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post #11 of 80
My Q9450 is really going to make it all the way to Broadwell, there is no stopping it now unless it just up and dies. I was hoping for four years when I bought it, but six? ...fine with me. Even if new consoles arrive sometime in 2013, it can't effect enough games quickly enough to make too big a difference for the amount of months that should be left till Broadwell arrives.

Thank you makers of six year old consoles.

Broadwell (& DDR4) ...or Bust!
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Originally Posted by MME1122 View Post

The more I think about it the more I want to hold out til summer '13 and make a build for Haswell.

Exactly my idea...
I still have my I7 920 @4,2Ghz and it's not even bottlenecking my gtx 570 so why upgrade?
Worst case scenario: upgrade to a gtx 6xx!
    
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Does anyone know how long they expect to keep socket 2011?
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My god, it just moves along so quickly. I remember back when Sandy Bridge was as far off in the future as Broadwell and thinking "man that's too far away" and now SB is coming close to being obsolete already.



Progress!

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Does anyone know how long they expect to keep socket 2011?

Socket 2011 will probably be replaced Q4 2013 or Q1 2014.
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Socket 2011 will probably be replaced Q4 2013 or Q1 2014.


Least of what I am expecting right after Ivy-Bridge-E (Socket 2011) final release.

 
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post #17 of 80
Nyea... I'll just buy Ivy Bridge, overclock it, run smooth for 4+ years and get Broadwell.
post #18 of 80
It's pretty standard that the same CPU's die shrink will work on that platform, so this is more expected than surprising. If Intel started changing sockets for that, for die shrinks... that'd be ridiculous.

It's a shame the socket 775 days are over (actually, some are still on it which goes to show!). That went from the Pentium 4 to the Pentium D, plus it's die shrinks, to the Core 2 Duo and even Core 2 Quad and it's die shrinks. No socket since then has more than half of that claim on LGA 775. Every socket since has been one architecture and it's die shrink, and atop that, starting with Nehalem, they segmented things by having two sockets per architecture.

Edit: Just to put it into perspective, LGA 775's flexibility would sort of be like if everything Intel released after the Core 2 (save the Xeons since I'm not regarding those) all used one single socket!
Edited by Princess Garnet - 3/5/12 at 8:03am
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Not sure if ill just cancel ivy build and wait for that. :/
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post #20 of 80
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Originally Posted by Princess Garnet View Post

It's pretty standard that the same CPU's die shrink will work on that platform, so this is more expected than surprising. If Intel started changing sockets for that, for die shrinks... that'd be ridiculous.

It's a shame the socket 775 days are over (actually, some are still on it which goes to show!). That went from the Pentium 4 to the Pentium D, plus it's die shrinks, to the Core 2 Duo and even Core 2 Quad and it's die shrinks. No socket since then has more than half of that claim on LGA 775. Every socket since has been one architecture and it's die shrink, and atop that, starting with Nehalem, they segmented things by having two sockets per architecture.

Edit: Just to put it into perspective, LGA 775's flexibility would sort of be like if everything Intel released after the Core 2 (save the Xeons since I'm not regarding those) all used one single socket!

The reason they didn't change sockets IMO is : They were the underdog back then. They could not afford to make people change motherboards every other chip or the pops would leave for AMD.
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