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Originally Posted by grishkathefool;12660474 
I was faced with a similar decision this week. I did a bunch of reading and finally decided to go with the i5 2500.

Although some benchmarks scored the 1090 higher than the 2500, some had the opposite results. However, one thing was clear and that was this; the 1090 only had one more path for upgrade, the 1100 and it did not score significantly higher than the 1090 in most benches. Whereas the 2500's upgrade path to i7 2600 show MUCH HIGHER benchmark scores. So I went with Sandy. I bought an AMD 6850 to go with it though smile.gif

hope its the 2500k your talking about and not just 2500 rolleyes.gif
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post #12 of 201
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Originally Posted by narabhut;12660279 
2500k outperforms the 760 on a 20-30% margin, and 760 is comparable to/slightly beats the 1090T in single threaded apps.....

So, for single threaded apps, 2500k
For multi threaded apps, 1090T.

Nope!

For single-threaded apps, 2500k
For multi-threaded apps, 2500k

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Originally Posted by DV9;12660290 
i5 2500K, and because it destroys the other two for gaming, and you want a gaming rig.

DONE biggrin.gif

Not only gaming, but rendering and encoding.

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Originally Posted by grishkathefool;12660474 

Although some benchmarks scored the 1090 higher than the 2500, some had the opposite results.

The 1100T only beat the 2500k at 1 benchmark out of 40 and only by about 9.1% which a slight bump in clock speed can deduced to nothing. The 2500k beat it at everything!

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Originally Posted by munaim1;12660545 
hope its the 2500k your talking about and not just 2500 rolleyes.gif

Even the non-k 2500 will beat it at 99% of everything. Its essentially a 2500k sans the unlocked multiplier.
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post #13 of 201
Was facing similar decision. Upgrade my processor to an X6, or go 2500k and I ended up selling my AM3 stuff. Even though I already had a board, the processors were pretty much the same price(or pretty damn close). Everything I'm reading suggests the 2500k the way to go easily unless you budget is really low.
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post #14 of 201
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The 1100T only beat the 2500k at 1 benchmark out of 40 and only by about 9.1% which a slight bump in clock speed can deduced to nothing. The 2500k beat it at everything!

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Well actually 4 out of 37 but whos counting. Point made.
post #15 of 201
In terms of OC ability, amd currently doesn't have anything in their 6 core line that can come near (4.5 isn't near) 5ghz let alone 24/7 stable or prime blend stable 5.1-5.4ghz that many 2500k's can do. I've said before I love my chiv/thuban rig but my sb rig just stomps on it. Not much noticable stuff in games but benching it's a done deal. I think the only bench my amd rig comes out ahead by .7 is on cinebench. But that's my rig against my rig so ur results will vary....
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Originally Posted by patcorndoggy;12660251 
Hello, I will be building a new gaming rig in the next month and was just wondering which one of these CPU's you would recommend and why?

Core i5 2500k vs. AMD 1090T vs. Core i5 760
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my vote goes to both 1090t & i5 2500k,both will be very nice for your new setup.
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post #17 of 201
I recommend the 2500k for it's ridiculously good Price:Performance Ratio! On average its just about the same Price as the 1090t, and offers WAAAAAAY better performance for the $$$. Not to mention the e-peen you'll have from overclocking that bad boy! thumb.gif

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I recommend the 2500k for it's ridiculously good Price:Performance Ratio! On average its just about the same Price as the 1090t, and offers WAAAAAAY better performance for the $$$. Not to mention the e-peen you'll have from overclocking that bad boy! thumb.gif

Come on, join the cool kids! cool.gif

I am neither an AMD or Intel fanboy, I simply buy what has the best performance/money out there. But I also don't just make things up before posting stuff. I would like to see more than one Benchmark showing that the core-i5 2500k outperforms the 1090T/1100T as everyone in this thread is saying. I want to see multiple benchmarks that were ran using both processors posted from various sites testing these two processors. And one more thing to say that nobody has said yet in this thread is that Sandy-bridge is a NEW technology, 1090T/1100T is not. So again, I would hope that a new technology be on par at best with an aging technology.

I just helped my buddy pick out system components and yes the processor is roughly the same price as the 1090T/1100T but you are also forgetting about motherboard prices. Intel Motherboards are all more money. If my friend decides to go with the AMD setup with the 1090T, he can also get a slightly better GPU and a Corsair H50 liquid cooling unit for a slightly cheaper price than going with the 2500K setup which won't come with the H50 and has a slightly slower GPU all for more money. Both motherboards are exactly identical from ASUS of course except for the chip sets.
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I am neither an AMD or Intel fanboy, I simply buy what has the best performance/money out there. But I also don't just make things up before posting stuff. I would like to see more than one Benchmark showing that the core-i5 2500k outperforms the 1090T/1100T as everyone in this thread is saying. I want to see multiple benchmarks that were ran using both processors posted from various sites testing these two processors. And one more thing to say that nobody has said yet in this thread is that Sandy-bridge is a NEW technology, 1090T/1100T is not. So again, I would hope that a new technology be on par at best with an aging technology.

I just helped my buddy pick out system components and yes the processor is roughly the same price as the 1090T/1100T but you are also forgetting about motherboard prices. Intel Motherboards are all more money. If my friend decides to go with the AMD setup with the 1090T, he can also get a slightly better GPU and a Corsair H50 liquid cooling unit for a slightly cheaper price than going with the 2500K setup which won't come with the H50 and has a slightly slower GPU all for more money. Both motherboards are exactly identical from ASUS of course except for the chip sets.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=146

Don't get your panties all up in a bunch wink.gif Sandy Bridge mobo's are cheap too.
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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=146

Don't get your panties all up in a bunch wink.gif Sandy Bridge mobo's are cheap too.

My panties aren't bunched up you are putting words in my mouth now. I never said that Intel or sandy bridge motherboards were way more expensive, I said they are more expensive which is a fact and anyone who builds pc's knows this. And ACTUALLY, if you look at high end offerings as in the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Motherboard ($214) compared to an ASUS Rampage III Extreme ($379) there is a huge difference in price for what?! Both motherboards are essentially the same thing and the specification of both are practically identical. There should not be that large of a price difference. It could mean if your building an AMD system and you are on a budget you could get a second GPU and or nice Corsair liquid unit, or what ever you want. Secondly, I already saw that source from Anandtech. Again read my post, I said proof from more than 1 source. Again you referred me to the same link that was already posted in this thread. That does not mean much if there are not other sources out there to compare to.

And again, since no one on this thread mentioned it once which I am very surprised - Intel Core i5-2500k is a brand new CPU. 1090T came out in April of 2010, a year old technology. And might I say further more, a technology that was even around before that for years since Thuban was just an architectural upgrade of an Istanbul Opteron Processor and not an entirely whole new architecture. The 1090T holds its ground well considering its an old chip and its history. And I would still like to see other sources claiming that the 2500k blows the 1090T/1100T out of the water except for that only one source everyone keeps posting here on this thread.
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