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No. Stay away from BD chips. Their single core performance is worse than Phenom2's, and most people wont classify them as true 4 core chips either.
If you are on a budget, i3-2100 is the best bang for the buck chip on the market.. You can't just say "oh, it's a dual core". It's a sandy bridge based dual core. It's an EXCELLENT chip.

Yeah, well, I will go quad core. I don't like to use a dual core in these times wink.gif It's much better, and for lack of a better word "future proof".

I'll stay away from BD chips. I knew they were bad, but, you know, could've been a good one smile.gif

So it'll be either an i5-2500k or a Phenom II X4...

Is a 1155 socket mobo or an AM3+ more future-proof? I think you know the answer is 1155.

+1 to white. i3-2100 at least = Phenom II x4 & you can upgrade the i3-2100 since you gotta 1155 socket mobo.
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I have a laptop Dual core i5 2150 or what ever in my Sony, my Res is 1600x900 and I have a 6630m Video card... runs great ... At med settings ..... So that being said any Desktop CPU with a good video card will do you more then fine, I know that to be true. My desktop is so over kill for D3 smile.gif
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Is a 1155 socket mobo or an AM3+ more future-proof? I think you know the answer is 1155.
+1 to white. i3-2100 at least = Phenom II x4 & you can upgrade the i3-2100 since you gotta 1155 socket mobo.

I know that the i5-2500k is vastly superior to a Phenom II X4. That being said, I simply just don't like putting a dual core in a desktop anymore. Especially with more and more games needing quad cores at recommended specifications. And for multi-tasking, I'd rather get a PII X4 than a i3-2100 because of the extra cores.
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I have a laptop Dual core i5 2150 or what ever in my Sony, my Res is 1600x900 and I have a 6630m Video card... runs great ... At med settings ..... So that being said any Desktop CPU with a good video card will do you more then fine, I know that to be true. My desktop is so over kill for D3 smile.gif

Thanks for your reply. So if your laptop can play it well at medium settings, I think almost any quad core CPU would do smile.gif
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Were talking High settings in High def, makes a big difference. I was running 1900x1200 at the time of testing.
 
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I know that the i5-2500k is vastly superior to a Phenom II X4. That being said, I simply just don't like putting a dual core in a desktop anymore. Especially with more and more games needing quad cores at recommended specifications. And for multi-tasking, I'd rather get a PII X4 than a i3-2100 because of the extra cores.
Thanks for your reply. So if your laptop can play it well at medium settings, I think almost any quad core CPU would do smile.gif
You can't judge CPUs on number of cores. It's why Bulldozer is generally considered a failure. Saying "I don't like putting a dual core in a desktop anymore" is an ignorant statement - unless you have a particular attachment to knowing that your CPU has "4 cores". In real world performance, as well as benchmarks, it means absolutely nothing.
i3-2100 beats phenom x4 in many categories, including what you may call "multi-tasking".

You're asking what's the best build for the budget - 2100 is. If you'd rather have AMD than Intel, that's a fine reason, but "more cores" is not a good reason.
    
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Were talking High settings in High def, makes a big difference. I was running 1900x1200 at the time of testing.

Well, if an i3-2100 is better than a Phenom II X4, then it wouldn't be a problem to run it at 1920x1080 smile.gif
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You can't judge CPUs on number of cores. It's why Bulldozer is generally considered a failure. Saying "I don't like putting a dual core in a desktop anymore" is an ignorant statement - unless you have a particular attachment to knowing that your CPU has "4 cores". In real world performance, as well as benchmarks, it means absolutely nothing.
i3-2100 beats phenom x4 in many categories, including what you may call "multi-tasking".
You're asking what's the best build for the budget - 2100 is. If you'd rather have AMD than Intel, that's a fine reason, but "more cores" is not a good reason.

Okay, I've given it some thought, and I really listened to what you said. I made som research, and I must admit that the i3-2100 is a little wolf in sheep's clothing. It's truly an amazing little chip!

So as of now, the system I've put together looks like this (I CANNOT MAKE IT ANY CHEAPER):

Case: Aerocool Strike-X ONE Advanced (might be a discount case, but for the price it offers some amazing features!)
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3
CPU: Intel Core i3-2120 3.3 Ghz.
CPU-cooler: Stock for now (overclocking probably won't come into question, but he can always buy a cooler, if he decides to upgrade)
RAM: 8 Gb. Avexir Standard Series DDR3 1600 Mhz. CL9 (Avexir is a pretty good brand)
GPU: VTX3D Radeon HD 6870 1 Gb.
SSD: Crucial m4 128 Gb. (OS, Office, Antivirus, League Of Legends and Diablo III, and maybe two more games - an external HDD will be bought for data)
ODD: Sony Optiarc DVD burner
PSU: Silverstone Strider Essentials 400W

Extra:
1x BitFenix Spectre 120mm Black fan
1x BitFenix Spectre 120mm Red LED fan
1x Silverstone dust filter


What do you think of it? Runs up to €665,8 ($866,54) smile.gif
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Another +1 for the i3-2100. It'll perform much better than the X4 in many tasks, plus you can upgrade later on to another CPU on the 1155 socket.

Keep in mind the i3-2100 also has 4 threads. It's no slouch. & The build you have up there ^ looks pretty legit. thumb.gif
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Another +1 for the i3-2100. It'll perform much better than the X4 in many tasks, plus you can upgrade later on to another CPU on the 1155 socket.
Keep in mind the i3-2100 also has 4 threads. It's no slouch. & The build you have up there ^ looks pretty legit. thumb.gif

Thanks! I get so happy, when people here approve of my build! smile.gif

Anyway, the budget was roughly $875, so pushing it to $866 was kind of maximizing the total output, right? tongue.gif The price/performance ratio here is, I believe, is really great!
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Thanks! I get so happy, when people here approve of my build! smile.gif
Anyway, the budget was roughly $875, so pushing it to $866 was kind of maximizing the total output, right? tongue.gif The price/performance ratio here is, I believe, is really great!

Yeah, he won't need anything more than the stock cooler either. It will keep that dual core in check easily at stock specs. thumb.gif I don't really see anything that you can really swap besides the RAM, but I'm not sure if you have that Samsung 30nm RAM over in Denmark for cheap or not. If you do I'd probably get some of that instead. It's basically 2133MHz CAS10 at the cost of CAS9 1600MHz.
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Yeah, he won't need anything more than the stock cooler either. It will keep that dual core in check easily at stock specs. thumb.gif I don't really see anything that you can really swap besides the RAM, but I'm not sure if you have that Samsung 30nm RAM over in Denmark for cheap or not. If you do I'd probably get some of that instead. It's basically 2133MHz CAS10 at the cost of CAS9 1600MHz.

Naah, too bad. Sounds like awesome RAM though! But they don't have them anywhere I looked frown.gif It's too bad, really...
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