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Originally Posted by cgraham23 View Post

Will there be new socket 2011 CPU's as well?
If I were to be looking for the best performance (enthusiast) should I go with socket 1150 or 2011?


U give up nothing going w/ LGA2011.

 

It^ is not neccesarilly faster/better, but will offer the best upgradability as a platform (over time) as of right now.

 

 

 


Edited by formula m - 3/6/12 at 8:54pm
post #52 of 80
Yea, 775 was great. Went 4.5 years on it. First a C2D 6750, then a Q6550. Wish I would have gotten a better overclocking board at the time though :/. Course part of the reason it lasted so long is I was in college and had no moneys. Now that I do, I want to upgrade all the time lol. I will probably wait for Haswell though unless games take a huge leap and I need a new GPU which get's CPU bound. (Yea, right lol)
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This is, of course, another random blind statement.
Care to explain why ? An i5 or i7 from Nehalem till now, will easily do so for the above average joe. (not high-end extremzor derpslolpopZ!)
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Ahhhh nice, Did not know about this. Most interiging about this material it's anti-bacterial which is amazing, if this is massed produced and put on door handles of stores and hospitals it could stop a flu virus very quickly (Well spreading that is just by touch) But still nice to know that this will probably be converted from Silicone. So your saying that IBM did this with 100Ghz? I wonder how they pulled that one off? I'm more consernd about how much heat it would give off...if any.
http://www.engadget.com/2010/02/07/ibm-demonstrates-100ghz-graphene-transistor/
http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2010-02/graphene-based-computers-may-end-silicon-age

IIRC 10Ghz (not 100Ghz) was just a degree or 2 above room temps. I can't find anything about 100Ghz. However, they did mention that, due to the heat resistant nature of graphene compared to silicon, it would be well within current day limits.

EDIT : Apparently, things went even better last year. 155Ghz lol http://www.tomshardware.com/news/graphene-ibm-radio-silicon-155ghz,12552.html Although, less applicable in PCs.
Edited by Xenthos - 3/7/12 at 12:55am
post #54 of 80
What about sockets? which will be on 2015 or later?
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Originally Posted by jrbroad77 View Post

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.

Just found out about this idea to integrate the VRM into the CPU die for Haswell. (I'm trying to catch-up...) I was thinking that Intel could go BIG on this idea.

 

Since they already perform "power gating" all over the die, why not replace all those simple "power gates" with VRMs?

 

This would be like having 1000's of VRM phases....

 

Yes, there is a problem with the VRM control distribution, but that's just a detail to be worked out.

 

Cheers,

    
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Personally I'm getting a bit annoyed of this over production of sockets and cpu types by intel,
It's a good marketing scheme to make the public think they need something new when its really almost the exact same thing with a diffrent name and diffrent socket type.)
Alot of them work EXACTLY the same when clocked correctly. (of course people can argue about sythetical benchmark results blah blah, but you can not deny that in real life use atleast 50% of these CPUs perform identically)
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As far as gaming goes SB won't be obsolete for another 3 years. It can overclock well, and most likely will more than match next gen console CPU power. Not really concerned about bottlenecking GPU until GTX 800/HD9000 series.
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As far as gaming goes SB won't be obsolete for another 3 years. It can overclock well, and most likely will more than match next gen console CPU power. Not really concerned about bottlenecking GPU until GTX 800/HD9000 series.


3 years? We get mostly console ports on PC that dont even make use of more than 2 threads. The next gen consoles MIGHT be able to do 4 to 8... Assuming they can that would not make them obsolete until around 2020 when the next consoles come out ;-) I expect my SB to be ADEQUATE for 3 years. Obsolete in 8. I'll sell it next year LOL
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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.

intel owns all markets.. they couldnt care less about just a few 100 thousands in one niche market.. seriously if intel doesnt want us to oc their cpu they will lock em.. ohh wait.. that's what they did mostly wink.gif


now if they happen to cheap out on the component we could have cheap cpu's that dont oc at all


bad tim maybe? wink.gif


but seriously intel will do what they want and you will be forced to either buy it or choose their competitor



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Google graphene.
It's supposed to take over, where silicon stops getting smaller.
Altho research is still going on, by the time we get that small, more R&D, from companies like Intel, IBM, etc. will probably go into it and I'm 100% sure we'll see graphene based CPUs before 2020. In 2011 IBM was able to create a graphene 'core' running (on and off) at 100Ghz. The only things holding it back are mass-producing with the current manufacturing process involved, sufficient testing (R&D) and basically... getting rid of silicon tongue.gif because it is still cheaper since no-one really produces graphene on a grand scale for the purpose of making CPUs yet.

graphene isnt ready for mass production right now.. far from that

silicon still has many years ahead and we will face the problems of it near its end life.. meaning very soon if they keep their pace
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The more I think about it the more I want to hold out til summer '13 and make a build for Haswell.

The more I think about it the more I want to keep my Phenom.

Skipped Sandy, will skip Ivy, and if there's nothing pushing me to upgrade, I will skip Haswell.

Why? Because the X6 still does its job, and plenty fast for my needs!


Heck, if I had a Q9450 I'd still be rocking that one.
   
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