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http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?...0K+%40+3.30GHz

1366 quad cores whent toe to toe with amd 6 cores,
Sandy bridge wins no contest
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Here is a comparison between the two: http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=203
DDDDDDDDAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMNNNNNNNN! I knew the i5 2500k was better for single threaded application but the thing just creams the T1100 in EVERYTHING.
    
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I don't care what your friend thinks. SB is stupid fast.
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Thanks guys! I'll be going SB for sure now. Hopefully BullDozer launches on schedule and creams SB in enough areas for me to switch (gotta love 30day refund ^^), though Im doubtful.
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