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If you always wait because something new is coming...you will never build anything, lol. I say go i2500k. You can get Ivy bridge later and you will be good for years to come.
This, there will be an Ivy available for the socket 1155 I believe. That's what I'm going to upgrade to.
    
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Whenever I get a workers permit and such, I think I'll either grab a Ivy-bridge/Sandy Bridge setup or a Phenom II X6 Setup. Waiting really doesn't do jack, since technology is rapidly being shoved in your face. xD
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