what a load of rubbish, the 2700k is just cherry picked for best overclocking, compare it to the 2500k if anything.
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[QUOTE="Avenger1324"]The i5 2500K offers so much bang for your buck it's hard to look elsewhere if you want a good gaming CPUSelkc
isnt the amd a8 about the same cpu performance wise? but i5 doesn't have graphics in it thats even close to the a8Nope, the 2500k is considerably better for gaming, and blows it out of the water when bot are overclocked.
You have no idea what you are talking about mate!
[QUOTE="Daytona_178"][QUOTE="04dcarraher"] Isnt going to happen MS is going with AMD APU, and Sony will be most likely reusing the Cell architecture. 04dcarraher
You should look it up... :PWe have no idea what they will use, end of story for now.
[QUOTE="evildead6789"]depends what the new consoles do. If the new xbox or playstation have sandy bridge technology or ivy bridge technology, it will be obsolete fast.04dcarraherIsnt going to happen MS is going with AMD APU, and Sony will be most likely reusing the Cell architecture. You have no idea what you are talking about mate!
I think ATI make really good cards, although I personally prefer NVIDIA for the followinh:
- Better drivers
- CUDA supporting Folding@Home
- NVIDIA 3D version.2
- TWIMTBP (AKA, working closely with developers to help them optimize their game!)
Ghz is one of the factors that determines how powerful your CPU is. BUT for example the general architecture of the CPU is more important. If you got a 3Ghz from 5 years ago and compared it to a new 2ghz CPU, they new one would be LOADS better. BUT a 3Ghz new CPU will be better than a 2Ghz new CPU. I hope that sort of helps.