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Poll Results: What Will You Next CPU Be?

 
  • 6% (6)
    Sandy Bridge-E. I prefer Quad-Channel RAM over 22nm.
  • 23% (20)
    Ivy Bridge. It's cheaper, 22nm and comes out only a few month after.
  • 6% (6)
    Waiting for an 'SR-2'-style Dual-Socket LGA2011 board and 16 cores!
  • 36% (31)
    It's finally AMD's time to shine. Go competition!
  • 12% (11)
    Perfectly happy with my 2600k. Maybe I'll get Ivy Bridge-E in two years.
  • 13% (12)
    Already got an i7-920. Gonna put all my money on Kepler.
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post #41 of 47
It's beyond me how people can be "leaning" towards IB.

You don't know jack about how BD will perform, so any non biased computer enthusiast will stay neutral. In the end; biased people are the ones losing out. Their fanboy epeen can't take a hit and they will always buy their favored brand even though it's not really a good thing to do.

Who's really the bad ugly loser here? Bias is such a destroying thing, isn't it. There's so much ignorance on the Intel side it's getting sad. Hehe bro, go back in time when Intel was licking AMD's feet, it ain't long ago. BD might as well create this gap.

As for me: as long as BD is better than SB I'll be getting it. IB release is too much of a wait, but I'll buy if it's really that good.
Edited by Stefy - 4/29/11 at 3:10pm
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post #42 of 47
I answered Ivy but I'll absolutely go back to AMD if they surprise everyone with 'dozer.
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I just bought an 920 today, gonna wait and hold onto 1336 for like 2 years, but will upgrade the CPU when ivy comes out, cause then 6 core 1336s will drop.
    
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post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by 2010rig View Post
This. Especially if they get to the $300 - $400 mark. Else, it'll be an 8-core IB.

I'm building a 2nd rig , and if BD delivers, my 2nd rig will be BD based, otherwise it'll be a 2600K.
But why would you get two year-old technology?

Even if the SB-E or IV 6-cores are 500$+, which is highly unlikely, they'll still give you more performance per $ than a 300-400$ i7-970.
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post #45 of 47
Quote:
Originally Posted by Track View Post
But why would you get two year-old technology?

Even if the SB-E or IV 6-cores are 500$+, which is highly unlikely, they'll still give you more performance per $ than a 300-400$ i7-970.
The SB-E six cores will cost more most likely. 500 or so I am guessing.
    
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post #46 of 47
Ill be waiting for keplar,my i7 runs everything flawlessly why change now?
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Originally Posted by OutlawII View Post
Ill be waiting for keplar,my i7 runs everything flawlessly why change now?
Well, personally, I love my 2600k.

But also because if you have P67, you can upgrade to Ivy Bridge no hassle.

So, you'd have 2600k, as opposed to 930, and then have Ivy Bridge for free (considering you sell you 2600k).

No, but, I agree about saving your money, if you're on a budget.
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