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so in september the ivy bridge-e will be out so what do you think guys to take the i7 3770K or wait to 4930K THANKS
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  1. Well the 3930k already beats the 4770k so if you have the budget, I wouldn't go for the 4770k. I say wait. If you want to spend that much money its a good idea to get the best.
  2. im gonna buy the 4930K i want to know if its beat the 4770K
  3. It really depends on what you want to use the computer for. If you will not be using the 4 extra threads that the 4930K will provide, than you would be wasting money. The 4930K beats the 4770K on paper, however in a real world situation, not a whole lot of applications can utilize that many threads.
  4. Exactly. The IB-E will be much better in certain areas but it won't in others. You need to figure out what you need
  5. the 4930K will be good for OC and Gaming?
  6. Wegwe Bwebwebew said:
    the 4930K will be good for OC and Gaming?

    There's no point in going higher then an i5-4670k/AMD FX for either thing. Spend your money saved on a better GPU.
  7. i dont care about the money i just want the best cpu for OC and i see ivy bridge-e will be coming so what do you say guys ?
  8. Wegwe Bwebwebew said:
    i dont care about the money i just want the best cpu for OC and i see ivy bridge-e will be coming so what do you say guys ?


    Its kinda pointless, it won't perform any better for gaming. As for OCing, the highest CPU for OCong is probably the FX-8350 frequency-wise, but it mostly depends on cooling. The IB-E will do both things fine, but no better then a much cheaper CPU. the IB-E is only for people who do heavy multitasking programs. For everyone else it is overkill
  9. there will be difference between i7 3770k to 4930K ?
  10. Wegwe Bwebwebew said:
    there will be difference between i7 3770k to 4930K ?

    It depends what you do. For gaming and OCing( which is hard to measure) you won't see a difference between them, or the cheaper i5, or an OCed FX.
  11. kirilmatthew said:
    Wegwe Bwebwebew said:
    there will be difference between i7 3770k to 4930K ?

    It depends what you do. For gaming and OCing( which is hard to measure) you won't see a difference between them, or the cheaper i5, or an OCed FX.


    i do some gaming show live upload to youtube photoshop and open a lot programs
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    Wegwe Bwebwebew said:
    kirilmatthew said:
    Wegwe Bwebwebew said:
    there will be difference between i7 3770k to 4930K ?

    It depends what you do. For gaming and OCing( which is hard to measure) you won't see a difference between them, or the cheaper i5, or an OCed FX.


    i do some gaming show live upload to youtube photoshop and open a lot programs


    Well that would be benefited by a higher threaded CPU like IB-E
  13. thank you very much i will wait for IB-E
  14. Okay!
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