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If you go with a 2500K, someone just put one up in the marketplace...

http://www.overclock.net/main-components/946226-2500k-used-2-weeks-200-00-a.html
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i want to thank you all guys for you kind replys
but still my main questions (in blue) are unanswered

what is the max recommended clock speed for (24/7) / 5-6 years use ?,

and is the performance going to be really significant on solo-core intensive applications between the 760 and 2500k (NO GAMES) ?

how powerful is the integrated graphics system , in comparison to GTX460 ?

and will the 8mb cach cover the back of the 760 over the 6mb cach in 2500k ?

and is the cooler a good choice or not ?

thanks smile.gif
post #13 of 23
i would wait, till intel fixes the issues with the sata controller on the new 1155 boards
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post #14 of 23
Your max stable clock is going to depend on the specific chip you end up with. 4.5ish?
Performance w/ the 2500k is supperior per core, and I don't think the cache difference will matter.
The zalman cooler you selected is quite good
The integrated graphics is great for integrated, but in no way even compares to a 460.
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post #15 of 23
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ok , and what about the RAM (OCZ Platinum Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 1333 CL7 Kit )
they are 1.65v , should i keep it or get one with 1.5v for the SandyBridge ?
post #16 of 23
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sorry , But still need more answers ...
sooo ...

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post #17 of 23
Ocz is the one company you don't want to buy ram from.A simple kit of g skill 1600mhz. will be fine unless you're into tweaking your ram.
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post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by Dr.GM;12466823 
i want to thank you all guys for you kind replys
but still my main questions (in blue) are unanswered

what is the max recommended clock speed for (24/7) / 5-6 years use ?,

and is the performance going to be really significant on solo-core intensive applications between the 760 and 2500k (NO GAMES) ?

how powerful is the integrated graphics system , in comparison to GTX460 ?

and will the 8mb cach cover the back of the 760 over the 6mb cach in 2500k ?

and is the cooler a good choice or not ?

thanks smile.gif

No one really knows the lifespan for each overclock, and honestly, has almost unlimited variables and variations based on system setup, voltages, etc.

And on solo core stuff, you'll definitely notice a difference thanks to the higher oc'ing potential of the 2500K. All around it's a better chip worth the time and small investment. Not only that, but Ivy Bridge (22nm die shrink + improved performance again) will have 1155 chips that you'll be able to drop into your Sandy Bridge mobo hardware -- this is a rare thing for Intel.

A GTX 460 is > than integrated. /of story. No comparison.

Cache won't matter.

Your selected cooler will do.
Edited by thecyb0rg - 2/21/11 at 2:52pm
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post #19 of 23
i5-2500k no doubt.

The B3 stepping P67 boards are already being shipped according to many places so you will see them for sale pretty soon. And these are new mobos, not refurbished B2 boards.

Even then, the only problem was a SATA2 decay over time that would actually affect like 1% of the boards out there. Even then, the affected boards still had 2 intel SATA3 ports.
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Originally Posted by Dr.GM;12466996 
ok , and what about the RAM (OCZ Platinum Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 1333 CL7 Kit )
they are 1.65v , should i keep it or get one with 1.5v for the SandyBridge ?

Get yourself some 1600mhz ram it's the true sweet spot of memory performance for around the same price if not alittle bit more than 1333mhz ram.

I would stick to 1.45 -1.65v ram to be on the safe side for the length of time you plan on keeping the system, Link here for example

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-047-GS
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