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post #21 of 26
http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/c...ridge_review/1

oc3d has their up too
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Benchmark Reviews has some, too
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That's cool. Feel free to delete this thread after you have obtained all the links
I'm not a moderator for this section, so I can't. This is fine, though.
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Thanks for that, and it turns out those 2500K and 2600K cpu's can hit 4.4ghz on default air cooling.
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/t...-2100-tested/3
    
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Yay!


I wonder what all those 1366 fanboy naysayers will say now that they were all proven wrong about Sandy Bridge.
I'll say I paid $250 for my i7 970 so im not upgrading
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"Sandy Bridge all but puts the final nail in X58's coffin. Unless you're running a lot of heavily threaded applications, I would recommend a Core i7-2600K over even a Core i7-980X. While six cores are nice, you're better off pocketing the difference in cost and enjoying nearly the same performance across the board (if not better in many cases). "

best quote from anandtech.
unless you got in on the intel retail edge deal...then you'd spend less for a i7 970 or even the i7 960 compared to sandy bridge
post #26 of 26
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Yay!


I wonder what all those 1366 fanboy naysayers will say now that they were all proven wrong about Sandy Bridge.
I paid 199.99 USD for my Core i7 950 two weeks ago, so I won't be upgrading for a while afterall its my first PC / Hackintosh I'm not bummed I got a killer Deal my whole build cost about 815 USD (755 USD with rebates) and it runs everything maxed out with no dips in performance and I havent OCed yet, I'm happy with 1366. Now when 2011 comes out thats when I will start to cry.

Sandybridge is still amazing though
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