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we already know SB is faster clock for clock
If only you really spoke for everyone as you so clearly think you do.

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IBesides I'm not sure what the point of this thread is, we already know SB is faster clock for clock, it overclocks higher on air, etc, etc. what more is there to say?
I don't think SB gets any faster frame times at 4.20 GHz than I do...clock for clock I think they are pretty much the same. At least for folding.. Most Sandy Bridge guys are running faster than 4.2, since SB can do 4.5 on air.

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I don't think SB gets any faster frame times at 4.20 GHz than I do...clock for clock I think they are pretty much the same. At least for folding.. Most Sandy Bridge guys are running faster than 4.2, since SB can do 4.5 on air.

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There are a few bigadv ppd results here: http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ridge-cpu.html

4.9/5.0 seem to get around 50k ppd.



I found that on the web, since I couldn't get anyone to do it

Does anyone dispute those results as inaccurate?
    
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Okay so which is better for gaming?Actually all 3 of the newest intel sockets will produce an excellent gaming environment,is there some huge fps gain that is noticeable without benchmarks with 1155?
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I'm afraid I'm not the person who can test that.

The only way to really find out is to bench crysis or something with 2-3 high end gpus where there will be a cpu bottleneck even on a i7-9x0.

In theory the new SB chips should push them further resulting in higher gpu usage, and thus higher fps.
    
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Nothing I said in the past wasn't true.

Why are you so mad? Why are you lying, and why are you acting like you know what my intentions were or how I felt about them. Stop putting words and bias self made spins on what I was really trying to say.

I was never pro AMD, I was always pro performance, and clearly I was right to be. The AMD x6 chip performed very well in real gaming benchmarks, however for the price now it's not a very good choice. AMD still holds down the low end market, and Intel still over charges for slight performance increases. You do see what processor I went with right?

Intel still has been sued more times than you clearly know. I've been called a troll since 9x0 people came on the AMD forum and shot down many threads with anti AMD propaganda.
Honestly dude, I have nothing against you, I have helped you before, and discussed things with you. What exactly am I lying about?

I just think it's funny that you want to prove something we already know for a fact, it's already been established that SB > i7-9XX for new rigs, existing 1366 users are better off waiting for IB to upgrade, and we all know the differences by now.

This topic has been discussed immensely on many threads, there are users who have done head to head comparisons of 980x vs 2600k at the same clocks, all the data is out there.

If there are people who still buy a 950, 980x over SB now, then they obviously haven't done that much research, and this thread won't make a difference to them either.

If you hadn't stated that you will troll people about how much better your performance is for less before you got the 2500k, then I wouldn't have said anything.

But you've been acting and doing exactly what you said you were going to do, and that is to troll people about how much better your performance is for less. I have seen you do it to 980x users for example.

If you didn't troll people so hard in the past, then people wouldn't question your motives now.
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Why did you type all that out when what you're saying was already proven wrong a few posts up?

It's clearly not well known (if its even true) that SB chips exceed what is offered on 1366 when it comes to gaming performance. If a $224 chip really is faster than a $1000 chip in gaming then that information needs to be out there and everyone needs to be aware of it so people don't purchase them thinking it was the best option only to found out later it may not have been.
    
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There are a few bigadv ppd results here: http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ridge-cpu.html

4.9/5.0 seem to get around 50k ppd.
We need to see more 6900's, because that's what I mainly get, but the frame times seem to scale about the same. I am usually right around 30 min TPF at 4200 I get in the 29's if Vuze is not runing.

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Why did you type all that out when what you're saying was already proven wrong a few posts up?

It's clearly not well known (if its even true) that SB chips exceed what is offered on 1366 when it comes to gaming performance. If a $224 chip really is faster than a $1000 chip in gaming then that information needs to be out there and everyone needs to be aware of it so people don't purchase them thinking it was the best option only to found out later it may not have been.
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If there are people who still buy a 950, 980x over SB now, then they obviously haven't done that much research, and this thread won't make a difference to them either.
The info is here on OCN, you just have to look for it. Heck, you can find a lot of info from my SB Thread. the 2500k is only slightly faster over 9xx, and thus it isn't worth the upgrade for 1366 users, I don't know how else to say this?

Just because one user bought a 980x over SB recently doesn't mean the information isn't available.

Besides, 980x users do more with their computer then just play games (shocker) some people have a hard time grasping this fact.
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