Originally Posted by errorlulz
what i do and how much i make from it is at the moment bottlenecked by my hardware and seems like best route profit and comfortability wise is getting the upgrade now and possibly from the profit i make get an haswell-e 8core set up couple of months after it comes out
If you use the system to work, make money, I'd skip socket 1150 and look at Haswell-E.
If you want to hop to Haswell-E in the mean time I'd suggest picking up a super cheap Sandy 2600k.
The problem with moving out of LGA 775 is you need to include a memory upgrade, which isn't cheap. Haswell-E is to use DDR4 so then you are looking at two full upgrades.
Straight upgrade to Haswell-e for productivity would be the single largest upgrade path to take, and probably the most economical if you can swing it.
Otherwise if you just need a stop gap I'd get a Sandy 2600k and memory that will work. Sandy is still an excellent performer, and a good deal faster than a Q6600. Just my thoughts.