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I got a question since i'm a bit confused about Cepheus' graph.. I'm gona buy my first pc assembly and I was wondering what CPU is better in overall performance (if some1 knows):
i7 950 or i7 2600K?? I was happy of my final decision on i7 950 but with Sandybridge's arrival, i'm not sure what to do now.. What if Sandy wasn't that great after all?
You and i have spoke in pm about gpus.. And Sandy bridge VS Ivy bridge
    
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Who here can't wait for Sandy Bridge? I know that Intel wants to release their next gen. chips at CES, but it would be really nice if they released in time for the holiday season, oh well.

I so can't wait to start off the new year with a new rig with a brand new CPU and chipset!
What? Sandy Bridge is freely available here, I could order one now, it would be here wednesday.

But in answer to your question, yeah, i can wait.
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post #23 of 35
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You and i have spoke in pm about gpus.. And Sandy bridge VS Ivy bridge
That was b4 I saw cepheus's graph, lol

The i7-950 and i7-2600K are both side to side thus meaning a price/performance rivalry. I just wanna get assured on that point..

You totally convinced me, in the pming, on i7-900 dominance (direct 10x vs 11x for instance) so for sure im gona stick with it =P
post #24 of 35
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What? Sandy Bridge is freely available here, I could order one now, it would be here wednesday.

But in answer to your question, yeah, i can wait.
where is it available??

Link? thanks!
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That was b4 I saw cepheus's graph, lol

The i7-950 and i7-2600K are both side to side thus meaning a price/performance rivalry. I just wanna get assured on that point..

You totally convinced me, in the pming, on i7-900 dominance (direct 10x vs 11x for instance) so for sure im gona stick with it =P
what about getting 4.5ghz+ on the 2600k will it be side by side then?

do you plan on overclocking?
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no and yes it seems the 2600K can OC like no tomorrow from leaks all of them are at 5.2ghz. BUT BLCk cannot be increased so you aren't OCing the whole system just the CPu who who knows how good that is.
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I'm excited to see the end of threads like this.
This. But this is OCN there is always someone raving about the next baby step in performance. I guess it's the reason we all come here.
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This. But this is OCN there is always someone raving about the next baby step in performance. I guess it's the reason we all come here.
Exactly! if it were not for threads like this then ocn would be full of people talking about how world dominating there 775 system is and that upgrading would be such a waste of time as they already had nuclear fusion power.

Personally it's why i come here and also why ocn has to be one of, if not the best oc forums there is, after all it is an (overclocking forum) and all about that (extra performance) Some people could always go and post on mums.net if they see it as a waste of time
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post #29 of 35
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This. But this is OCN there is always someone raving about the next baby step in performance. I guess it's the reason we all come here.
I agree. I would be more excited if I could afford to upgrade right now.
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This. But this is OCN there is always someone raving about the next baby step in performance. I guess it's the reason we all come here.
lol so true, things get blown out of proportion around here
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