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    Intel Haswell-E i7-5960X

    Intel Haswell-E Extreme i7-5960X (BX80648I75960X), 3.00GHz with Turbo Core (3.50GHz), LGA2011, Octo Core (with 16 threads), 22nm, 20MB L3 cache, Unlocked Multiplier, 140w, SSE4.2, AVX2, EM64T, VT-x+ AES + AVX2, TBT 2.0, Integrated Quad Channel DDR4-2133 Memory Controller (25.6GB/s Memory Bandwidth), no fan, 3 Years Warranty

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    Intel Haswell-E i7-5820K

    Intel Haswell-E i7-5820K (BX80648I75820K), 3.30GHz with Turbo Core (3.60GHz), LGA2011, Hex Core (with 12 threads), 22nm, 15MB L3 cache, Unlocked Multiplier, 140w, SSE4.2, AVX2, EM64T, VT-x+ AES + AVX2, Integrated Quad Channel DDR4-2133 Memory Controller (25.6GB/s Memory Bandwidth), no Fan, 3 Years Warranty

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    and cost? :P

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    As always, 1000$ for extreme, around 600$ for 5930 and 480 for 5820

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    and cost? :P
    In this part of the world the i7-5960X is selling for the same price as the i7-4960X.
    The i7-5820K is around 70 US$ more expensive than the i7-4820K.

    EDIT: The top one can be bought right away. The i7-5820K is not yet available.
    Last edited by randyenergy; 08-27-2014 at 09:17 PM.

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    Intel Haswell-E i7-5930K

    Intel Haswell-E i7-5930K (BX80648I75930K), 3.50GHz with Turbo Core (3.70GHz), LGA2011, Hex Core (with 12 threads), 22nm, 15MB L3 cache, Unlocked Multiplier, 140w, SSE4.2, AVX2, EM64T, VT-x+ AES + AVX2, TBT 2.0, Integrated Quad Channel DDR4-2133 Memory Controller (25.6GB/s Memory Bandwidth), no Fan, 3 Years Warranty

    Available right away. Same price as the i7-4930K.

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    Intel i7 5960X Review with ASUS X99 Deluxe

    http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/c...s_x99_deluxe/1

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    GUYS I do have a question for those with a lot of buying experience with this type of hardware.
    ok do you guys think if buying the i7 5960x Cpu now or close to a midpoint sale should be a good chance to get one of the lucky number type CPU if U know what mean, The CPU type of be able to go higher in speed with less volt, thanks for everyones opinions guys.
    "I'm not an OCer just looking a good MENTOR". UyqtCojoXecQlo.".

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Veterant View Post
    GUYS I do have a question for those with a lot of buying experience with this type of hardware.
    ok do you guys think if buying the i7 5960x Cpu now or close to a midpoint sale should be a good chance to get one of the lucky number type CPU if U know what mean, The CPU type of be able to go higher in speed with less volt, thanks for everyones opinions guys.
    Have you heard of the "Silicon Lottery"?

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