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So i'm getting a 570 soon (hopefully the phantom when it comes out:)). Was going to upgrade to a 1090t shortly after.

Would a 2500k (or something similar) run the card any better than the x6, and if so - what sort of performance increase would i see?

Is Sandy-Bridge 4 cores going to demolish Phenom 6 cores?
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Originally Posted by lyster;11783424 
So i'm getting a 570 soon (hopefully the phantom when it comes out:)). Was going to upgrade to a 1090t shortly after.

Would a 2500k (or something similar) run the card any better than the x6, and if so - what sort of performance increase would i see?

Is Sandy-Bridge 4 cores going to demolish Phenom 6 cores?

Current Core i5/7 are better then X6 so Sandy is sure it be better. Not demolish but better.
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Sandy Bridge is going to be faster than the AMD X6 and i7's. You will see a boost in CPU limited games with Sandy Bridge.

I don't know how Sandy Bridge compares against AMD's new Bulldozer CPU's that are going to come out.
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I'd say a 15-20% increase in performance, not to mention the possibilities of 4+ Ghz overclocks.

Edit: As for Bulldozer...that is what many are wondering.
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Bulldozer desktop chips are like city legends. Everybody keep talking about them, saying how awesome they are but none saw a benchmark, cpu-z screen or oc attempt of anykind...

Bulldozer could be the biggest gimmick of the history. I can almost see AMD posting a video on youtube: "Here's Bulldozer" and there'll be Rick Astley in the video, singing smile.gif you know ther rest...
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But is Bulldozer going to be AM3 compatible?
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post #7 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by lyster;11783424 
So i'm getting a 570 soon (hopefully the phantom when it comes out:)). Was going to upgrade to a 1090t shortly after.

Would a 2500k (or something similar) run the card any better than the x6, and if so - what sort of performance increase would i see?

Is Sandy-Bridge 4 cores going to demolish Phenom 6 cores?
Dude, current Lynnfield processors > Phenom II X6.

Waiting for SB is the right move though.
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Originally Posted by lyster;11783556 
But is Bulldozer going to be AM3 compatible?
No. It requires a new socket afaik. My gut tells me Sandy Bridge will be faster than Bulldozer. I will be pleasantly surprised if AMD gets the performance crown again though.
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Problem is thought is that we have Bulldozer, LGA2011, and Ivy Bridge coming out too.

Really don't want to jump onto the first bandwagon that comes along if i'm only going to regret it.
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I would wait for Ivy Bridge, +1 for smaller die size.
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