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I been looking for these. Thank you.
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I been looking for these. Thank you.
Have you found them, maybe we could help if we knew where you were.
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TBH, I was searching for a comparison and find this helpful.

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Don't forget that 3770S supports VT-d (Direct I/O for Virtualization) while 3770K doesn't. So if you will be running virtual machines with supported software, 3770S would run much faster.
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One example would be Parallels Workstation that supports direct access to graphics cards using VT-d, to get close to hardware-level performance.
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Is it possible to overclock i7-3770K to 4.8-5.0 GHz?
My current i7-2600K works on 5.0 GHz with a voltage of 1.512 & 62-(max)84 Celsius
But I couldn't overclock i7-3770K over 4.6 GHz.
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Is it possible to overclock i7-3770K to 4.8-5.0 GHz?
My current i7-2600K works on 5.0 GHz with a voltage of 1.512 & 62-(max)84 Celsius
But I couldn't overclock i7-3770K over 4.6 GHz.
Without "chilled" cooling it is hard to get the 3770K over 4.5GHz, so you've done well to get it to 4.6GHz.

Ivy Bridge doesn't like core voltages over 1.28 volts (normally). Some folks have removed the IHS, and replaced the thermal paste to improve heat transfer from the CPU die to the IHS. But this is risky.
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I think the price is the main difference and that's what made me choose S too.
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