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post #8631 of 9809
If you want a BE, now is the time. There's a rumor Intel is launching x99 in Q2. That would be before June.
post #8632 of 9809
DAMN you think they might?
I might sell my cpu and etc then till they drop pretty much liquidated my ddr3 already only 3 different ICs left(6 nonhyper mushkin 6-7-6, 5 gskill 6-8-6 pis,2x 7-8-7 ripjaws that are about silver samples ...

Use my backup system till launch
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 3/20/14 at 10:32am
post #8633 of 9809
Quote:
Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post

DAMN you think they might?
I might sell my cpu and etc then till they drop pretty much liquidated my ddr3 already only 3 different ICs left(6 nonhyper mushkin 6-7-6, 5 gskill 6-8-6 pis,2x 7-8-7 ripjaws that are about silver samples ...

Use my backup system till launch

I'm going to wait the storm since Intel is known for baby stepping improvements with their next gen stuff.

One thing I have forgot and you've reminded me, X99 will be DDR4 so the ram won't be transferable. I've already invested in 32gb of ram so another reason to stay tongue.gif.

If performance is significant better, I may switch but It will probably be next year to allow stuff to mature (and next tax retun tongue.gif).

edit:
Quote:
'...Basically the X99 chipset which has codename Wellsburg will be released in the June timeframe, Computex anyone? New to the list is confirmed support for DDR4 memory.....'

http://www.overclock.net/t/1474630/guru3d-intel-haswell-e-x99-chipset-details-and-launch-time


http://www.overclock.net/t/1473894/kitguru-intel-set-to-launch-haswell-e-ahead-of-schedule-in-q2


Looks like DDR4 kits be ~2x that of DD3:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1475640/crucial-store-first-ddr4-kit-available-for-sale-16gb-2133-for-450

(read duckie's post)
Edited by wermad - 3/20/14 at 10:44am
post #8634 of 9809
I am not sure anymore with how technology is rapidly progressing. But you have a good point. But ddr4 has been about ready to come out for a year now so I can only imagine how far it has developed

plus I am still on SB-e so I figure there should be some sort of performance bump... And isn't it about damned time that 8core+ intels come out?

Just saying I think next gen is either gonna be really good or like you said really bad
post #8635 of 9809
It could be an X58 to P67 jump. Depending on what you do, it may not improve things or it might. Knowing Intel, its probably going to be less then 10% improvement. Maybe with Broadwell-E, will see a jump for current SB-E/IB-E owners.


Currently, pc games don't take much advantage of more the four cores. I tested my old 2700K vs a 3930K with the same gpu, same triple monitor resolution, same game, same clocks, and I was just 0.4-0.6 fps slow. I keep hearing ppl say that the new consoles will change this for future games. But my opinion, and many have shared this with me, by the time games do require more then four cores, current multi core cpu's may be out-dated.
post #8636 of 9809
I know but I like to overclock. I don't game very often.. Also will probably be doing 4K by then if I do game
post #8637 of 9809
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

BE EOL?? I want this board very bad. mad.gif

From Asrock x79 Extreme 11 >> RIVBE >> RIVE + HEX >> RIVE + 3820 >> RIVE + 4820k thumb.gif
Nice evolution timeline there mate thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post

I am not sure anymore with how technology is rapidly progressing. But you have a good point. But ddr4 has been about ready to come out for a year now so I can only imagine how far it has developed

plus I am still on SB-e so I figure there should be some sort of performance bump... And isn't it about damned time that 8core+ intels come out?

Just saying I think next gen is either gonna be really good or like you said really bad
Prolly really good but price wise really bad frown.gif
post #8638 of 9809
you think it will be more than its been before?
I mean mid leveel chips like 4930k 3930k 960 all were 580
post #8639 of 9809
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post


From Asrock x79 Extreme 11 >> RIVBE >> RIVE + HEX >> RIVE + 3820 >> RIVE + 4820k thumb.gif

Wow, this matches my previous recent history tongue.gif


Hehe, we must have like minds then tongue.gif






Cpu came in. Gonna need to drain my loop to get the old one out and the new one in. I hope this fixes the issues smile.gif.
post #8640 of 9809
Quote:
Originally Posted by wermad View Post

If you want a BE, now is the time. There's a rumor Intel is launching x99 in Q2. That would be before June.
Definitely getting BE once they in stock.
Quote:
Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

BE EOL?? I want this board very bad. mad.gif

From Asrock x79 Extreme 11 >> RIVBE >> RIVE + HEX >> RIVE + 3820 >> RIVE + 4820k thumb.gif
Nice evolution timeline there mate thumb.gif
That's not my evolution. tongue.gif That actually wermad's evolution timeline. biggrin.gif I'm actually saying to wermad "thumbs up for gone through 3 motherboards & 3 processors". biggrin.gif
Edited by kizwan - 3/20/14 at 3:25pm
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