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post #111 of 202
sdlvx - give it up man and face the facts...
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Whats the price for haswell? Same as Ivy?
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Looks like Haswell will be able to compete with AMD in the HTPC market, since what's been lacking nowadays is a good enough iGPU. Will not upgrade my desktop with this marginally better cpu though.
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Whats the price for haswell? Same as Ivy?
Almost
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Hmm this review makes me wonder whether I should get the 3770K or the 4670K. Main purpose would be gaming (mostly MMOs) since the 4770K is out of my budget. =/
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You should get he 4670K.
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3770K if already have mobo, if buying new mobo then 4670K.
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Difference between 4670k and 4770k? Would be more expensive?
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3770K if already have mobo, if buying new mobo then 4670K.

Don't have a mobo yet, upgrading from a Phenom II 955.

I wish we knew whether Skylake/Skymont will be using socket 1150 or a new socket, cause the next time I upgrade would likely be Skymont in 3 years (my typical CPU upgrade is once every 3 years).
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3770K if already have mobo, if buying new mobo then 4670K.

Don't have a mobo yet, upgrading from a Phenom II 955.

I wish we knew whether Skylake/Skymont will be using socket 1150 or a new socket, cause the next time I upgrade would likely be Skymont in 3 years (my typical CPU upgrade is once every 3 years).
don't think it will be (Skylake) it's going to be 10nm but Broadwell (14nm) should be also on LGA 1150..
(or something like that)..
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