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One thing I ask from Haswell.
Affordable motherboards that have more than 6 USB ports.
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I don't understand why they changed the socket, again. It would have been entirely possible for them to keep the 1155 for longer. Looks like I'll be cruising with my 2500K for the foreseeable future.
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I don't understand why they changed the socket, again. It would have been entirely possible for them to keep the 1155 for longer. Looks like I'll be cruising with my 2500K for the foreseeable future.

Based on?

Haswell brings more components on package, thus requires a different chipset.
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I don't understand why they changed the socket, again. It would have been entirely possible for them to keep the 1155 for longer. Looks like I'll be cruising with my 2500K for the foreseeable future.

They have no intent of pleasing the dirty not motherboard changing peasants.
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Unless Haswell has a major increase of performance over sandy bridge... I'm just going to go ivy bridge in my next machine.

Seems like a solid upgrade from Sandy Bridge to me, especially if they don't get as hot as IB. From Sandy you get conservatively 15-30 performance increase. But more importantly you also get a better chipset (i.e. native 3.0 and PCIE 3.0).
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I don't understand why they changed the socket, again. It would have been entirely possible for them to keep the 1155 for longer. Looks like I'll be cruising with my 2500K for the foreseeable future.

No, it would not be possible to go with 1155 with the new architecture. You have a lot to learn before you start spewing stuff.
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I don't understand why they changed the socket, again. It would have been entirely possible for them to keep the 1155 for longer. Looks like I'll be cruising with my 2500K for the foreseeable future.

They have no intent of pleasing the dirty not motherboard changing peasants.

So are all P67 motherboards compatible with Ivy?
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No, it would not be possible to go with 1155 with the new architecture. You have a lot to learn before you start spewing stuff.
Why wouldn't it? I just feel like reducing it by 5 pins doesn't really do much for anyone but the companies. What makes it so different that it needs less pins?
Edited by brfield - 12/11/12 at 12:24pm
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Seems like a solid upgrade from Sandy Bridge to me, especially if they don't get as hot as IB. From Sandy you get conservatively 15-30 performance increase. But more importantly you also get a better chipset (i.e. native 3.0 and PCIE 3.0).
Love people pulling out random numbers.
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Why wouldn't it? I just feel like reducing it by 5 pond doesn't really do much for anyone but the companies. What makes it so different that it needs less pins?

If you don't know, why did you post about it?
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No, it would not be possible to go with 1155 with the new architecture. You have a lot to learn before you start spewing stuff.
Why wouldn't it? I just feel like reducing it by 5 pond doesn't really do much for anyone but the companies. What makes it so different that it needs less pins?

Like I said, it is a different architecture. With a different architecture requires a different style of motherboard to run it.
The same rule can apply to where most P67, H61 (if not all) boards are not able to run Ivy CPU's.
Even if Haswell had 1155 pins instead of 1150, Haswell would not work with Z77 motherboards.
So LGA1150 helps to notify people that the CPU will not run on Z77 boards instead of people being confused if it was LGA1155.
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