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I would have to agree with others in that it only makes sense to go sandy bridge right now. For the price, performance, it's just a great deal.
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but i dont know what to get, to my 1366 looks the better for gaming and OCing so im just asking which is the better for gaming.
Field Applications engineer for intel, a video explaining Sandy Bride & gaming choice platform>

@ 11mins 40 seconds into video>

"These products (SandyBridge) deliver an amazing graphical experience, for the Mainstream gamer,even for the Enthusiast gamer...

So, even though our X58 products are still the gaming platform of choice,
for enthusiasts......"




you decide
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Field Applications engineer for intel, a video explaining Sandy Bride & gaming choice platform>

@ 11mins 40 seconds into video>

"These products (SandyBridge) deliver an amazing graphical experience, for the Mainstream gamer,even for the Enthusiast gamer...

So, even though our X58 products are still the gaming platform of choice,
for enthusiasts......"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGxMdwJ1Rjk


you decide
Just no. Looking at any gaming benchmarks will show you that Sandy Bridge is faster in games. The only thing, X58 has, is 6 cores. Games don't use 6 cores. SB is faster per clock and clocks higher.
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Take a look at the Asrock Extreme4. Usually $155 and performs as well as any board on the market. 2500K for gaming and if you have a Microcenter near you they are only $179.99 plus tax.
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Just no. Looking at any gaming benchmarks will show you that Sandy Bridge is faster in games. The only thing, X58 has, is 6 cores. Games don't use 6 cores. SB is faster per clock and clocks higher.
This is just wrong!! Its the gpu that makes it faster in games not the processer!!! FPS IN GAME DEPEND ON THE GPU !!!!!
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Just no. Looking at any gaming benchmarks will show you that Sandy Bridge is faster in games. The only thing, X58 has, is 6 cores. Games don't use 6 cores. SB is faster per clock and clocks higher.
Agreed.
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Wow i cant wait for this to work out, my first rig will be kickass.

+Rep to ACHILEE5 and Anti!!
Yep Yep!

And thank you for your appreciation.
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why not try the biostar tp67xe? it looks like a great motherboard and very cheap to boot. 139$ and you get to go sli/cfx if you want. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813138317
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I've run 5.1 GHz, just have to give enough Vcore. Really, the OC doesn't tell much without also posting the Vcore.
Cool

Do MSI motherboards come with the UEFI bios?

OP, I found the bod who had a problem with the Coolermaster V6!
And without some special washers, it can short the motherboard out

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Was it someone here, that said that the Coolmaster V6's back-plate can short out 1155 MoBos?
I did. why? CoolerMaster confirmed it was an issue but they denied responsibility claiming it to be limited to ASUS boards and not their problems they said I should get another board and that would fix the problem with their cooler. Alternatively they said I could fill out a request form for some washers that I shouldn't use with the backplate, I could use them but they say using them with the backplate is possible but not recommended. I hate their support took me 3 days to actually talk to someone.
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That one will be fine
But if you want Sli later! Maybe go for the ASUS P8P67 PRO $245.00.

That Coolmaster V6. Do you already own it?
Because "I could be wrong" but. I think I read that the Coolmaster V6's backplate can short out 1155 MoBos

The CoolerMaster Hyper 212+ $33.00 is popular
Yeah looks like im going with the Hyper 212+. And are these anti static wristbands worth it or are they a waste of money really?
Edited by Gawdz - 4/16/11 at 6:25pm
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