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Poll Results: What are you getting?

 
  • 23% (83)
    Sandy Bridge-E
  • 62% (221)
    Ivy Bridge
  • 14% (52)
    Haswell or future
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post #591 of 1172
Nope.. you'll need Sandy Bridge-E or Ivy Bridge-E for that.
post #592 of 1172
I would want to get Ivy bridge but I would probably have to wait for Haswell or later (It is not a good time to buy a PC in the next few months or so).
post #593 of 1172
I noticed there are going to be newer boards for IVY bridge but we can use our current P67/Z68 1155 boards. Do you think that the current Z68 boards are going the extremely limit the IVY Bridge CPU?

I just built my Rig using a Asrock Z68 and a i3-2120 & was waiting for IVY & did not want to have to switch boards. Was this a mistake? I know IVY is not that far away but the Information is limited at this point so Im wondering If I shoulf wait for IVY with Z68 or go 2500K instead bleh. lol
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post #594 of 1172
Will the Rampage IV still be top dog for IVY-E? I mean it will compatible but will it unleash that beast? biggrin.gif
 
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post #595 of 1172
there will probably be a rampage 5 extreme by then, just like different revisions of other boards. R4E is like the R2E, and then R3E came out so R5E will come out. There are many many enchantments that could be made to the R4E, and that is why i think they will come out with a R5E.
    
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post #596 of 1172

Boards will be updated via BIOS, since it's the same socket, most of them should support it.

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post #597 of 1172
This newegg review made me laugh!!!!!!!!




"Pros: If you factor in the price tag, there are zero reasons to be excited about this processor. In the real world(benchmark zombies aside), this CPU does not exceed the performance of the AMD FX-8150. I was very disappointed.

Cons: Unstable operation, lack of compatibility with drivers that shouldn't be an issue. HUGE price tag for what? For a couple of extra threads, or 3 MB more of L3 cache? For 4 memory controllers that don't appear to be functioning stable with my expensive and correct DDR3?

After a disastrous run in with this chip and the ASUS Rampage IV Extreme ROG, I returned everything, and went back to my stable and fast AMD FX-8150 system.

I have less ram and EFI instead of UEFI, but you know what? My computer boots up every time, in 4 seconds, and I even have a POST screen and BIOS! Oh my! It's a miracle!

And I'm not getting those "The display driver has stopped responding and has recovered." errors anymore. I swear for a minute I second guessed myself and thought maybe I knocked a pin loose from the video card power connecter! But low and behold, back with AMD and were back in business! Don't believe the hype!

Other Thoughts: I know there will be a lot of haters out there that will bash me saying I'm too inexperienced to own an i7 Extreme and that it's a "bench mark" CPU, but you know what?

I thought we used computers for actual projects, that we were serious about this. I don't buy an $1,100 CPU to stimulate my ego and watch a bunch of numbers flicker by and brag to my friends on You Tube. I'm a 15 year computer\network tech, and 20 year musician that has serious business to attend to. Get your game together Intel! AMD has a better product for 1\5th the price!"


Is there ay truth to this mad troll ?!?!?1 rolleyes.gif
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post #598 of 1172
Quote:
Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post

This newegg review made me laugh!!!!!!!!

"Pros: If you factor in the price tag, there are zero reasons to be excited about this processor. In the real world(benchmark zombies aside), this CPU does not exceed the performance of the AMD FX-8150. I was very disappointed.
Cons: Unstable operation, lack of compatibility with drivers that shouldn't be an issue. HUGE price tag for what? For a couple of extra threads, or 3 MB more of L3 cache? For 4 memory controllers that don't appear to be functioning stable with my expensive and correct DDR3?
After a disastrous run in with this chip and the ASUS Rampage IV Extreme ROG, I returned everything, and went back to my stable and fast AMD FX-8150 system.
I have less ram and EFI instead of UEFI, but you know what? My computer boots up every time, in 4 seconds, and I even have a POST screen and BIOS! Oh my! It's a miracle!
And I'm not getting those "The display driver has stopped responding and has recovered." errors anymore. I swear for a minute I second guessed myself and thought maybe I knocked a pin loose from the video card power connecter! But low and behold, back with AMD and were back in business! Don't believe the hype!
Other Thoughts: I know there will be a lot of haters out there that will bash me saying I'm too inexperienced to own an i7 Extreme and that it's a "bench mark" CPU, but you know what?
I thought we used computers for actual projects, that we were serious about this. I don't buy an $1,100 CPU to stimulate my ego and watch a bunch of numbers flicker by and brag to my friends on You Tube. I'm a 15 year computer\network tech, and 20 year musician that has serious business to attend to. Get your game together Intel! AMD has a better product for 1\5th the price!"
Is there ay truth to this mad troll ?!?!?1 rolleyes.gif

HAhahahahahahahahahahahaha

Apparently he knows nothing about PCs b/c if he did he would know that "The display driver has stopped responding and has recovered." is a problem with the gfx card driver and that the "EFI instead of UEFI" is the same thing and he is referring to them as different things. XD


Was he an actual verified buyer?
Edited by Sean Webster - 12/26/11 at 1:39am
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post #599 of 1172
With Ivy, it's better to get a board made for it rather than flashing current ones.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

HAhahahahahahahahahahahaha
Apparently he knows nothing about PCs b/c if he did he would know that "The display driver has stopped responding and has recovered." is a problem with the gfx card driver and that the "EFI instead of UEFI" is the same thing and he is referring to them as different things. XD
Was he an actual verified buyer?

lol i forget to check if he was verified , i knew you guys would get a kick out of it though...Especially when comparing it to AMD.....LOL ***!
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