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post #41 of 61
See that "limited unlock" quad core processor?
Massive slap in the face from Intel. It's still an extreme edition processor, on an extreme edition platform, and it's probably gonna be the most affordable/one we buy the most (if any of them are affordable), and yet it's still only a limited unlock.

This is an extreme platform, there should be no limits whatsoever on anything. There is simply NO tolerance for such a thing. INTEL, I AM DISSAPOINT
Edited by xd_1771 - 4/26/11 at 3:41pm
post #42 of 61
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See that "limited unlock" quad core processor?
Massive slap in the face from Intel. It's still an extreme edition processor, on an extreme edition platform, and it's probably gonna be the most affordable/one we buy the most (if any of them are affordable), and yet it's still only a limited unlock.
That one isn't an extreme edition chip.
post #43 of 61
Then what's the use of one being on the LGA2011 platform?
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The roadmap states that the limited unlock will allow up to six bins of overclocking above the maximum Turbo frequencies, which means that even that chip should be able to hit up to 4.5GHz (with appropriate cooling, motherboard, etc.)
Since quad channel likely won't do anything over dual channel.... then it would be a waste to put that on LGA2011, and since the other processors really won't be affordable, then the entire platform is a waste. Much better to go LGA1155... or perhaps AM3+
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Then what's the use of one being on the LGA2011 platform?
idk, but I'm sure there is someone out there that needs something 2011 has but doesnt need to OC or need more than 4 cores. Maybe they will release a K edition of that chip for $20 more like they did with the 2500 and 2600.
post #45 of 61
I'll take 2 of the Xeon versions of that 6/12 and a supermicro board, x264 eat your heart out.
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Why hello AMD's Bulldozer you're looking quite good today. Did you do something to your hair or...?
post #47 of 61
I don't get it why some in this tread claim that 6 core variants will not be as fast as SB.
Its based on SB but without IGP, which is replaced by the 2 additional cores and cache and maybe some extra die space is taken up. Oh and TDP will be in 130ish.

Its going to be clock for clock the same, maybe better due to quad memory support as SB 1155, but 2 more cores.

What the hell (some) of you people on?
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What the hell (some) of you people on?
They on Jelly

But in all seriousness unless you need that much power then it won't be that much faster than SB as the extra juice will likely be wasted.
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They on Jelly

But in all seriousness unless you need that much power then it won't be that much faster than SB as the extra juice will likely be wasted.
It wont be faster by a huge margin, hell in most real world scenarios the extra 2 channels will not make a difference.
I'm probably upgrading to the 6 core variant, my system is slowly becoming outdated.
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Not sure why you'd buy a Quad Core LGA2011 processor, but okay.
I would imagine it would be because you only had 2,300.00 dollars to spend on a CPU and the Extreme Edition quad was the only one you could afford.
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