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I am sorry to be a thread bunner but most i7 2600Ks don't oc past 4.8ghz, some golden ones do.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;11788470 
I am sorry to be a thread bunner but most i7 2600Ks don't oc past 4.8ghz, some golden ones do.

That would be funny. Cause that would make us 1366 guys that can get 5ghz faster on the cpu side.. Cause 1366 is going to kick SB ass in multi gpu.biggrin.gif 4x 4x 4x bandwidth Eww....
1366 can do 8x8x8x wink.gif
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well yes it should, but SB is just a mainstream product not the enthusiast part. SB has one PCI-E advantage and that is that it has 8lanes of 5GT/s instead of 16 2.5GT/S, so it woudl be very interesting to try to test it out, but in the end its the same.

I have yet to see how SLI will perform but I feel like it shouldn't be that much worse than X58. Either way I have both systems, and I will do a very in depth analysis and not try to make one look better than the other. yes I really am falling in love wtih my P67 system, but I still really like my X58 System.Plus I didn't spend money on the P67, so i am not obligated to like anything.

Anyways I await the day I can post results, i really don't get it, CPU-Z still wont show me legit voltage, **** CPU-Z. Easytune does and it seems to be extremely accurate
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;11788582 
well yes it should, but SB is just a mainstream product not the enthusiast part. SB has one PCI-E advantage and that is that it has 8lanes of 5GT/s instead of 16 2.5GT/S, so it woudl be very interesting to try to test it out, but in the end its the same.

I have yet to see how SLI will perform but I feel like it shouldn't be that much worse than X58. Either way I have both systems, and I will do a very in depth analysis and not try to make one look better than the other. yes I really am falling in love wtih my P67 system, but I still really like my X58 System.Plus I didn't spend money on the P67, so i am not obligated to like anything.

Anyways I await the day I can post results, i really don't get it, CPU-Z still wont show me legit voltage, **** CPU-Z. Easytune does and it seems to be extremely accurate

Thanks for Keeping it real! We have experienced too many threads of people cutting down each other's systems. High performance systems can be built on Socket's AM3, 775, 1156, 1155, and 1366! This is the reality my friends.

Mine is better then your's is 4th grade behavior!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Electroneng;11790901 
Thanks for Keeping it real! We have experienced too many threads of people cutting down each other's systems. High performance systems can be built on Socket's AM3, 775, 1156, 1155, and 1366! This is the reality my friends.

Mine is better then your's is 4th grade behavior!

Let's be fair elect. AM3 is nothing but Fail biggrin.gif

BTW - Sin get back to me on your overclocks. I want to compare.
    
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This reminds me on how people went nuts when they heard that the 980x can do 4.5ghz on air without problems, got reviews doing that on retail chips and so on.
And after people started buying them like nuts, they realized that 4.5 is a very over the top optemistic thinking.

Also, going from 4.7ghz at 1.38v to 5ghz at 1.52v, thats is very odd.
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Originally Posted by drBlahMan;11783256 
wth.gif...NO...up to 16gb only.

Do your research first.

Asus up to 32GB of RAM http://www.kitguru.net/components/motherboard/carl/asus-p8p67-sneak-peak-photo-gallery/

MSI up to 32GB of RAM http://www.tcmagazine.com/tcm/news/hardware/33996/msi-p67-motherboard-offering-support-32gb-ram

ASRock up to 32GB of RAM http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157217

Sin did a preview of the Gigabyte which only goes up to 16GB frown.gif From everything I read and have seen I do like the Gigabyte boards and have yet to do a full comparison.

I see everyone talking and going back and forth between 1366 and SB. I am one of those many out there that do not have a 1366 and was strongly considering either direction. It looks to be the best bang for the buck will be SB. The full OC stats of both the 15-2500k and the i7-2600k are unknown. I am seeing alot of speculation on both. Jean-Luc the last screen shots you posted were for an i5-2500k @ 5Ghz on Air. I would assume the i7-2600k would perform better, but that is a complete assumption.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;11788582 
well yes it should, but SB is just a mainstream product not the enthusiast part. SB has one PCI-E advantage and that is that it has 8lanes of 5GT/s instead of 16 2.5GT/S, so it woudl be very interesting to try to test it out, but in the end its the same.

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Anyways I await the day I can post results, i really don't get it, CPU-Z still wont show me legit voltage, **** CPU-Z. Easytune does and it seems to be extremely accurate

Impatiently awaiting this comparison.
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as far as I have heard, and I did ask about the ram on the Gigabyte board, well i havn't had a responce yet becuase its Christmas and out of office until the 29th. Giga is. So i will get my responce, i think maybe they printed it wrong, or its a BIOS thing. Anyways Everyone has been shiowing off SB IMC, don't be fooled either.

Just wait till release, I doubt anyone will buy 32gb of ram, as youw oudl need 8GB sticks, and gl ocing.

As far as top OC goes, everyone can hit the numbers that are talked about, but one a few can hit high numbers and no furthur. These chips are very very very very touchy, I have two from the same batch and they act very different.
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