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"matter most" is your own opinion. Not everyone needs mutli-threaded performance, and even if they do, 4 faster cores will still be faster than 4 slower cores. Now you can go back to sleep
multithreaded benchmarks will prove the superiority of 4 fast cores vs 4 slow cores etc. I believe you actually need to wake up, you are drooling all over yourself.
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Originally Posted by Jean-Luc View Post
Sandy Bridge will be cheaper and faster by a good 30% clock for clock :

Core I5 2500K - 239.99
Gigabyte P67 UD4 - 172.67
http://www.provantage.com/gigabyte-t...4~7GIGB096.htm

Total : 412.66

1090T : 229.99
ROG CIV 890FX : 209.99

Combo Price : 424.00

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboD...t=Combo.564876
You're comparing a UD4 with a ChIV. The ChIV is the top-end AMD motherboard, kind of like a UD7. The 1090T platform would be cheaper with an equivalent motherboard.
However, I'll go with what the others say and suggest Sandy Bridge. Something newer ought to be better anyway, and Bulldozer is quite far on the horizon.
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Even you say? Notice the X4 at 3.5Ghz and the 750 at 2.66? Both 20 frames ahead at 1920X1200
What video card is used in that comparision? This must be a GTX 480/570/580 or multiple card setup to illustrate such CPU Bottleneck!
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My first is looking to get a new computer within a month, he wants to know if he should build a 1090T rig right now, or wait a few weeks for i5 2500k?
Unless he has the need for the extra cores, Sandy Bridge would be the way to go IMO.

Even the i5 750/760 are significantly faster than those X6's Phenom CPUs (and if everything we've heard/read is correct, Sandy Bridge processors will be 10 to 15 percent faster clock for clock vs Lynnfield).

Can't wait to get my hands on a 2500K.
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You're comparing a UD4 with a ChIV. The ChIV is the top-end AMD motherboard, kind of like a UD7. The 1090T platform would be cheaper with an equivalent motherboard.
However, I'll go with what the others say and suggest Sandy Bridge. Something newer ought to be better anyway, and Bulldozer is quite far on the horizon.
From RumorPedia.net
We got some details that AMD is set to announce a preliminary launch date during the upcoming Financial Analysts Day.
You mean the exact date?
No, however, instead of telling us H1 2011, it will now be narrowed to quarters. Therefore, it’s either Q1 or Q2 of 2011.
What is more interesting is this:
We’ve heard that AMD is actually planning to launch AMD Bulldozer in the early or mid Q1 of 2011, that means: late January/February.
How accurate this information is? First bit comes from our own insiders (99% accurate), while second one is not.
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Gaming only.. and thats all; have you see for example an video editing/encoding machine?!?! those are not a "couple of seconds" the difference can be abysmal.. i saw it in person i7 and x6; it literally make a day of difference in delivery time for the customer
A Phenom II x6 shines in video encoding... A Phenom II x6 pretty much destroys a Core i7 while encoding. I guess you saw a 5Ghz Core i7 vs a Stock Phenom II 1090t?

Edit: A Core i7 will always be better than a Phenom II at gaming because the architecture is better. Clock for clock a Core i7 will always be faster.
Edited by WannaBeOCer - 12/17/10 at 8:38pm
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A Phenom II x6 shines in video encoding... A Phenom II x6 pretty much destroys a Core i7 while encoding. I guess you saw a 5Ghz Core i7 vs a Stock Phenom II 1090t?

Edit: A Core i7 will always be better than a Phenom II at gaming because the architecture is better. Clock for clock a Core i7 will always be faster.
you have no idea what you talking about kid... I SAW/SEE it every time im a witness every single day; there is no comparison !!! BTW, im talking Premiero Pro CS5 wich use HT; the difference in time is there and it could be MASSIVE at the end of any work !!

so, if you want to " " go ahead and keep dreaming about things and then "feel" they are real
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A Phenom II x6 shines in video encoding... A Phenom II x6 pretty much destroys a Core i7 while encoding. I guess you saw a 5Ghz Core i7 vs a Stock Phenom II 1090t?

Edit: A Core i7 will always be better than a Phenom II at gaming because the architecture is better. Clock for clock a Core i7 will always be faster.
So I guess Anandtech is making things up,

i7 950 vs 1090T

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/100?vs=146

Adobe CS4 (Lower is better)
950: 15.3
1090T:18.6

DivX 6.8.5 (Lower is better)
950: 33.7
1090T: 37

x264 HD 2nd Pass (Higher is better)
950: 83
1090T: 86

x264 HD 2nd Pass (Higher is better)
950: 30.4
1090T: 28.5

Windows Media Encoder 9 x64 (Lower is better)
950: 26
1090T: 28

Sony Vegas Pro (Lower is better)
950: 186.8
1090T: 200.3

Out of all the video encoding benches, 1090T, with a 200MHz clock speed advantage, it wins 1. So where is this destroying you're talking about?
 
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I will have to say that comparing single threaded performance in a benchmark that is fully capable of taking advantage of the entire package is rather stupid.
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mobo for Sandybridge doesn't have much to do with OC except power delivery, in that case any Gigabyte board is good enough for over more than a 2500K can deliver.

it is very very well known that the Core i7s beat out AMDs offerings.
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