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I7-3770k select or reject ?

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May 21, 2012 8:01:12 AM

hi,

i want 2 purchase a cpu for my Asrock Z77extreme6 probably i7-3770k processor

i am an average gamer but a hardcore multitasker i want do do video encoding , conversion, editing and 3D remixing,
at almost 8 hours per day !!! becz this is what i do.

but the issue is that i rode many rewiews that it heats up quickly . so it might create a stability issue for me during my peak multitasking and almost 8 hours daily usage... i hate overclocking and always use turboboost as substitute .

i will make use of following technologies of this processor daily for consective 8 hours ...

1.hyper threading
2.virtualistion
3.builtin HD4000gpu (its just enough 4 me)
4.turboboost
5.all 4 cores activated

would u think it will work stable for me ??? will it bear multitasking for consective 8 hours without hangs and freezes ???
will it make my Pc restart ??? will it heatup quicky or remain cool for 8 hours ???

following will be my rig specification:
17-3770k, AsrockExtreme6 , 1333 mhz kingston 4x4 total 8gb RAM, coolermaster silent pro 600 watts PSU,
coolermaster n520 cpucooler, Antec 600 , seagate 500GB 16 mb cache, (no external3D card) (no overclocking)

thanks if this processor is not suitable acoording to my work rquirment then kindly suggest me some other 1 ...

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May 21, 2012 8:25:04 AM

It'll do perfectly fine for your work if you're not going to overclock. The new Ivy-Bridge CPU's tend to heat up LOTS once it's overclocked. However, since you won't be doing any overclocking, you won't run into any issues.
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May 21, 2012 8:42:32 AM

I would seriously look at a getting a discrete graphics card like a GTX560/560ti/570 or a Radeon 78**/79**. Not only will it improve your gaming experience it will also greatly help with your encoding, where the software packages support it.

As to the cooling, you won't have a problem, even if you raise the turbo boost or overclock a bit.
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a c 109 à CPUs
May 21, 2012 9:02:40 AM

pauls3743 said:
I would seriously look at a getting a discrete graphics card like a GTX560/560ti/570 or a Radeon 78**/79**. Not only will it improve your gaming experience it will also greatly help with your encoding, where the software packages support it.

As to the cooling, you won't have a problem, even if you raise the turbo boost or overclock a bit.


Very true. I know for a fact that Adobe Premier can utilise Nvidia GPU's for acceleration, which would speed up your encoding :) 
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a c 79 à CPUs
May 21, 2012 9:41:46 AM

don't worry about the temps it heats up quickly (very quickly) and stabilises quickly.

When gaming for 3+ hours at a time mine maxes out a 63C but those temps are reached in seconds.
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