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post #21 of 32
IMO it depends how successful Bulldozer is.

If BD is a flop, then intel can just bring out a new socket and won't have to worry about a thing. But if BD is a success, then they will most likely make it backwards compatible, so that their customers don't have to spend extra $$, so they have a better chance against BD
post #22 of 32
Selected manufactured P67 mobos will be able to use Ivy Bridge cpus with a bios update.

This news about Ivy Bridge being compatible with Sandy Bridge is always getting screwed up. Just click & read this... http://news.softpedia.com/news/Intel...s-195936.shtml
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
NOT TRUE.
And why do you support someone who makes a false statement?

You could run a Core 2 yorkfield quad (QX9650) in a Asus P5WDH, which was one of the first motherboards to support core 2 conroes, in fact, on the older revisions of the board, the earliest bios versions didn't even support conroes yet. Anyway all you needed (on 1.03 or 1.04 board version) was a BIOS upgrade to run the 45nm duals and quads.

So I just proved you wrong. I had that board. I should know. It ran a Qx9650 at 4 ghz, on a 975X chipset.
This^
I knew 775 had those features, just was lazy to look it up.
So definitely more confidence in getting a Z68 this month.



OT: woah Falk! haha surprised to find you here! It's me Kaizera from AVA (though not sure if you might remember). I quit when they killed the west server.
post #24 of 32
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Selected manufactured P67 mobos will be able to use Ivy Bridge cpus with a bios update.

This news about Ivy Bridge being compatible with Sandy Bridge is always getting screwed up. Just click & read this... http://news.softpedia.com/news/Intel...s-195936.shtml
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Sweet! Thanks for the awesome info guys!
     
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NOT true.
How come you could run a 45nm Yorkfield quad on a socket 975X board? I ran one on the P5WDH (QX9650 @ 4 ghz).

You could even run one on the 965P board (Asus P5B deluxe).
Hurray for one obscure example? That must justify their constant socket change because once they allowed this, one time. Go Intel, keep fighting for the consumer
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Hurray for one obscure example? That must justify their constant socket change because once they allowed this, one time. Go Intel, keep fighting for the consumer
Go AMD, keep being #2. Just like that one time AMD was better then Intel.
    
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Go AMD, keep being #2. Just like that one time AMD was better then Intel.
That one time which lasted from 1998 to Q3 2006.

Wow Intel, you're fantastic now that you've had the lead for the first time, now you know what it feels like.

In any case, thank you AMD for always meeting or exceeding my CPU needs at a much better cost than Intel. (Wait, you can get 110 FPS and I only get 90????? I should have spent $200 more on my CPU because that matters!)
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Go AMD, keep being #2. Just like that one time AMD was better then Intel.
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That one time which lasted from 1998 to Q3 2006.

Wow Intel, you're fantastic now that you've had the lead for the first time, now you know what it feels like.

In any case, thank you AMD for always meeting or exceeding my CPU needs at a much better cost than Intel. (Wait, you can get 110 FPS and I only get 90????? I should have spent $200 more on my CPU because that matters!)
Calm down fanboy's, no reason to get your panties in a bunch over a bunch of silicon.
     
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Calm down fanboy's, no reason to get your panties in a bunch over a bunch of silicon.
I AM CALM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1



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