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I only play this, elite dangerous and Assetto Corsa and general pottering about on the internet, dvd's etc.

 

So is it worth it going from a 2500k to 7700k (with a z270 of course)?

 

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It will be like 15% faster...approximately. Dont expect wonders as you come from SandyBridge @ 4.2 :)

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Yeah, that's what I'm thinking. Although my bonus is sitting in my bank!! You think it'll be worth waiting for Cannonlake instead?

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If you are lucky you may get a 5er 7700k :) With a good cooling I would run 5 24/7 if the Volts stay in normal regions, but still...its like 20% then only...after 6 years.

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It will be like 15% faster...approximately. Dont expect wonders as you come from SandyBridge @ 4.2 :)

 

closer to 30% core per core, and the 7700K can clock higher than sandy bridge. in multithreading the difference should be much higher due to having 4 extra logical cores.

 

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Thanks all. I've decided on an i5 7600k with an MSI M5 z270 and got 16 gb Crucial Ballistix ddr4 and a Bequiet 240mm AIO cooler and I'll try and oc it to around 4.7-4.8 mark. The cash is there for something so I may as well splash out!!

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closer to 30% core per core, and the 7700K can clock higher than sandy bridge. in multithreading the difference should be much higher due to having 4 extra logical cores.

 

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It depends on the Sandy you refer to I have to say.

 

My old Sandy went 4.8 and also did 5.0, it even booted and loaded OS at over 5.2xGHz.

 

At 5.0 GHz your 7700k will be SMOKED unless it is overclocked too, no doubt !!!

 

IPC wise, the 7700k still has a tough time to keep up with a 6 year old CPU running wild.

 

 

It's a shame, but the truth. I could just beat my old Sandy by 75-100 points in Passmark IPC at 6700k @ 4.8GHz...so your 7700k has to run Flat-5 to make that 30% happen....and it wont be 30%..it will be max 5% faster...thats the tragedy at Intel right now.

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... if you run Dcs only as the general gaming landscape right now is shifting to 6 cores, in which case a quad core is bad investment.

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It has been talked about a lot here regarding the improvements on old v new CPU which is all very valid. But for me I view the upgrade through a wider lense of new motherboard features and connectivity options. Even if you aren't into the hype over LED lighting which seems to be all the rage now on motherboards, there are many new features that benefit the overall computing experience.

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