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So you're saying the only reason that my i5 managed to keep up with my i7, is because it was very slightly overclocked?
I would be more than happy to overclock it, and in fact my goal is to get it as close to 4.5ghz as possible; but the problem right now is finding the right fan. The stock fan at this time can barely keep up with the CPU at stock speeds.
I'm trying to figure out if I can remove the back panel on my case, because I do not want to remove my motherboard to install a fan. (Getting my motherboard in the first time was a terrible, terrible experience)

I had just assumed that the i7 2600k would greatly out-perform the i5 2500k at stock speeds.
Well all a 2600k is, is an 2500k with HyperThreading and an extra 100Mhz. The only time the 2600k will greatly out-perform the 2500k at stock speeds is if your using an application that will USE all 8 cores. Other than that, no dice.

However, you'll achieve 4.5Ghz with ease man. I just found my sweet spot and got 5Ghz at 1.44. Yeah, a little more vcore for some, but my water block takes care of the heat.

But once you overclock that thing and try rendering again, I'm willing to put money you'll be more than satisfied with the upgrade.
 
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you should configure your ram settings to set a higher clock so that they would be able to give data to the processor at a fater speed and your rendering time lowers down...
bad idea atm lets get him stable first .
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Well all a 2600k is, is an 2500k with HyperThreading and an extra 100Mhz. The only time the 2600k will greatly out-perform the 2500k at stock speeds is if your using an application that will USE all 8 cores. Other than that, no dice.

However, you'll achieve 4.5Ghz with ease man. I just found my sweet spot and got 5Ghz at 1.44. Yeah, a little more vcore for some, but my water block takes care of the heat.

But once you overclock that thing and try rendering again, I'm willing to put money you'll be more than satisfied with the upgrade.
+ 2mb extra cache
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EPC...in my defense, there is NOTHING in the Corsair documentation about an XMP profile for my RAM when i bought it earlier this year...nothing on the website, nothing on the packaging, and nothing on the label that's stuck on each stick. I set my RAM timings in the BIOS manually, but it would always revert to 1333, even though it was 1600...that's because i was also OCing my cpu....just got too confusing, so i bounced around the BIOS, and there it was...the damn XMP profile. I set it, and it's been smooth sailing ever since.

should be noted that i was a VERY early adopter of P67/2600k (post recall)...i bought just days after the B3 mobo revision never having built a computer in my life. these things were not obvious to me at the time.
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had some fun with mine before the upgrade
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EPC...in my defense, there is NOTHING in the Corsair documentation about an XMP profile for my RAM when i bought it earlier this year...nothing on the website, nothing on the packaging, and nothing on the label that's stuck on each stick. I set my RAM timings in the BIOS manually, but it would always revert to 1333, even though it was 1600...that's because i was also OCing my cpu....just got too confusing, so i bounced around the BIOS, and there it was...the damn XMP profile. I set it, and it's been smooth sailing ever since.
yup i think 90% of ram theses days has XMP i mean it does say in the product description XMP
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but bios should default yo xmp if its there. well in my opinion anyway.

Auto should mean auto.
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yup i think 90% of ram theses days has XMP i mean it does say in the product description XMP
when i bought my RAM there was NOTHING...in fact, the part # of my RAM is rare...look up the part number for Corsair XMS3 1600mhz 2x2GB kit and i'd be surprised if you found what i have.
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but bios should default yo xmp if its there. well in my opinion anyway.

Auto should mean auto.
i agree, but as soon as you select "Manual" in the UEFI overclock, your RAM settings don't seem to know what to do. Possible fix in the future?
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