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i keep saying this, you will all regret buying sandybridge-e once ivy bridge comes out.
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Maybe. Maybe not. Some people DO care about pressing CTRL-ALT-DEL and seeing their hyperthread hex-core (12 threads). So Ivy may not be what they want.
Personally, i agree with you. Ivy Bridge, with it's i7 TDP of 77watts will be a monter overclocker and really just an all round great archeitecture.
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You guys talk as if there'll never be an Ivy Bridge-E. Intel would never let their enthusiast platform be beat by their mainstream version.
     
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Can't people just build 2 2500K/2600K PCs for the same price as a SB-E build would cost, and have more processing power?
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Can't people just build 2 2500K/2600K PCs for the same price as a SB-E build would cost, and have more processing power?

Maybe, but with two rigs you use more power and the processing power isn't in the same rig.
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ok .. its a really waste of money... esp the 3820 is a Quad core and i think it does not exceeding 5 Ghz easly like current 2xxxK
any way the Ivy-bridge is worth to waiting thumb.gif
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Can't people just build 2 2500K/2600K PCs for the same price as a SB-E build would cost, and have more processing power?

Power consumption will be through the roof, especially with two of them overclocked.
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Originally Posted by Klinkey View Post

i keep saying this, you will all regret buying sandybridge-e once ivy bridge comes out.

What's the point in buying another quad core? Mainstream wont be getting anything more them that even with Haswell. On the other hand SBE is getting 8 core Xeons and IBE will be getting 10 core xeons. What sounds better to you? Faster quad core or an 8 core Xeon?
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What's the point in buying another quad core? Mainstream wont be getting anything more them that even with Haswell. On the other hand SBE is getting 8 core Xeons and IBE will be getting 10 core xeons. What sounds better to you? Faster quad core or an 8 core Xeon?
Wasn't there a rumor that there would eventually be 6-core IB CPU's for LGA1155? Not sure if there's any truth to it, but that would be great if so.
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Wasn't there a rumor that there would eventually be 6-core IB CPU's for LGA1155? Not sure if there's any truth to it, but that would be great if so.

Unfortunately just a rumor. Haswell slides show a maximum of 4 cores on mainstream
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