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so wait a minute? most of you guys have 3770k, 4770k, 4930k, 3930k and u are willing to upgrade just for the sake of upgrade? lol doh.gif

i can agree someone upgrade from 2500k, 3570k.... but any one with a i7 shouldnt be looking at this as a upgrade, this is just an update to what we already have.

New technology is new technology. If i dont spend it my other half will
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I wonder when it'll be worth replacing my 2500k Sandy Bridge.

Considering how the difference between a 2500k @ 4.5 and a 4670K @ 4.5 is maybe 10-15% added performance, I would say to just stick with the Sandy chip.

The 2760QM I have in the laptop is fast enough to keep up with any game out there at the moment.
     
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so wait a minute? most of you guys have 3770k, 4770k, 4930k, 3930k and u are willing to upgrade just for the sake of upgrade? lol doh.gif

i can agree someone upgrade from 2500k, 3570k.... but any one with a i7 shouldnt be looking at this as a upgrade, this is just an update to what we already have.
I'm already looking for the Skylake. I won't waste my time on a Broadwell. Most people here upgrade every generation so they can test and pass on that information they gather. Expensive hobby thou. thumb.gif

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Considering how the difference between a 2500k @ 4.5 and a 4670K @ 4.5 is maybe 10-15% added performance, I would say to just stick with the Sandy chip.

The 2760QM I have in the laptop is fast enough to keep up with any game out there at the moment.
I would advice against this ^. Between 2500 and 3770 is a huge increase. If you're running Sandy atm I would look into Broadwell or Haswell.
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Most people here upgrade every generation so they can test and pass on that information they gather. Expensive hobby thou.

Not really when you account for selling your old hardware into it

4770K - 250
Z87 Extreme 4 - 100

Total : 350.00

5770K : 299.99 - MC
Z97 Extreme4 - 139.99 - 40 dollar MC deal

Total : 399.98

49 dollars to upgrade to the newest and greatest is perfectly fine with me
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Don't forget buying 10+ 5770ks to get a good bin then selling the others as used tongue.gif
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post #126 of 141
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Not really when you account for selling your old hardware into it

4770K - 250
Z87 Extreme 4 - 100

Total : 350.00

5770K : 299.99 - MC
Z97 Extreme4 - 139.99 - 40 dollar MC deal

Total : 399.98

49 dollars to upgrade to the newest and greatest is perfectly fine with me

This is exactly how I move around to different hardware so quickly.

I still would love to see an i3 K unlocked cpu. However, this probably wouldn't sell well compared to a year or two ago.

This refresh seems silly to me (reminds me of the 2550k) and broadwell only has me interested in its irisPRO. I will build one just to see what games it can play compared to an APU.
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Originally Posted by Stay Puft View Post

Not really when you account for selling your old hardware into it

4770K - 250
Z87 Extreme 4 - 100

Total : 350.00

5770K : 299.99 - MC
Z97 Extreme4 - 139.99 - 40 dollar MC deal

Total : 399.98

49 dollars to upgrade to the newest and greatest is perfectly fine with me
So that's the trick?!!!! doh.gif
post #128 of 141
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Originally Posted by TG_bigboss View Post

So this means i should wait to upgrade from 1090T to 4770K? I hate buying something only to find two months later the newest one comes out. Always happens to me with every product i buy lol!

I upgraded from a 1100t @ 4ghz to a 4770k a month after it came out, it is worth the cost to me. everything seems so much better. i can run 3 vms at once instead of one now. Id say don't wait
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post #129 of 141
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I upgraded from a 1100t @ 4ghz to a 4770k a month after it came out, it is worth the cost to me. everything seems so much better. i can run 3 vms at once instead of one now. Id say don't wait

Normal people don't run VMs... So that's not the best example.
post #130 of 141
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Normal people don't run VMs... So that's not the best example.

I ran 4 VMs on an i3 530 and 4GB of RAM for TF2 idling.
I've ran TF2 and another TF2 inside a VM on a netbook.

Looking back it's surprising how little resources XP and TF2 used.
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