Bigig, I bet you been waiting to say that huh? =) Typical bystander response.
Hey skoreanime look you have a fan behind ya. Uh huh, right man. Can't to continue to debate with me so you decided to go to something is barely related to the topic now huh? First of all i did not even mention the word "expensive" to be begin with.
Damn you really are a noob, you expect a high overclocked system to stay in the low 30's C? I feel like I'm talking to someone without a brain here...
Sure, Core i7 alone is not expensive but if you add up altogether the hardware that support the Core i7 then you do the total cost =) Reread my last post if you wanna insist to look that statement regarding expensive.
You know what funny most people that try to argue with me tend to lacks reading comprehension =)
You implying I did by quoting me saying i7's cost more. And they do. Even just the CPU. And it doesn't change the fact that if you're upgrading to a i7, you're most likely replacing the motherboard too.
And you're the one who just threw out the low 30's comment. You have yet to prove it while all I have to do is just point to the Xtremesystems forums. There are too many topics on how hot the i7's are.
You're arguements go all awry because you keep twisting around statements and throwing out random jabber. I've been saying the same thing from the start.
Core i7's cost more. That's fact.
They are not worth the cost to upgrade to if you're on a Yorkfield/Wolfdale system.
They're much hotter then the Core 2 Quads. By your logic, you say because it's faster and more powerful it's all right for it to be hotter. Which means more power is being spent which is ridiculous. Technology is all about making things more efficient.
What really pisses me off is how you went and made this thread to jab at the general posters of this forum section. Just because they disagreed with you and how they don't view the i7's the same way you do. Then you start throwing out comments like noob? Real classy man.