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Originally Posted by Fantasy;13011758 
as for me i'm loving my 1090T and i dont need more power than that
going to get 5970 soon and hock it up with my 5870 in CF and i dont think my 1090T will bottleneck

Yea, but I said before, I do render and Encode Quite a bit.. So I need more CPU.Granted 1055t Is very good for gaming, and I love it for gaming, Cheap, good.. excelent choose for gaming.
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IMO i wouldnt waste my time with a 2500k or any of the others ! The 2600k is a much better processer faster with hyperthreading , FOR JUST A LITTLE MORE CASH!!!!
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IMO i wouldnt waste my time with a 2500k or any of the others ! The 2600k is a much better processer faster with hyperthreading , FOR JUST A LITTLE MORE CASH!!!!

It's $100 more cash and HT doesn't benefit some things.
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Yea, but I said before, I do render and Encode Quite a bit.. So I need more CPU.Granted 1055t Is very good for gaming, and I love it for gaming, Cheap, good.. excelent choose for gaming.

piece of advice just wait till the new bulldozer comes out and see if its any good
if its better then get the bulldozer if not get the 2500K
    
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your word style is similar to those guys from marketing, you work at intel do you ?
why are hatin?

AMD is finally changing there process after intels already been doing it.

AMD is a great GPU maker Intel is the great CPU maker.

I love how people who spent money on AMD try to justify there spending. Its great, and I mean GREAT for budget builds but not performance rigs.

He does have an AMD gpu.
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^

See we have them too as Intel users...

Welcome to the Fanchise though, we are fanboys who rule with reason and logic.
    
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IMO i wouldnt waste my time with a 2500k or any of the others ! The 2600k is a much better processer faster with hyperthreading , FOR JUST A LITTLE MORE CASH!!!!

a little lower your expectations:cool:
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Originally Posted by pietro sk;13011786 
why somebody asks, if he knows beforehand what he wants to purchase?

people ask same things over again, even if it was discussed time ago
i guess, your search button is dusty
how helpful is that ?
Well.. If I knew, I would have not started a thread, And I think From all the help I got form ppl that acctualy replied something helpful, I decided to go for i5 and get a mobo with p67 to get ivy later on. So yea.. I got my problem resolved. Don't hate Becasue you don't know anything and just make random and hatfull posts.
note: I won't answer nor read any other of your posts, So don't even bother answering to this one
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IMO i wouldnt waste my time with a 2500k or any of the others ! The 2600k is a much better processer faster with hyperthreading , FOR JUST A LITTLE MORE CASH!!!!

Look at some 2500k vs 2600k actual game benches. HT does not help 99% of games past a 1-5 fps gain. 1-5fps gain not worth a c-note.

look at this:
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It's $100 more cash and HT doesn't benefit some things.

also take 2M of L3 under consideration
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