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Originally Posted by FatalaS View Post
Could you offer me good motherboard?For i7 2700k,ivy bridge,SB-E.
Maybe most for use 'll be gaming you 're right.Yes, not going upgrade in few years you 're right .\\
P.S. What 'll be the price for SB-E or ivy?
i7 2700k now with a Gen3 board so that you may get an Ivy Bridge chip later?

Any of the ASRock Gen3 boards.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=1&PageSize=20
Especially the Extreme's or that professional. You can get the Extreme4 for fairly cheap (comparatively), it looks great, has the Z68 chipset, is a solid overclocker, and has Gen3 if you want to get Ivy Bridge next year.

SB-E is on a different chipset; the X79 chipset to be exact.

Ivy Bridge will probably be about what Sandy Bridge was when it came out and what it is now.
SB-E will be $500-$1200.
 
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post #12 of 21
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Originally Posted by Samurai Batgirl View Post
i7 2700k now with a Gen3 board so that you may get an Ivy Bridge chip later?

Any of the ASRock Gen3 boards.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=1&PageSize=20
Especially the Extreme's or that professional. You can get the Extreme4 for fairly cheap (comparatively), it looks great, has the Z68 chipset, is a solid overclocker, and has Gen3 if you want to get Ivy Bridge next year.

SB-E is on a different chipset; the X79 chipset to be exact.

Ivy Bridge will probably be about what Sandy Bridge was when it came out and what it is now.
SB-E will be $500-$1200.
What socket for sb-e?By the way , do you like your haf x (because i want to buy it too).So,do you like it or with great pleasure exchange it?
post #13 of 21
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What socket for sb-e?By the way , do you like your haf x (because i want to buy it too).So,do you like it or with great pleasure exchange it?
It's going to be socket 2011 which will be replacing the current 1366. Haf x's are ok but, I wish I would have gone with the TJ07.
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What socket for sb-e?By the way , do you like your haf x (because i want to buy it too).So,do you like it or with great pleasure exchange it?
Socket 2011, which will replace 1366. The EXTREME BALLS TO THE WALL stuff. Guy above me already said it.

And I love my HAF X. Plenty of room, great airflow, great cable management.
 
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post #15 of 21
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What do you think,what price should be for SB-E and socket 2011?
post #16 of 21
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What do you think,what price should be for SB-E and socket 2011?
Depends on what proc you are aiming for http://www.anandtech.com/show/4626/i...ridgee-pricing I'm not sure about x79 mobo's but you can expect them to be expensive as well.
post #17 of 21
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What do you think,what price should be for SB-E and socket 2011?
Too much for a gaming rig lol. All you need really is a 1155 mobo and a 2500k. I see no point in spending 4-5k for future proofing. Just spend maybe around 1k now and then build another rig later if needed for around the same price.
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post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by blazed_1 View Post
Too much for a gaming rig lol. All you need really is a 1155 mobo and a 2500k. I see no point in spending 4-5k for future proofing. Just spend maybe around 1k now and then build another rig later if needed for around the same price.
Point is,i'll ask in market to build pc for me,and later 'll buy by installments.
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by Samurai Batgirl View Post
Get a Gen3 (PCIe 3.0) Z68 board and get a 2600k/2700k during the Black Friday - Cyber Monday weekend. Then if you want to upgrade to Ivy Bridge you'll have a board that can use it, and take advantage of the PCIe 3.0 slots.
It's what I'm going to do.
Best of luck!
^ doin' the same here. SB-E seems stupid for *most* users imo...horrible bang for buck..wayyy over priced... =/
Edited by malikq86 - 11/7/11 at 8:58pm
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post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by malikq86 View Post
^ doin' the same here. SB-E seems stupid for *most* users imo...horrible bang for buck..wayyy over priced... =/
Could you tell me SB-E price?
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