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Originally Posted by strych9 View Post

On a non-k 2500, you can just raise the base-clock to 105~107 (stock: 100) so it isn't worth it, imo.
Thanks. I was just curious, I won't overclock it.
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post

P67 boards will support Ivy Bridge too though.....
And if you're getting the i5 2500, at least get the K model so you have the option to overclock if you wanted. We're talking 4.0-4.2GHz on the STOCK cooler here. wink.gif
I already ordered the non-k model and it will be here tomorrow so.. maybe if I'm not satisfied with the SSD or something else, I will replace that + the CPU for the k model at my local supplier. We will know that tomorrow.
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