Intel Next Generation Core i5-2500K and i7-2600K “Sandy Bridge” Processors Reviewed

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    Thank you mister Bogmali. Agreed on the 1366 replacements. I got a Core i7-3820 I’ve been toying around with to see how well it does against the 2600K. In some tests, there’s very little difference. In media encoding, there’s an improvement as well as big data file compiling. Otherwise, smaller programs don’t seem to be large enough to make much a difference.

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