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post #1 of 14
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Hi,

I'm at the point I'm looking at upgrading my sig system; for now I want to focus on CPU, MB and RAM.

I'm left in the dust with the new Intel CPU and all the change that's been around in the last 2 years...

I was previously aiming toward an I7 920 CPU that I would OC up to what ever I could.

Now with the new Gen of Processor what should I choose?

I would like suggestion/recommendation for a new MB, CPU (I7 or similar) and RAM (To OC it well).

I could put around 1 to 1.2-3K for the setup.

I'll keep the rest I have on my current system.

I'm waiting your inputs.
    
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post #2 of 14
I would wait for the next gen AMD stuff, or the enthusiast Sandybridge parts from intel. the current sandy bridge has some rather annoying limitation, and AMD is coming out with ome new stuff fairly soon. I would wait at least another few months before doing a major system overhall.
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post #3 of 14
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Right Now I'm more getting to know what my options are...

AMD have the bad tendency to heat up more then Intel so for me it's a annoying issue.

When the New Intel will come out... they'll probably be a a lot pricey too...

Anyway I'm not buying before a month or 2 maybe 3 I'm more gathering information's and suggestions to help me keep a eye for what exactly.

Thank you for input.
    
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I5 2500k cpu. Clocks upto 5ghz+ on air cooling. Any p67 socket 1155 mobo there's plenty to choose from, And 1600mhz ddr3 ram

The best there currently is for gaming and not very expensive
Edited by Chewy - 2/25/11 at 3:54pm
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post #5 of 14
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I5 2500k cpu. Clocks upto 5ghz+ on air cooling. Any p67 socket 1155 mobo there's plenty to choose from, And 1600mhz ddr3 ram

The best there currently is for gaming and not very expensive
What is the setup you use to go that high on Air?
    
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What is the setup you use to go that high on Air?
My signature rig below

To put it simply all you need is what i said. Almost any p67 1155 socket motherboard can do it, you do not need to spend mega bucks, You would have to buy a good cpu cooler like a thermalright silver arrow or noctua nh-d14 for upto 5ghz but 4.5 ghz is almost guaranteed with a mid range cpu cooler like a hyper 212+. Most good motherboards come with software that overclock the cpu with a click of the button.
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My signature rig below

To put it simply all you need is what i said. Almost any p67 1155 socket motherboard can do it, you do not need to spend mega bucks, You would have to buy a good cpu cooler like a thermalright silver arrow or noctua nh-d14 for upto 5ghz but 4.5 ghz is almost guaranteed with a mid range cpu cooler like a hyper 212+. Most good motherboards come with software that overclock the cpu with a click of the button.
Overclocking with a button is cheating but it can help to see what could be the maximum reachable "easily".
    
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Overclocking with a button is cheating but it can help to see what could be the maximum reachable "easily".
Exactly although ive never used it, It does provide the newcomers with a simple safer solution than playing in the bios
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Exactly although ive never used it, It does provide the newcomers with a simple safer solution than playing in the bios
Safer at the cost of higher voltage and higher temps... that's my past experiences...

My CPU is OC at 3.4 Ghz (I have lower it to lower my timings).

What would be the % of more power I should expect with a I5 / I7 new revision?
    
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Originally Posted by Nivis Tigridis View Post
Safer at the cost of higher voltage and higher temps... that's my past experiences...

My CPU is OC at 3.4 Ghz (I have lower it to lower my timings).

What would be the % of more power I should expect with a I5 / I7 new revision?
I came from a q6600 @3ghz with a 8800 gtx. The diffrence is amazing, Like i said overall. If i only compare the q6600 cpu to I5 2500k in games it's not much difference. I mainly use my rig for flight simulator x which eats the best of cpu's so for me ive doubled the performance
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