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post #51 of 72
Only Asrock would really take advantage of this, if it's true.
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post #52 of 72
IMO you will not be able to put a 1366 CPU into an LGA 2011 board however I do believe that this document could indeed be very real. It states that "Intel itself prepares to release two mainboards based on X79 chipset". Now this would mean there will be a 1366 X79 board and an LGA 2011 board. Another possibility is a Hybrid like Asus's combined with LGA 2011. The only Issue I would see with that is you would still need an LGA 2011 Porcessor for it to function due to the fact that SATA, PCI-E and USB all run through the CPU in sandybridge. I may be worng on that last point but if I am right then a Hybrid is quite pointless to people who didn't own an LGA 1366 processor. Intel is a business and here to make money. It is not financially viable IMO to make Hybrids on a large scale so 1366 X79 is the more likely outcome.
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post #53 of 72
The sockets won't work but the chipset is pretty obvious seeing Asus's new X79 board with a LGA1366 and LGA2011 socket.
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Oh great let's buy a ferrari and put a ford engine into it
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Oh great let's buy a ferrari and put a ford engine into it
Not quite!
 
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post #56 of 72
More news of this cropping up over the internet everywhere. This is interesting.

Is intel finally listening to its consumers and not forcing everyone to buy into new gen tech at every release? ivy cpus compatible with 1155, 1366 cpu's compatible with x79
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post #57 of 72
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Oh great let's buy a ferrari and put a ford engine into it
"Let's buy a 2011 Ferrari and put a 2009 Ferrari engine in it"

The original i7 9xx's are still quite powerful for gaming needs.
    
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post #58 of 72
asus's dual socket CPu board, i gotta clear this up. This is from one of their engineers explaining how the board works, and how different combos don't.
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post #59 of 72
INTEL BACKWARDS COMPATABILITY WHAAAA...?
most interesting.
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Have you not seen this yet?



Granted it is a concept, but I'm sure they've had some success with it, otherwise why would they reveal it?

There's probably a way for both CPUs to communicate with each other.
that makes it more believable.
still taking it with a grain of salt, but it might be true.

lets wait and see.
    
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INTEL BACKWARDS COMPATABILITY WHAAAA...?
most interesting.

that makes it more believable.
still taking it with a grain of salt, but it might be true.

lets wait and see.
I wonder if both 2011 and 1366 cpu's could be used at the same time? Or only 1 cpu plugged into the board at any one time
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