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Poll Results: What are you getting?

 
  • 23% (83)
    Sandy Bridge-E
  • 62% (221)
    Ivy Bridge
  • 14% (52)
    Haswell or future
356 Total Votes  
post #231 of 1172
Quote:
Originally Posted by SeanWebster;15235817 
Q&A/Info

Sandy Bridge-E
Q: Release Date?
A: Sandy Bridge-E will launch on the 14th of November
Source

Q: Will GIGABYTE have real UEFI BIOS?
A: Yes!
Source

Q: How many PCI-E lanes will it support?
A: 40
Source

Q: What cooling solutions are shipping with the new CPUs?
A: The 3000 series will ship with liquid coolers made by Asetek
Source

Q. Are we looking at $999 for the top SB-E?
A. Yes, like always!


Ivy Bridge
Q: Will Ivybridge work with our current mobo's regardless of PCI-E 3.0?
A: Asus recently released a new BIOS which has ivy support but I am not sure about the other motherboards atm.

Q: Will IB have DirectX 11?
A: Yes
Source

Q: Release Date?
A: Q2 2012

Q. How much faster is Ivy Bridge going to be than Sandy Bridge?
A. 10-20% per core and the iGPU will be at least 20%

Q: IB really has 4K resolution support?
A: Yes
Source

Q. What chipsets will be released?
A. Ivy Bridge and new motherboards to enable some features (e.g. PCI Express 3.0, native USB 3.0). The new chipset family falls under the 7-series banner. We'll see Z77, Z75, H77, Q77, Q75 and B75 available at or around launch."

Random
Q. Any guesses on which will be stronger? SB-E or Ivy? I'm thinking if they are removing the video from SB-E it must be to speed it up. Am I thinking straight there?
A. Ivy will be better overall and have better feature support. It will be more efficient too. SB-E is only going to be a little faster due to more cores.

When you say Q2 2012 For Ivy, what month does Q2 fall under?
post #232 of 1172
Quote:
Originally Posted by jblanc03;15404547 
When you say Q2 2012 For Ivy, what month does Q2 fall under?

March/April. Take a look at the roadmap, it shows you the months for IB specifically. thumb.gif
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post #233 of 1172
You can add this to the Asus motherboard list. smile.gif

http://wccftech.com/asus-displays-x79-based-rog-rampage-iv-extreme-motherboard-blizzcon-2011/

Not the greatest picture but I'm sure more will surface soon.

24nn3oh.jpg
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post #234 of 1172
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Originally Posted by Cpt.Teacup;15404617 
March/April. Take a look at the roadmap, it shows you the months for IB specifically. thumb.gif

Is there gonna be a new motherboard for IVY?
post #235 of 1172
Does anyone know if you can Pre-order the SB-E and the Motherboards now?
post #236 of 1172
Quote:
Originally Posted by adadk;15406175 
You can add this to the Asus motherboard list. smile.gif

http://wccftech.com/asus-displays-x79-based-rog-rampage-iv-extreme-motherboard-blizzcon-2011/

Not the greatest picture but I'm sure more will surface soon.

24nn3oh.jpg

Thanks for the link. I think this will be my board of choice.
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post #237 of 1172
salivating already:) love ROG boards:)
post #238 of 1172
Waiting patiently for Ivy to come out so I can upgrade my current AMD platform. Cannot wait. I've been saving up for awhile biggrin.gif
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post #239 of 1172
i am drooling over this (ivy, not SB-e).

goodbye AMD!
post #240 of 1172
Quote:
Originally Posted by jblanc03;15404547 
When you say Q2 2012 For Ivy, what month does Q2 fall under?

i would assume q1 is jan-march, q2 april-june, q3 july-septemb, q4 october-december
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