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Nobody is buying their limited i5s/i3s besides OEMs/commercial system builders, let alone a freaking i7.
You do realize OEMs/Commercial builders account for ~99% of all sales, right? And that's likely to remain true even with the 2011 chipset, right? "Nobody" - right.
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$583 for a 6 core? Is this a joke? Looks like I'll be going BD after all.
Sorry to hear that your taking a downgrade from what you have

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Intel needs to learn how to price their stuff. Nuff said, time to get BD.
We have yet to see any benches and this was just a rumor.

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Well, I thought I was gonna ride the Sandy Bridge E saddle but I guess not anymore. After seeing these prices I am far more inclined to wait for Ivy Bridge now. Hopefully Ivy Bridge and Keplar will land around the same time frame.
For Intel you pay for performance not budget CPUs.

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not surprised at all, Intel really dosn't think when they price, But if their EE processors were more like $350 (i wish), my name would be INTELrocks.
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Interesting... but really... whether they are worth what Intel is going to charge depends on how they perform, as always. I'm definitely interested to see a comparison of the non-K series 3820 against the 2600K. How will it stack up without the unlocked multiplier...?
1- From what I heard the base overclocking in SB-E is not going to be limited like SB

2-Anandtech says that 3820 is going to have partially unlocked multi (6 bins above max turbo)

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As with other i7 processors, all the new chips support Hyper-Threading, and while the hex-core chips will be fully multiplier unlocked the quad-core offering will be a “limited unlock”. The roadmap states that the limited unlock will allow up to six bins of overclocking above the maximum Turbo frequencies
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Idk, the prices kinda make me wanna say screw it, and get a 2500k. But I know as soon as I do I will regret it.

And this other thing I read said more SB-E chips will come in Q1 2011 (although I'm not sure its ivy bridge) that will replace these like the 2800k and two other ones. Will ivy bridge have a 2500k type processor for lga 2012?
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It will be many a year before I spend such crazy amounts on cpu's. Man I just want BD to come out already or some benches...

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Idk, the prices kinda make me wanna say F**** it, and get a 2500k. But I know as soon as I do I will regret it.

And this other thing I read said more SB-E chips will come in Q1 2011 (although I'm not sure its ivy bridge) that will replace these like the 2800k and two other ones. Will ivy bridge have a 2500k type processor for lga 2012?
ib is lga 1155 like sb. sbe is lga 2011.
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You do realize OEMs/Commercial builders account for ~99% of all sales, right? And that's likely to remain true even with the 2011 chipset, right? "Nobody" - right.
Hey, Herpy McDerp, I was talking about retail sales (i.e. direct to customers, not through manufacturers)...they're outsold by their unlocked counterparts at like a 50-1 ratio in the PC stores here. If they plan on releasing a locked i7, they may as well keep it to themselves and OEMs like Dell/Acer/HP and not even bother selling it through retailers.

And even commercial system builders (for schools/colleges etc) have wised up to make up the difference for an unlocked CPU, since the price difference between them is almost non-existant...
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6 core sandy bridge e = 10 core bulldozer

And im being generous with that assumption.
Too generous

Many people here are comparing these prices in line with current intel "mainstream" sandybridge processors and you forget these new chips will be enthusiast therefore priced higher just like 1366 was. Perhaps the i5 2500k and i7 2600k perform too good for their price point?, it really seems like no matter what intel does the masses here are unhappy!.

Intel give us 1155 for peanuts money with the capability of 5ghz, now they release the x79 2011 and your all screaming that they are priced so high!. meh switch to amd then!
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6 core sandy bridge e = 10 core bulldozer

And im being generous with that assumption.
Ya and either of those CPU's will perform the exact same in gaming.
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$583 for a 6 core? Is this a joke? Looks like I'll be going BD after all.
We need some competition before the price will drop... If BD just came out already the prices for the other Sandy Bridge processors would also probably drop.
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We need some competition before the price will drop... If BD just came out already the prices for the other Sandy Bridge processors would also probably drop.
You mean the current i5 and i7 1155 ?

Intel will not drop the price of the upcoming sb-e processors without competition..... unfortunately
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