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If I get an i5-4670k right after expected June launch, would there be many lga 1150s to choose from?

I would want something for a 7950 CF, so PCIe 3.0 x16/x16, so thats probably $200 range still right ?

I'll get some new ram later too, but on a side note is 2x2GB DDR3 1333 expected to be supported ?
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Here we go again...drool.gif

If I get an i5-4670k right after expected June launch, would there be many lga 1150s to choose from?

I would want something for a 7950 CF, so PCIe 3.0 x16/x16, so thats probably $200 range still right ?

I'll get some new ram later too, but on a side note is 2x2GB DDR3 1333 expected to be supported ?
I don't think anyone knows right now how many motherboards will be available at launch.

I don't know very much about US pricing either, but if you can get a 'board with PCI-e 3.0 x16/x16 support now for $200, I imagine you'll be able to get one for a similar price on the LGA 1150 socket as well.

As for the RAM, Haswell will continue to use dual-channel DDR3 memory, so yours will work fine.
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yea i would say they will deff be ready by launch, especially in the US or other major markets>
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Here we go again...drool.gif

If I get an i5-4670k right after expected June launch, would there be many lga 1150s to choose from?

I would want something for a 7950 CF, so PCIe 3.0 x16/x16, so thats probably $200 range still right ?

I'll get some new ram later too, but on a side note is 2x2GB DDR3 1333 expected to be supported ?


I haven't seen any concrete documentation on the matter, but it's my understanding that Haswell on Socket 1150 is going to be limited to 24 PCIe lanes. That means you're going to be stuck with x16 x8 in SLI at PCIe 3.0 with some type of PLX switch like on current 1155 motherboards. Socket 1150 is Intel's "mainstream" chipset replacement, if you want true x16 x16, you're going to need to get an X79 board and either wait for Ivy Bridge E, or get a SB-E processor today.

Even with today's 1155 boards, you're looking at a premium board (and premium price tag) to get the x16 x16 at full speed due to the PLX chip.

Anybody else heard if there's more than 24 lanes on 1150?

Greg
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Looks like 24 lanes on the 1150 as well...

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hey how old is that vr-zone thing?
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What prompted all this was the difference in BF3 and Skyrim when at stock clocks vs OCed i5 and OCed ram. And my ram are probably 3.5 yo and the mobo is close to 2 when in June.

I get worried of mobo failure after 2 years, best to sell it while its kicking good.
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Do mobo's sometimes start selling before the chip? If they started selling in late May I'd get the mobo right away
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You won't see motherboards for sale in the retail channel until the CPU release date, or very shortly thereafter. System integrators and hardware developers will probably get them and engineering samples of the CPUS along with non-disclosure agreements to go with them months in advance.

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