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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    I'm won't getting the extreme version but want to see what Intel has to offer in the IB-E. I want 6-core chip, that is my main reason to go with x79. If the new IB-E lineup to expensive than I can go with the SB 3930K, its price would be cheaper too. Just have to be patient.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Ivy bridge is basically sandy bridge at 22nm process.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Kevin, Ivy runs hotter than Sandy, due to the TIM Issue. Bully, what are you talking about ? the X79 boards to not run warmer than Z77, you just have to be smart about it and research the board you plan on buying.
    If I have a chance, I'll take screenshots of temps from both the x79 Rampage 4 Formula and my Z77 OC Formula.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Stan; I don't think he means about the x79 chipset, he was talking about the processor for the x79 board.
    bully; the obvious 6 cores run hotter than 4 cores.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    I think its the processor & power consumption,besides sb-e is more on compute & not much impact on gaming compared to ivy
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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Kevin, Ivy runs hotter than Sandy, due to the TIM Issue.
    Yeah, less silicon in the core due to sandy brige being shrinked. starts at 17:10


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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Kevin, Ivy runs hotter than Sandy, due to the TIM Issue. Bully, what are you talking about ? the X79 boards to not run warmer than Z77, you just have to be smart about it and research the board you plan on buying.
    If I have a chance, I'll take screenshots of temps from both the x79 Rampage 4 Formula and my Z77 OC Formula.
    The boards are not an issue, like what deton said its the 6 cores that dump more heat than the 4 cores ivy, motherboards these days are so sophisticated and thats the least i worry about. The TDP of the SB-E is also higher than the ivy

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    The 2600K that I have is still going strong, so far. I can wait to see what the future holds and not suffer any.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Bully, the 3820 Sandy Bridge-E is a quad core, for X79, and overclocks just as good as a 3770K

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    What about power consumption?higher mobo cost?x79 only makes sense if you 32gb or more ram & tri fire/sli,also there is no point in going x79 with a 3820,3930 is more like it
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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Biff, have you ever owned a X79 board, and how do you figure it only makes sense to own one if your running 32GBs or more ? Sure some of the X79 boards have 8 dimm slots but there's more that just a couple that have 4 dimm slots, like the Rampage 4 Formula I'm running, or the X79N which I used for the Sapphire build, also boards from Gigabyte.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Yes I do & its stated clearly in my specs & i have tested it myself before posting,my 3930 & ectreme 11 dfaws 240w not including gpu
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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    The x79 like Rampage Formula does have all the characteristics of a decent gaming board, but if i were to buy a x79 platform and go for a quad core 3820 will be a waste of resources as the 3820 doesnt overclock as well as an Ivy or SB.
    For the general gaming audience ivy bridge hits the sweet spot. The Ivy & Sandy chips also does a better job at video encoding/transcoding than the 6core CPUs.

    The only thing i hate about the Ivy & SB platform is the short lifespan, it barely survives for 2 years whilst the x79 platform has a much longer product lifecycle.

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    Bully. I disagree, I hit 4.5GHz with out even trying, we also have other members here with 3820s that have them past 5GHz. If I thought the Ivy 3770K was the better chip. do you really think I would have sold it?
    You should know be by now it's always been about performance, which is why I update my systems every 4-6 months.

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Why is Intel going to release Haswell (LGA 1150) before they release Ivy-E (LGA 2011)? When they do I'll go with the 8 core CPU, just drop it in my mobo I just built a rig for a friend using 3770K with MSI's Big Bang Z77, Nvidia GTX 660 Antec 900 mid-tower and it Rocks! Man that rig is fast, beating me in 2D benches The 3770K is a Beast

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    Default Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    X79 is more compute & bandwidth rather than throughput performance,higher bus width gpu ilike 580 or 7970 in 3 way sli/cfx benefits from it,another plus point is more pcie lanes,Doc, i belive you should be aware of this better than anyone else
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