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Thats to be expected from a preview. I doubt intel would let him talk about everything or itd be a review instead hehe.
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If you have a Sandybridge or Ivybridge then you likely would not notice anything from the upgrade in actual use.
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If you have a Sandybridge or Ivybridge then you likely would not notice anything from the upgrade in actual use.

So should I just stick with my 1155 mobo and just upgrade my CPU?
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So should I just stick with my 1155 mobo and just upgrade my CPU?

That'd be a good idea, just get yourself an unlocked K series chip and have some fun smile.gif
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So should I just stick with my 1155 mobo and just upgrade my CPU?

i say wait 3 months for the next latest processor it's only 3 months away....

if it was 6 months away i would say go for an ivy, but now just wait...
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I think the 3 months will give me time to warm my wife up to the idea
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I think the 3 months will give me time to warm my wife up to the idea

good luck biggrin.gif
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I've heard from a source that the new Haswell CPU's won't be worth it / all they're cracked up to be.

Input? Thoughts?

a site im using has tested one of the first Haswell's..

So, now enthusiasts have a general sense for how Haswell will compare to high-end Sandy Bridge, Sandy Bridge-E, and Ivy Bridge processors. You probably could have guessed this before even looking at our benchmarks,
but the pre-production Core i7-4770K is in the neighborhood of 7 to 13% faster than Core i7-3770K in today’s threaded workloads.
That’s pretty consistent with the evolution from Sandy to Ivy Bridge,
even as the flagship Haswell-based part keeps its thermal ceiling under 84 W.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/core-i7-4770k-haswell-performance,3461.html


edit,
srry, just noticed its already posted on page 2 yesterday..
besides if its a bit faster then ivy, im curious about the temps when you start ocing it,
of what ive heard/read, they will use tim again between die and ihs..
Edited by VonDutch - 3/19/13 at 3:03am
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