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Originally Posted by pursuinginsanity;15402279 
When we went from Conroe to Wolfdale we gained ~3% IPC and roughly a 7-800mhz higher OC (of course that varied from chip to chip, up and down the range).

I don't think it's unreasonable to expect ~5.2-5.5. Sort of in the middle of where you guys stand.

My E6750 would easily run at 3.9 GHz. Heck, it would run 3.6 GHz with 1.35V, and the max voltage was 1.5V. I could run 3.9 GHz with 1.425V and I'm sure it could have went higher. You also seem to have forgotten that Wolfdale also came with a much larger L3 Cache than Conroe.
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This is my question:

For a gamer, who likes to record him self (rarely) and edit videos of himself (once in a blue moon)... who is planning on spending some money during black friday-cyber monday for a new CPU / mobo / memory / psu / + custom water cooling loop for CPU... do I consider waiting for the new technology (new sandy bridge + mobos)?

Or is it best to just save my money, and go the budget route?

I will be gaming 2048x1536 with two 470s (air cooled & yes I'm aware it's not an awesome GPU setup - but I could be wrong, I haven't got my 2nd card in the mail - yet) So until 3.0 GPUs come out and I feel comfortable buying one (I probably wouldn't for a year or so) I will upgrade components every two years (unless it's a GPU).
Edited by xquisit - 10/22/11 at 2:45am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xquisit;15405697 
This is my question:

For a gamer, who likes to record him self (rarely) and edit videos of himself (once in a blue moon)... who is planning on spending some money during black friday-cyber monday for a new CPU / mobo / memory / psu / + custom water cooling loop for CPU... do I consider waiting for the new technology (new sandy bridge + mobos)?

Or is it best to just save my money, and go the budget route?

I will be gaming 2048x1536 with two 470s (air cooled & yes I'm aware it's not an awesome GPU setup - but I could be wrong, I haven't got my 2nd card in the mail - yet) until 3.0 GPUs come out and I feel comfortable buying one (I probably wouldn't for a year or so). I upgrade components every two years.

I see what you did there
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Is it worth upgrading from a 2600k@4.8GHz (Water Cooled) to an Ivy Bridge equivalent or should I skip Ivy? The 3D transistors are tempting. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by xquisit;15405697 
This is my question:

For a gamer, who likes to record him self (rarely) and edit videos of himself (once in a blue moon)... who is planning on spending some money during black friday-cyber monday for a new CPU / mobo / memory / psu / + custom water cooling loop for CPU... do I consider waiting for the new technology (new sandy bridge + mobos)?

Or is it best to just save my money, and go the budget route?

I will be gaming 2048x1536 with two 470s (air cooled & yes I'm aware it's not an awesome GPU setup - but I could be wrong, I haven't got my 2nd card in the mail - yet) So until 3.0 GPUs come out and I feel comfortable buying one (I probably wouldn't for a year or so) I will upgrade components every two years (unless it's a GPU).

It's very worth a Phenom II user to upgrade, a friend of mine got a massive FPS increase with SLI going from a PhII to a i7 920, the Phenom IIs (And C2Ds) can't keep up with hefty GPU configurations like SLI 470s.
    
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