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    Default 2600 or 2600K


    Hello,

    Can you tell me the difference between intel 2600 and 2600K have identical characteristics.

    Thank you.

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    Hello,

    Version "K" brings two things:
    - The multiplier is unlocked (for overclocking)
    - The integrated graphics chip is more powerful (HD 3000 Graphics Graphics cons HD 2000)

    For overclocking, take a motherboard with P67 chipset.
    To use the integrated graphics chip (whatever version: 2000 or 3000), take a motherboard chipset based H67.

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    Is powerful enough to play Sims 3 on screen 22 "with resolution of 1600 x 1200 with every detail thoroughly kazi, or do not dream too?

    If I take an inch P67, the graphics chip is disabled?

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    Already in 640x480 I am not convinced, but then in high resolutions is not even worth trying, seriously just look at the HFR test to see that the IGP does not work miracles, it can possibly be enough to run games in 720p fairly recent graphics options but without any.

    And indeed we need a Mobal H67 to be able to use the PGI.

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    On the one hand, the 2600 rises to 3.8 GHz with the coefficients of the turbo, and I do not know what game you would come to be CPU limited at this frequency.

    They are not gamers who earn more to spend to upgrade K, far away. On the other hand, if you buy a 2600 for the office, then you are (too) high.

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    Had to choose if you take a Mobal in P67, both from the model k for ten euros more it will rise in overall performance over the CB and thus ensure a better return it.

    Yes I admit that after only 2600K for office is not the most logical.

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    Ha but I did not say otherwise. I totally agree, given the relatively small price difference, I more likely to advise models K.What I contested was the statement "K gamer, not K for office."It makes me think of the extreme motherboards over 300 called "gamer" while 99.75% of gamers have absolutely no use of their advanced features.

    A bit like the last Asus Maximus Extreme IV (Republic of Gamers) charged more than 350 , and that does not even have two PCI-E 2.0 X16, while the main asset of which is a hardcore gamer could emergency use SLI or Crossfire.

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    You are competent to invoke the fsb but not by any substantive assets on the new Sandy Connection architecture - mostly we fuck only seen roughly 0-10 MHz amount on these chips, so monumental overclocking cannot be through by maximizing the fsb.

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