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1155 2500k. Overclocks better and runs cooler than the other two sockets
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For the your bang per buck a 2500k sandy bridge p67 intel build is your best bet. It has amazing value! And if your going to want to upgrade in a couple of years to the 2011 series it really your easiest option because you wont feel as bad about selling your SB set up cause you didn't get raped for thousands try to get a high end 1366 setup.

So your answer is 1155 by far.

Edit. 0.0 I missed out being first post on this one by far... lol hope I helped though.

Edit edit: GA P67A UD4 is the board im looking at getting.
Edited by Anti!! - 4/16/11 at 5:17am
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Budget you say ... I'd suggest an i3-2100 then and a cheap 1155 motherboard. They are splendid.

A dual core but performs exccelent in games.


Ivy Brigde will be compatible, indeed.
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For the your bang per buck a 2500k sandy bridge p67 intel build is your best bet. It has amazing value! And if your going to want to upgrade in a couple of years to the 2011 series it really your easiest option because you wont feel as bad about selling your SB set up cause you didn't get raped for thousands try to get a high end 1366 setup.

So your answer is 1155 by far.

Edit. 0.0 I missed out being first post on this one by far... lol hope I helped though.
Yeah, im stoked that its this inexpensive and this good what do you think of the ASUS P8P67 LE B3 though?
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Yeah, im stoked that its this inexpensive and this good what do you think of the ASUS P8P67 LE B3 though?
It will do the job and you'll get at least 4.5GHz! At a guess
Just make sure you get P67, not H67

He's a Video about the ASUS P67 MoBos

Well worth a watch IMO

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post #16 of 55
Yeah, I hear its a good board. I have used asus for a long time have always used them. I just decided to get a gigabyte this time just to try it out.

Check this out and it will help your informed decision. http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...therboard.html
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post #17 of 55
I am still a fan of 1366 myself! Although 1155 is newer and overclocks really well! I believe it was designed to compete with bulldozer,. So you get enthusiast level performance for a afordable mainstream price!

(IMO) the best is yet to come and ivy bridge will be DESTROYING all other intell sockets! ( just my opinion)! I do believe 1155/1366 are still they best choices for any new ( intell) build!
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Yeah, I hear its a good board. I have used asus for a long time have always used them. I just decided to get a gigabyte this time just to try it out.

Check this out and it will help your informed decision. http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...therboard.html
Wow i cant wait for this to work out, my first rig will be kickass.

+Rep to ACHILEE5 and Anti!!
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Wow i cant wait for this to work out, my first rig will be kickass.
+Rep to ACHILEE5 and Anti!!
It certainly will be
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What do you think of the board?
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