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Hell no!

Yeah you definitely won't. You'll be golden with that kind of setup!
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You didn't understand me lol. I meant hell NO YOU WOULD HAVE NO PROBLEMS....


Ive been from AMD to INTEL and back. NVIDIA for 2 many years and now back to AMD/ATI.

Look at my sig. I have no issues with my system at all. You will be good to go! thumb.gif

cool thank you i really like the gigabyte ud5 i think
and the 8550fx

was also looking at i5 and a as rock extreme 7

it will be one or the other as soon as my tax come back
i will post what i bout and the benchmarks



i think though with the new bill i will have to wait for the 3rd card so sad:o
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But on a side note OP, I would wait just a few more months to see what Haswell and the 1150 socket brings to the table. You might see the current Intel chips drop in price and that would be a great time to snag one!
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cool thank you i really like the gigabyte ud5 i think
and the 8550fx

was also looking at i5 and a as rock extreme 7

it will be one or the other as soon as my tax come back
i will post what i bout and the benchmarks



i think though with the new bill i will have to wait for the 3rd card so sad:o

With a new system in hand. Your cards should scale and perform beyond your expectations! and beyond your current system my friend,. thumb.gif
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But on a side note OP, I would wait just a few more months to see what Haswell and the 1150 socket brings to the table. You might see the current Intel chips drop in price and that would be a great time to snag one!

that sounds grate when is it supposed to hit?
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With a new system in hand. Your cards should scale and perform beyond your expectations! and beyond your current system my friend,. thumb.gif

thanks now i cant wait to get it all i just bout my son a gigabyte board, fx 6 core, and a couple of 7850's
hes loving life with ddr3, gen 3 board, gen 3 cards and pop has to wait:mad:
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But on a side note OP, I would wait just a few more months to see what Haswell and the 1150 socket brings to the table. You might see the current Intel chips drop in price and that would be a great time to snag one!

just read this about the haswell not good really

The latest news release, courtesy of Fudzilla, has the first Haswell part coming out in June and it's a 2GHz Core i7 running at 35W TDP, the Core i7-4765T. Now the prevailing wisdom is that Haswell will see instructions per clock improve by at most 15%, but more likely 10%, itself a solid achievement - you are free to disagree - given that CPU speed was not Intel's over-arching design goal here; power management and graphics performance were. The 4765T will be married to the GT2 (not GT3) HD4600 GPU which can turbo up to 1.2GHz. Okay, sounds good right? But so what?

There's an Ivy Bridge SKU now that runs at 2.2GHz and 35W TDP with the HD4000, the 3632QM. So, in effect the IPC increase is offset by the lower speed at the same thermal envelope. It doesn't matter that one is a notebook product (3632QM) and one is a desktop product (4765T). 35W TDP is 35W TDP. This is a real red flag to me and these engineering sample benchmarks support this, which show even worse performance than this theoretic comparison. So, the CPU side of Haswell may not be anything to write home about.

think it mite bring down the ivy bridge cpus though would like to get a i7k
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thanks now i cant wait to get it all i just bout my son a gigabyte board, fx 6 core, and a couple of 7850's
hes loving life with ddr3, gen 3 board, gen 3 cards and pop has to wait:mad:

Pop will get a beastly rig when Haswell comes out! I'm not sure the exact date, but I think rumors have said around June.
But if that's the case, you'll be able to get the new Nvidia Titan series GPU's as well.
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Prices wont go down. Look at intels history, when 2011 came out 1366 didn't drop at all. When 1155 came out 1156 didn't drop at all. When IVY came out Sandy didn't drop. You may catch a stock clearance sale if your lucky but there are no guarantees on that. As for bottlenecks with an 8350 in a dual card setup I don't think you will see one at all but their current ipc doesn't do as well with 3 or 4 way setups. Intel still dominates that segment of the market. A 2500k or 3570k system is the way to go if your looking at 3 or 4 way sli/xfire. I wouldn't use more than 2 cards if your serious about gaming as very few games utilize 3way and even fewer 4way. Even just sli or crossfire can be a hassle at times.
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Prices wont go down. Look at intels history, when 2011 came out 1366 didn't drop at all. When 1155 came out 1156 didn't drop at all. When IVY came out Sandy didn't drop. You may catch a stock clearance sale if your lucky but there are no guarantees on that. As for bottlenecks with an 8350 in a dual card setup I don't think you will see one at all but their current ipc doesn't do as well with 3 or 4 way setups. Intel still dominates that segment of the market. A 2500k or 3570k system is the way to go if your looking at 3 or 4 way sli/xfire. I wouldn't use more than 2 cards if your serious about gaming as very few games utilize 3way and even fewer 4way. Even just sli or crossfire can be a hassle at times.

yeh im looking at systems now with lga 1155 cpu's

now about the sli you right about the games not being there now, but the future is coming and games will only get more intense
i use the sli in only a few games but the games that use sli work like a charm , battlefield 3 in sli forget about it i played on a single card
for a long time and nothing is like sli the fps are higher, the graphics are clearer, edges smother no way ide go back to a single card. the
games that don't use sli merely use the other card for physics it doesn't affect my play in those games at all

and the setup im looking at is the as rock extreeme 6, intel lga 1155 core i5 3470, 16gb corsare 1600 ddr3 about 450$ not bad i guess
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