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post #11 of 54
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Originally Posted by nseaton1 View Post
You can likely get 5 GHz on air with a good quality cooler.

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No.

All the screen shots I've seen required ~1.6V to get 5gHz with Sandy. That much voltage is likely a short-term death sentence for a CPU. Sure you can do it on air. But that is not a long term OC.
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post #12 of 54
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Originally Posted by jackbrennan2008 View Post
No contest - i7-2600K

The PCI-E lanes won't matter and the performance difference between x16-x16 and x8-x8 are minimal. The i7-2600K demolishes every other 4 core CPU on the market right now and even gives the 980X gulftown a run for its money as well.

Additionally it even has new instrcutions build in just for video rendering which makes it an even better buy.

Read
And all those tests were done at stock clocks...and surprise surprise. A CPU clocked 15% faster will be faster by ~15% orso.

The only test that SB really "demolishes" anything on are Cinebench and some of the media encoding.
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post #13 of 54
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And all those tests were done at stock clocks...and surprise surprise. A CPU clocked 15% faster will be faster by ~15% orso.

The only test that SB really "demolishes" anything on are Cinebench.
Your dearly misguided.

On every review i have read the 2600K is pretty much on top of any benchmark. And you think this is due to a few 100Mhz?
post #14 of 54
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Originally Posted by Iching View Post
hihi, the resale value of 1366 went down the drain.

"The main reason I want to go for 1366 is PCI-E " what for? it will not make any difference.
bulldozer will make 1155's resale value go down the drain . I say go 1366 because if you buy smart from the ocn market place like I did, you can get an i7 rig for under 1k. 1155 is replacing 1156, NOT 1366!!
post #15 of 54
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bulldozer will make 1155's resale value go down the drain . I say go 1366 because if you buy smart from the ocn market place like I did, you can get an i7 rig for under 1k. 1155 is replacing 1156, NOT 1366!!
I know what it is replacing... I am sorry but SB makes 1366 which it was not to supposed to replace basically obsolete in terms of price/performance/power consumption/overclocking ratio. Some people would spend $50 upwards on a cooler for 1366, now you can use a stock one and get a great overclock and psend this money on the motherboard.
Edited by Iching - 1/3/11 at 3:49pm
post #16 of 54
I'm getting a chip that can beat the 980x (clock for clock) in many of the games I play for $216, end of story.
    
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post #17 of 54
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Your dearly misguided.

On every review i have read the 2600K is pretty much on top of any benchmark. And you think this is due to a few 100Mhz?
For example: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...ridge-review/8

Scroll down to Handbrake results. That shows the 2600k running at almost 500 mhz faster than the 980x but identical performance.

For most everyday apps im sure the 2600k with its clock speed being higher will win. The thing that the 2600k has going for it is its overclockability. It seems to be very overclockable.

Until applications can take advantage of 12 threads like the 980x or 970 offers then im not sure how beneficial right now a 980x is over a SB.

Does anyone know of any apps that can utilize all 6 core/12 threads?

EDIT: it appears the game Supreme commander takes advantage of 12 threads. Itd be nice to see what a 2600k/980x do with same speeds set.
Edited by slaney30 - 1/3/11 at 3:53pm
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post #18 of 54
bit-tech reviews show cpu throttling imo.




Core for core clock for clock, superior, in every way.
    
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post #19 of 54
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For example: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...ridge-review/8

Scroll down to Handbrake results. That shows the 2600k running at almost 500 mhz faster than the 980x but identical performance.

For most everyday apps im sure the 2600k with its clock speed being higher will win. The thing that the 2600k has going for it is its overclockability. It seems to be very overclockable.

Until applications can take advantage of 12 threads like the 980x or 970 offers then im not sure how beneficial right now a 980x is over a SB.

Does anyone know of any apps that can utilize all 6 core/12 threads?

EDIT: it appears the game Supreme commander takes advantage of 12 threads. Itd be nice to see what a 2600k/980x do with same speeds set.
There is no question that in heavily threaded apps the 980x will be a monster, but come on, how many people drop $999 on a CPU. The simple fact that the 980x used to smash everything and that the 2600K gives it a run for it's money just makes the processor an easy choice over, say, a i7-950. The 2600K is easily the best quad core on the market!

After all, the question was 1366 or 1155? I will take a safe presumption that the OP is not going to buy a 980X.
Edited by jackbrennan2008 - 1/3/11 at 4:01pm
post #20 of 54
LGA 1055 FTW..

Make sure that it`s a "K" model as well..

That 2600K looks mighty fine in reviews..

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