 SR0KX 2.60GHz 8-Core LGA2011 20MB QTY:2 on eBay right now.

BIN for £100 for a PAIR. Holy Moly. We have to unlock these chips. I might post in the BIOS mod forum. Surely if we can imitate the E5-1680 settings with the 2670 we'd be away...

EDIT @Mike486DX - would they fit in your board?
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I did not get any where with my E5-2670 overclocking on the Sabertooth X79. May buy a better CPU seems too good a board for a stock CPU. Then Ill have to buy another dual x79. It will never end!!! Can't have a CPU just laying around!!!
Tried the blck strap, lowered the CPU to 13x and the ram to 1033 and raised the blck strap 1 setting to 1.25 and could not boot.
So I do believe there is no overclocking these CPUs, except the E5-16xx and they are no cheaper than the i7 x79 CPUs.
I do know my E5-2670 is throttling down, I think it is wattage not heat. Using a water AIO and my temps is 60c
The Haswel is 100% faster than the x5660.. The X56xx takes 50% longer than the E5-2670 Sandy.doing prime grid (think prime95)

The X58 is still holding its own for sure. As far as game and programs that do not use the new instructions like AVX SAndy B, AVX F16C Ivy B,, AVX AVX2 F16C Haswell.
For me doing BOINC they make a huge difference. Here are times in seconds for primegrid (think prime95) I'll do Non-AVX project WCG maybe. Will be in a couple days

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X5650 Stock 2213sec 6 core

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Just putting this out there just in case some one doe not know
The E5-xxx V3 are not Socket 2011, they are socket 2011V3 I do believe the V3 will not work in a X79 board

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There is already a thread on here on this.
So far 1650 and 1660 both v1 and v2 are confirmed to be unlocked as is the 1680 v2.
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