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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
  • 36% (206)
    1366
  • 63% (365)
    1155
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post #351 of 457
Unless Intel makes a i7 990 non extreme edition lol.
post #352 of 457
Whatever motherboard that has room for two 3 slot GPUs with room for a PCI card gets my vote.
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post #353 of 457
Why would you guys spend so much money on a Extreme Edition CPU, one component that give you Extreme diminish return.
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post #354 of 457
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shogon View Post
Unless Intel makes a i7 990 non extreme edition lol.
Lolz
post #355 of 457
There is a difference of 211 between the two.
post #356 of 457
SB is only a worthy upgrade from C2Q or older. The differences between 1st and 2nd gen is power consumption, heat, and a few performance tweaks here and there. Nothing worth forking over $400 (2600k + a super cheap mobo) just to upgrade from 1366 to 1155.
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post #357 of 457
Instead of making a new thread i decided to ask here. I currently stream live gameplay footage of ssf4: ae and mvc3 from my 360 to my amd x4 640 comp and im planning on upgrading it in hopes of increasing the quality of the stream. Would a i7 920 or 2600k be better for what im looking to do?
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post #358 of 457
not worth it.. don't do it.. 5 fps up or down doesn't matter
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post #359 of 457
Quote:
Originally Posted by SkullTrail View Post
SB is only a worthy upgrade from C2Q or older. The differences between 1st and 2nd gen is power consumption, heat, and a few performance tweaks here and there. Nothing worth forking over $400 (2600k + a super cheap mobo) just to upgrade from 1366 to 1155.
Side grade you mean.
You lose some and get some.
SkullTrail as in Intel SkullTrail?
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post #360 of 457
The i5 2500k and i7 2600k is faster than the i7 980x in games and some other stuff. The 980x is better with editing and heavy multitasking i guess. The i7 980x is an amazing CPU tho!
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