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Just to make sure we're on the same page, the i5 2500k destroys the 1090t in pretty much every benchmark known to man.

The SB set-up is definitely and most clearly the best bang for the buck.
1090t is definitely faster in Video Transcoding H.264 and 3D rendering.
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Well, I'm comparing GTX 470 SLI on PHII (Thuban and Deneb) vs my Yorkfield at 3.9-4GHz. Even though I have 800MHz DDR2, a PHII X6 platform is no upgrade for me while an i7 920 or i5 2500k gets more juice out of those 470s. The NBs were OC'ed to 2.9GHz in most cases along with a ~4GHz overclock.

This is my score:

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2889108

And comparable PHII X6 1090T scores:

http://media.photobucket.com/image/4...nch800core.jpg

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2809527

i7 2600k SB @ 3.5GHz:

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2875507

Surely I wouldn't get an AM3 system right now. My 3 year old quad and 4 year old motherboard + RAM equal those in multi GPU performance.
Ah, SLI? That's why, I was meaning single GPU performance.

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1090t is definitely faster in Video Transcoding H.264 and 3D rendering.
Unless the SB is at 5Ghz and the Thuban is at, say, 4.5Ghz? (You'd need a damn good chip to do that)
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This is likely to disappoint a lot of consumers that so far have been hoping for an upgrade solution for their LGA 1366 systems, but it seems like that is less likely now, unless you have US$999 (or more) to blow on a CPU.
Does anyone really have a valid reason to upgrade from 1366? I haven't encountered any myself, but I'm just gaming and working in Photoshop, and not doing 100% intensive loads like some graphic tasks demand. Even still, I still don't see any reason to move, just like I don't see any reason for Windows 8 right now.
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Not too worried. I'm happy with my Sandy Bridge stuff now. And I'll be honest, by the time the 155 replacement comes I'll be ready for upgrade again. I did the ultra high-end upgrade thing for a couple years and it drained too much money, and, I never really did anything that utilized all of that power.
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Not too worried. I'm happy with my Sandy Bridge stuff now. And I'll be honest, by the time the 155 replacement comes I'll be ready for upgrade again. I did the ultra high-end upgrade thing for a couple years and it drained too much money, and, I never really did anything that utilized all of that power.
So let me go ahead and compare prices of the ultra high system of yesterday i7 1366 and your system today i7 2600k


i7 920 release price ~280$
i7 2600k ~320$
good x58 board ~250-280$
Gigabyte P67-UD7 ~315-325$
2x3gb back when 1366 was released was around ~85-125$ depending on the kit
8GB Corsair Vengeance ~130-140$

With tally ending up around

i7 920=~615-685$ (lower to higher end)
i7 2600k=765-785$

I fail to see the differences in release price between the two. Unless you got something like an dual xeon board with dual 1366 equivalent chips, which i don't believe were available on release day..

TL;DR right now you are on ultra high end lol you have the fastest and most expensive stuff on the market as of now. I don't think that qualifies as mainstream.
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post #106 of 121
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Yes... and 3-500mhz is the overclock you'd get out of a 970, which would add up to your 4ghz number, do you not agree? Last I checked 3.5ghz + 500mhz = 4ghz.

You're looking at a 15% overclock on the PhII, comparing it to the already-at-stock superior i5.. and the i5 is getting a *40%* overclock.. and you think it's going to be very equal?

Let's see. Faster, + 40% is = to slower + 15% ? Explain that please.

So you don't really have any proof, eh? Just assumptions?

Edit: what phenoms have I seen? Many, like your's and a lot of others here on the forums, my cousin's, and a friend of mine, and they ALL top out around 3.8-4.0ghz. Yes, a few gems are faster but that could be said the for Lynnfield as well.

Please. proof already, and stop trying to pick apart my statements. Ad hominem isn't winning the argument any quicker for you.
4Ghz is the minimum most C3 Phenom IIs get, most recent ones get 4.2Ghz easily and some get 4.5Ghz, that's hardly 500Mhz, it's like me saying the max OC for a Core i7 920 is 4Ghz due to a few users only getting that.

My Phenom II is a C2 Phenom II, they max out at 4Ghz for the best chips, the C3 and Thuban ones kill the C2s in OCing, mine used to top out at 3.7 but now it tops out at 3.4 due to slight damage in a PSU explosion.

4.6 on a phenom II under water.
4Ghz on a Phenom II pre-release, that's a good example of a high clocking C2 one

And remember, due to Intels 45nm not being able to take much voltage, a lot of AMD OCers tend to not go as high as they could (1.55v), google 4.2Ghz Phenom II and you see heaps of users doing it, on a decent C3 or a average Thuban, you can get 4.2 on air, on a damn good C3 or a decent Thuban you can get over 4.4Ghz.

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Does anyone really have a valid reason to upgrade from 1366? I haven't encountered any myself, but I'm just gaming and working in Photoshop, and not doing 100% intensive loads like some graphic tasks demand. Even still, I still don't see any reason to move, just like I don't see any reason for Windows 8 right now.
Half of the people on 1366 would be fine with an Athlon II quad, the other half would be fine with a Core i5 750, minus about 10% who actually need/use more than 4 threads regularly.
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The deluded "gamers" who claim they're waiting for LGA 2011 will probably go for 1155 IB if not SB. 1155 may be classified as a mainstream socket but the problem is that some think their little gaming exploits (or little e-peen) require an "enthusiast" class socket with quad channel memory and a host of other features that are too big for their head.
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^this.

I'm still getting it though. I don't even really play games though.
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STOP THIS GARBAGE INTEL VS AMD TALK!!!!
phenom 2 = last gen
sb = current
ITS NOT FAIR GOML
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The deluded "gamers" who claim they're waiting for LGA 2011 will probably go for 1155 IB if not SB. 1155 may be classified as a mainstream socket but the problem is that some think their little gaming exploits (or little e-peen) require an "enthusiast" class socket with quad channel memory and a host of other features that are too big for their head.
I think all the people that are "boycotting" 1155 because it cant do 16x multi-GPU configurations are funny to listen to though... since they try so hard to justify that as a legitimate reason for not upgrading, while everyone knows that the performance difference between x8 and x16 is minuscule.
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