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It depends on the 3d modelling. If your doing photorealisitc renders/something of a very high quality, or something that includes particles or phyiscs, then you will realise a massive difference, or if you render out an animation.

http://blenderartists.org/forum/show....php?p=1769297 - An example of a high quality artwork were you would see an advantage. If a 2500k can render in 10 minutes, the 2600K could do it in around 6.4 Minutes on average. If you went to animation, 6.4 weeks is a massive improvement over 10 weeks.
Ahh, well I just plan on doing it for fun. I honestly wont spend another $100 for now. Thanks all of you!
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