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Its all the same, the only major difference will be core count and core speed.
    
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Currently you can't overclock with the use of Quick Sync outside of a few fsb bumps and x4 turbo.

I never found overclocking to be joyful or hard, I do find getting 5.3GHz on water and benching it enjoyable however.
I just remembered my DV6t which has a Core i7 2630QM comes this week Guess my PC is going to go into the living room!

I guess you've been getting golden processors? Overclocking isn't joyful!? Maybe I enjoy it because I used mostly DFI boards

My first processor ever was an Athlon XP 1600+ Thoroughbred overclocked it to 2.4Ghz on a DFI NF2 Ultra-B

Second Processor: Athlon 64 3200+ Socket 754 Venice (terrible overclocker) Got it to 2.5Ghz on a DFI NF3 250GB

Third Processor: Phenom II 940 3.72Ghz on a DFI 790FX-B M2RSH

Now I'm using x58 and I love it! The Athlon XP 1600+ was probably the easiest processor I've ever overclocked.
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Its all the same, the only major difference will be core count and core speed.
Yes, but you don't know the speed, or the overclock ability these chips will have, and that's the most important thing.
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Its all the same, the only major difference will be core count and core speed.
In terms of performance, where could it possibly land though? It's going to be faster then Phenom II, and if it's generally slower then your chip and in between both.. Wouldn't that be pretty good?

Does BD suck if the chip that matches up with a 2500k is 10% slower, but 20% faster then Phenom II? Would you smile?
     
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In terms of performance, where could it possibly land though? It's going to be faster then Phenom II, and if it's generally slower then your chip and in between both.. Wouldn't that be pretty good?

Does BD suck if the chip that matches up with a 2500k is 10% slower, but 20% faster then Phenom II? Would you smile?
I never said bulldozer would suck.

I just don't think its going to be faster for gamers. I think there is a strong possibility they will do even better in the server and multi-tasking segment than they did with mangy and thuban.

That said I don't see the point in waiting for bulldozer if your main focus is gaming. Sandy Bridge is here, the i5-2500k has a great price tag, and there is currently almost no reason to need a faster cpu until the next gen of gpus arrive anyways. The i5 gives you way better gaming performance, and unlike the first gen core i5 you don't have to sacrifice multi-tasking performance for it. I don't see any reason to wait unless you're not a gamer, in which case this thread wasn't really directed towards you in the first place.
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I never said bulldozer would suck.

I just don't think its going to be faster for gamers. I think there is a strong possibility they will do even better in the server and multi-tasking segment than they did with mangy and thuban.

That said I don't see the point in waiting for bulldozer if your main focus is gaming. Sandy Bridge is here, the i5-2500k has a great price tag, and there is currently almost no reason to need a faster cpu until the next gen of gpus arrive anyways. The i5 gives you way better gaming performance, and unlike the first gen core i5 you don't have to sacrifice multi-tasking performance for it. I don't see any reason to wait until you're not a gamer, in which case this thread wasn't really directed towards you in the first place.
The opposite holds true as well, I see no reason not to wait because you don't know if bulldozer stomps it or not. If it doesn't, Sandy will still be there.
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Splitting one core to act like two core hmm...somebody help me out here doesn't that sound familiar?....
i hope, you know what are differences between CMT and SMT .. do you ?
    
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The opposite holds true as well, I see no reason not to wait because you don't know if bulldozer stomps it or not. If it doesn't, Sandy will still be there.
There is a very low provability that it will.

You just don't get it. Current AMD cpus can't handle high end gpu setups. The SB chips can, with some room to spare. There is no need to have a cpu that stomps SB currently because there is no need to have anymore gpu power than what SB can push.

Does that help?
    
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There is a very low provability that it will.

You just don't get it. Current AMD cpus can't handle high end gpu setups. The SB chips can, with some room to spare. There is no need to have a cpu that stomps SB currently because there is no need to have anymore gpu power than what SB can push.

Does that help?
Not in the least bit, your probabilities are only theories you came up with yourself until BD is out.

And there is plenty of reason to have a chip that smashes Sandy as far as wanting the absolute best for your money goes.
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Not in the least bit, your probabilities are only theories you came up with yourself until BD is out.

And there is plenty of reason to have a chip that smashes Sandy as far as wanting the absolute best for your money goes.
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