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i think i should go i5 2500k, i saw many review and many benchmark campare....

But you're gaming on a Radeon HD 6870. The processor you have isn't holding you back in games.
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Didn't you have this thread before but talking about the mobo instead................. Just spend the tad bit of money get a new motherboard and OC the crap out of it. Everyone else pointed this out. Its cheaper to buy the motherboard then to spend 3 to 4 times the cash to change everything when all of its decent besides the board. Save the extra money buy a new board use the same cpu and OC it to 4.0ish and be very happy with it.
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But you're gaming on a Radeon HD 6870. The processor you have isn't holding you back in games.

^this. oc your gpu and you'll see better fps. here is my 6870 with the thuban at just 4GHz. . . .

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/2454753
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post #34 of 35
The OP can't OC the board to 4.0 that's the problem of him saying he wants another chip. The chip ram gpu are just fine its just the board cant take anymore then 3.6 or 3.7 he said in another post. By changing the mother board he can remove the bottle neck in his system.
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started a new thread have good advice on this....
here is a link...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1308938/amd-fx-8150-or-i5-2500k-3540k-for-gaming-which-should-i-go-for
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