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Does any one have an idea why intel is moving down to a socket that has only 5 fewer contacts?
Couldn't they just use Socket 1155 and not use 5 contacts? Cause that would make everything a ton easier for everyone, not having to buy new boards and such.

Thad be cool if there was a hax for the 1155 socket to just bend down a few pins for the 1150, obviously the side walls will be a tad different but lol, its just a dream I guess...

Well...seein this isn't impressive. We've definitely slowed the progression of computing power, I think the big thing is creating higher efficiency and not necessarily more computing power. Looks like my i5-2500k @ 4.1GHz will be lasting quite while. Overclocked GTX670 is still easily the bottleneck for the CPU so unless Nvidia or AMD can release some monster card, 8*** series or 7** series, I wouldn't see any need to upgrade other than Haswell being better with heat if its soldered on the IHS...
post #52 of 398
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Does any one have an idea why intel is moving down to a socket that has only 5 fewer contacts?
Couldn't they just use Socket 1155 and not use 5 contacts? Cause that would make everything a ton easier for everyone, not having to buy new boards and such.
The individual pins themselves also do different things.... the interface to power, the chipset, video out, and memory change over time.
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Only 2 CPU's with the unlocked 'Tick'

They seriously need to add a few more to the list, an unlocked i3 would be an evil little chip!
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Only 2 CPU's with the unlocked 'Tick'
They seriously need to add a few more to the list, an unlocked i3 would be an evil little chip!
That makes no sense for Intel, business wise. Will never happen.

On another note, if this chart hold true; disappointed that K models do not have TXT.
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According to this, the TDP is actually up from Ivy (IB = 77W, HW = 84W).

Interesting...

More OC room?
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The individual pins themselves also do different things.... the interface to power, the chipset, video out, and memory change over time.

As Mentioned before, Intel just wants to make their money, they could assign the pins to the same things if they wanted to... but they don't want to. :/
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It does support virtualization. Many people are confused between VT-x and VT-d
VT-x = virtualization
VT-d = Virtualization for Directed I/O
There will be an improvement in CPU. Haswell is new architecture

Thanks for clarifying that. I was about to rip my hair out of Intel's new top of the line processors did not offer virtualization.
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Meh, I'll probably look at the LGA2011's successor when I ever upgrade.
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According to this, the TDP is actually up from Ivy (IB = 77W, HW = 84W).
Interesting...
Not really interesting. Just beefier IGP.
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Another socket? Jeez...

Guess it's to be expected, though, but still...
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