^ I think we get the point, but OCN staff cannot punish users for misinformation unless trouble is caused out of it on a large scale.
ALUCARDVPR is not necessarily misinforming anybody either. I wouldn't call K10 a total failure just yet; in the midrange price/performance sector it will keep up with the needs of users and gamers alike for quite awhile. Obviously, a new architecture will be better than an older one, but I do often have the feeling sometimes that people overact to the difference. Certainly there will be a difference vs the i3 2100, but in real life scenario I don't really feel it is worth arguing about at all - and as the staff member who always has to clean up after everyone when everything goes wrong, it sort of disappoints me that these arguments go on all the time. Quick comparison
: in real world scenarios, the difference is very few frames per second - and since the framerates are already approaching 60hz - the frequency limit for monitors used by the majority of the world's population - the difference doesn't really matter anymore. With the 965 at 4Ghz and with the CPU-NB overclocked, the distance between the two comes to a close. The i3 does, however, win in power consumption by a fair margin - in case this matters to the user in question, I would like to point out.