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post #771 of 1002
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Yea haswell. The charts maarten12100 posted a link to.

Ah yeah.

I`d say Intel will push out higher clocked CPUs than Ivy Bridge, netting that extra speed plus the 10% extra IPC which in total will be a big deal. Power consumption will be better because of the onboard Voltage regulator and better management of idle/active phases thumb.gif
post #772 of 1002
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I don't see how you draw this conclusion, NVidia is raking in the money with 670/680s. They are doing quite well, the marketing wars have little to do with a companies approach to business when they are selling things just fine.
Well being able to say we make the best fastest gpu's in the world will boost the lower end for the normal consumer with normal consumer I mean non pc enthusiast.
post #773 of 1002
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I have to put this carefully. The charts that were posted are not right. HS is faster (can't say by how much) but it's not down to just IPC.
I'm really glad to hear that.
I know you can't say anything on performance or specs just like that other guy I spoke on this forum which you only get me photographs.
Lucky bastards biggrin.gif

Haswell might be a future upgrade unless I of course skip a generation all rather depends if it is worth it for me or not at that time.
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It could have been the motherboard they were useing or a different ES.
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post #775 of 1002
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Haswell might be a future upgrade unless I of course skip a generation all rather depends if it is worth it for me or not at that time.

Have fun waiting those 2-2.5 years for something worth upgrading over Haswell...
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Have fun waiting those 2-2.5 years for something worth upgrading over Haswell...
What makes you think that I have to wait if my platform suffices as my new platform will last 3 gens so I might skip a gen.
Even my dual 1366 build which I build years ago still holds up to the higher mid end. (I'm just itching to upgrade but I would be in to late to go quad 2011(however I can get if for cheap 750 for the board and another 150 euro per proc))
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It could have been the motherboard they were useing or a different ES.
That could've been the case also those benches aren't really that great would've rather seen Cinebench 11.5(however I won't be able to compare that with my new platform as Cinebench only goes up to 64 threads biggrin.gif )
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You`d be a fool to skip Haswell only to aim for Broadwell. Its only a die shrink.

And 3 gens before upgrading? That sounds very boring tongue.gif
post #778 of 1002
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You`d be a fool to skip Haswell only to aim for Broadwell. Its only a die shrink.

And 3 gens before upgrading? That sounds very boring tongue.gif
I'm on Nehalem I'm bad and I should feel bad.
From Ivy-EX to Broadwell-EX will be the plan so as soon as I buy the platform it can last me 3/4 years.
It is actually great price/performance as it will be faster than any single socket for the coming 6 years+.
post #779 of 1002
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I'm on Nehalem I'm bad and I should feel bad.
From Ivy-EX to Broadwell-EX will be the plan so as soon as I buy the platform it can last me 3/4 years.
It is actually great price/performance as it will be faster than any single socket for the coming 6 years+.

Oh well, your choice. You could have gotten that Haswell-EX a year before that Broadwell-EX and the only difference between those two will be like 5%.

I totally understand the price/performance thingy, although I`m not like that at all. I buy new hardware each year, maybe twice a year
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Since everyone is going OT, when's the IB-E due ? Is there even a confirmed release date and, more importantly, how many cores will the most powerful model feature ? I'm guessing 8 but I saw rumors not too long ago about a 10 core IB-E ??
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