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February 16, 2012 11:40:06 AM

alright i have a budget of £900
but i have a slight dilema, buy the pc now and get an i5 2500k setup or wait for ivy bridge.

z68 v pro/gen 3
gtx 560 ti
windows 7 home premium 64 bit
modxstream 700w
i5 2500k
250gb 7200 rpm seagate momentus
sony CD drive
8gb G-Skill ripjaw ram

or i wait 2 months and get the same set up except a
z77 mboard
gtx 650 ti
i7 ivy bridge.

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February 16, 2012 2:32:32 PM

From where do you know how those parts will perform ?
Now you know the 2500k is a verry good processor and 560Ti is a good video card.
February 16, 2012 3:45:02 PM

batterz said:
alright i have a budget of £900
but i have a slight dilema, buy the pc now and get an i5 2500k setup or wait for ivy bridge.

z68 v pro/gen 3
gtx 560 ti
windows 7 home premium 64 bit
modxstream 700w
i5 2500k
250gb 7200 rpm seagate momentus
sony CD drive
8gb G-Skill ripjaw ram

or i wait 2 months and get the same set up except a
z77 mboard
gtx 650 ti
i7 ivy bridge.



Why wait for Ivy Bridge, when you have the best gaming CPU in the market? You know the best way to buy a new released CPU is when after 4-6 months when you can read users review about its performance in every benchmarks.
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February 16, 2012 6:58:11 PM

Im just wondering will the ivy bridge z77 mboard make a big enough difference to justify waiting 2 months more?
February 16, 2012 7:25:44 PM

batterz said:
Im just wondering will the ivy bridge z77 mboard make a big enough difference to justify waiting 2 months more?



I can't say anything because It is not even released yet. Z68 chipset boards LGA 1155 socket will also be compatible to Ivy Bridge CPU's. If you go to the Intel's Website it doesn't say anything about Ivy Bridge yet, they only say it made in 22 nm architecture.
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