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I think people with the 990X are still saying that too.

 

I'll quote this in 2015.

 
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post #112 of 130
I love my i5 2500K. I live within 10 miles of Micro center (and FRY's), and have a MC card too! Anyways I bought my 2500k over a year ago for $174 and I am not going to upgrade unless my CPU becomes a bottleneck. I can overclock it to 5.1ghz on air. No need for anything elseat the moment.
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I'm hoping Haswell gives me something to get excited about Render Farm wise... It's a pain to transfer all my Software licences so when I do it I want it to be worth it. June gives me some time to get it all planned out right. Hopefully Nvidia plays ball as well. I've given up hope for a reasonable 8-core non Xeon CPU for Cinema4D but a nice 6 Core would do the trick if it has some headroom.

I've been bashed for still running the I-7 920, from some saying what's the point, and I'll apparently never upgrade" etc... rolleyes.gif
I was hoping for something from Intel big last year, and then the locked Xeon's rained on my parade, so I bought an Acura NSX with the money instead of the killer SR-X rig I was thinking about. In retrospect I'm not complaining about that.

I'm at end of life, or end of trust with my current Mobo and really want to jump ship into a new Rig this year. We'll see.

Acura NSX>Intel.
post #114 of 130
What does it mean that Haswell has 'hardware image stabalization'?

Can this be used to help video stabilization rendering, or is it simply for playback?

I feel Haswell is a big thing for laptops/tablets/ultrabooks, but the on the desktop its simply another minor upgrade.
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Just get Best Buy to price match Micro Center.
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Still currently using an I7 950 @4.2GHZ

I have yet to run into games that run this thing up over 25-30% usage...
Looks like I won't be upgrading either.
[Only hitting 60c (I lapped) lots of head room

Guess i'll throw that money into some 2400mhz ram, and a new SSD
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Still currently using an I7 950 @4.2GHZ

I have yet to run into games that run this thing up over 25-30% usage...
Looks like I won't be upgrading either.
[Only hitting 60c (I lapped) lots of head room

Guess i'll throw that money into some 2400mhz ram, and a new SSD
25-30% of what, any single core, your real cores, or real and virtual cores?
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25-30% of what, any single core, your real cores, or real and virtual cores?

CPU usage. (as in as a whole)


The more i look at these haswell's the more i think IVY bridge with a new name and new socket to get people to fork over $€ :/
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As with many other x58 owners, I'm good for now though I'd be interested in clock per clock with Nehalem vs Sandy vs Haswell.
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As with many other x58 owners, I'm good for now though I'd be interested in clock per clock with Nehalem vs Sandy vs Haswell.

if SB-E/X79 was not tempting enough for you guys to upgrade I think you might as well wait for Haswell-E (or hold out to see whether Ivy-E surprises).
Edited by sherlock - 2/14/13 at 11:06pm
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