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Haswell-E will likely have a different socket(right now called Socket R3) to accommodate DDR4 IMC, you should be fine with socket compatibility up to Ivy-E. but Intel might come out with a X89 chipset for Ivy-E with Thunderbolt, boatloads of native SATA3 & USB3.0.
Yeah but when it comes down to it, I just cant keep wating for new tech, otherwise ill end up never actually getting anything lol, and i see x89 being a while away from now anyway.
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Broadwell is expected 15 months after haswell putting its release around September of 2014

Even better. Makes my 3770 purchase even more worth it.
Hopefully we'll have some desktop 8-core goodness next year.
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If they release X89 I just hope it has sas
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Haswell's apparently going to bring quite a bit of IPC over sandy, though the biggest thing I've heard, which I like the most...

It's been said to be an overclockers dream.

Now THAT'S what I'm waiting for,

Same here, I'm having a hard time deciding between a Sandy-E and Haswell. If I go with the latter I'd have to wait ~5 months, and as someone said be "beta-testers" for the new chipset and CPU, but then again if it's gonna overclock to 5+ghz with minimal voltage and low temps then it's gonna be worth it.
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If they release X89 I just hope it has sas
I doubt it, I don't even think their server parts have SAS. Probably some kind of joint research/licensing agreement.
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Same here, I'm having a hard time deciding between a Sandy-E and Haswell. If I go with the latter I'd have to wait ~5 months, and as someone said be "beta-testers" for the new chipset and CPU, but then again if it's gonna overclock to 5+ghz with minimal voltage and low temps then it's gonna be worth it.

If I feel the itch to buy Haswell it will probably be sometime between September and October instead of June-July, just because I don't want to be a beta bio tester and with waiting one also have a much better idea what the chip could do(more benchmarks & OC feedbacks). You also avoid the early price bump(both CPU and mobo) as well as getting more mobo choices since most manufactures won't release their premium level boards(ROG, UP, Mpower,OC Formula etc) at launch anyway.
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I doubt it, I don't even think their server parts have SAS. Probably some kind of joint research/licensing agreement.

Actually there is a "X79" board with SAS, the Gigabyte X79S-UP5 offers 8 SAS ports powered by its C606 chipset(Server chipset)


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If I feel the itch to buy Haswell it will probably be sometime between September and October instead of June-July, just because I don't want to be a beta bio tester and with waiting one also have a much better idea what the chip could do(more benchmarks & OC feedbacks). You also avoid the early price bump(both CPU and mobo) as well as getting more mobo choices since most manufactures won't release their premium level boards(ROG, UP, Mpower,OC Formula etc) at launch anyway.
Actually there is a "X79" board with SAS, the Gigabyte X79S-UP5 offers 8 SAS ports powered by its C606 chipset(Server version of X79)


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If I feel the itch to buy Haswell it will probably be sometime between September and October instead of June-July, just because I don't want to be a beta bio tester and with waiting one also have a much better idea what the chip could do(more benchmarks & OC feedbacks). You also avoid the early price bump(both CPU and mobo) as well as getting more mobo choices since most manufactures won't release their premium level boards(ROG, UP, Mpower,OC Formula etc) at launch anyway.

Meh, the more I think about the more I feel like going Sandy-E.

Or I could go Ivy-E if intel doesn't cheap out on TIM between the die and the IHS... decisions decisions.
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Meh, the more I think about the more I feel like going Sandy-E.

Or I could go Ivy-E if intel doesn't cheap out on TIM between the die and the IHS... decisions decisions.

Intel can't cheap out with the x79 chips or its a slap in the face to us all
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Maximus iv and v were released same day as sandy and ivy

Maximus V Extreme was introduced in June, I don't consider that "same day as Ivy".

MIVE was announced in Janurary and MVG was released around launch so your point are true. My point was that by waiting a couple month you get more board options because manufacture would hold their Premium/flagship boards back a couple month which is still true.
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