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Now before all of the "no way" posters start chiming in, take a good look at these benchmarks results...

The i5-2500K using only an air cooler did beat the single stage vapor phase change cooler (at -40 degrees!) that was cooling the Gulftown designed by Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking (in some of the benchmarks):

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http://www.liquidnitrogenoverclocking.com/trinity_lightning.shtml

http://www.liquidnitrogenoverclocking.com/trinity_plutonium_i.shtml

And here is the video showing the benchmarks results on the 5.27 GHz Gulftown as they were being run

http://www.youtube.com/user/LiquidNitrogenOC?feature=mhum
 

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being faster or not faster is totaly depended on application

if application can't support more than 4 cores

ofc sandy bridge wins
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in my eyes sandy bridge wins anyway because of funny price 999 usd
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Originally Posted by PokemonCraft;12039275
being faster or not faster is totaly depended on application

if application can't support more than 4 cores

ofc sandy bridge wins
smile.gif


in my eyese sandy bridge wins anyway because of funny price 999 usd
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There's also the fact that the Sandy Bridge's IMC is clocked at the same frequency as the CPU is. So it'll be faster because of the IMC.
 

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I looked at both links and the youtube video but not seeing where the i-5 beat the 980x. heres a ss of the 5ghz i-5 benchmarks from the link.

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Not doubting that the 5ghz is a formidable chip, just not seeing what you are. The youtube showed Wprime and cinebench and the 980x was twice as fast wasn't it?
 
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