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Go with the 2500k if gaming. 2600k for gaming, folding, photo editing. 990x if professional video or other extensive rendering programs.

And no offense, if you don't know the difference between parts the 990x is not for you. Go with the 2600k and you will be set for a very long while.
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Just wanted to make sure i thank you all for your advice. I am just trying to decide here. Its a tough decision for me. I think its gonna be the i7 2600k for me at the moment, but am going to do a little research before i buy. Thank you all.
My best advice to you is research, understand the benefits of certain features in certain CPU's and decide on your own. If you don't know if you need a 990x, chances are you don't need it.

The 2600k is a beast of a CPU, 2700k seems to provide a greater offering. Wait it out a bit and evaluate your options.

Best of luck man.
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This kid is an enormous troll. Every thread he creates, he says "i want the absolute best of everything, tell me what it is". He obviously has no idea what so ever on whats going on, and wants to do little to no research on his own to find out. Do some searching on some of is past threads, they are all like this. I highly doubt he owns anything, he just wants to know what the best of everything is and pose like he has intentions of his parents to buy it. Lets not feed him.
I'm with yanks8981. Previous threads have mostly been locked due to massive amounts of trolling by OP. I even proved that jblanc03 doesn't own any of the said components on his sig rig. For a 28 year old person, you write like a 8yr old. For your age, you should be able to do your own research and come to your own conclusion instead of trolling on Tech site and saying "Cream of the Crop" and "I want absolutely the best" and "Money no object."

Further more, if you have a wife, I'm sure she should object to a 28 year old USMC buying expensive toys. Shouldn't there be a higher priority than buying "Cream of the Crop" toys. I'm single and I don't answer to no one except my parents. Hence the reason why I still have the privilege of buying my sig rig. I work hard for my hobby.

'Nuff said.
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this has mor cores and is FailDozer
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103960
Fixed for u
Edit: just playing around it comes down to your weapon of choice dont listen to others and go for what you think is best
Edited by nvidiagreencamp - 10/19/11 at 2:40pm
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Fixed for u
Why start a Intel iX vs BD?
    
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Why start a Intel iX vs BD?
okay sorry didnt mean to just playing around ill admit it can do better than 2600k and 990x in heavily threaded applications (or so ive heard)
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Fair enough it's hard to sense those types of things over the internet.
    
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I'm with yanks8981. Previous threads have mostly been locked due to massive amounts of trolling by OP. I even proved that jblanc03 doesn't own any of the said components on his sig rig. For a 28 year old person, you write like a 8yr old. For your age, you should be able to do your own research and come to your own conclusion instead of trolling on Tech site and saying "Cream of the Crop" and "I want absolutely the best" and "Money no object."

Further more, if you have a wife, I'm sure she should object to a 28 year old USMC buying expensive toys. Shouldn't there be a higher priority than buying "Cream of the Crop" toys. I'm single and I don't answer to no one except my parents. Hence the reason why I still have the privilege of buying my sig rig. I work hard for my hobby.

'Nuff said.
Well now that i look at it from your POV he might be and might not be he is probably asking for these things because he has the money to do it or he might just be some 12 year old IDK
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I'm with yanks8981. Previous threads have mostly been locked due to massive amounts of trolling by OP. I even proved that jblanc03 doesn't own any of the said components on his sig rig. For a 28 year old person, you write like a 8yr old. For your age, you should be able to do your own research and come to your own conclusion instead of trolling on Tech site and saying "Cream of the Crop" and "I want absolutely the best" and "Money no object."

Further more, if you have a wife, I'm sure she should object to a 28 year old USMC buying expensive toys. Shouldn't there be a higher priority than buying "Cream of the Crop" toys. I'm single and I don't answer to no one except my parents. Hence the reason why I still have the privilege of buying my sig rig. I work hard for my hobby.

'Nuff said.

I work seven days a week and 12 hours a day and i dont have time to do all the research. Thats why i joined this forum so i can get the answers from people who have already done the research for me. I would do more research if i had the time trust me. And i come home in december and i want to have all this ready for when i get back.
I will take all the pictures once my build is complete just for you!
post #50 of 91
you want the newest gen for smart cache with a ssd if you are spending that kind of money... unless you are going to RAID a bunch of SSDs for all of your storage and just skip the mechanical drives. lol

instead of arguing pointlessly, you could do research. arguing on the internet is a waste of life.

just get a 2600k, you wont notice anything better unless you wait until next gen.
Edited by Skoobs - 10/19/11 at 10:18pm
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