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That statement only shows your negative attitude. That is bull****.
Oh really??

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Try 8x 425FSB.

You must give people lot's of + rep when they help you alot, or else they just get tired
Link to the thread/post

I believe it's qualified as "Rep begging"..

CHEERS..
     
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Yup
EVGA GTX 570 SC
Nice.. Feel free to run the same bechmarks as in first post. Keep your GTX 570 at the same clock frequencies though. Overclock your CPU to whatever you want.
    
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Oh really??



Link to the thread/post

I believe it's qualified as "Rep begging"..

CHEERS..
It was a joke on my behalf. Really. On top of that I used a lot of time helping that guy. I'm getting sick of your attitude now.

Stop being angry at the world just because you burned your mobo or whatever.

If you have nothing of value to contribute in this thread, you should leave.
    
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This was originally meant as a clock for clock comparison. But I see your point here.
I understand, and its a good comparison to see where the benafites of the new tech come into play.

I just want to see what the benafit is in having a cpu that will clock to 4.6 - 4.8 on average.

I am happy with 4.24 & HT for now..
However if there is that big of a change in 400 - 800MHz cpu speed, maybe I should look into a 2600k build as it will help me in all areas being I do much more than just game.
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I understand, and its a good comparison to see where the benafites of the new tech come into play.

I just want to see what the benafit is in having a cpu that will clock to 4.6 - 4.8 on average.

I am happy with 4.24 & HT for now..
However if there is that big of a change in 400 - 800MHz cpu speed, maybe I should look into a 2600k build as it will help me in all areas being I do much more than just game.
Really, for gaming at 1920x1080/1200 + with one high-end GPU I don't think you will benefit much from a CPU upgrade.

SLI or crossfire using two high-end GPU's there will be benefits... My Q9650@4GHz + can cope with one GTX 570. Even then I loose some frames over a 1366 i7 or 1155 Sandy's 4GHz +. With two in SLI, I would have needed a new CPU/mobo.

It will vary much from game to game however.
    
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I still cannot believe they closed down one of the most interesting threads in history - Why are people buying fast Sandybridge setups and ignoring SSD's?

This is a big question many people ask themselves now days... Clearly there was a reason for it going totally out of hand.
    
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post #187 of 257
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Also be sure to check out ACHILEES C2Q 3.8GHz VS Sandy@3.8GHz comparisons in this thread

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...l#post12972285
Lads please, lets not get so defensive about our setups
SB is faster than C2Q! But we could have guessed that
But more often than not, we run out of GPU before CPU on both setups!

As a gamer!
IMO if you have a C2Q at 4GHz with a single high spec GPU. You have a well balanced system! And will have "for the most part" the same gaming experience as me with my 2600k setup!

The difference I found!
Well to start, I feel the need to say in all fairness that my Q9650 was not overclocked as far as it could have been!
It was only at 3.8GHz!

But what I found is my 2600K is about 30% faster clock for clock!
And that coupled with the fact that SB overclocks much higher means It's about twice the CPU power from the C2Q setup when overclocked!
But as I did say before, I run out of GPU power so meh!

So yeah, SB has the power!
But it's not worth breaking the bank for, if you already have a Quad at 4GHz and are only using a single GPU
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post #188 of 257
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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5 View Post
Lads please, lets not get so defensive about our setups
SB is faster than C2Q! But we could have guessed that
But more often than not, we run out of GPU before CPU on both setups!

As a gamer!
IMO if you have a C2Q at 4GHz with a single high spec GPU. You have a well balanced system! And will have "for the most part" the same gaming experience as me with my 2600k setup!

The difference I found!
Well to start, I feel the need to say in all fairness that my Q9650 was not overclocked as far as it could have been!
It was only at 3.8GHz!

But what I found is my 2600K is about 30% faster clock for clock!
And that coupled with the fact that SB overclocks much higher means It's about twice the CPU power from the C2Q setup when overclocked!
But as I did say before, I run out of GPU power so meh!

So yeah, SB has the power!
But it's not worth breaking the bank for, if you already have a Quad at 4GHz and are only using a single GPU
That is why, for some this may be true:

Originally Posted by ohzer0 View Post
SSD isn't for storage...it's for your OS

for the record the argument is whether or not SSDs are worth the upgrade over Sandy Bridge

80GB Intel or Vertex2 SSD ~$200 + 1TB Samsung F3 ~$65 = ~$265

vs

2500K ~$230 + Mobo ~$150 if not more = ~$380+

even cheaper if you already use mechanical drives and JUST upgrade SSD for your OS. Also 80GB is being generous as 60GB is sufficient for most people.

I also gave courtesy and didn't pick the 2600K which is the more expensive option

now like i said earlier, unless you're coming from a Core 2 Duo, if you have a quad and are looking to upgrade...CLEARLY getting a SSD is the CHEAPER more noticeable upgrade second to a new video card
    
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They closed your other thread because you were accusing everyone with an SB setup of being an idiot, you weren't listening to people's reasons for not having an SSD, you were constantly going "bottleneck this, bottleneck that" when a lot of people just have a rig to game in which case they will be far better off with a fast CPU + GPU than an SSD.

This might be an offensive post to you, but that thread was so stupid, I'm amazed it lasted for 21 pages.

If you want to inform people about the advantages of an SSD, do it properly.
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They closed your other thread because you were accusing everyone with an SB setup of being an idiot, you weren't listening to people's reasons for not having an SSD, you were constantly going "bottleneck this, bottleneck that" when a lot of people just have a rig to game in which case they will be far better off with a fast CPU + GPU than an SSD.

This might be an offensive post to you, but that thread was so stupid, I'm amazed it lasted for 21 pages.
Over half the people in there did not agree with your opinion. And I still stand ground that on a high-end system being totally bottlencked and useless without an SSD. And I know many others agrees completely with me on this.

Anyway, that's not what this thread is about.

In fact, every system in 2011 should have and SSD. Even a lowly E4300 1.8GHz 775 computer in our office got super fast by just adding an SSD
Edited by turrican9 - 4/21/11 at 7:27am
    
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