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post #11 of 28
If you give us your budget, it'll be easier to help.

EDIT:
That said, even without the ability to overclock, the 2500 will kill that FX6 in games.
Edited by SectorNine50 - 2/2/12 at 10:48am
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I can't afford that only the regular 2500 and that crap Biostar MoBo.
no way i can afford that, the intel system maxes my current budget.
What is your budget? For this budget do you only need the CPU, motherboard, and RAM?
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I feel like you will be better served with a nicer motherboard and maybe more RAM combined with an i3. Particularly since Ivy will be coming out soon, and there is no doubt that the Sandy i5's will drop in price on the Overclocked.net sales forums.

Something like this will work just fine, particularly since you don't have much for a graphics card right now:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115077

It's extremely hard to recommend AMD right now. Bulldozer really did not offer what it should have, and even the price/performance isn't there.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SectorNine50 View Post

If you give us your budget, it'll be easier to help.
EDIT:
That said, even without the ability to overclock, the 2500 will kill that FX6 in games.

$300 maximum
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ben the OCer View Post

What is your budget? For this budget do you only need the CPU, motherboard, and RAM?

$300 maximum
Quote:
Originally Posted by SectorNine50 View Post

I feel like you will be better served with a nicer motherboard and maybe more RAM combined with an i3. Particularly since Ivy will be coming out soon, and there is no doubt that the Sandy i5's will drop in price on the Overclocked.net sales forums.
Something like this will work just fine, particularly since you don't have much for a graphics card right now:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115077
It's extremely hard to recommend AMD right now. Bulldozer really did not offer what it should have, and even the price/performance isn't there.

no dual core for me thanks. I'd rather have a nice CPU and a crap MoBO than a nice MoBo and a paperweight of a CPU dual cores are useless IMO other than holding down work papers.
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Originally Posted by SectorNine50 View Post

I feel like you will be better served with a nicer motherboard and maybe more RAM combined with an i3. Particularly since Ivy will be coming out soon, and there is no doubt that the Sandy i5's will drop in price on the Overclocked.net sales forums.
Something like this will work just fine, particularly since you don't have much for a graphics card right now:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115077
It's extremely hard to recommend AMD right now. Bulldozer really did not offer what it should have, and even the price/performance isn't there.
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$300 maximum
$300 maximum
no dual core for me thanks. I'd rather have a nice CPU and a crap MoBO than a nice MoBo and a paperweight of a CPU dual cores are useless IMO other than holding down work papers.
A dual-core i3 Sandy Bridge is actually a much better chip than you would think. It even outperforms some quad-core chips thanks to it great IPC and hyperthreading (the i5 desktop chips don't have hyperthreading). It can really hold its own in gaming (see i3 2100 below):
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I agree with SectorNine50 that I'd rather see you get a good motherboard and i3, rather than a cheap motherboard and locked i5. These are not your only two options. You could go with used parts or save up more so you can get a new i5 2500K and P67/Z68 Mobo (Ivy Bridge might even be out at that time so if in budget you could go that route). Here is what I came up with for the cheapest i5 2500K, Z68 Mobo, and 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM:

i5 2500K + Gigabyte GA-Z68AP-D3 Mobo: $294.99 after MIR
G.SKILL Ripjaws X 8GB DDR3-1600 Kit: $46.99
Total: $341.98 (after $20 MIR on Mobo)

I couldn't find a good deal on RAM so if you could find say a better $30 deal on quality RAM you would only need $25 more bucks ($45 up front before the rebate).
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$300 maximum
$300 maximum
no dual core for me thanks. I'd rather have a nice CPU and a crap MoBO than a nice MoBo and a paperweight of a CPU dual cores are useless IMO other than holding down work papers.

Yes...A crap motherboard sounds like a good idea.
Especially when everything else in the system plugs into it...rolleyes.gif

The i3-2300k beats Quad core Phenom chips last time I checked, and wrecks in gaming in general.
The idea that a Dual core chip is bad for gaming is seriously challenged by the SB i3 chips.

EDIT:
Im an idiot
i3 2100 NOT 2300k

Thats what I get for turning my brain off for a moment.
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Yes...A crap motherboard sounds like a good idea.
Especially when everything else in the system plugs into it...rolleyes.gif
The i3-2300k beats Quad core Phenom chips last time I checked, and wrecks in gaming in general.
The idea that a Dual core chip is bad for gaming is seriously challenged by the SB i3 chips.
Did you mean i3 2100. I'm not aware of an i3 2300K. There is an i5 2300 2.8Ghz quad-core without hyperthreading but that can't be what you meant since your talking about a dual-core. The only unlocked K chips from Intel that I know of are the i5 2500K, i7 2600K, and i7 2700K.
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I would get the i5 2400, it's $20 less than the 2500. And check this mobo out:
http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=P8P67LE-BO-R&cat=MBB

That mobo + i5 2400 + $45 8gb ram kit = $298

Or just get a used 2500k, they usually go for around $180 on here.
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A dual-core i3 Sandy Bridge is actually a much better chip than you would think. It even outperforms some quad-core chips thanks to it great IPC and hyperthreading (the i5 desktop chips don't have hyperthreading). It can really hold its own in gaming (see i3 2100 below):
Averages.png
Source
I agree with SectorNine50 that I'd rather see you get a good motherboard and i3, rather than a cheap motherboard and locked i5. These are not your only two options. You could go with used parts or save up more so you can get a new i5 2500K and P67/Z68 Mobo (Ivy Bridge might even be out at that time so if in budget you could go that route). Here is what I came up with for the cheapest i5 2500K, Z68 Mobo, and 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM:
i5 2500K + Gigabyte GA-Z68AP-D3 Mobo: $294.99 after MIR
G.SKILL Ripjaws X 8GB DDR3-1600 Kit: $46.99
Total: $341.98 (after $20 MIR on Mobo)
I couldn't find a good deal on RAM so if you could find say a better $30 deal on quality RAM you would only need $25 more bucks ($45 up front before the rebate).

That's 45 i don't have and i do not want the 2500K i went through this in another thread please people stop telling me to get it i don't plan to overclock EVER!

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Yes...A crap motherboard sounds like a good idea.
Especially when everything else in the system plugs into it...rolleyes.gif
The i3-2300k beats Quad core Phenom chips last time I checked, and wrecks in gaming in general.
The idea that a Dual core chip is bad for gaming is seriously challenged by the SB i3 chips.

no offense but benchmarks are useless because intel cheats and tom is very bias IMO. but what you mentioned is good suggestion for someone else but not for me.
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Did you mean i3 2100. I'm not aware of an i3 2300K. There is an i5 2300 2.8Ghz quad-core without hyperthreading but that can't be what you meant since your talking about a dual-core. The only unlocked K chips from Intel that I know of are the i5 2500K, I7 2600K, and I7 2700K.

Oh man.
My bad.
I feel like a toolbag now.
doh.gif

i3 2100
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That's 45 i don't have and i do not want the 2500K i went through this in another thread please people stop telling me to get it i don't plan to overclock EVER!
no offense but benchmarks are useless because intel cheats and tom is very bias IMO. but what you mentioned is good suggestion for someone else but not for me.

I wasn't talking about benches.
I was talking about real gaming performance.
If you cant afford both a good quad and a Good motherboard, the 2100 is the way to go.
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