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This may be too early to ask but just some thoughts maybe.

I am planning to move into Ivy Bridge in 2012 and I am waiting on 3x00 series CPU instead of 2x00 series due to low watt and heat for most part.

I've seen a lot of post 2500k is better off than 2600k if made for gaming environment which the HT and more a little more heat over 2500k is not worth $100 more.

Would this scenario be the same for 3500k vs 3700k?
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Yes, unless Intel charges less than $100 more for the i7 compared to the i5.

i7 - multitasking, pretty much the same gaming performance as the i5.

i5 - gaming performance, without the $100 gut shot to your wallet.
    
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If it holds true that the 3500k doesn't have HT and the 3700k does, strictly for a gaming environment, I'd go with the 3500k. Games don't make use of HT so what's the point in spending more cash on something that's not needed.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared;15376803 
Yes, unless Intel charges less than $100 more for the i7 compared to the i5.

i7 - multitasking, pretty much the same gaming performance as the i5.

i5 - gaming performance, without the $100 gut shot to your wallet.

This. The i5 has always been the ultimate gaming processor.
     
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Originally Posted by Behemoth777;15376819 
This. The i5 has always been the ultimate gaming processor.

Yes it has. 760 was a beast
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The great majority of games use 4cores or less.

Grab the 3500k and use your extra hundred to burn in public while cackling madly or whatever.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Don Karnage;15382194 
Yes it has. 760 was a beast

dont forget about the 750, mine still plows through games easily.

ive also been screamed at by OCN many times to upgrade...lol
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