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Pointless thread is pointless.

OP, your socket is dead. Like it or not, it has run its course and now it has nothing left to live for. 1366 is still a powerful socket, and currently offers the only option to use a hex core with HT, but that will change in the coming months, and there will be ZERO reason for anyone to buy a 1366 setup.

Nw0rb, I hate to burst your bubble, but TWO six cores with HT are going to smash a 2500k in anything. Gaming, benching, encoding, you name it, they are going to win. So, stop trolling.
Oh really well according to intel they wont be releasing 6 cores for lga 2011 only for the server side xeons etc so i think lga 1366 still has a advantage and as far as it being dead your totally wrong people are still buying sr-2 like hotcakes why cause my sr-2 will still be strong even when the 2011 sockets come out and im sure well see people like kingpin and others prove that again.
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Pointless thread is pointless.

OP, your socket is dead. Like it or not, it has run its course and now it has nothing left to live for. 1366 is still a powerful socket, and currently offers the only option to use a hex core with HT, but that will change in the coming months, and there will be ZERO reason for anyone to buy a 1366 setup.

Nw0rb, I hate to burst your bubble, but TWO six cores with HT are going to smash a 2500k in anything. Gaming, benching, encoding, you name it, they are going to win. So, stop trolling.
Okie coming from somone with 50 post lawl i give up you cought me im trolling
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Okie coming from somone with 50 post lawl i give up you cought me im trolling
OK great you have double the post and 1 rep. Real competition there!
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OK great you have double the post and 1 rep. Real competition there!
Dam your good
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No, there will definitely be 6 and 8 core 2011 chips. Maybe not released in the year 2011, but for socket 2011, those chips will be available. Even if they don't come in the form of a desktop CPU, and it's only a xeon, as long as it's a socket 2011 xeon it won't matter...

I seriously doubt that SR-2s are selling like hotcakes, unless someone just wants to buy them before they aren't available anymore.

and Nw0rb, I assure you that just because I have a low post count, doesn't mean I'm not smart enough to know that 12 cores beats 4... l2math, kid. My 4 rep at half your post count shows that I'm actually contributing, unlike you and your troll posts.
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Pointless thread is pointless.

OP, your socket is dead. Like it or not, it has run its course and now it has nothing left to live for. 1366 is still a powerful socket, and currently offers the only option to use a hex core with HT, but that will change in the coming months, and there will be ZERO reason for anyone to buy a 1366 setup.

Nw0rb, I hate to burst your bubble, but TWO six cores with HT are going to smash a 2500k in anything. Gaming, benching, encoding, you name it, they are going to win. So, stop trolling.
And what about benchmarks that only use 1 or 2 threads? 24 Threads is great, but not every program can use them.
post #37 of 139
Although 1366 is still strong & I couldn't recommend upgrading from 1366, at the same time unless someone is doing work that can be improved by a hexcore cpu I really can't recommend buying a new 1366 rig (unless it comes out cheaper used or something & the buyer is strapped for cash).
For anything using 8 threads or less 1155 does have higher performance, if building a new rig without needing a hexcore sandy bridge is the way to go.
    
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Oh really well according to intel they wont be releasing 6 cores for lga 2011 only for the server side xeons etc so i think lga 1366 still has a advantage and as far as it being dead your totally wrong people are still buying sr-2 like hotcakes why cause my sr-2 will still be strong even when the 2011 sockets come out and im sure well see people like kingpin and others prove that again.
Huh..? No Six Cores...?

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That is why I still went with 1366 early this year even when people were rockin 1155 chips
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That is why I still went with 1366 early this year even when people were rockin 1155 chips
Confused what is why ?
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