They need to make non-Hyperthreaded 6 core i7s for LGA 2011 that are unlocked.
Finally the Core i7-3820 should be replacing the lower-end Core i7's and as such we're looking at US$294 price point. As such the Core i7-3820 will be cheaper than the Core i7-2600K, the question is how it will perform in comparison to Intel's top of the line LGA-1155 CPU.
I don't know what Intel were smoking when they decided to release limited overclocking CPUs on an "enthusiast" platform... Nobody is buying their limited i5s/i3s besides OEMs/commercial system builders, let alone a freaking i7.
Also, Intel should give us a 2500K for LGA 2011 only with no GPU built in, I bet it would hit 6GHz without the integrated GPU holding back the overclock (and PCI-E 3.0 x16 SLI and Crossfire as well as a quad channel controller would give it a hell of an advantage over the current 2500K).Edited by Am* - 8/15/11 at 5:35am