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post #11 of 50
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i would go for ssd
Let's say I went for SSD. I'd still have around $275 left over. Wat do
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post #12 of 50
I would go for it. Toys are fun and a 2600K seems like more fun than an ipod

And I have an i7 rig. It simply the fun of having a new toy and it is pwning out there ATM

Just got my new case ..... PC-AO5N ...... it's preety smexy ....
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post #13 of 50
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Let's say I went for SSD. I'd still have around $275 left over. Wat do
that i would save for ivy bridge....

i have both i7-930 and i5-2500k

All i see are minimal differences. I think the i7-930 is still quicker. better off saving for ivy-bridge.
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post #14 of 50
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that i would save for ivy bridge....

i have both i7-930 and i5-2500k

All i see are minimal differences. I think the i7-930 is still quicker. better off saving for ivy-bridge.
Ivy bridge is still 1155 yeah?

If it is then I'd get a high end board and a 2500K
    
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post #15 of 50
I vote for the itouch.... Unless u really need to upgrade the pc, you will get more enjoyment from the itouch... And will have some money left over to save towards and upgrade a few months from now...
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post #16 of 50
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post #17 of 50
I say keep it!

the i5 750 is one of the best value processors out there. It also has awesome all around performance in gaming and trades licks with the i7's.

I loved my 750 processor and only sold it because I made alot of profit off it in a rig I sold.
    
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post #18 of 50
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Ivy bridge is still 1155 yeah?

If it is then I'd get a high end board and a 2500K

No, it's LGA 2011.
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post #19 of 50
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No, it's LGA 2011.
Out of everything I've read, everything's been telling me that it'll be 1155.
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post #20 of 50
i would save your money or buy the ipod if you have to...your cpu now is good enough and doesnt warrant purchase of new mobo and cpu IMO
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