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What are you talking about? Lower TDP, better performance per clock, and higher stock clocks?
I am guess all you do is gaming?

Where are you seeing "higher stock clocks." The i7 2700k is already 3.5/3.9ghz. Better IPC remains to be proven, I'm guessing it will end up like Wolfdale. 3% at best over SB, although I'd love to be wrong.
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3770K will be the replacement for my 2600K.....
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The 3770K will replace my stalwart 2500k... waiting is the hardest part tongue.gif
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I'll probably replace my i5 with the i5, but I'm going to wait to see clock vs clock performance and of course clock ranges first.
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3570k for me I think.

^^^^ Never underestimate the power e-peen has over these posters. All with current SBs and all looking to upgrade to all but identical IBs. *facedesk.*

It has nothing to do with epeen.

If it was about epeen I'd actually have a SBe system, this is not SBe, ignorance is not an excuse.


The i5-2500k might be one of the fastest gaming cpus out there, but that doesn't mean it's fast enough for everyone. I would like more fps in games where I'm cpu bound, without needing to push my chip so hard.

There is a difference between epeen and moving forward, the cost of side grading if you do it quickly and with proper timing is minimal. If these chips don't take stupid price points, and simply slide in where the last gen was than it would be a sub $50 upgrade.
    
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that is incorrect, all chips can be oc'ed, unless the manufacturer themselves COMPLETELY lock everything..and with a OEM mobo - with all options locked, then yes, it cannot be oc'ed. you can easily purchase a non-K SB chip now and still OC..just a locked multiplier..aka, the default multiplier..besides, usually on those chips, you just won't be able to go above your default multi, but can certainly go lower...how else would ppl had oc'ed their LGA775 chips..eventho "K" sku's didn't existed then..and only "EE" existed'

Overclocking sandy bridge cpus is completely different than LGA775, since you can't up BCLK (similar to FSB) more than 7%.
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still feel bad for the people upgrading from 2600k to 3770k lol . 0o0o0 a whole year those chips lasted you lol rolleyes.gif at least the performance gains will be worth it for most people
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I'll look into the 3770K but however I don't deem it will be a big enough improvement (10-15% at best) to warrant an upgrade from the 2700K to the 3700K. However we'll see in March/April.
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still feel bad for the people upgrading from 2600k to 3770k lol . 0o0o0 a whole year those chips lasted you lol rolleyes.gif at least the performance gains will be worth it for most people

You act like the i7-2600k will then be worthless.

They could still use it, or they could, imagine for a second... Sell it.

How hard is that?
    
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There is a possibility i will upgrade. biggrin.gif
My brothers and sisters all have older pcs that need a little bit of boosting. They are still using Pentium 4s, Athlon 4200+ and 1st gen Phenom.
I'll just be giving them my older parts once i upgrade.
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Wow, the fastest of which is going to be clocked at 3.9ghz stock.

In turbo mode. i7-2600k is 3.8ghz in turbo mode...

Actually kinda disapointing :´(
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Actually the GHZ speed is not that important.

It is performance clock per clock,wich menas Ivy Bridge will be around 25 to 30% faster than Sandy Bridge
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Actually the GHZ speed is not that important.

It is performance clock per clock,wich menas Ivy Bridge will be around 25 to 30% faster than Sandy Bridge


And in addition to this, not just performance boost, but two of the most important aspects; power consumption and heat. Intel Ivy Bridge FTW!
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Actually the GHZ speed is not that important.
It is performance clock per clock,wich menas Ivy Bridge will be around 25 to 30% faster than Sandy Bridge

You forgot a decimal mark.
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