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Okay, and who the hell would buy a 2500k for performance, and then not even attempt to overclock it?

For what I would be using a 2500k for (mainly PCSX2), a known program for being extremely CPU-hungry mostly on just two threads max, the 2500k would mop the house with most games. The 4770k would get slightly higher max fps due to its increased single-threaded power, but it wouldn't be worth the upgrade cost whatsoever.

I was quoting this from first page mate
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still going very strong with my 2500k, stock

There's a large performance gap between stock sandy bridge and overclocked haswell, single or multi. Just meant to say if somebody doesn't care for that, then of course they won't care for anything but very large developments on the performance front, which i guess is what a lot of people are saying anyway. I just find most of the people running like stock 2500k's.. don't really care for performance in general, or are happy with "ok" levels of performance, such as stock sandy bridge. hf
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Oh, my bad then, lol. I didn't see that post. thumb.gif
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I don't think any of you caught the biggest implication of this article. They mention not knowing when Broadwell-E will be released, but Haswell-E was supposed to come next year. So instead of dragging the HEDT line a generation behind what's available, they seemed to have decided to catch it up.
Don't you see?

HASWELL-E. IS. DEAD.
ALL HAIL BROADWELL-E! biggrin.gif

My best guess is this 'haswell refresh' is actually Intel *****footing around and trying to keep it a secret that it will actually be 14nm Broadwell.

Your swear filter is broken and has the s****horpe problem, by the way.

And it did it again! This is astonishingly stupid, the staff should fix this ASAP before they lose more dignity.
http://bit.ly/dABJNB
http://bit.ly/kB3VE


And I had to bitly it. Just who's responsible for this nonsense anyways?
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I don't think any of you caught the biggest implication of this article. They mention not knowing when Broadwell-E will be released, but Haswell-E was supposed to come next year. So instead of dragging the HEDT line a generation behind what's available, they seemed to have decided to catch it up.
Don't you see?

HASWELL-E. IS. DEAD.
ALL HAIL BROADWELL-E! biggrin.gif

Intel has had no deviation of the predicted path they always follow apart from that 'refresh' thing they have never confirmed. Most of the confusion comes from speculation that Intel never confirms and is often generated by AMD Shills or fans. e.g. this "Broadwell in LGA" news would not be news at all if there was no largely baseless speculation of "no Broadwell in LGA" to begin with, and the funny thing is yesterday someone else started again the cycle of speculating "no LGA".
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Intel has had no deviation of the predicted path they always follow apart from that 'refresh' thing they have never confirmed. Most of the confusion comes from speculation that Intel never confirms and is often generated by AMD Shills or fans. e.g. this "Broadwell in LGA" news would not be news at all if there was no largely baseless speculation of "no Broadwell in LGA" to begin with, and the funny thing is yesterday someone else started again the cycle of speculating "no LGA".

check this

http://www.overclock.net/t/1427742/fudzilla-broadwell-won-t-make-it-to-desktop
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Yeah that's why I said in what you quoted "and the funny thing is yesterday someone else started again the cycle of speculating "no LGA"".
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