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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 #991 of 1172
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Ohh and I heard the GA-Z68-UD7 had some problems with the multiplier being capped at 37 or something. Is that solved?

Not resolved, I hope that they get the new bios soon...........................
    
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Hey Guys I'm going to be doing Gaming , and streaming , and Im looking for a motherboard that will handle SLI 16 X 16X , I heard ASrock x79 Extreme 11 can able to handle it. Please tell me if 3820 Sandy bridge will be better off in gaming and streaming then the Ivy Bridge 1155 + ASrock Extreme 6 motherboard. 3820 must be cheaper since ivy bridge has launched correct?
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So it doesn't look like you can order the 3770k yet in North America. Does anyone have a release date yet? it's looking more like the 29th is correct every second.
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post #994 of 1172
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Hey Guys I'm going to be doing Gaming , and streaming , and Im looking for a motherboard that will handle SLI 16 X 16X , I heard ASrock x79 Extreme 11 can able to handle it. Please tell me if 3820 Sandy bridge will be better off in gaming and streaming then the Ivy Bridge 1155 + ASrock Extreme 6 motherboard. 3820 must be cheaper since ivy bridge has launched correct?

first of all are you going to be overclocking?
16x/16x isnt really that important, as pci-e 3.0@8x will be more than fine for any cards out there, if you have pci-e 3.0 cards that is. if you dont have pci-e 3.0 cards, pci-e2.0@8x will be fine aswell because they are just not going to be using enough bandwidth.
i guess the 3820 and the 3770k are gonna be quite close in performance, the 3820 might overclock a bit better due to the high temps of IB but that depends on how high of temperatures are comfortable for you.
as for price, x79 boards are generally more expensive, and you will need 4 ram sticks for x79.
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post #995 of 1172
I might overclock in the future .. 4 GHZ is good enough for me i will be very happy with that, I dont understand why people is trying to overclock the IB to like 5GHZ or more and says its not better then SB... I am going to get a pci 3.0 card soon but i wanna know from STOCK first which one is better 3820 or 3770K? because i know if i get the 2011 socket cpu and motherboard i know in Q4 2012 IB-E will come out for 2011 socket cpu...
post #996 of 1172
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What I don't understand is if Ivy Bridge cannot handle voltage what will be the difference with Haswell if it's the same 22nm fabrication die?

Was just thinking the same. Maybe 22nm will mature and things will work out, or maybe people waiting for Haswell due to Ivy's oc drawbacks will find that the salad days of low temp overclocking are numbered.
    
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I might overclock in the future .. 4 GHZ is good enough for me i will be very happy with that, I dont understand why people is trying to overclock the IB to like 5GHZ or more and says its not better then SB... I am going to get a pci 3.0 card soon but i wanna know from STOCK first which one is better 3820 or 3770K? because i know if i get the 2011 socket cpu and motherboard i know in Q4 2012 IB-E will come out for 2011 socket cpu...
Well IB is really the last step of the 1155 platform. the 2011 platform has IB-e coming(probably around q1-q2 2013). but that time i wouldnt be suprised if haswell is going to be close to launch aswell, so then for gaming its gonna be the decision to either go ib-e or wait a month or 2 for haswell.
at stock, and at 4ghz(which is easy to achieve on both) they will perform very close in performance. IB has a better IPC over sandy bridge, so at same clock speeds it may be pulling a head just a tiny bit.
if your going to get one pci-e card, Ib's pci-e 3.0@16x will be more than enough. even if you get another, i think it will be enough. i dont know if anyone tested gtx680's/7970's @ 8x vs 16x to see if there is a difference at all...
in the end it really comes down to wether you want to have the 6 core/8core/IB-e upgrade path, and pay a bit more, or not i think
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Was just thinking the same. Maybe 22nm will mature and things will work out, or maybe people waiting for Haswell due to Ivy's oc drawbacks will find that the salad days of low temp overclocking are numbered.

then again, if the IPC is big enough, and there might be 6 core's @ haswells launch, i guess a few hundred mhz wont really matter in the overclock..
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post #998 of 1172
What can we expect from IB-E now that we know how IB performs? LGA2011 has a bigger die size but will that benefit at all? Can you make any comparisons to SB & SB-E with the different architecture? If I choose a X79 platform over Z77 today, would I want to upgrade to a IB-E next year or will it be as pointless as going from 2600k to 3770k.
post #999 of 1172
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Was just thinking the same. Maybe 22nm will mature and things will work out, or maybe people waiting for Haswell due to Ivy's oc drawbacks will find that the salad days of low temp overclocking are numbered.

I thought it wasn't that it was 22nm, but the fact of the 3D Transistor they use which was causing the problems with the heat. So unless they change the 3d transistors, then likely any other chip is going to have similar issues.
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what does IPC stand for and what does it do? games dont require 6 core so 4 core cpus is good at this time so i wanted to get the 2011 socket 3820 i7 cpu... and get the ASrock Extreme 11 that has future proof plx
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