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Ivy Bridge is mainly a die shrink from Sandy Bridge. The performance at stock may be around the same, but I anticipate some insane overclocks with lower voltage. Even if it's not much of an improvement over SB, I'd buy it for the lower power consumption and overclocking headroom. (The difference between Dual and Quad channel RAM isn't enough to use it for the argument it will automatically be "better". I will certainly make it easier to install more RAM without shelling out for expensive high-capacity (<4Gb each) DIMMS. Which means you can get two cheaper 2x2 DDR3 kits that have awesome timings and frequency, and end up with a lot of memory for cheap.
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Ivy Bridge is mainly a die shrink from Sandy Bridge. The performance at stock may be around the same, but I anticipate some insane overclocks with lower voltage. Even if it's not much of an improvement over SB, I'd buy it for the lower power consumption and overclocking headroom. (The difference between Dual and Quad channel RAM isn't enough to use it for the argument it will automatically be "better". I will certainly make it easier to install more RAM without shelling out for expensive high-capacity (<4Gb each) DIMMS. Which means you can get two cheaper 2x2 DDR3 kits that have awesome timings and frequency, and end up with a lot of memory for cheap.
still.. i wouldn't say that is much improvement
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I will certainly make it easier to install more RAM without shelling out for expensive high-capacity (<4Gb each) DIMMS. Which means you can get two cheaper 2x2 DDR3 kits that have awesome timings and frequency, and end up with a lot of memory for cheap.
Then you just get the same thing but have more modules which defeats the purpose. 4x 4GB DIMMs (4GB DIMMs aren't expensive anymore) is plenty for most people, and for those it's not, 8x 2GB DIMMs won't net you any more memory anyway. It defeats the purpose to get LGA 2011 and then go with... 4GB budget RAM.

Also, is LGA 2011 confirmed to have eight RAM slots? If not, then it's not a factor anyway.
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Then you just get the same thing but have more modules which defeats the purpose. 4x 4GB DIMMs (4GB DIMMs aren't expensive anymore) is plenty for most people, and for those it's not, 8x 2GB DIMMs won't net you any more memory anyway. It defeats the purpose to get LGA 2011 and then go with... 4GB budget RAM.

Also, is LGA 2011 confirmed to have eight RAM slots? If not, then it's not a factor anyway.
and what should we do with more ram?
games dont even use 4GB ram
isn't windows 8 comming out next year or so?
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Price wise all we can do is guess until it is released, stating a estimated price would just be pointless right now.
     
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post #16 of 41
I was talking about 4GB in relation to someone buying an LGA 2011 platform, not 4GB on the whole. I wouldn't consider 4GB as justification for someone getting an LGA 2011 platform.

How much you need is an entirely different subject, but it's important to note that games not using 4GB themselves does not equal we don't need it.
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Price wise all we can do is guess until it is released, stating a estimated price would just be pointless right now.
Prices for the CPUs has been released as far as I know. Unless you get the lowest four core model, which is essentially a semi-locked Core i7 2600K with 2MB more L2 cache (costs just under $300 if I remember right), you're paying ~$500 right there for the CPU alone, not counting the board and RAM and CPU cooler (they don't include CPU coolers, albeit most people buying these get aftermarkets ones I suppose).
post #18 of 41
For gaming there won't be much difference but LGA 2011 will support much faster CPUs and will make for some pretty powerful workstation and server systems.
post #19 of 41
the LGA 2011 spacing between RAM slots/cpu will be very limited there for LC is the way to go which means more $ ,for every day user/gamer 1155 is more then you will need for quite some time ,LGA 2011 is for bragging rights and E-peen ..do i want it yes ..if it's not stupid expensive
    
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Gaming: The main reason to go SB-E will be native 32x PCIe (dual 16x, or quad 8x)

Encoding/Rendering: SB level of performance on 6-8 cores (plus hyper-threading) would yield an increase of 50-100% respectively.

IMHO
Edited by Ishinomori - 8/20/11 at 10:57pm
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