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post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by X-Country Dude96;14681302 
Well, I meant as far as BD. I'd have to upgrade my mobo after BD. It's just I mean I can skip out on a new motherboard every two generations of AMD Processors(since AMD has been doing that and hopefully continues). But like everyone else.. I agree Intel wink.gif EDIT: Oh, and Ivy-Bridge will be sticking with LGA1155. THANK GOD. smile.gif.. so yes Intel DEFINITELY. 2nd EDIT: Though several websites state that a new board will still be needed frown.gif

LGA2011 is Ivy-Bridges socket last time I checked...
post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by Paratrooper1n0;14681575 
LGA2011 is Ivy-Bridges socket last time I checked...

Well you were wrong when you checked. "Ivy Bridge" is a die shrink and tri gate tech, thats it. There will be processors for both 2011 and 1155 with the die shrink (aka "Ivy Bridge").
 
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post #13 of 24
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Originally Posted by nagle3092;14681642 
Well you were right, to an extent when you checked. "Ivy Bridge" is a die shrink and tri gate tech, thats it. There will be processors for both 2011 and 1155 with the die shrink (aka "Ivy Bridge").

Your sentence is miscued.
Corrected.
And thanks for the news.
post #14 of 24
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Originally Posted by Paratrooper1n0;14681575 
LGA2011 is Ivy-Bridges socket last time I checked...
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Originally Posted by Paratrooper1n0;14680758 
As an editor, gamer and folder. I will be getting AMD's BD series 8 core CPU's and most likely overclocking them.

Edit:
And it looks like some people have been living under a rock for the past couple months.

Oh the irony.

2011 is going to be Intel's "enthusiast" line, supporting SB-E and down the road IB-E. It is not IB's exclusive socket. IB will be running on 1155 as well on certain boards with bios flashes.

In short, both sockets will have their respective SB and IB processors.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/989691-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-socket-2011-a.html
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post #15 of 24
What am3+?
That's right...there's nothing to compare to the 2600k mate.
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post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by Raptor_Jesus;14681737 
Oh the irony.

2011 is going to be Intel's "enthusiast" line, supporting SB-E and down the road IB-E. It is not IB's exclusive socket. IB will be running on 1155 as well on certain boards with bios flashes.

In short, both sockets will have their respective SB and IB processors.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/989691-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-socket-2011-a.html

There is no irony there, good sir. Use logic next time you compare something. Last time I checked was a couple days ago. Weird how I never seen that thread. Well, thank you for the info. You could be less rude. (Implying can cause issues, I learned that the hard way)
post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by Paratrooper1n0;14681785 
There is no irony there, good sir. Use logic next time you compare something. Last time I checked was a couple days ago. Weird how I never seen that thread. Well, thank you for the info. You could be less rude. (Implying can cause issues, I learned that the hard way)

I just found it amusing that you were claiming people were living under a rock, while you yourself claimed that IBs socket was exclusively LGA 2011. Not sure what you mean by "just a couple days ago", this information has been out for months now.
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post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by Raptor_Jesus;14681809 
I just found it amusing that you were claiming people were living under a rock, while you yourself claimed that IBs socket was exclusively LGA 2011. Not sure what you mean by "just a couple days ago", this information has been out for months now.

I didn't claim. I merely said what I was told. The majority of IB info I saw 1 - 2 months ago looked like rumors to me.
post #19 of 24
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IB will be running on 1155 as well on certain boards with bios flashes

i would not be so sure.. s775 (and 1156 and 1155..) history shows that many things can happen. And as for future proofness of AM3+, it is last of this kind. next gen BD will be on totaly new socket. AMD confirmed that.

We are in quite strange situation here.
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by prznar1;14682140 
i would not be so sure.. s775 (and 1156 and 1155..) history shows that many things can happen. And as for future proofness of AM3+, it is last of this kind. next gen BD will be on totaly new socket. AMD confirmed that.

We are in quite strange situation here.

No. It's confirmed that IB will be working on 1155 boards with certain chipsets (Z68, P67, a few others, and the new chipset Intel will be releasing with the release of IB).
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