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This will likely be my next upgrade. Until then, my Q9550 will chug along quite nicely.
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post #42 of 84
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Originally Posted by Nioxic View Post

Why is this news?
i dont get it
maybe im not geeky enugh
its like´saying:
look at this bmws engine.. its a 2 liter
then check out this newer bmw, it has a bigger engine. surprised?

i lol'd
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A lot of what OBR says is indeed true and the the rest he makes up, its sad that he mixes the two or else he would be a real reputable source. IMO he shouldn't have made up BD benches.

But this, this is correct, he doesn't need to make stuff up on Intel CPUs.
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Originally Posted by metroid112 View Post

And here is me sticking around with a C2D while all the computer power of CPU's goes to the sky. If sometimes I upgrade (near Haswell launch or after). My upgrade will surely be the greatest increment in performance for any OCN member here. Going from a C2D and a 8800gt with 2 gb ram to a Broadwell, 700-800 series nvidia card and prob 12-16gb of ram must be like a 2000% increment

I plan to upgrade several P3 to SB/IB soon, as well as countless P4 workstations smile.gif
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Still quad core? MEH...
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Originally Posted by MGX1016 View Post

I plan to upgrade several P3 to SB/IB soon, as well as countless P4 workstations smile.gif

That must be surely a big upgrade. Now technology advances so far, that it might actually be good to people upgrading from old systems
    
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I don't really see how this is a rumor. You can't really refute shots of the die being larger than IB's die.
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post #48 of 84
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nioxic View Post

Why is this news?
i dont get it
maybe im not geeky enugh
its like´saying:
look at this bmws engine.. its a 2 liter
then check out this newer bmw, it has a bigger engine. surprised?

I think you're in the wrong place. May I direct you here? www.Xbox.com.
Edited by one-shot - 1/28/12 at 8:41am
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post #49 of 84
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Originally Posted by Arni90 View Post

This is why Intel stays ahead of it's game:
They know how big and powerful their processors are years before they release.

Seriously, I think Intel truly has chips designed 2 years ahead, their Engineers don't want to lose their jobs, so they stay on top of the game...

Unlike other companies, they are sitting on top of the tech long before it hits the shelves, so if some company tries to rise up with a surprising new chip, blam, Intel pulls back the curtain to reveal something better or on par...

Naturally....

Quote:
Originally Posted by enri95 View Post

Still quad core? MEH...

Does it matter? NO! I'd be happy with a pure quad core all day, definitely, it's not like you are going to push 8 cores with MS Office, come on! biggrin.gif
Edited by _GTech - 3/18/12 at 5:34am
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Originally Posted by jrbroad77 View Post

Intel really should start throwing more transistors at those quad cores. I mean sure 50W quad is nice but that'd probably be the highest real-world power consumption for a Haswell quad, without the graphics. Really wish they had some Nvidia designers to push up that TDP biggrin.gif

Why? The performance would only go up so much with the law of diminishing returns, and Intel know the future is in the mobile sector.
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Originally Posted by IronWill1991 View Post

I think you should skip Ivy. You already have i5 2500K and Ivy will only be 10-20% faster. You're good for another year unless you want to have the latest technology. I'm getting Ivy though, I can not wait another year.

10-20%? Seriously? Try 5-10% for IPC and the same or a lower OC according to current leaks.
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Originally Posted by metroid112 View Post

And here is me sticking around with a C2D while all the computer power of CPU's goes to the sky. If sometimes I upgrade (near Haswell launch or after). My upgrade will surely be the greatest increment in performance for any OCN member here. Going from a C2D and a 8800gt with 2 gb ram to a Broadwell, 700-800 series nvidia card and prob 12-16gb of ram must be like a 2000% increment

Nah, I went from a Cyrix PR150Mhz CPU, a 4MB 2D only Tseng Labs ISA graphics card, 192MB SDRAM and 20GB Quantum Fireball HDD (And ISA Soundblaster) to a 2Ghz Athlon XP, 1GB DDR1-RAM, GeForce 6800GS and Seagate 7200.7 hard drive. That was an upgrade and a half..Then I went to a Core 2 Duo from that.
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Originally Posted by SkillzKillz View Post

Considering Haswell is still a heavily tweaked SB architecture, I'll surely come on board for Ivy Bridge.

You do realise that when it comes down to it, SB, Haswell, Nehalems and Conroe/Wolfdale are all heavily tweaked Pentium Pros? SB is a tweaked Nehalem, which was a tweaked Conroe, which was a tweaked Yonah, which was a tweaked Dothan..you get the picture. Missing a chip because it's tweaked from the past generation as opposed to an entirely new chip is pretty dumb, you'd have to go BD. (And not PD)

The much later release date is a perfectly good reason though.
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Originally Posted by _GTech View Post

Does it matter? NO! I'd be happy with a pure quad core all day, definitely, it's not like you are going to push 8 cores with MS Office, come on! biggrin.gif

Does it matter for you? No. Does it matter for me? Yes. If I want a great video encoding chip, I have to either shell out for a 3930k or go for an FX-8150...2600k comes close to the 8150 but it still gets left in the dust. That's how much hardware pipelines matter for encoding.
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