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So which will be faster Sandy Bridge-E or Ivy Bridge?
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So which will be faster Sandy Bridge-E or Ivy Bridge?
Sandy Bridge-E 6 core versions will be faster multithreaded. Ivy Bridge will probably overclock more though, but will max out at 4 cores (for now at least).
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This article supports the Spring release date everyone expected. Intel has no reason to release Ivy Bridge early. If they can squeeze more money out of SB they will.

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Spring 2012 is Q4 2011 I believe. It is referring to the financial quarter of 2011 which ends in April 2012.

I'm wrong a lot though.
In the US the fiscal year for 2011 has already ended (Oct 1st). The context of the article is in calendar years.
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Wow well I was planning on replacing my sig rig cpu with bulldozer over the next month or two and build a rig for ivy when it released in 2012 but if its going to be out in 2011 i guess I'm skipping bulldozer(for now) and going with ivy
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I literally cannot believe the number of "4.5+" SB owners wanting Ivy. What software (more likely, game) is there that your CPU cannot run perfectly well already?
I'm one of that group. Folding with one of those chips would be a win-win. Higher speeds with lower watts. I'm not a early buyer, but I sure have it on my radar.
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Is 3d transistors another marketing "bs" like apples retina display or is there more to it?

Like what's the difference from a normal die shrink?
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Btw guys ... as far as motherboards/chipsets is concern ... will the new 70 series chipsets bring anything really good in terms of performance or we can buy 60 series chipsets without any problem?
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It's not like there's any pressure.. just from their own, previous products performing so well. I literally cannot believe the number of "4.5+" SB owners wanting Ivy. What software (more likely, game) is there that your CPU cannot run perfectly well already? My Lynnfield certainly doesn't strain.. and it's not anywhere near 4.5.
QFT - it's rarely a good value to upgrade between single processor generations. Although I expect IB to be great I don't expect I'll even consider buying one. By the time I feel slow with SB we will probably have seen several more iterations of the tick tock cycle.
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I really to know two things very soon.

a) Whether or not Ivy Bridge chips really work (I understand there is an update out but there is nothing to say you can drop the chips in.

b) Some benchmarks to give me an idea of the performance

I'm strongly considering selling my CPU and upgrading to this.
You pretty much have yourself a golden chip if you could get it up to 5.3 GHz...personally I'd hold off, there really isn't a need to upgrade anyways.

Even I'm not upgrading, and I own a Bloomfield 930. Remember those days when 4 GHz was the highest realistic clock?
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I can't wait to get a nice IB 3700k. Though only because I want to fold more and my 2500k only goes so far. Outside of folding even my 2500k is overkill, I'd be more than comfortable with an i3 2100 for what I use my system for.
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