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yeah i think the difference between the evo and deluxe is the evo having 12+2 power phase and the deluxe having 16+2

Haha well I dont need 16+2 for now tongue.gif
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Haha well I dont need 16+2 for now tongue.gif

I agree with the others, the 2500k is the best option for you.
You dont need water cooling to put a Phenom II X4 or X6 @ 4Ghz or a SB @ 4.8Ghz.
You will need water cooling to accomplish that with bad chips, mediocre chips will do it on air.
Get the 2500k and try to get rid(sell) of that 6570 gpu, get something stronger possibly a new gpu.
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I agree with the others, the 2500k is the best option for you.
You dont need water cooling to put a Phenom II X4 or X6 @ 4Ghz or a SB @ 4.8Ghz.
You will need water cooling to accomplish that with bad chips, mediocre chips will do it on air.
Get the 2500k and try to get rid(sell) of that 6570 gpu, get something stronger possibly a new gpu.

2500k does seem like the best choice and ehh I think I will keep my 6570 I mean its still pretty good at what its clocked at and anyways when I get a new power supply I will be able to set it higher because ik the max for mem is 1Ghz I have had it up that high and played BF3 it played but since not enough power there are alot of artifacts so the card I have now is pretty good smile.gif
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2500k does seem like the best choice and ehh I think I will keep my 6570 I mean its still pretty good at what its clocked at and anyways when I get a new power supply I will be able to set it higher because ik the max for mem is 1Ghz I have had it up that high and played BF3 it played but since not enough power there are alot of artifacts so the card I have now is pretty good smile.gif

What is your current monitor resolution? Hope you dont expect the power supply to give what the GPU cannot reach.
6570 is a decent GPU, I admit it. I already advised 2 friends of mine to get a 6450 for their rigs. They were stuck on Intel and it was a huge improvement for them. But they run at 1280*1024 and 1280*800 easy for those cards to power.
The thing is that the 2500k has loads of CPU power compared to any current processor within the same price tag.
It is highly recommended cause of that.
I wouldnt change my Phenom for an i5 2500k, but thats cause Im satisfied with it and I dont need more atm.
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My monitor is currently running at 1080x1920 I can run this resolution ether through my DVI or HDMI connection on the card and like I'v been saying the 2500k seems like a good idea tongue.gif
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My monitor is currently running at 1080x1920 I can run this resolution ether through my DVI or HDMI connection on the card and like I'v been saying the 2500k seems like a good idea tongue.gif

Forgot to mention the card also has a VGA connection but resolution on that only gets up to 1440x900
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Forgot to mention the card also has a VGA connection but resolution on that only gets up to 1440x900

So you say you run BF3 in ultra with that card at 1920x1080p while its being bottlenecked?
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So you say you run BF3 in ultra with that card at 1920x1080p while its being bottlenecked?

Yea I do but as I posted in another post nomatter what I do it is locked in at about 21- 23 FPS
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do you enjoy the slide show ?
i wont play anything under 40fps
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do you enjoy the slide show ?
i wont play anything under 40fps
I dont like it I want to play at above 40FPS but weird thing about my card is its not really a slide show, like on bf3 its just... the gameplay is like slowed down -.-
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