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Sandy Bridge vs Nehalem vs Bulldozer vs Piledriver {BENCHMARKS!!!}

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Artas1984, Dec 14, 2012.

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    Interesting. Not much of an advantage in gaming
     
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    Just wanted to chime in and say, great work.
     
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    Got any of these to test out :laugh: FX8350, 3570k, 3770k, 4670k & 4770k :rockout:
     
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    Have 3570K and 2500S. The point would be to OC both of them to 4 GHz and see how they compare from the architecture point of view. Perhaps i will do that soon.
     
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    i love that thread xD im glad i didnt took the option of a I7-3820 over my I7-920 not much an upgrade in the end :D

    indeed 200$ is a sweetspot for the price of a CPU, its just the double of the price i paid for a ASUS Rampage III Extreme, i7-920 and 12gb 1600 ram.
     

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