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    is Intel i7 3820 a better choice than the Intel i7 2700K

    Actually I am looking forward to buy an i7 processor but the thing is that when going through the i7 processor I am bit confused that from this two which one should I go for whether to go for i7 3820 processor or i7 2700k processor. As one of my friend suggested to with the i7 3820 is better choice to go with rather than going with the i7 2700k.

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    re: is Intel i7 3820 a better choice than the Intel i7 2700K

    According to me you should definitely go with the i7 3820 processor, but the thing is that x79 motherboard will cost you more than the z68. Otherwise it is the best option I think you should go for.

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    re: is Intel i7 3820 a better choice than the Intel i7 2700K

    Even I am looking out for this and so have decided to with the i7 3820 processor and after which I will be upgrading with the Ivy-E.

    Currently I am thinking of going with the P67 and not with the z68.

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