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I don't see the point in taking the 2700k its probably just a 100Mhz bump in stock speed.
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Ya, 2700K should be imminent. Raprash is probably right, the possible benefit being that they are better bins/rated and have a bit more overclocking headroom.

The next ones are SandyBridge-E, on the new 2011 socket, mid-November. I forget when 1155 gets a SB-E, either at the same time or not long after. 2011 is the x58 replacement, high end/server/enthusiast. Near as I can recall, one big selling point is 4 channel memory and massively improved system bandwidth.

Socket 1155 WILL GET a new Ivy Bridge, something like March-April next year. As, of course, will socket 2011.
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post #13 of 47
Well I rather still take the 2600K for it's price than pay so much extra only for a small improvement.

I think most people rather save their $ and wait and spend it on Ivy Bridge. I think releasing the next sandy bridge processes is a waste of Intel's time and consumers money.
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You already own 2600k, why even commenting on 2700k.
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You already own 2600k, why even commenting on 2700k.
you own a 2500k why comment on him commenting on 2700k? because its overclock.net. -_-
 
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I don't see the point in taking the 2700k its probably just a 100Mhz bump in stock speed.
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Well I rather still take the 2600K for it's price than pay so much extra only for a small improvement.

I think most people rather save their $ and wait and spend it on Ivy Bridge. I think releasing the next sandy bridge processes is a waste of Intel's time and consumers money.
They have always done this, as well as AMD. As time goes on, they release better binned lines of the same chip as their manufacturing process matures. This is nothing new. It doesn't cost them anything extra. I have no clue where you came to the conclusion that it is a waste of the consumer's money.

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Ya, 2700K should be imminent. Raprash is probably right, the possible benefit being that they are better bins/rated and have a bit more overclocking headroom.

The next ones are SandyBridge-E, on the new 2011 socket, mid-November. I forget when 1155 gets a SB-E, either at the same time or not long after. 2011 is the x58 replacement, high end/server/enthusiast. Near as I can recall, one big selling point is 4 channel memory and massively improved system bandwidth.

Socket 1155 WILL GET a new Ivy Bridge, something like March-April next year. As, of course, will socket 2011.
SB-E will never be on 1155. IB will be.

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you own a 2500k why comment on him commenting on 2700k? because its overclock.net. -_-
I agree with him. I really doubt Intel expects people to upgrade from a 2600K to a 2700K, and he is posting his reasons for it not being "worth it."
    
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post #17 of 47
SB-E is purely for socket 2011. Ivy is for 1155 and may get a 6-core with ht but that is still unsure.
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A day before BF3? Coincidence?
    
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post #19 of 47
Appears amazon already has a page for the product.
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