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the only thing i hate is every year new tech comes out lol. I remember 2008 i had a dual core, than 2009 quad cores came out but i was still stuck on dual core, then in 2010 6 cores came out and then in 2011 i finally switched to 6 cores
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Neither.

Get a Phenom II X4 or Core i3 and $50 board and then buy a $300 vid card. None of this stuff you nerds are arguing about even matters unless you are doing video editing, rendering, etc or comparing your e-peenus and e-vagina. Buying top of the line tech for games is just stupid.

I am Swedish.
This. processing power is so amazingly fast that we've past the threshold for NEED. we are not in the 90s where things are slow. there is no need to be at the very top of the line anymore, staying one generation behind is more than enough. ANY quadcore from intel or amd can do 99% of us just fine. people who argue care too much about their ego and processing power that they will never fully utilize.
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This. processing power is so amazingly fast that we've past the threshold for NEED. we are not in the 90s where things are slow. there is no need to be at the very top of the line anymore, staying one generation behind is more than enough. ANY quadcore from intel or amd can do 99% of us just fine. people who argue care too much about their ego and processing power that they will never fully utilize.
This, a thousand times over. The same can be said about those who though know a single graphics card of a model they just bought (say, a GeForce 580) can do everything they want and do it really well, yet, they buy two..
Problem is, they're still playing the same console ports (unfortunately).
    
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basically,
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If you think that sandy bridge at stock is broken check it out at 5ghz on air cooling O___O its super broken!
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the only thing i hate is every year new tech comes out lol. I remember 2008 i had a dual core, than 2009 quad cores came out but i was still stuck on dual core, then in 2010 6 cores came out and then in 2011 i finally switched to 6 cores
Didn't the first desktop quad-cores come out 2007? It was like the 4-core vs 6-core debate we have right now, though. You got a quad if you use apps that need them. Otherwise, you stick to high-clocked dual. At least if overclocking, the Thubans actually tend to oc the same or better than Deneb so the price is pretty much the only determining factor (at least when it comes to Deneb vs Thuban).

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This. processing power is so amazingly fast that we've past the threshold for NEED. we are not in the 90s where things are slow. there is no need to be at the very top of the line anymore, staying one generation behind is more than enough. ANY quadcore from intel or amd can do 99% of us just fine. people who argue care too much about their ego and processing power that they will never fully utilize.
Exactly, at least for PC gaming and mainstream computing. I play console games on the PC and unfortunately, since PS2 emulation isn't perfect yet and efforts to utilize more than 2 threads haven't panned out, I reckon there are games that even a 5 GHz Sandy Bridge won't run full speed - at least not without speedhacks. For example, without VU Cycle Stealing, I only get 30 FPS on Shadow of the Colossus on a Core i5-760 @ 3.2GHz. Scaling is pretty linear so basically a 6+ GHz Lynnfield or 5.5+ GHz Sandy Bridge is required to get full speed.
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Lucky for us cpu's don't scale by MHz only.

And being able to clock to 5GHz doesn't hurt, sb at least.
    
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Didn't the first desktop quad-cores come out 2007? It was like the 4-core vs 6-core debate we have right now, though. You got a quad if you use apps that need them. Otherwise, you stick to high-clocked dual. At least if overclocking, the Thubans actually tend to oc the same or better than Deneb so the price is pretty much the only determining factor (at least when it comes to Deneb vs Thuban).


Exactly, at least for PC gaming and mainstream computing. I play console games on the PC and unfortunately, since PS2 emulation isn't perfect yet and efforts to utilize more than 2 threads haven't panned out, I reckon there are games that even a 5 GHz Sandy Bridge won't run full speed - at least not without speedhacks. For example, without VU Cycle Stealing, I only get 30 FPS on Shadow of the Colossus on a Core i5-760 @ 3.2GHz. Scaling is pretty linear so basically a 6+ GHz Lynnfield or 5.5+ GHz Sandy Bridge is required to get full speed.
im not sure about my years but i was just illustrating that once you buy a processor a year later it has an even newer version of it
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Think of them like cars...

If you trade them in sooner it costs you more than it would if you waited for a few years, but you always have the latest stuff if you trade it in year after year.
    
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