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What do you mean what %? and.. I always thought 3DMark was for the GPU?.. There's a CPU test?
Sort of, but they do give CPU test results

Just did 3DMark Vantage
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What do you mean what %?
You got 7.59, and I got 8.21 with us both at 4.3GHz. And was just wondering at what % speed difference was

I'd guess I'm about 7-8% faster clock for clock, in that test!

But it doesn't look like you need to go SB, does it
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why is your 24/7 clock so low? lol any reason why you aren't going higher? your current vcore is tiny!

i can give you guys a few benchmarks on my 2600k... let me get on that.
Ya , the main reasoin my MOBO sucks big time! its a g45 so the phases or whatever are ****. I will be going to a higher UD board though so I can have that 5GHz 24/7 clock like i want.
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Sort of, but they do give CPU test results

Just did 3DMark Vantage

You got 7.59, and I got 8.21 with us both at 4.3GHz. And was just wondering at what % speed difference was

I'd guess I'm about 7-8% faster clock for clock, in that test!

But it doesn't look like you need to go SB, does it
I did the calculations and it makes it out to be 9.2% faster on clock to clock speeds.

EDIT: Also! I can't run 3DMark11 because my GPU only supports DX10 lolol. but my score would be low anyway due to the old GPU.

Also here is my passmark score at 4.3GHz

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I did the calculations and it makes it out to be 9.2% faster on clock to clock speeds.

EDIT: Also! I can't run 3DMark11 because my GPU only supports DX10 lolol. but my score would be low anyway due to the old GPU.

Also here is my passmark score at 4.3GHz
So It's 9%
Well in that case, you're only 9% less overkill for gaming than me

edit, that wouldn't work out right! But ya know what I mean
Edited by ACHILEE5 - 5/1/11 at 8:28pm
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So It's 9%
Well in that case, you're only 9% less overkill for gaming than me

edit, that wouldn't work out right! But ya know what I mean
Overkill?! PSH. You and me both know that to play games these days you need a MINIMUM of 4GHz and 4 cores. I mean otherwise.. it'd just be impossible to play even 2D games. 4.3GHz is barely getting us by. Everyone knows you need 6GHz+ and like 12 cores to play games like BFBC2.
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Overkill?! PSH. You and me both know that to play games these days you need a MINIMUM of 4GHz and 4 cores. I mean otherwise.. it'd just be impossible to play even 2D games. 4.3GHz is barely getting us by. Everyone knows you need 6GHz+ and like 12 cores to play games like BFBC2.
So they say
And just to think, "I was happy with my C2Q at 3.8GHz"
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i5-2500k @ 4.5GHz Cinebench:



i5-2500k @ 5GHz Cinebench:




You can see my comparison of the i5 vs the 1090T both at 4.4 to 4.5Ghz here: http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/91...225-vs-my.html


i5-2500k @ 5GHz passmark:





The difference is 4 cores vs 6, 6 losing is really bad because in most applications 6 cores aren't used.
    
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I am liking the fan running at 28 rpm, must be some huge fan..

EDIT: In my case I actually use all 6 of my cores.. so for my purpose the 6 cores is winning vs 4.
Edited by iinversion - 5/2/11 at 4:55pm
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Are you thinking of switching to SandyBridge just to get better benchmark scores, or do you need the power for some real apps? I ask because I have both a 1090T and a SB 2600K. the 1090T has a 6970, and the 2600K has a 570GTX. Yes, the SB beats the 1090T in benchmarks. But that's about it. Either machine plays games at super framerates. If I were to give advice...(guess I am now huh?) hold on to your current H/W for as long as you can... upgrade when you NEED to... and by then.... the H/W will be that much better, cheaper, etc........
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