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post #11 of 14
+1 to go a sandy bridge build and save your money mate. The problem is with computing is that if you procrastinate waiting for the latest and greatest you'll never upgrade because it's always changing. Go with what is going to do the job for you. Even if you went a 2600k for the hyperthreading, I think you'd be sweet. thumb.gif
post #12 of 14
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i was going with a ivy bridge cpu, i was just wondering witch would be the best for gaming a i5 3570k?
post #13 of 14
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hey when you seed (but two graphics cards will run x16/x16 unlike Ivy Bridge at x8/x8) does that mean a graphics card will have better performance in a x16/16x then in a x8/x8? i only planning on running one gpu at first then maby two 680's in the future, but i changed my mind about my rig for being for games and video editing now its only going to be about games. so what you where saying is like a gtx 680 will run faster in a 2011 motherboard than in a z77?, what does that x16/x16 and x8/x8 mean, im kinda confused. i was just going to get a i5 3570k with a z77 board?
post #14 of 14
Hello im new interesting forum, im also in the mission of build a new rig, i think it would be 3570k + gtx 680.
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