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I7 system without a doubt... much cheaper and easier to get ram changed if need be and the extra four threads will help in BF4 way more than extra bandwidth
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perhaps an 8gig with 2x4gigs but that would be weird unless its and HP but if its HP then its probably an 8gig a 4gig and 2x2gig smile.gif

 

I'm confused. Did you mean "unless it's an HP"?

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Bah - I forgot to mention that the i5 is Sandry Bridge, but i7 is Ivy Bridge, which makes it even a more difficult choice... As far as why - the i7 memory controller got screwed up after it fell on a solid stone and won't accept anything but single channel. ATM I can't afford anything but I do have an i5 2500K Sandry Bridge laying around... I know I could just test it out, but that would require heavy lifting and my crippled existence is not up for that unless nobody knows for sure...
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Bah - I forgot to mention that the i5 is Sandry Bridge, but i7 is Ivy Bridge, which makes it even a more difficult choice... As far as why - the i7 memory controller got screwed up after it fell on a solid stone and won't accept anything but single channel. ATM I can't afford anything but I do have an i5 2500K Sandry Bridge laying around... I know I could just test it out, but that would require heavy lifting and my crippled existence is not up for that unless nobody knows for sure...

 

Wait, the i7 is a damaged CPU? Then go with the i5. The difference between Sandy and Ivy isn't big enough to justify it.

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I'm confused. Did you mean "unless it's an HP"?

yes smile.gif
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Bah - I forgot to mention that the i5 is Sandry Bridge, but i7 is Ivy Bridge, which makes it even a more difficult choice... As far as why - the i7 memory controller got screwed up after it fell on a solid stone and won't accept anything but single channel. ATM I can't afford anything but I do have an i5 2500K Sandry Bridge laying around... I know I could just test it out, but that would require heavy lifting and my crippled existence is not up for that unless nobody knows for sure...
Ahhh... Not gunna ask why it fell on a solid stone (as opposed to a liquid stone?) but I'm going to say that the I7 would still be faster. Granted, who knows what else broke when you dropped it. But lets just say that only the memory controller was broken, then the I7 would be faster. Running in dual channel will only add like 5-9 FPS. Dropping down to a lower clocked Sandy would make you like probably like 12. By lower clocked, I meant that for a Sandy bridge clock to equal an Ivy bridge clock, you would need to add roughly 0.3GHz to the Sandy's clock to equal whatever the Ivy's clock is.

What exactly did you drop? The chip or the motherboard? Or both?
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yes smile.gif

 

Oh, ok. I see now. Whew. I thought that I was having a short circuit in my brain or something.

 

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Ahhh... Not gunna ask why it fell on a solid stone (as opposed to a liquid stone?) but I'm going to say that the I7 would still be faster. Granted, who knows what else broke when you dropped it. But lets just say that only the memory controller was broken, then the I7 would be faster. Running in dual channel will only add like 5-9 FPS. Dropping down to a lower clocked Sandy would make you like probably like 12. By lower clocked, I meant that for a Sandy bridge clock to equal an Ivy bridge clock, you would need to add roughly 0.3GHz to the Sandy's clock to equal whatever the Ivy's clock is.

What exactly did you drop? The chip or the motherboard? Or both?

 

A liquid stone? Geez. What are we gonna do with you man? :) You're right though: it is a little bit amusing that he specified "solid". hehe

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There was a cushion on the stone but I missed... So it fell on the solid stone.

So far no consensus on which one is faster but the i7 is Prime95 24hr stable with single channel...
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There was a cushion on the stone but I missed... So it fell on the solid stone.

So far no consensus on which one is faster but the i7 is Prime95 24hr stable with single channel...
Well since its stable, the I7 will be faster all day. That 2500K would have to be clocked at, roughly 4.9+ GHz to keep up with your 3770k. The ram thing, like I said, you might lose like 4-8FPS, but you will lose more in certain games because of the CPU change.
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