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Originally Posted by jcde7ago View Post

1366 lasted at the minimum, 4 years with still high-end, enthusiast-level performance, and it still probably make it through 2012 easily as still being a high-end build. 5~ years for a platform is pretty amazing and unheard of if you ask me. Most OCN'ers will update probably TWICE in a 5 year span anyways, and definitely AT LEAST once.
Honestly, if I didn't have a need for SB-E right now, or I only needed a purely gaming rig, I would have stuck with my i7 930 @ 4.2 Ghz. That rig was absolutely ROCK SOLID. 1366 is still very much alive, and is still very much a high-end solution, at least for gaming (I destroyed BF3/Skyrim with no issues at least, maxed out @ 60 FPS).

This is why I have no desire to upgrade to 1155 or 2011 sockets because my i7 920 still blows through anything I put it through.
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Who needs SAS as a consumer... Are you a freaking Enterprise? Seriously, people complain about the must useless features that has nothing to do with them(I'm assuming it has nothing to do with you, If it does, my apologies)
Also, those features were ditched so that X79 could launch this year and not next year. You will see boards next year with those features as per the Intel articles.

Points taken, SAS is the least of my worries.

And there are plenty of USB 3 boards, but i would like to see it as native, not needed extra controllers. same with faster SATA ports.

Even AMD has better support for those....
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post #23 of 54
OP always posts junk form WCCF:rolleyes:. It is to early to tell if this will be true.


This belongs in the rumour section.
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Originally Posted by Wr3ckin_Cr3w View Post

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Good to know 2011 won't die off as fast as 1366 did.
Very much thinking about getting SB:E now to play around with....second hand off of OCN of course...don't want to help intels numbers biggrin.gif

1366 lasted over 3.5years, which is incredible and still stands out from the crowd even today.

This is great news for those of us going SB-E, i for one don't wanna keep changing sockets all the time.
 
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So do you reckon it's worth getting X79 now and waiting for Ivy Bridge? I'm thinking I'll wait for the newer chipsets around the time of release rather than bite the bullet and get one now.
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post #26 of 54
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Originally Posted by jcde7ago View Post

1366 lasted at the minimum, 4 years with still high-end, enthusiast-level performance, and it still probably make it through 2012 easily as still being a high-end build. 5~ years for a platform is pretty amazing and unheard of if you ask me. Most OCN'ers will update probably TWICE in a 5 year span anyways, and definitely AT LEAST once.
Honestly, if I didn't have a need for SB-E right now, or I only needed a purely gaming rig, I would have stuck with my i7 930 @ 4.2 Ghz. That rig was absolutely ROCK SOLID. 1366 is still very much alive, and is still very much a high-end solution, at least for gaming (I destroyed BF3/Skyrim with no issues at least, maxed out @ 60 FPS).

Is that a joke? 1366 is dead. Anyone wasting money on the platform needs to be informed.

Ivy bridge e will be on 2011. Its pretty obvious but I love all the doubting haters.
Edited by Don Karnage - 11/16/11 at 2:54pm
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According to a recent slide by Intel, Intel’s Next Gen High-End platform “Ivy Bridge-E” would be compatible with the current LGA 2011 Socket and the X79 Express Chipset. The compatibility would ensure longevity of the LGA 2011 Socket Motherboards.
The new Ivy Bridge-E Processors would be available in 6-8 Core models featuring a 22nm design and would arrive in late Q4 2012. Ivy Bridge on the other hand would also be compatible with the LGA 1155 motherboards based on the Z68 chipset however to gain maximum potential of the new processors, Intel would also launch Z77, H77 Chipset based motherboards.
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Wait a minute, what do they mean by "maximum potential"? Does anyone know what this is refering to? What does the Z77 chipset bring that the Z68 doesn't have?
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Pretty awesome. All the enthusiast nuts who have a vendetta for their money will upgrade motherboards anyways, though wink.gif
    
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Ivy Bridge E = 10 Core Xeons.......
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Originally Posted by Don Karnage View Post

Is that a joke? 1366 is dead. Anyone wasting money on the platform needs to be informed.
Ivy bridge e will be on 2011. Its pretty obvious but I love all the doubting haters.

Reading comprehension much?

I never said 1366 wasn't "dead" - I said that it LASTED quite a long time, by any platforms' standards. And to be honest, i7 920s/930s are still at the high end of the spectrum in terms of enthusiast platforms. No one could point a finger at any first-gen i7 owners and tell them that their rigs aren't sufficient, because that notion is completely false. First-gen i7s still destroy 99% of the games out there, especially when paired with high-end GPU (or multi-gpu setups). Unless you need a workstation, a first-gen i7 will EASILY make it though 2012. In case you haven't noticed. the vast majority of games are pretty much console ports, with a few envelope-pushing games peppered here or there throughout any given year.

Of course no one would actually invest in the platform now, especially with LGA1155, but for crying out loud...you don't need to talk down to someone because you couldn't comprehend what they said. rolleyes.gif
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