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This is purely for technical reasons. With Haswell/Broadwell, they will be moving the VRM on-die (this is a huge change). This alone will change how power is delivered to the chip, hence new socket.

Do you guys NOT want innovation? tongue.gif
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"14nm to use same 1150 socket as Haswell"thumb.gif
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SB-e and Ivy-e will both be replaced by Haswell (integrated VRM). There won't be any VRM on your board, the mobo will directly send to the CPU +12v current!

Haswell and broadwell *should* both be compatible. Broadwell will be the first true SOC.

I think Skylake is the real update unless we can have DDR4 with haswell (or broadwell but then it couldn't be compatible with haswell socket). So yea, update with haswell/broadwell (2013-2014). Wait for DDR4 to be mainstream (2015-2016+) then update 2017 to ???.

Also, with or past 10nm (skymont) there will be a transition to other components (ie molybdenite), so I wouldn't be expecting intel to keep its current road-map... Only time will tell us!

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"14nm to use same 1150 socket as Haswell"thumb.gif

This is broadwell, shrink of haswell. Each two years they replace socket. Nothing changed there!


Edit: Last time I was thinking at it, if you really need extreme CPU, the best is to get the first generation. Why? Because since they replace their sockets approximatively every two years, if you buy by example ivy-e, there will only be approx one year until they introduce a new extreme platform!
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my i7 is barely even overclocked now (when I redid my system for the SSD ( I forgot how to overclock i7 lol stupid make an OC Profile next time!)

So I think I will hold out for a while - what i really need is a decent GPU that I cant afford right now lol!

I think my next build Im going back to my roots, Ive never built expensive PC's until this i7.

my opty 165 was considerably less expensive in total and that was a BEAST!

But i need to go back to my overclocking roots.

Find Basic Processors that overclock well and do it right!

But doesnt seem worth while to change my platoform right now, not when going to an i7 2*00k would be any realistic change,

and I certainly do not see benefit in socket 2011, like at all.
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Quote:
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This is purely for technical reasons. With Haswell/Broadwell, they will be moving the VRM on-die (this is a huge change). This alone will change how power is delivered to the chip, hence new socket.
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SB-e and Ivy-e will both be replaced by Haswell (integrated VRM). There won't be any VRM on your board, the mobo will directly send to the CPU +12v current!
Haswell and broadwell *should* both be compatible. Broadwell will be the first true SOC.
Wow! Pretty soon we won't have motherboards, or perhaps PCs, as we now know them. Even today's CPUs are much, much different than the simpler core/cache setups of the Core 2 days. Now we have integrated IMCs (Nehalem and later [earlier on AMD's side]), PCIe controllers (Lynnfield and later), GPUs on the package (Westmere and later), and now proper iGPUs (Sandy Bridge and later). VRMs are next!? What after that!?
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There will be no motherboard pretty soon.
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People in 10 years will be like, "what is a mobo?" on these forums


Edit: sorry, how did that double post? Something to do with enter maybe?
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You guys trust Intel to make on-die VRMS? How naive. You'll be lucky to get the 3+1 phase, and knowing Intel it'll make Broadwell OC worse than IB.
 
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You guys trust Intel to make on-die VRMS? How naive. You'll be lucky to get the 3+1 phase, and knowing Intel it'll make Broadwell OC worse than IB.

They will probably have a special "k" version with additional VRM's that will cost 100$ more.
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You guys trust Intel to make on-die VRMS? How naive. You'll be lucky to get the 3+1 phase, and knowing Intel it'll make Broadwell OC worse than IB.

Trust me, if Intel does NOT want to lose sales, it WILL provide an overclocking chip. Review sites make or break a new arch these days. They will blow up their arses when they don't give that freedom to the consumer.
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