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Oh ok...thanks.

I was thinking about getting the i7-2600 instead of the i5-2500k so I could clock it higher, but I guess if the non-K model doesn't have an unlocked multiplier then I'll just plan on getting the i5-2500k.
   
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Originally Posted by Dark Volker View Post
Is the only difference between an i5-2500 and i5-2500k the integrated graphics?

The K model has Intel HD Graphics 3000 where the non-K model has Intel HD Graphics 2000. I can't seem to find any other differences.

I'm assuming that if I'm using my GPU on a Sandy Bridge rig, I wouldn't have any need for the K model?
The 2500k has an unlocked multiplier making it fully overclockable.
As far as I'm aware the 2500 non-k version only goes as far as the turbo boost.

Edit: fail, 2 people beat me to it :|
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