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post #51 of 166
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I gave myself a 10, I am humble
    
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post #52 of 166
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Originally Posted by Frankzro View Post
There is no difference for me really, because while Sandy Bridge is new, it will be killed off like socket 1366 is being killed right now within a year. Thats just how INTEL rolls, and I already made my choice to go back to AMD on my next build because INTEL is just too expensive period and I wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
You do know that Ivy Bridge 22nm processors will be compatible on 1155 right?

And if you only use your computer 3x a month, what was the hurry?

G2 sniper is out in a couple weeks.

Ah well, enjoy your 10+ rig which I rated a 5.
Edited by 2010rig - 8/19/11 at 4:32pm
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5, why did you list the specs so weird? Is it a prebuilt?
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post #54 of 166
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5, why did you list the specs so weird? Is it a prebuilt?
The specs are listed like that because I pulled them from Overclock. I figured why type it all again when I can just copy paste
    
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post #55 of 166
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You do know that Ivy Bridge 22nm processors will be compatible on 1155 right?

And if you only use your computer 3x a month, what was the hurry?

G2 sniper is out in a couple weeks.

Ah well, enjoy your 10+ rig which I rated a 5.

I want the computer now... I am supposed to go to another job site near home, so I wanted the computer done as soon as possible. I have to watch a Huge machine and drive back and forth so I still don't have the time I want. I bought the parts before I even knew anything about Ivy Bridge, I bought most the stuff like between last month and this month. Plus I am new to INTEL, geez this s the last time I build INTEL... theres always a catch, shoulda just stuck with AMD like I always do and it would have cost me a lot less to do it, basically half of what I spent.

As I have said before , the parts were ordered from the internet... which I am not a huge fan of doing that for certain parts like CPUs and MoBos .

I could send the CPU back but I opened the box already... I have gone through one G1.Sniper because my friend killed my first one. So imagine having to get another one? That sucked and I don't wanna keep sending back parts to wait for more parts -_-. After this, I have decided NO MORE INTEL BUILDS EVER! ... If this was AMD I wouldnt even worry because of backwards compatibility. This will be my first and my last INTEL build
    
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post #57 of 166
I give it 7. Sure it's a monster of a PC, but the combination of components don't warrant a good score. I wouldn't go for a 580 on a 22" monitor. Nor would I go for the overpriced H100. But since you have the money to burn, go scratch that itchy trigger finger with that flamethrower.
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post #58 of 166
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Originally Posted by Frankzro View Post
I want the computer now... I am supposed to go to another job site near home, so I wanted the computer done as soon as possible. I have to watch a Huge machine and drive back and forth so I still don't have the time I want. I bought the parts before I even knew anything about Ivy Bridge, I bought most the stuff like between last month and this month. Plus I am new to INTEL, geez this s the last time I build INTEL... theres always a catch, shoulda just stuck with AMD like I always do and it would have cost me a lot less to do it, basically half of what I spent.

As I have said before , the parts were ordered from the internet... which I am not a huge fan of doing that for certain parts like CPUs and MoBos .

I could send the CPU back but I opened the box already... I have gone through one G1.Sniper because my friend killed my first one. So imagine having to get another one? That sucked and I don't wanna keep sending back parts to wait for more parts -_-. After this, I have decided NO MORE INTEL BUILDS EVER! ... If this was AMD I wouldnt even worry because of backwards compatibility. This will be my first and my last INTEL build
Don't go blaming Intel for your poor choice in parts, and lack of research.

2500K + P8P67 Pro + 8GB RAM = $444

In gaming, this will match or exceed the performance of your 970 considering you can push it to 4.7 GHZ easily.

Want Proof?
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=157

Compare that to the nearly $1200 you spent on the CPU, MOBO, RAM combo. Not to mention your 3GB 580.

That's $750 + $350 towards a sick monitor.

I dare you to find anything that AMD has to offer at ANY price point that beats that price / performance combo.

You came here and posted your computer specs and asked for opinions. We're not here to tell you what you want to hear, but rather, how to get the best bang for your buck.

Next time you build a computer, ask 1st, build 2nd.

Around here, most people will give you advice on the best direction to go, whether it's Intel or AMD.

Right now, AMD has nothing that compares to Sandy Bridge performance. Bulldozer may or may not change that. And guess what? Bulldozer is only officially supported in AM3+ motherboards, which are being killed off next year.

I apologize for my bluntness, but that's why I suggested for you to return the parts and build with Sandy Bridge, and get yourself a sick monitor that will give you a better gaming experience for the amount of money you spent.
Edited by 2010rig - 8/19/11 at 5:25pm
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post #59 of 166
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I give it 7. Sure it's a monster of a PC, but the combination of components don't warrant a good score. I wouldn't go for a 580 on a 22" monitor. Nor would I go for the overpriced H100. But since you have the money to burn, go scratch that itchy trigger finger with that flamethrower.
LOL

I didn't buy the 22" Monitor, I have had it for years I have actually been looking to replace it since its old and does not support HDMI... well like HDMI really matters in PC.

About the H100, I completely agree with you! It was pretty expensive and adding the extra fans to it put another 60 bucks ( x4 Excalibur Fans). My reasoning for wanting to get the H100 in the first place was because of this insane accident with the Noctua 14... Its a long story but I let a friend help me and thats when it all went to hell. In the end I ditched the Noctua because it was HUGE, CLUMSY, and took up real-estate, and it was stopping m from using certain RAM sticks and I didn't like that at all. So I chucked it and got the h100.
    
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post #60 of 166
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I give it a 5-7. LGA1366 is last generation and you'd have got so much more with Sandy-bridge. The only CPUs to go for on LGA1366 are the Xeons and perhaps a 980X/990X.
i disagree. The 1366 chipset is still very strong and beastly.

If you got a 3gb 580. get a couple more monitors, otherwise. What is the point, unless you get an IPS monitor. Also, loose the g15 and g500. Get a mechanical keyboard and a steel series xai with a 9hd as a mousepad

Id give.your system a 6 as of now
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