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Poll Results: Whats your next upgrade?

 
  • 16% (12)
    Sandy Bridge E With a 3930K
  • 5% (4)
    Sandy Bridge E With a 3960X
  • 1% (1)
    Sandy Bridge E With a 3820
  • 16% (12)
    Ivy Bridge With A 2600K Replacement
  • 28% (20)
    Ivy Bridge With A 2500K Replacement
  • 30% (22)
    Ivy Bridge With a 6 Core K Model
71 Total Votes  
post #21 of 50
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Originally Posted by Don Karnage View Post
I've said in a few threads that if they give us a 6 core on 1155 that it should be decently priced around 399.99. I don't even need HT. Just give us 6 cores intel.

Giving us a 6 core on mainstream without HT doesn't compromise the 3930K on 2011
Yep, completely agree! Come on Intel, there's still room for a 2800K or 2900K in your Sandy Bridge lineup. Just sneak one in there, you can do it!
post #22 of 50
I don't get it why SB-E on X79 lga2011 and ivy on 1155 it should be otherwise. SB-E will make SB cheaper so why i would buy old 1155 socket now for 2500k and use it for ivy as SB-E will be better then SB

Dual SB-E CPU that would be nice can u give link where u seen it ?
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post #23 of 50
You should add an undecided option. I plan on holding onto my X4 for a while but if something amazes me I'll probably get whatever it is.
    
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post #24 of 50
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Originally Posted by LukaTCE View Post
I don't get it why SB-E on X79 lga2011 and ivy on 1155 it should be otherwise. SB-E will make SB cheaper so why i would buy old 1155 socket now for 2500k and use it for ivy as SB-E will be better then SB

Dual SB-E CPU that would be nice can u give link where u seen it ?
1155 - Mainstream
2011 - Server

Sandy Bridge E - November 15th - Socket 2011
Ivy bridge - 2nd Week of March - Socket 1155
Ivy Bridge E - Q1 2013 - Socket 2011

2011 is intel's server socket and also the creme de le creme of Intel's processors.

1155 is Mainstream and meant to be cheaper and more easily affordable
post #25 of 50
SB-E I can't wait for the 3930K and the Rampage IV I'm upgrading my loop and some other stuff in the time being
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post #26 of 50
my next upgrade is th fx 8120, howd ya feel about that!!!
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SB-E I can't wait for the 3930K and the Rampage IV I'm upgrading my loop and some other stuff in the time being
Rampage IV will sure be a beautiful board but i cringe at the price. Probably right around 400 dollars


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my next upgrade is th fx 8120, howd ya feel about that!!!
Feel sorry for you.
post #28 of 50
ohh, well, its better than the phenoms, so in that case, its an improvemant for amd. the quads are slightly faster than phenomII x4s and so on. yes, they dont perform on par with Intel competition, but every time intel brings out a new cpu, its a new socket and so on.
Edited by TNTGODZZ - 10/14/11 at 9:14am
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post #29 of 50
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Originally Posted by TNTGODZZ View Post
ohh, well, its better than the phenoms, so in that case, its an improvemant for amd. the quads are slightly faster than phenomII x4s and so on. yes, they dont perform on par with Intel competition, but every time intel brings out a new cpu, its a new socket and so on.
Intel's current sockets will be around till 2013 at the earliest. Maybe you should switch to Intel.
post #30 of 50
Since Bulldozer was a complete let down in my opinion jumpimg on Ivy Bridge when it's released. Going to be my first Intel build. Heck this is my first post in the Intel section.
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