Intel Core i7-3930K Review

PC Mark

Intel Core i7-3930K Review

PC Mark Vantage

If the early synthetic results brought us hope that the i7-3930K would out-perform its price-point, then PC Mark Vantage demonstrates how true that feeling is. The two processors are so close that in real-terms you wouldn't notice the difference.

PC Mark 7

PC Mark 7 replicates the results of PC Mark Vantage, with the i7-3930K being as near as makes no difference to the i7-3960X. There is a small gap between them, but it's the smallest of margins.

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Most Recent Comments

17-02-2012, 07:37:21

tom whats going on with the ram performance dude?Quote

17-02-2012, 07:38:44

Yeah the 3960X is pointless.Same results at nearly half the price.Quote

17-02-2012, 08:00:31

3960x to me is just for bragging rights, "oooooo looook, i've got the best 2011 processor in my rig hehe"

The 3960x is not worth it, 3930k is just perfect Quote

17-02-2012, 08:03:54

i couldn't agree more with your conclusion dude

if i never had the SR-X in the pipeline, this is the route i would take Quote

17-02-2012, 08:04:49

good to know i choose the right oneQuote

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