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    Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    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...
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    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...
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    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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    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...
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    Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Tony. you should go with either the current 3820 or 3930K, from what I understand the Ivy Bridge-E high end chips going to me more expensive that the new 3970X, but their not saying if it will be a 6...
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    Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    I had a 3770K that I bought from China right before they released the chips in the US, 4.8GHz at 1.38v was easy to reach, but I didn't like the temps, and sold the system. I picked up a brand new...
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    Re: Replaced 2600k with 3770k

    Bully, I can't see what the overclock is, it looks like 4GHz ?
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