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I don't know the in's and out's of anyone's lives but if you are unemployed why would you want to spend $200 on an "upgrade" that really isn't even that big of a jump? Why not just spend it on necessities? Clothes, Food, shelter....

Forgive me for trying to have an "intervention".
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Kv, you have to remember though, that it will be soon that the 860 will be obsolete. By getting a 2500k he will not only have excellent encoding and rendering performance, he will also have a good processor for at least a couple years to come.

OP: Get this mobo instead, cheaper.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130582
The i7 860 will not be obsolete. It performs very well, and is not that far behind the i5 2500k in terms of performance. For most people, the Core 2 Quads are still more than enough.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/107?vs=288

Sure, the i5 is winning in some cases, but as you can tell the i7 is holding it's own. Take into consideration that it has threads, which will assist him in rendering, on top of having the extra 2 cores over his current i5.

Then factor in how when it gets slow you can just OC it to 4ghz, which will be more than enough for games now and to come... then factor in that it's going to be about half the price of switching your system to accommodate something you can achieve on 1156.

He'd be much better upgrading to the i7 now and waiting until next fall to do a platform upgrade.
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Alright, you have a point.

Anyways I think there is enough information here for the OP to make his choice.
    
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I don't know the in's and out's of anyone's lives but if you are unemployed why would you want to spend $200 on an "upgrade" that really isn't even that big of a jump? Why not just spend it on necessities? Clothes, Food, shelter....

Forgive me for trying to have an "intervention".
lol thats a good post but i only spend cash when i can and im living comfortably atm i have everything i need at this point in time just noticing while gaming my current setup isnt doing thats great as i thought, cpu hits 100% usage in black ops bc2 metro and gta iv so i dont mind spendin abit of cash here n there heck ive already spent $608 on my pc this yr alone
also im studying so i can get a better job why work for a measly $20 an hour when i can study and get nearly double that in about 1yr of the course im taking + i finish my studies this month
Edited by IXcrispyXI - 6/8/11 at 8:21am
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Selling your CPU and motherboard to upgrade to 2500k will set you back ~$200-250. Selling you CPU and getting a 760 (prob used) will set you back ~$60-80.
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lol thats a good post but i only spend cash when i can and im living comfortably atm i have everything i need at this point in time just noticing while gaming my current setup isnt doing thats great as i thought, cpu hits 100% usage in black ops bc2 metro and gta iv so i dont mind spendin abit of cash here n there heck ive already spent $608 on my pc this yr alone
also im studying so i can get a better job why work for a measly $20 an hour when i can study and get nearly double that in about 1yr of the course im taking + i finish my studies this month
Considering that most of those games use as much cores as it can (with the exception of GTA IV, I haven't played that), I'd definitely recommend the i5 760 or i7 860 (used). Although your OC is 4.5ghz, it wont be as effective as a CPU with more cores and OC'd.
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In games which only use 1-2 cores, i5 760 may perform worse than i5 650, because very likely, you will have to lower your OC. Reasonable OC on i5 760 is only 4-4.2GHz on air.

i5 760 will pull ahead when 3-4 cores are used. But at the cost of greatly increased power consumption and heat. Hope you can handle the extra heat.

Sandy Bridge (i5-2500k) or Ivy Bridge or Bulldozer would be much better upgrades.
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In games which only use 1-2 cores, i5 760 may perform worse than i5 650, because very likely, you will have to lower your OC. Reasonable OC on i5 760 is only 4-4.2GHz on air.

i5 760 will pull ahead when 3-4 cores are used. But at the cost of greatly increased power consumption and heat. Hope you can handle the extra heat.

Sandy Bridge (i5-2500k) or Ivy Bridge or Bulldozer would be much better upgrades.
hmm yea thats what i thought about but alot of people told me to stop dreaming gettin my cpu to 4.3+ghz on air but managed to get 4.5-4.6 with only a measly cm hyper 212+. (4.5 is stable but @ 4.6 it becomes unstable after an hour i suspect my ram)
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In games which only use 1-2 cores, i5 760 may perform worse than i5 650, because very likely, you will have to lower your OC. Reasonable OC on i5 760 is only 4-4.2GHz on air.

i5 760 will pull ahead when 3-4 cores are used. But at the cost of greatly increased power consumption and heat. Hope you can handle the extra heat.

Sandy Bridge (i5-2500k) or Ivy Bridge or Bulldozer would be much better upgrades.
So you're saying that upgrading to one quad core will lower performance, but upgrading to the one that's more expensive, that really doesn't show a HUGE improvement over the other, is more worth while?

Besides, more and more programs are using more and more cores, he also stated he's primarily playing games that take advantage of extra cores. Also the Hyper212+ can easily handle the heat. I had a Xeon X3440 on a Hyper212+ pulling 4.1ghz easily with HT on

As for power consumption?

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/191?vs=144

I rest my case.

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hmm yea thats what i thought about but alot of people told me to stop dreaming gettin my cpu to 4.3+ghz on air but managed to get 4.5-4.6 with only a measly cm hyper 212+. (4.5 is stable but @ 4.6 it becomes unstable after an hour i suspect my ram)
You'll be able to hit 4ghz on an i5 760 easily with the Hyper 212+, and it will be more worth it than the i5 dual core in the applications you're using.
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Are people not realizing that Clarkdale IPC is not the same as Lynnfield IPC? You can't compare the clocks directly. The on-package (off-die) IMC makes a considerable difference. And yes, if you are definitely encoding, then a used 860 or Xeon (X3440) would be logical.
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