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Intel Core i7 4930K 6 Core 3.4/3.9GHZ 12MB L3 Unlocked Ivy BRIDGE-E Hyperthreading LGA2011 Processor

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Rating: 10/10
With 7 User Reviews
1223356AB@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/26/15
Cons: expensive

Pros: -performs great-6 cores and 12 threads overclockable to 4.5ghz no problem
Comment:
Although expensive, its a great CPU from intel
AndreD@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/20/14
Cons: none

Pros: Love it just broke my wallet little bit
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I went to extreme and upgraded everything from ground up. I like my pc games. Well im not disappointed. I'm playing Skyrim, AC4 Blackflag, and other games to max settings. Heat doesn't go beyond 40. Im not even overclocked yet. My PC Build: With this processor and WIN7 opEVGA X79 Classified LGA2011 Motherboard Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H100I CPU Cooler System G.SKILL RipjawsZ F3-12800CL10Q-32GBZL 32GB 4X8GB DDR3-1600 EVGA GeForce GTX 780 967MHZ Superclocked w/ EVGA ACX Cooler 3GB GDDR5 6008MHZ HDMI SLI Graphics CardCooler Master Storm Trooper EATX Full Tower Case Black EVGA Supernova 1000G2 1000W 80PLUS Gold Fully Modular Power Supply 10YRS WarrantyBenQ RL2455HM 24IN 1080p 1MS MLG RTS Gaming Console Monitor Black Equalizer DVI 2x HDMI
Esg@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/02/14
Cons: Price

Pros: CPU SpeedHeating not an issue
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I brought this for my gaming computer. Haven't tried to OC it yet since I haven't had the time with work and the fact that nothing I run even makes the usage go past 50%... I mainly play Dota 2 and even running two of them via sandbox only makes it use 20% usage and doesn't pass 38C with a noctua air cooler. Its still pretty pricey, although with the next highest cpu costing almost 80% more its a great buy since 6 cores will last you a long time.
Ryan_C@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/09/13
Cons: none for right now

Pros: a lot faster and stable than u thought
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bought it when it was $50 off but it's still a little expensive!!
Gary_T@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/25/13
Cons: none

Pros: Fast, Very Fast 6 Cores 12 threads yea!
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I have to of these chips in 2 separate units, very good chip great performance in games, my fps are through the roof with my oc' 780, if you can afford this buy it, you wont have to upgrade for a while, I don't see any chip being better than this for a while
HedoBum@NCIX
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Review Date: 09/22/13
Cons: Pricey

Pros: FAST!Easily overclocked
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I've only had this processor for a short time but it has been awesome thus far. I currently have it overclocked on a ASUS R4E to the tune of 4.6GHz and it hasn't even broken a sweat.I'm running 21° at just above idle with an H100i cooler...I can just imagine how cool it could be with a custom cooling solution.My 3D CG application is lightning fast, as is Photoshop. In fact, all my benchmarks are phenomenal and greatly exceed my expectations.I'm loving this processor! ...now if only my pocketbook weren't so empty.
CoolRonZ@NCIX
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Review Date: 09/21/13
Cons: A lot of money per core.

Pros: OC'ers dream CPU! At stock speeds .9-1.1v, 40 lanes of PCIE3.0.
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6 cores are fine, especially considering very few programs even fully utilize 4 cores. Upgraded from a 3820, certain programs are faster, but mostly nothing has changed. IB is supposed to be easier to OC than SB, which is totally true. I have a custom water loop, 2x360mm rads and 2x24mm rads, dual pump setup to 3xHD7970's, MB and CPU, OC'ed to 4.4ghz, 25degrees Celsius ambient, it gets 26,29,29,27 with a water temp of 26 at an idle. After a couple hours of prime95 max's out at 55,60,54,54. Water temps don't really change any. If you do decide to OC her a little more, go right ahead! stock 3.9ghz/1.0v 4.4ghz/1.25v 4.6ghz/1.4v 4.8ghz/1.55v. All listed voltages and overclocks are my ASUS RIVE "level up" default voltages, I was honestly surprised to see it that high. Especially when from my understanding about 1.4v is the most one would want to put into an IB-E, at anything lower than 4.5ghz it uses a lot less power than my 3820, but at anything over that its uses about the same, but considering its got half again the cores, that's pretty darn impressive in my books. Breathed new life into my aging X79 platform, works great with my 3way CFX HD7970s, but honestly if I only had 1 or 2 GPU's, I probably would have gone with a 4770K, but then again there are only a handful of apps that shine on that platform. No matter, considering most reviews on the internet say this CPU hits a brick wall at 4.5ghz, well I say if my MB BIOS can automatically get 4.9ghz on a "watercooled gamers overclock", I'm sure this thing is truly a 5ghz CPU! Or maybe I justgot a golden chip! Thanks NCIX! :D
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Product Features

Six Core CPU  Unlocked Processor

Intel® Core? i7-4930K Processor
Make sure your new system packs the ultimate in power with the Intel® Core? i7-4930K Processor. This six core beast slides right into your LGA2011 motherboard for easy installation. Running at a fast 3.4GHz (3.9GHZ Max Turbo), it handles demanding applications with ease. Its incredible 12MB of L3 Cache also helps this 130W processor churn out fast and smooth system performance. So act fast, purchase the Intel® Core? i7-4930K Processor today!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • LGA2011 Interface; gives smooth connectivity between the processor and the motherboard
  • 3.4 GHz speed; runs all demanding applications at a great speed without any lag
  • 12M L3 Cache; delivers fast and smooth processing performance

Product Specifications

Model
BrandIntel
SeriesCore i7
ModelBX80633i74930K
CPU Socket Type
CPU Socket TypeLGA 2011
Tech Spec
CoreIvy Bridge-E
Multi-CoreSix-Core
NameCore i7-4930K
Operating Frequency3.4GHz
DMI5 GT/s
L3 Cache12MB
Manufacturing Tech22 nm
64 bit SupportYes
Hyper-Threading SupportYes
Integrated Memory Controller SpeedFour Channel DDR3
Virtualization Technology SupportYes
Thermal Design Power130W
Cooling DeviceCooling device not included - Processor Only
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