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A sandy bridge dual core will eat previous gen quad cores anyway.Heck the i3 560 keeps up with a q6600 no problem.
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post #22 of 23
So I herd you liek not overclocking...
The last generation LGA1156 32nm i3/i5 platform would be better and cheaper than this (unless maybe considering graphics)
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Originally Posted by Atomfix View Post
pointless.... Time of the Dual Core's should be over.....
No, it is not. what really matters is how these dual cores perform.


i3 SB is almost as good as old or mainstream quads in multi-threaded applications. But in single-threaded and dual-threaded applications, it does beat any AMD cpu at stock speed
Edited by ThePath - 3/9/11 at 8:21am
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