Too fast -- don't order while under the influence.
28 April 2014
Summary: This CPU was too fast. Amazon needs a way to prevent OUIs (ordering under the influence). One morning not long ago I woke up with a terrible hangover, not quite sure what happened the night before.
Summary: This processor goes to much fast. Are incredible, for the price you get more than you expected, very fast in any of the works that it performs from a game, passing for render 3d, to multicore processing.
Summary: WOW, blown away by the power of this processor. At first I felt left down, but it really showed me it's power when I upgraded from CS5 to Adobe CC. The rendering power, and multi tasking power for video editing, and After Effects work blows me away.
Summary: I build lots of computers, and I was so impressed with how this thing performed I just had to get one for myself. I know its more expensive, but it is so much better than any AMD processor out there. you get what you pay for and intel always stands behind their product if there is ever an issue.
Summary: For now i have at stock speed. I'm using this primarily for rendering in 3ds Max Design, both mental ray and Vray and i'm happy with the results. Coming from a six core AMD Phenom, this thing is amazingly fast. For now i'll stay with Intel as it is much faster for my purposes.
Summary: This board is the best you're going to get for the money. I built my system from the case up. Put in Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800), EVGA GeForce GTX760 FTW with ACX Cooler 4GB GDDR5 256Bit Dual-Link GPU, Asus BC-12B1ST 12X SATA Blu-ray Combo Internal DVD+/-RW Drive, Intel...
Summary: Very nice. I am using it over 18 month now. Never crashed or created any kind of problems. As an architect I am doing lots of renderings and working with different versions of REVIT. Never any kind of problems experienced so far. Thank you so much.
Summary: Pros: Extremely fast, doesn't run too hot, easily overclocked Cons: A bit pricey I went with the 3930K for a new computer in May 2012, and to this day (December 2013), it still runs just as well as day 1.