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post #71 of 96
PC Canada has listed the 3930K and the 3960X

3930K - 644.57

http://www.pccanada.com/viewitem.asp?id=36408

3960X - 1135.48

http://www.pccanada.com/viewitem.asp?id=36409
post #72 of 96
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Originally Posted by Don Karnage View Post
PC Canada has listed the 3930K and the 3960X

3930K - 644.57

http://www.pccanada.com/viewitem.asp?id=36408

3960X - 1135.48

http://www.pccanada.com/viewitem.asp?id=36409
At least now it gives a good idea of what we will pay, i'm glad to only have to buy the cpu and mb.
The overtime this saturday and sunday will worth it
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The pics on the first page was on swedish,and prices in swedish crowns, which is 562.95e and 989.43e,respectivly.
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post #74 of 96
I'll be completely skipping Sandy Bridge Enthusiast initially upon launch. First Generation launch's and revisions are good examples and lessons I learned with the Bloomfield launch with my 965 Extreme Edition. If anything I'd consider building a SB-E system sometime in late 2012 or 2013 but by then Ivy Bridge would also peak my curiosity and interest.
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I'll be completely skipping Sandy Bridge Enthusiast initially upon launch. First Generation launch's and revisions are good examples and lessons I learned with the Bloomfield launch with my 965 Extreme Edition. If anything I'd consider building a SB-E system sometime in late 2012 or 2013 but by then Ivy Bridge would also peak my curiosity and interest.
I was thinking about that too, but you have to look at Sandy Bridge as a whole, especially since there's no competition from those other guys.

2600K & 2500K haven't been replaced in the 10 months they've been released.

Wonder if the same pattern will follow with SB-E.

I doubt we'll get an 8 core SB-E, but rather, an 8 core IB-E.
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I doubt we'll get an 8 core SB-E, but rather, an 8 core IB-E.
If an 8 Core variant of Sandy Bridge is released it will likely end up being classified/categorized as a Xeon and not a regular Consumer/Desktop client processor.
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If an 8 Core variant of Sandy Bridge is released it will likely end up being classified/categorized as a Xeon and not a regular Consumer/Desktop client processor.
There's several Sandy Xeon SKUs with 8 cores coming out.
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post #78 of 96
They are saying its going to be totally worth it to WATER COOL the 3930k. (Dam thats a big CPU!) So everyone wait for the water cooling kits. Should be able to easily OC them past the 5.1ghz
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There's several Sandy Xeon SKUs with 8 cores coming out.
Yes that's what I've been hearing originally I just haven't had the time to confirm that.
post #80 of 96
Soooo should I get SB-E or wait on Ivy....meh, wait on reviews!
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