Still have X58 i7-920 running strong. Gave it my kid, he games constantly still paired with a 1050TI, built in 2009 still kicking in 2020 with lifetime warranty X58 SLI from EVGAMy personal experience, the i7-920/930. My main rig is still a i7-930. Built it back in 2010. Hoping to upgrade it this year or next year. X-58 was a game changer
40TB of hard disk space for personal use, epic...Legends include the 8080A that I designed and built my first PC with in 1976 (2KB RAM, 8KB ROM, and a teletype user interface, programmed in machine code), the 8086 used in my first build of an actual personal computer in 1983 (640KB RAM, 2x360KB floppy drives, keyboard mouse and 16 color monitor), and the 80486 with its integrated coprocessor which I built a PC with in 1990 (25Mhz 80486, 16MB RAM, 1024x768 256 color graphics processor, 600MB hard drive). My current system has been evolving since first being built in late 2012 and now has a Core i7-4930K on an ASUS Rampage IV Black with 32 GB RAM and 40TB of hard disk with 480GB and 240GB SSD boot drives, two EVGA GTX 980 cards in SLI, and 3 27" 1920x1080 3D monitors. My retirement income probably wont let me build another top of the line system again but my needs fall more into the modern mainstream now that I no longer design computer and smartphone ICs for a living.