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Edited by sweets11388 - 6/21/13 at 2:45pm
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To be honest, the i5 2500k will destroy everything.

Ask BallaTheFeared about it, he's a Sandy Bridge Fan Boy Master
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Edited by sweets11388 - 6/21/13 at 2:45pm
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You can just use 1366 benchmarks at 4GHz to compare, an i5 1156 will be pretty close to an i7 1366.

Probably a 15~ish fps difference between 1156/1366 @ 4GHz vs Sandy at 5GHz, assuming you have the gpu power to push those frames with modded Crysis. Min will also come up as well, nearly as much. Difference would probably be around 10 fps in the min area. Assuming the same video cards, and the video cards in question are capable of pushing the frames fairly high.

I don't know how demanding the mod is you're talking about, or if it adds anymore cpu load. I'm assuming it doesn't when I state those figures, two gtx 470s @ 900 core get around 78 fps @ 1080 with no AA, and around 68fps /w 8x AA --- numbers are off the top of my head, but I believe they're pretty close I'd need to find my screen caps if you wanted for sure numbers.
    
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but if i can build a system for 230...is it worth another 120 for a 2500k system?
It depends on your money situation. If you can get a crazy good deal on an 1156 i5, then there is nothing wrong with going with that even though it's a dead socket. The benefits of a 2500k compared to an i5 760 would require a pretty good GPU/MultiGPU setup for the most part.

If you are fine spending the extra $120 then there is no reason not to get the 2500k. It's better.
     
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