|08 Mar 2012||#11|
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Greetings fellow forum members,
I am seriously considering the purchase of a new pc. The cpu's that I will be choosing from are Intel's i7 3820 and i7 3930k.
I am NOT a "gamer" however buying a pc that cannot play games isn't what I want to do.
The i7 3930k would cost me an additional 280 euros.
The cost difference between these two cpu's would not be the deciding factor.
If you have time please view this:
Compare Intel® Products
1. Do you plan to overclock?
2. Do you think you could really utilize 6 cores?
The 4 core is a higher clock. So if you don't plan to overclock, I would go for it, unless you really think you have an app that would improve with 6 cores.
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