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July 28, 2013 8:17:28 PM

Hey guys, so lately i've been getting tons of components together for an ultimate pc build. So, im sorta done but ive just been stuck on motherboards and cpus. I was looking into getting this mother and cpu combo.
Motherboard: http://bit.ly/NxB5Ap
CPU: http://bit.ly/JROuie

Now, I was thinking this was great an all but I wanted to get a 4th gen CPU >> http://bit.ly/11biN8x . But the only problem is that I noticed its for a LGA 1150 socket and the motherboard is a LGA 1155 socket. Will this work for the motherboard? If not, what motherboard should I get that fits it? Or is the i7-3770k good enough? I really need help with this guys and id really appreciate it. Thank you!

P.s. If you're wondering what kind of pc I was gonna build it was for like work and extreme gaming!
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July 28, 2013 8:23:19 PM

No, an LGA 1150 is for 4th Gen Intel CPU what that has a 4xxx while the LGA1155 is for 3XXX except for 3820/3930k/3960k/3970x. For gaming, i5 is enough.

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July 28, 2013 8:24:54 PM
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You must have an LGA 1150 socket for the Haswell processors. But yes, the Ivy Bridge processors (1155) are just as good for gaming.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-o...
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July 28, 2013 8:24:55 PM

You'll need an LGA 1150 socket motherboard for that Haswell i7.

I'd personally stick to the Ivy Bridge - Haswell earnt the moniker "Hasfail" for a reason...
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July 31, 2013 1:38:27 PM

Dont opt for a haswell over ivy
Reasons
1. Only 5-10% marginal increase in haswell from ivy
2.haswell produces more heat than 6 core sandy bridge e processors so ivy cpu would b better overclocker
3.there is no news that the 1150 socket would support further generation processors


I hope thats what u would all need to know
July 31, 2013 3:15:33 PM

JRAtk94 said:
You'll need an LGA 1150 socket motherboard for that Haswell i7.

I'd personally stick to the Ivy Bridge - Haswell earnt the moniker "Hasfail" for a reason...


earnt is not a word, its "EARNED." misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about.

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July 31, 2013 3:34:52 PM

Ivy Bridge, socket 1155 all the way.
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July 31, 2013 4:13:18 PM

"Earnt" can be used in the place of "earned", despite not being an "official" word. It matters not, since what I'm saying is true anyway.

You've only posted 8 times in the past year, and you turn up simply to make a flimsy criticism?

Your move, pal.

P.S. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/earnt - enjoy.

More specifically - "This is an uncommon (<0.5% as common as earned in the British National Corpus) but entirely acceptable alternative form of the simple past and past participle earned"
September 28, 2013 6:39:01 PM

JRAtk94 said:
"Earnt" can be used in the place of "earned", despite not being an "official" word. It matters not, since what I'm saying is true anyway.

You've only posted 8 times in the past year, and you turn up simply to make a flimsy criticism?

Your move, pal.

P.S. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/earnt - enjoy.

More specifically - "This is an uncommon (<0.5% as common as earned in the British National Corpus) but entirely acceptable alternative form of the simple past and past participle earned"

Acceptable by who? Acceptable does not mean it is correct. Wiki is never a fully reliable source. I think they teach you that in elementary school.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/earnt?s=t
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September 28, 2013 7:40:32 PM

Agreed Ivy/1155 all day. Haswell uses more wattage, runs hotter, overclocks lower, doesn't offer significant performance increase and on top of it all costs more and so do the 1150 boards you need to use it. Haswell has it's place in the mobile arena due to better graphics and lower power usage (mobile only) But as far as the desktop enthusiast market it doesn't offer enough performance and has too many drawbacks to be considered a viable enthusiast platform. Also when the next gen "broadwell" releases on the 1150 socket it is rumored a new board will be needed anyways due to different power delivery systems.
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September 28, 2013 9:32:25 PM

("earnt" is common in Australian English (and is probably common in other areas as well).)
October 7, 2013 7:17:15 AM

JRAtk94 said:
"Earnt" can be used in the place of "earned", despite not being an "official" word. It matters not, since what I'm saying is true anyway.

You've only posted 8 times in the past year, and you turn up simply to make a flimsy criticism?

Your move, pal.

P.S. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/earnt - enjoy.

More specifically - "This is an uncommon (<0.5% as common as earned in the British National Corpus) but entirely acceptable alternative form of the simple past and past participle earned"


After reading this post, you are my new hero. I'm also going to start using earnt.
October 11, 2013 2:22:38 AM

Go study British English fool. It is part of the development, therefore, It is acceptable.
October 14, 2013 4:49:15 AM

** earnt is not a word, its "EARNED."

That should be "it's earned" with an apostrophe

Be sure that your spelling is perfect before insulting others as "misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about."
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October 14, 2013 6:34:22 AM

mca194 said:
** earnt is not a word, its "EARNED."

That should be "it's earned" with an apostrophe

Be sure that your spelling is perfect before insulting others as "misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about."


Not correct, it's common in Australian English, and less common in British English to use earnt.

That is a correct usage.
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October 14, 2013 4:18:17 PM

8350rocks said:
mca194 said:
** earnt is not a word, its "EARNED."

That should be "it's earned" with an apostrophe

Be sure that your spelling is perfect before insulting others as "misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about."




Not correct, it's common in Australian English, and less common in British English to use earnt.

That is a correct usage.



Yes, works like burned and burnt.
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October 16, 2013 8:11:24 PM

WitchDoctor said:
JRAtk94 said:
You'll need an LGA 1150 socket motherboard for that Haswell i7.

I'd personally stick to the Ivy Bridge - Haswell earnt the moniker "Hasfail" for a reason...


earnt is not a word, its "EARNED." misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about.



how can remembering how to spell a word be related to technical ability? You must be a teacher if you think that!
October 24, 2013 6:24:26 AM

He must be fun at parties.
November 30, 2013 11:17:55 AM

Rather ridiculous that this turned out to be a battle of "English". It's completely ignorant and ridiculous to judge someone's thought process and legitimacy purely on the way that he/she spells. It seems more and more common, especially on the Internet, for people to ignorantly assume that their is a definitive single path that all English speakers should follow, and that any and all variation is somehow a sign of mental deficiency.

Anyways, thank you for the info. I will probably try to get an Ivy Bridge, while it lasts, considering the details I have read and it seems that Ivy Bridge processors are somewhat cheaper so it looks like it would be the best in terms of performance to price ratio.
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December 1, 2013 5:45:11 PM

oops, deleted, I realised I'd already replied to the spelling bee!
December 11, 2013 7:16:47 AM

8350rocks said:
mca194 said:
** earnt is not a word, its "EARNED."

That should be "it's earned" with an apostrophe

Be sure that your spelling is perfect before insulting others as "misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about."


Not correct, it's common in Australian English, and less common in British English to use earnt.

That is a correct usage.



Sure.... 'Earnt' is a word - in the same sense 'use' or 'yous' is a world that is used in place of 'you guys' or 'you people' by the half-wit kids of today.

Yes it was petty to call out 'earnt' but it is just as stupid to fight for its use.
December 16, 2013 4:25:02 PM

This thread made my day
December 26, 2013 12:00:24 AM

Well,
I just learnt something here.
January 5, 2014 4:42:24 AM

Spelling contest? Great Thread!
January 5, 2014 8:00:26 AM

rwinches said:
Well,
I just learnt something here.


nice one bro-dear...LOL... a good acceptable example... why bother and fight you British and American when the one who lay down the criticism is an Indian who happen to know English language or perhaps an Idiot who loves to do the wordplay in the middle of the intel sockets... LOL again... wheeew bad english, my bad... bye

March 6, 2014 2:54:47 AM

bonzai299 said:
JRAtk94 said:
"Earnt" can be used in the place of "earned", despite not being an "official" word. It matters not, since what I'm saying is true anyway.

You've only posted 8 times in the past year, and you turn up simply to make a flimsy criticism?

Your move, pal.

P.S. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/earnt - enjoy.

More specifically - "This is an uncommon (<0.5% as common as earned in the British National Corpus) but entirely acceptable alternative form of the simple past and past participle earned"

Acceptable by who? Acceptable does not mean it is correct. Wiki is never a fully reliable source. I think they teach you that in elementary school.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/earnt?s=t


'Whom', not 'who.'

People in glass houses...

April 3, 2014 6:27:21 AM

I did not see anyone else post this, but from what I have read the 1150 socket on average consumes less power than the 1155 socket:

4770k vs 3770k
http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i7-4770K-vs-Intel-Co...

shows 4770k can save you money on your power bill each month (typical power usage: 68.25W vs 114.98W), and if you are building more than one system for your home, it can add up to a lot of money saved fast.
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April 3, 2014 9:55:34 PM

jakegaisser said:
I did not see anyone else post this, but from what I have read the 1150 socket on average consumes less power than the 1155 socket:

4770k vs 3770k
http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i7-4770K-vs-Intel-Co...

shows 4770k can save you money on your power bill each month (typical power usage: 68.25W vs 114.98W), and if you are building more than one system for your home, it can add up to a lot of money saved fast.


which doesn't make sense as further down the page it states 3770k TDP = 77W and 4770k TDP=84W.

Personally I find my Xeon (effectively a stock clocked I7-3770k) uses very little power.
April 8, 2014 2:57:21 AM

WitchDoctor said:
JRAtk94 said:
You'll need an LGA 1150 socket motherboard for that Haswell i7.

I'd personally stick to the Ivy Bridge - Haswell earnt the moniker "Hasfail" for a reason...


earnt is not a word, its "EARNED." misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about.



oops ... I was googling for usage of "earn" and landed up here ... thanks!
psst Witchdoctor is Googling the correct usage? :) 
April 8, 2014 6:39:28 AM

THG articles on PC's and components has saved me from making bad choices on builds in the past 14 years. The insight, up-to-date technical data, pros-cons, etc. are always great reads. I recently started to read the forums about similar items and that info has been very helpful also.

While I understand being slighted/insulted about how we say things brings out the fight in us, please leave those comments out. It only detracts from what others want here...hardware insight/info. Out of 30 comments, only 10 were 'tech' in nature.

I'd like to keep seeing the tech input for people who need help/info like me from the ones who are up on computers like you. I'm after the 'tech' stuff here on THG no matter how it is said. Thanks.
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WitchDoctor said:
JRAtk94 said:
You'll need an LGA 1150 socket motherboard for that Haswell i7.

I'd personally stick to the Ivy Bridge - Haswell earnt the moniker "Hasfail" for a reason...


earnt is not a word, its "EARNED." misspelling as such makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about.





I really get fed up with people like you that ignore the question & think their tops for the English word. Have you ever stopped to think that it might have been a spell checker that put it in automatically (iphone is famous for it) or that he might be from a foreign country, and can speak better English then you can his, Think before you type, or better still don’t bother answering.

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clutchc said:
("earnt" is common in Australian English (and is probably common in other areas as well).)


Earnt is common in London as well ;) 
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