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i5 2500K has much more effective cores than 1090T & i5 760...

It's not noticebale is games however (all the processors you mention perform identically when gaming...).
Thank you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1090T Rules, thats what tsm106 said and I totally agree with him/her
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Dude I am pretty sure he meant me because he said "his friend already bought the rig". Which is referring to me. I am not an Intel fanboy Nor AMD fanboy but I do like AMD processors more. But what ever has the most bang for buck, and how much money I have to buy stuff with, determines the system I buy..
so 2500k has more bang for the buck...for only 30 dollars more...

Asus M489GTD PRO USB 3 - 150 - AMD MOBO
Asus P8p67 - 150 Intel MOBO

1090t - 200
i5 2500k - 230

Both boards are top notch

you're just putting words in YOUR OWN MOUTH now.
post #123 of 201
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Originally Posted by -X3- View Post
i5 2500K has much more effective cores than 1090T & i5 760...

It's not noticebale is games however (all the processors you mention perform identically when gaming...).
They do not. When you start jumping into multicard setups with multi monitors, you will cry for a big powerful chip to power it all.
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Haha tell me right now what I need to do and I will do it to prove my system is what it says. I have a 1090T right now and I love it. Theres no way I would ever replace it with SandyBridge = Gay
You like what you like,they like what they like. Calling the "better" (yet more expensive) thing "gay" fuels the fire.
The continued fanboyish bragging of OMG I GET FIVE GHZ ON AIR UR AMD SUX,is lame. Big deal? I can sacrifice 10-20 FPS,tons of heat & noise, and still have games fully playable,because it's 2011 and games rely on the GPU more than the CPU. Games can't even use all 4 cores,let alone 6.
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No **** dummy. Another person putting words in my mouth. Holy crap you all are the same. I never said sandybridge isnt faster. I never said more core is always faster. shut up dummy

Where does it say it was targeted at you? A General, rational statement.
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i5 2500K is almost as good as 1100T in applications that can utilize 6 cores

i5 2500K is much faster than 1100T in applications that utilize 4 cores or less

i5 2500K overclocks better than than 1100T, it consume less power, and it supports more features like AES and AVX (Currently there is no applications that can use AVX, but that should change in the future)
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You like what you like,they like what they like. Calling the "better" (yet more expensive) thing "gay" fuels the fire.
The continued fanboyish bragging of OMG I GET FIVE GHZ ON AIR UR AMD SUX,is lame. Big deal? I can sacrifice 10-20 FPS,tons of heat & noise, and still have games fully playable,because it's 2011 and games rely on the GPU more than the CPU. Games can't even use all 4 cores,let alone 6.
but but my sandy keeps me warm on a cold winter night....
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i5 2500K is almost as good as 1100T in applications that can utilize 6 cores

i5 2500K is much faster than 1100T in applications that utilize 4 cores or less

i5 2500K overclocks better than than 1100T, it consume less power, and it supports more features like AES and AVX (Currently there is no applications that can use AVX, but that should change in the future)
who here uses avx or aes i am going to bet no one. now all the intel fanboys are going to say they do lol
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They do not. When you start jumping into multicard setups with multi monitors, you will cry for a big powerful chip to power it all.
Not really... And if you do want more power, just overclock the CPU, it's a matter of a few minutes...

jmm5331, were you sercastic about my post? I cannot really tell if it was honest or no ^^
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you are soooooooo dumb phase shift are you putting on an act. i already explained this to you 1210501501.0251515 times. Dont make me do it again
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I am not an Intel fanboy Nor AMD fanboy but I do like AMD processors more. But what ever has the most bang for buck, and how much money I have to buy stuff with, determines the system I buy..

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so 2500k has more bang for the buck...for only 30 dollars more...

Asus M489GTD PRO USB 3 - 150 - AMD MOBO
Asus P8p67 - 150 Intel MOBO

1090t - 200
i5 2500k - 230

Both boards are top notch

you're just putting words in YOUR OWN MOUTH now.
i love this thread, vote thread of the week!
Edited by phaseshift - 3/20/11 at 11:50pm
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