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Originally Posted by Aleckazee View Post
I am truly stuck on this age old question. I'm contemplating choosing between the i5 2400 and the AMD Phenom II x6 1055T.
AMD is;
Cheaper
More Cores
Higher Clock Speed
More Overclocking
Won’t limit RAM to 1.5v like on Sandy Bridge
Intel;
Generally speaking faster and has better technology
Correct me if I’m wrong but will run single thread apps better?
I was planning on getting the Kingston HyperX 1.65v 2000MHz and overclock or lower the latency, but that wouldn’t be possible on SB Intel.
Anyone able to give me some advice here? I keep changing from intel to amd and back again.
I will mainly be gaming (Stuff like Battlefield, COD, GTA IV etc) as well as some video editing.
I think both CPUs would play games fine etc but I want to be sure that AMD isn’t sluggish or anything like that.
I’m planning on getting a ATI 6870 with it.
It would be good is you posted a budget as well, and it's probably best to start your own thread to get help.

Also, the ram isn't limited to 1.5v on the SB board, you can run 1.6v and I think 1.65v RAM on there as well.

Is this the RAM you're looking at?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-179-_-Product

$88 for 4 GB RAM?

Why don't you put the $35 extra towards a 2500K, and get this RAM instead.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-443-_-Product
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and you can see the 1090t is faster because of its 6 core
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post #193 of 201
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and you can see the 1090t is faster because of its 6 core
In Cinebench where all cores are utilized, it better be faster with its 6 vs 4 cores.

How about everything else?
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=146

In some games like F1 an AMD sponsored game:



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Three Sandy Bridge-based CPUs take the top three spots at 1680x1050 and 1920x1080. Things get a lot closer at 2560x1600 though, where graphics take more of the load. Ignoring 1680x1050 (nobody with high-end graphics and a respectable processor is gaming on a 17” display, right?), the AMD processors get pounded. A $185 Core i5-2400 does 83.3 FPS at 1920x1080, while the $185 Phenom II X4 970 manages just under 50. You really have to crank the resolution up another notch to 2560x1600 (or dial up anti-aliasing) to get these CPUs on more equal footing.

Edited by 2010rig - 3/21/11 at 2:16am
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It would be good is you posted a budget as well, and it's probably best to start your own thread to get help.

Also, the ram isn't limited to 1.5v on the SB board, you can run 1.6v and I think 1.65v RAM on there as well.

Is this the RAM you're looking at?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-179-_-Product

$88 for 4 GB RAM?

Why don't you put the $35 extra towards a 2500K, and get this RAM instead.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-443-_-Product
Yeh I probably will start a thread. I don't want to spend more than $2000 for the whole thing (liquid cooling, monitor etc). I have heard the CPU can't handle 1.65v for RAM and dies or greatly reduces the life, but I hope you are right.
Yes thats the RAM I was looking at mainly because its a good overclocker and they look insane.
I'll have to think about it but thanks a lot for the help (gives me something to think about)
    
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If the only thing you do is gaming, get the cheaper option that also allow you better GPU.
Gaming is not the only thing I do. I do photo editing and some video. I'm just wondering if the AMD wouldn't be a bit sluggish because I've read it has less clocks per cycle compared to intel.
    
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I got a 2500 non-k and OC'd to 4GHz and it's an absolute beast!
    
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Gaming is not the only thing I do. I do photo editing and some video. I'm just wondering if the AMD wouldn't be a bit sluggish because I've read it has less clocks per cycle compared to intel.
i5 2500 performs almost on par with 1100T in video editing (it is slightly slower in x264 HD benchmark 2nd pass, but it is faster in the 1st pass. Also, i5 2500 is faster in Windows Live Movie Maker)
Check the bechmarks from here
http://techreport.com/articles.x/20188/13

In photoshop and photo enditing softwares, i5 2500 performs much better

Here check photoshop benchmark
http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph4083/35024.png

And here some other photo editing benchmarks
http://techreport.com/articles.x/20188/12

In gaming, I think you already know that i5 2500 is better
Edited by ThePath - 3/21/11 at 5:37am
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Yeh I probably will start a thread. I don't want to spend more than $2000 for the whole thing (liquid cooling, monitor etc). I have heard the CPU can't handle 1.65v for RAM and dies or greatly reduces the life, but I hope you are right.
Yes thats the RAM I was looking at mainly because its a good overclocker and they look insane.
I'll have to think about it but thanks a lot for the help (gives me something to think about)
With a $2000 budget, there's no reason for you NOT to go with a 2500K.

Check out my sig rig for a sample build.

You can easily build it with a 2500K + P8P67 Pro, the RAM I linked you to, etc.
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With a $2000 budget, there's no reason for you NOT to go with a 2500K.

Check out my sig rig for a sample build.

You can easily build it with a 2500K + P8P67 Pro, the RAM I linked you to, etc.
Well,I can think of a few reasons actually.SB is still buggy as hell,and socket upgradeability.
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Well,I can think of a few reasons actually.SB is still buggy as hell,and socket upgradeability.
What your talking about ?

The SATA bug that was found in early motherboards is already fixed. All SB motherboards at newegg are using the new B3 revision (the fixed ones)
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