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TRUE!!! I need to consider this part. Now that you mentioned this, his big gaming experience is World of Warcraft and I believe he will not see any big improvements at this time. he is using the GTX550Ti and it's not bad at all. I have a feeling that we will wait a bit longer to see how the IB's pan out.
As for me... Waiting on Piledriver. Already have an investment made in my rig. if that fails to increase performance dramatically, then I may switch over to SB/SB-E.

well WoW, especially during 25man raid and so on is very dependant on IPC. the game isnt particulary graphically intensive, and i wouldnt be suprised if his gtx 550 isnt limiting it on high/ultra settings.
youd have to ask him if he has any performance issues at all tongue.gif
waiting till more reviews are out air/water and average overclockability and temps is probably a good idea, since the results are so spread out from what ive seen so far.
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Ok... Now before you all go off shouting "Yo AMD fanboy... get the frag outta here!", I have legitimate questions for you all. See, my son runs an Intel rig loaded with the ASRock Z68 PRO3 GEN3 mobo paired to the i5-2400 Sandy Bridge. He is thinking about upgrading and is starting to itch in overclocking (I knew I'd bring him to the dark side!) it. He had been mentioning to me about upgrading to the 2600K. I told him to hold off until IB came out.

In seeing Eggy88's comparison numbers (thanks btw... + rep to you!) I am now wondering about something that I need you guys to comment on for me. Would it really be worth it to move up to the IB at this point? Seems like the overall performance increase between the 2600K and the 3750 is in the 4% range and I can't help but wonder if a gaming non-OC'er (like my son) would really notice the performance increase in that low of a percentage. Oh, btw... his rig is cooled by the CM 212+.

Thanks for your thoughts on the matter and my apologies if I am posting in the wrong place... but this is where the comparison numbers I am looking at are.


I am running about the same rig as he except I am using an extreme3 gen3 board. I would personally wait for Haswell. At the moment even at stock with a i5 2400 I am not seeing any true need or bottlenecks going on with current gen games to make me want to switch. IVY is only yielding a 2%-10% performance increase ATM. I personally would say no. Ok your 2400 cant overclock except for a 400mhz boost but the 2400 is still a killer chip for what it is.

 

Overclocking is always going to prove better performance of course but even at stock the 2400 still rocks any game I throw at it


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I'd like to point out that i5s have 6MB cache, while i7s have 8MB, so it's not quite a direct comparison. The actual improvement is going to be larger than ~4%.
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I'd like to point out that i5s have 6MB cache, while i7s have 8MB, so it's not quite a direct comparison. The actual improvement is going to be larger than ~4%.

Yes i know this, and this was pointed out a couple of posts ago, i have a couple of 3770K's on the way ETA Wednesday so i'll do some runs then and see how they perform with and without HT.
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Yes i know this, and this was pointed out a couple of posts ago, i have a couple of 3770K's on the way ETA Wednesday so i'll do some runs then and see how they perform with and without HT.

Mine has an ETA of Thursday. Bastard wink.gif
post #196 of 690
You guys are crazy all buying these chips on ebay and from asia and europe. thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

Can't wait to see the new benches. And temps honestly.
    
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I don't get all the hype about ivy bridge when sandy bridge is still a good chip

Example my 2500k @ 4.7ghz cinebench score 7.56. I could hit 5ghz but I hate taking the voltage above 1.395 and 60c since i plan on keeping my rig for a few years.

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Well even if there is hype for the ivy bridge we all know that prices will be cut for sandy and they will be even better bang for the buck!!!
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hit 4.9 just now, not entirely stable(need 0.1-0.2V extra i think) but a 8.04 pnt cinebench smile.gif
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hit 4.9 just now, not entirely stable(need 0.1-0.2V extra i think) but a 8.04 pnt cinebench smile.gif
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Nice Punceh! were those temps the highest with cinebench or did you run p95 too?
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