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Unless they start making some i7s without Hyperthreading, no thanks. I think I'll go with AMD's enhanced 10 core next year instead, just hoping they make some PCI-E 3.0 motherboards ready before then. Whoever gets PCI-E 3.0/quad channel mobos first, be it AMD or Intel, will probably get my money.

and what does having quad channel memory controler give you more then a dual channel mem controler ????





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Not as pointless as Hype-err-treading...

its pointless if the program your using dont provide enough mem access to fill up the memory controler ....



so yes its pointless for desktop needs ... but intel uses it for pr
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So was I, but no.

It seems the 1155 socket (P67) is only going to be used for the performance and mainstream CPUs. So the first wave of SB, the first wave of IB.

SB-E will not support, or be supported by, 1155. That will be socket LGA2011.
so in few words, I can get either "low lvl" SB-E and Ivy ? not that I would toss in a 1,000 bucks processor in anyway lol ... but would be cool to get a 4 core Ivy Bridge, that should be possible right ?
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Well a later release is disappointing as I was hoping to get an ivy bridge laptop early next year, now it seems like it may be close to summer by the time they release
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and what does having quad channel memory controler give you more then a dual channel mem controler ????
for most people... just a larger visa bill

if this road map is true then it puts Intel at a disadvantage should bulldozer perform well... as it stands the 2600k challenges the 990x in performance (wins in lightly threaded tasks, but the 990x takes the cake in heavily multithreaded tasks) so if intel were to release a 2700 or a 2800 in response to BD it would further eat into the high-end.

however at this point it is still a big IF
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So when they say "limited unlocked" does that mean overclocking will be like my current p55, where I change base clock and I only have a certain range of multiplier I can choose, or is it going to be like the 2600 and 2500 non k current sandy bridge overclocking? I mean 2011 is enthusiast socket, so it should overclock like 1366
i was wondering the same, i fear it will be like 2500/2600 not unlocked chips, but if it's not the case i might buy the quad core on LGA 2011
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and what does having quad channel memory controler give you more then a dual channel mem controler ????

its pointless if the program your using dont provide enough mem access to fill up the memory controler ....

so yes its pointless for desktop needs ... but intel uses it for pr
Would it not give also access to more ram not only bandwidth? I mean 16 gigs is all nice but 32 gigs of ram would be better. There is funny thing with RAM - what you have will always end up consumed eventually
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i was wondering the same, i fear it will be like 2500/2600 not unlocked chips, but if it's not the case i might buy the quad core on LGA 2011
Thats what I really want to know because my birthday is in july and I don't want to get 1155 if 2011 comes out a month later and is much better for not all that much more.
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so in few words, I can get either "low lvl" SB-E and Ivy ? not that I would toss in a 1,000 bucks processor in anyway lol ... but would be cool to get a 4 core Ivy Bridge, that should be possible right ?

No SB-E chips will be 1155 compatible. They'll all be LGA2011 (is that X79, guys? I don't know. Think so.).

You'll be able to run the first wave of IB chips on there, but not SB-E or IB-E.
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Guys, post 29 in this thread should have answered all those questions on socket compatibility.

X79 roadmap:


This roadmap here has the sockets at the bottom and color differentiates them:


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Ivy Bridge is also a Die Shrink. and not a New Architecture. It is a Die Shrink of Sandy Bridge Enthusiast. Haswell will replace Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge as a 22nm new architecture in 2013.
I'm well aware that Ivy Bridge is a die shrink "Tick" as seeing in the image I posted. I never implied that it was a new architecture.



All I said was Sandy Bridge is 32nm.

Ivy Bridge is 22nm.

Remember when this article 1st came out, claiming that IB would be 20% faster over Sandy Bridge?
http://vr-zone.com/articles/ivy-brid...dge/11061.html

Now it makes sense since Ivy Bridge is bringing 3D transistors as well, not just a die shrink.
http://www.overclock.net/hardware-ne...gy-really.html

Personally, I was looking forward to a 6 - 8 Core Ivy Bridge processor for my next upgrade, but it doesn't seem like we'll get it until 2H 2012.
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Where is x79?
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