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imagine how this puppy is going to be able to OC!! eek.gif
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Originally Posted by ca.j.stokes View Post
I searched for it, this the first one.



Intel's discontinuing lga1366 and replacing it with this. I think at first it will be ~$1500, but once they clear the shelves of the remaining (two gens ago) i7s, then lga2011 should take their price points.

I think...
In other words, an SR2 with dual Xeons would still be cheaper and faster.


(Sorry, I am just so jelly of this and mad because I can't afford it )
    
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Where is the 47% increase in performance?!?!?!?
In SANDRA and SPEC it seems to be more because of the increase in memory bandwith (owing to an 33% increase in memory channels and and an increase in memory speed.) In cinebench there is only about 10% increase, but hey, it's all relative! And were these not the same applications that got similar gains from Nehalem's 3 Channels?

So until we get absolute values, it's all a bit fuzzy to me.
Edited by jammy4041 - 7/22/11 at 8:47am
    
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Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post
How many £ will that set us back?
$799 for 990X, $999 for 3960x. If it can be compared to all the previous extreme editions.
Edited by Xenthos - 7/22/11 at 9:13am
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Where is the 47% increase in performance?!?!?!?
In SANDRA and SPEC it seems to be more because of the 44% increase in memory and an increase in memory speed. In cinebench there is only about 10% increase, but hey, it's all relative!

So until we get absolute values, it's all a bit fuzzy to me.
Hopefully the news on this doesn't turn out like the news on BD.
    
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i7 3960x is going to be $1000

Just wait and see by yourself
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Most of the real world tests are less than a 15% improvement. Memory bandwidth means next to nothing if it can't be fully utilized.
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I'm still wondering if EVGA or Asus are going to come up with some SR2 equivalent for the new socket type for the extreme enthusiast or the power user who could take advantage of the processing horsepower.
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i7 990x $1000

i7 3960x $2000

(Just my estimate)
No. Intel it very consistent with their line of Extreme processors pricing. It will be in the price range all their extreme processors open at-- $1000-1200.

I've been waiting for socket 2011 to come out, I'm excited to see the results. It just hasn't been worth going from socket 1366 to 1155, so I decided to skip that generation.
Edited by whitingnick - 7/22/11 at 9:08am
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:/

Ill try and wait for the next socket set...
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