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wait wait, how much did he spend on his rig? what mobo did he end up going with for his 1090t?




but I thought you do a ton of searching? I found those benchmarks just by typing in i5 2500k benchmarks...how hard was that?
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again this whole mombo jumbo was about your friend wasn't it? what parts he should get right? the fact that you wanted to veer off on the 4250 and lecture me about how everyone can use the 4250 yata yata tells me you were trying to justify the mobo after saying that he spent 150 less. When a good sandy bridge setup is 350 as apposed to the 300 he spent for the 1090 setup.
dude please please stop being dumb ... you are the person who brought up the mobo
and dude do i have to explain everything to you. he was looking at more expensive motherboards than 150 (a little more) the 1090t was 30 bucks cheaper than the i5 2500K. Little bit of money starts adding up here and there. once he saw he saved roughly 100 bucks he cut his hdd down to 500 gb to save another 40-50 bucks to get the h50. stop it now please.
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Again, the core i5 2500K doesn't blow away the 1100T my buddy is getting. Yes it is slightly faster in just about everything but it doesn't blow it away and I am not doing a "disservice" as you say. I recommended my friend get the 2500K or the 1100T and he knew the 2500K was a little quicker than the 1100T in almost everything. And he chose the 1090T because with that setup he was able to save roughly 150 bucks and he got a nice corsair liquid cooling unit and also a beefier GPU. He can now over clock the 1090T to at least 4 Ghz and it will be as quick as a stock 2500K. And before anyone says anything, yes I know the 2500K is able to over clock to duh, but he saved money and got a better gpu and a liquid cooling unit. Sometimes money makes a difference. And a user probably wouldn't notice the difference in speed from the 2500K vs a 1090T/1100T. The 2500K is not that much faster to make a noticeable difference. Now the 2600K would make a noticeable difference.
wait wait, how much did he spend on his rig? what mobo did he end up going with for his 1090t?


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Thanks guys, I just wanted to see these for the same reason you guys wanted to see some benchies. I seriously tried searching for these and I wasn't getting any hits.
but I thought you do a ton of searching? I found those benchmarks just by typing in i5 2500k benchmarks...how hard was that?
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post #52 of 201
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dude please please stop being dumb ... you are the person who brought up the mobo

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Again, the core i5 2500K doesn't blow away the 1100T my buddy is getting. Yes it is slightly faster in just about everything but it doesn't blow it away and I am not doing a "disservice" as you say. I recommended my friend get the 2500K or the 1100T and he knew the 2500K was a little quicker than the 1100T in almost everything. And he chose the 1090T because with that setup he was able to save roughly 150 bucks and he got a nice corsair liquid cooling unit and also a beefier GPU. He can now over clock the 1090T to at least 4 Ghz and it will be as quick as a stock 2500K. And before anyone says anything, yes I know the 2500K is able to over clock to duh, but he saved money and got a better gpu and a liquid cooling unit. Sometimes money makes a difference. And a user probably wouldn't notice the difference in speed from the 2500K vs a 1090T/1100T. The 2500K is not that much faster to make a noticeable difference. Now the 2600K would make a noticeable difference.
wait wait, how much did he spend on his rig? what mobo did he end up going with for his 1090t?


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Thanks guys, I just wanted to see these for the same reason you guys wanted to see some benchies. I seriously tried searching for these and I wasn't getting any hits.
but I thought you do a ton of searching? I found those benchmarks just by typing in i5 2500k benchmarks...how hard was that?
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oh I brought it up? it wasn't because of said (bold letters in the quote) unless you really have trouble reading between the lines of your own post. The fact that you mentioned he saved 150 going with a 1090t setup implies that he spent less on a mobo. Which is why I asked what motherboard he ended up getting. Then you decide to crap on my motherboard thinking it's a smaller form factor when in fact you misread once again that my motherboard is the same form factor as the one your friend got but I am able to OC to 5.0ghz 24/7 use while your buddy eats my dust. Hey but then again no the 2500k doesn't "blow" the 1090t away. yeah

why you mad brah?
post #53 of 201
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but I am able to OC to 5.0ghz 24/7 use while your buddy eats my dust. Hey but then again no the 2500k doesn't "blow" the 1090t away. yeah

why you mad brah?
What part of the GPU matters in 97% of games more so than the CPU did you not get? Stop being a fanboy. No one uses the HD 4250? Heh..i am, until i can get a card.
Both CPU's are just fine,but for hardcore gaming get the 2500K,if you wanna save some money toward getting a better GPU go for a 1090T and OC it. I myself like my 1090T,it's fast,quiet and doesn't get to <60C like an Intel space heater.
If all you do is benchmark all day with your benches optimized for Intel code, sure you're faster.
As someone else posted : 2500K > 1090T > i5 760.
Edited by Heavy MG - 3/20/11 at 10:38pm
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post #54 of 201
The 2500K is much faster than the 1090T in all aspects.

All different types of benches including real world and synthetic.

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

37 benchmarks, 2500k loses one.

For gaming? No contest. WoW, which is a very CPU intensive game shows how much faster 2500k is, over 40FPS faster.

Whoever believes 1090T and 2500K perform "similarly" are clearly delusional.
 
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What part of the GPU matters in 97% of games more so than the CPU did you not get? Stop being a fanboy. No one uses the HD 4250? Heh..i am, until i can get a card.
Both CPU's are just fine,but for hardcore gaming get the 2500K,if you wanna save some money toward getting a better GPU go for a 1090T and OC it.
As someone else posted : 2500K > 1090T > i5 760.
thank you good lord this is what i have ******* been saying the whole time and everyone has been *****ing at me about. oh and you would see why i brought up the 4250 thing if you read a few back. it is irrelevant
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intel fanboys can never admit defeat. you are trolling your own intel thread. just look it up for you. Even after I spend my time looking all that up for you and showing you proof, you will just find something else to fall back on and complain about. You will never be satisfied.
when you can post benchmarks of the 1090T being better OVERALL than a 2500K, I will gladly eat my words. Not just 2 cherry picked benchmarks where all cards are pretty much performing the same.

But hey, check this out:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=146

Which one is better overall? The 1090T is getting crushed in every single benchmark except for 1. That's including Power Consumption as well.

About your little video there, I know members of this forum who need water cooling to hit 4.4 STABLE, and they need LN2 to hit 5.0 on the 1090T, anyone can boot up at any speed, but are they stable?

Whereas there are a lot of 2500K's that have done 5 GHZ on AIR, and all of them will EASILY hit 4.5+.

And your point about the newer tech overclocking better than the older tech is a very good point, so why buy the older tech?

No 1155 motherboards are available to be purchased huh?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...CE&PageSize=20

Your other point claiming the $150 difference, the 1090T is $199 and the 2500K is $229. That's a $30 difference. Since your friend went for a cheap $100 mobo. There's also this mobo for $125
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-571-_-Product

So that's a $55 difference, and as you know, you don't need water cooling to overclock the 2500K, since the stock cooler can handle 4.4 easily. So he wouldn't have had to buy the H50 for $71.36.

Do the math, the 2500k + mobo would've been $15 cheaper. But I would've recommended a cooler like the 212 which is only $30, so the difference in the end would've been $15, which is far from your $150 claim.

Call me a fanboy if you like, if the 1090T was the better choice, everyone would've pointed that out. But clearly, it wasn't, to each his own.
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The 2500K is much faster than the 1090T in all aspects.

All different types of benches including real world and synthetic.

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

37 benchmarks, 2500k loses one.

For gaming? No contest. WoW, which is a very CPU intensive game shows how much faster 2500k is, over 40FPS faster.

Whoever believes 1090T and 2500K perform "similarly" are clearly delusional.
no one said they perform similarly you delusional putting words in my mouth like everyone here loves to do. the 2500 is faster than the 1100t but it does not blow it away. It is slightly faster in every test that it wins in. blowing it away would be 2600K
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when you can post benchmarks of the 1090T being better OVERALL than a 2500K, I will gladly eat my words. Not just 2 cherry picked benchmarks where all cards are pretty much performing the same.

But hey, check this out:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=146

Which one is better overall? The 1090T is getting crushed in every single benchmark except for 1.

I know members of this forum who need water cooling to hit 4.4 STABLE, and they need LN2 to hit 5.0 on the 1090T, anyone can boot up at any speed, but are they stable?

Whereas there are a lot of 2500K's that have done 5 GHZ on AIR, and all of them will EASILY hit 4.5+.

And your point about the newer tech overclocking better than the older tech is a very good point, so why buy the older tech?

No 1155 motherboards are available to be purchased huh?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...CE&PageSize=20

Your other point claiming the $150 difference, the 1090T is $199 and the 2500K is $229. That's a $30 difference. Since your friend went for a cheap $100 mobo. There's also this mobo for $125
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-571-_-Product

So that's a $65 difference, and as you know, you don't need water cooling to overclock the 2500K, since the stock cooler can handle 4.4 easily. So he wouldn't have had to buy the H50 for $71.36.

Do the math, the 2500k + mobo would've been $15 cheaper. But I would've recommended a cooler like the 212 which is only $30, so the difference in the end would've been $15, which is far from your $150 claim.

Call me a fanboy if you like, if the 1090T was the better choice, everyone would've pointed that out. But clearly, it wasn't, to each his own.
you are an ******* i never posted anything sayin the 1090t was faster than the 2500K please shut up now. ignorant jack ace
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What part of the GPU matters in 97% of games more so than the CPU did you not get? Stop being a fanboy. No one uses the HD 4250? Heh..i am, until i can get a card.
Both CPU's are just fine,but for hardcore gaming get the 2500K,if you wanna save some money toward getting a better GPU go for a 1090T and OC it. I myself like my 1090T,it's fast,quiet and doesn't get to <60C like an Intel space heater.
If all you do is benchmark all day with your benches optimized for Intel code, sure you're faster.
As someone else posted : 2500K > 1090T > i5 760.
No one is flaring this person for saying this and this is what I have been saying that whole entire time. This thread is def bull
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when you can post benchmarks of the 1090T being better OVERALL than a 2500K, I will gladly eat my words. Not just 2 cherry picked benchmarks where all cards are pretty much performing the same.

But hey, check this out:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/288?vs=146

Which one is better overall? The 1090T is getting crushed in every single benchmark except for 1. That's including Power Consumption as well.

About your little video there, I know members of this forum who need water cooling to hit 4.4 STABLE, and they need LN2 to hit 5.0 on the 1090T, anyone can boot up at any speed, but are they stable?

Whereas there are a lot of 2500K's that have done 5 GHZ on AIR, and all of them will EASILY hit 4.5+.

And your point about the newer tech overclocking better than the older tech is a very good point, so why buy the older tech?

No 1155 motherboards are available to be purchased huh?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...CE&PageSize=20

Your other point claiming the $150 difference, the 1090T is $199 and the 2500K is $229. That's a $30 difference. Since your friend went for a cheap $100 mobo. There's also this mobo for $125
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-571-_-Product

So that's a $55 difference, and as you know, you don't need water cooling to overclock the 2500K, since the stock cooler can handle 4.4 easily. So he wouldn't have had to buy the H50 for $71.36.

Do the math, the 2500k + mobo would've been $15 cheaper. But I would've recommended a cooler like the 212 which is only $30, so the difference in the end would've been $15, which is far from your $150 claim.

Call me a fanboy if you like, if the 1090T was the better choice, everyone would've pointed that out. But clearly, it wasn't, to each his own.
dude please shut up I ran mine stable 24/7 at 4.4 on air but it was getting too hot so i bumped it down. and after i watercooled it my chipset was running sorta warm so i left it 4.3. just do some searching many people have their 1090t past 4.5 ghz
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