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This is still going? Hasn't it been concluded that Sandybridge is fastest core for core?
By all the sane people, yes. But some people are still bickering.
    
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This is still going? Hasn't it been concluded that Sandybridge is fastest core for core?
Yeah it's seems to be. I already showed the 2600k beating my 950 and my 980x. 1366 owners are still HATING.
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Useless thread. Seriously i2500k and i2600k owners, how are you gonna compare a i9X0 at 5ghz.

That's like comparing two cars to see which one is faster, but your car can go 200mph while the other car can only go 180mph.

Bring down the speed so you can get some bites on this thread.
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No, that doesn't make any sense.

It's like comparing which car goes faster, but one goes 200 and one goes 180, making the faster car go slower isn't in the best interest of finding out which is faster.
    
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Hasn't it already been established that Unlocked SB processors are better than Quad Core 1366 processors? Not by a HUGE margin or anything, but for the mere fact that you can go past 4.2 on air quite easily, where as most i7-9xx processors need WC to go past 4.2, that fact alone makes them better for single & SLI set ups. ( Not tri-sli of course )

16x 16x VS 8x 8x makes no difference.

Plus, even clock for clock SB is slightly faster too, that has already been established.

For existing 1366 users, the upgrade hassle isn't worth it for the minimal performance gains, but for anyone on 775 or Quad Core AMD setups for example, it is definitely worth it, as the gains will be noticeable.

It's not a shocker that new tech is better than 2 year old tech ( it better be! ) in real world performance there's nothing i7-9xx processors can't handle, even if SB is faster, that doesn't mean your existing computer no longer functions or something.

I think the people who are whining are too dependent on their epeen status, and if it's really that important for you to have the fastest available tech, there are some 1366 users who have sold their CPU/MOBO/RAM for SB rigs, and some have reported that there's not a big difference price wise for switching. Of course, you need to find someone to buy your parts, and you have to be willing to take a loss for what you originally paid ( just stating the obvious ).

To me, it ain't worth the hassle, but for others, it may be.

Personally, I would be disappointed if SB was slower than the 1st Gen i7's. I can't wait to see what the 6-8 core IB processors will perform like, because THAT will be a worthwhile upgrade for 1366 users.

If we had any sort of confirmation that 6-8 core processors would be compatible on 1155, than SB would be worth upgrading to now, but at the moment, everything points to the fact that 6-8 core IB processors will only be available on the 2011 platform and not on 1155, so if you're a 1366 user you're better off waiting for 6-8 core processors for a REAL upgrade where you will actually notice the gains.
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No, that doesn't make any sense.

It's like comparing which car goes faster, but one goes 200 and one goes 180, making the faster car go slower isn't in the best interest of finding out which is faster.
So in essence this is nothing more than a gloat thread.

If you REALLY want to be productive and is legitimate about this thread, than use a 4ghz base clock.

But really, You don't need to start a thread like this every week to show off your i2500K. It's well known that i2X00K is faster clock per clock than an i7 9X0 already on nearly all benches.
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Why?

My chip doesn't share the 4GHz limitation that most i7 9x0 chips do.

Why not make it 3.8GHz since most non D0 chips can't even do 4GHz?

It doesn't seem so well known, tbh.

I'm not really showing anything off, my i5 isn't a great clocker, I've seen people hitting higher clocks than what I can - nothing for me to brag about here - pretty average imo.
    
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Why?

My chip doesn't share the 4GHz limitation that most i7 9x0 chips do.

Why not make it 3.8GHz since most non D0 chips can't even do 4GHz?
And there it is, the real reason you started the thread.

We get it, i7-9xx can't go past 4.2 on air like SB can.

We do remember the platform you are coming from Mr. (former) AMD troll, and we told you NUMEROUS times that i7-9xx was BETTER than AMD's offerings, now you're experiencing the reasons why, just be happy, and quit trolling 9xx users.

You fall into the same category of people who are so dependent on their epeen status, that you need to tell everyone that your chip is faster now.

Before you upgraded to SB I do remember you saying something along the lines of....

"If I get SB, then I can troll the 9xx users"
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SO, are we going to settle anything in the debate this time?

I want an upgrade to be noticeable and meaningful. 1366 to Sandy Bridge is not enough, especially since I plan on getting an AMD system when BD comes out, so from a geek perspective I will have enough on my plate for a loooong time once the Bulldozer architechure is out.

Then we will know Intel's next move, and if the 6-cores have gone down in price and I am running one of those in my 1366 (which I will) I will see if the 1366 is in fact abandoned as a socket, and Ivy Bridge will be out so the enthusiasts will have some more red meat from Intel.

I think Intel's Sandy Bridge is just an opening move, AMD's response has to be better than a Sandy Bridge CPU or it's AMD fail.

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And there it is, the real reason you started the thread.

We get it, i7-9xx can't go past 4.2 on air like SB can.

We do remember the platform you are coming from Mr. (former) AMD troll, and we told you NUMEROUS times that i7-9xx was BETTER than AMD's offerings, now you're experiencing the reasons why, just be happy, and quit trolling 9xx users.
That's simply not true, stop hating.

The 1090T is still faster than the i7-950 in many multi-threaded apps and is priced much better without the need to upgrade to DDR3. It still has it's perks.

I don't lie, so if speaking the truth is trolling count me guilty. It's amazing how speaking the truth gets you called names like fanboy and troll around here. The AMD people say the same thing now that you're saying and were saying back then.

I never even made any claims, put your results up - that is what this is about. Do 4.4Ghz with HT off and show us how little the difference really is.


This forum is about hardware, benchmarks, and overclocking. If you feel you need to tuck your epeen away and create a fruit bowl over someone trying to get some legitimate results posted then go ahead.
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