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6c/6t for 250$ on a mainstream platform, that's all I need.


I highly doubt we'll see an intel hexacore in a mainstream plataform at least until broadwell, if that. Some of us are hoping for an octacore in the enthusiast plataform for Ivy-E but I wouldn't hold my breath, more likely to happen in Haswell-E.
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i don't get why Intel can't stick to LGA 2011 for Haswell... what makes it different to not support Haswell-E, at least in a non-optimal, but working state?
Different pinout? Haswell has onboard vrm, its a pretty legitimate reason...
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Would be nice if Intel would go ahead and make octo-core chips on the "enthusiast" platform so maybe we can get hexa-cores on the "mainstream" platform.
    
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Would be nice if Intel would go ahead and make octo-core chips on the "enthusiast" platform so maybe we can get hexa-cores on the "mainstream" platform.

I would take this article with a grain of salt. I still think this article is wrong and Ivy-E will have a i7 octacore variant because:


There should be a Ivy Bridge-EP die with at least 10 native cores (allowing room for Ivy-E Octacores to be made from EP chips that need 2 core disabled), reason being that the 3 year old 10 core Westmere-EP/LGA1567/Xeon E7 parts have no successor yet.

TDP isn't a issue because dieshrink,the last Intel Extreme processor(Gulftown) to undergo die shrink-> gained 2 cores compared to previous gen Bloomfield while staying under the same 130 W TDP envelope. Intel also recently released the 150W TDP 3970X so they don't care as much about -E series processor TDP as most people think.
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post #125 of 135
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Surely Intel understands we've seen the light of moar coars and want them even if we don't need them?

Obviously not?
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There is nothing wrong with "moar cores" as long as single threaded performance doesn't take a hit.
    
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There is nothing wrong with "moar cores" as long as single threaded performance doesn't take a hit.

there's also nothing wrong with "moar coars" even if single threaded performance takes a hit as long as there is sufficient software to exploit the extra cores
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there's also nothing wrong with "moar coars" even if single threaded performance takes a hit as long as there is sufficient software to exploit the extra cores

That's a compromise/trade-off(3570K->2600), while adding core/threads while maintaining single thread performance is a net plus(3570K->3770K). Given a limited budget some people will accept compromises, and there are also people that accepts no compromise and spend the extra bucks.
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there's also nothing wrong with "moar coars" even if single threaded performance takes a hit as long as there is sufficient software to exploit the extra cores

Although this might be fine for some task but I like simulators and in the simulation field you can't just multi-thread everything and expect it to work right. You have to have good single thread performance, there is no way around it. I wouldn't be using more expensive Intel chips if AMD could deliver the single threaded performance that I require. Then again, if AMD could match Intel I bet their prices would go up as well so that might be a moot point.

Lets just agree to disagree.
    
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i am sorta attached to my 3820. 8 cores sounds amazing if true.
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