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I have i5 2500K + i5 2400, at this rate, I guess I am set to no CPU upgrade for the next decade lol

talk about Desktop market sales is shrinking, looks like Intel slacking has some hand in it.
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Keep in mind that it isnt as easy to boost CPU performance as compared to a GPU where you can just slap on more streaming processors.
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Curious if these CPUs are a new stepping or just same old stuff that has matured over time in terms of leakage.
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where 8 core 16 threads
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The i5 4960 looks promising for gamers. I would look into this chip set.
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where 8 core 16 threads

X99 that's where biggrin.gif
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I dont see any 8 core cpus on the list? Or are they releasing them next month?
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yay for no K, can get fast VT-d capable CPUs
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