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ElfFriend
ElfFriend

Be Quiet! Is probably one of the more amusing company names I have heard. I doubt Haswell-E will be good enough to for an upgrade especially since most programs run fine on older CPUs. The motherboards might be cool thought, but I'm not expecting much from Intel anymore since AMD isn't being competitive enough and Intel is just using that lower amount of competition to sell their CPUs for a lot more than what they actually are worth considering the price to performance ratio.

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ℒuna-tic™

I run an LGA 2011, i7 3820 Quad-Core (8 Thread).
Only 3.8Ghz @ 1.192V stock but still runs everything without a hitch... and it's passively cooled ^.~

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maxcheese3
maxcheese3

What godly method are you using to passively cool that beast? How many pounds does that heatsink weigh lol

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My i5-2500K running @4,5 Ghz 1,28V cooled by a be quiet! Dark Rock 2 pro with a maximal temperature of 62° in prime95.

This small piece silicon beats the shit out of any stock CPU in games. It was indeed an excelent successor of my Q6600 @3,2 Ghz (which is still running since 2007 without problems)

I hope at least that an i7-5930K 8 core Haswell-E next year will be fast enough to justify an upgrade xD

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