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My brother is looking to build a new rig at this moment in time, and he's considering the 3570k, but realizes that the socket is pretty EOL in the sense that no new CPUs will be made for it, if he wanted to upgrade in 3-4 years. So I'm curious, if there's been any talk about these new CPUs for Haswell 1150, being the first and last of the socket, or are there talks of staying on that socket for awhile, because it seems that'd be the opposite of what Intel does, but I'd just want to make sure for my brother before he pulls the trigger on a mobo/CPU.
Edited by venomblade - 6/4/13 at 10:59am
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I'd imagine we should see a tick cycle of CPUs on this same socket. After that, the platform may be EOS/EOL
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Socket 1150 will likely have a similar 2 - 3 year life cycle as 1155 - you likely won't see Intel sockets lasting a long time like 775 did as Intel continues to integrate different components into the chip requiring different motherboards and thus different sockets. That is by no means to say that for a good price you shouldn't go with a 3570k as that chip will last quite a long time in terms of performance thumb.gif
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Buy a 3570K now, and start saving for Haswell-E next year. You'll want to be on that platform when it comes out, because the specs are so good that it will be a future proofed platform for years.
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This generation seems to be a bit of an odd case actually. Broadwell (next year's 14nm shrink of Haswell) is supposedly BGA only - as in, they won't be selling socketed Broadwell CPUs. The more I think about that though, the more ridiculous it sounds from a business sense, so I'd think there will be new 1150 chips next year as well. After that is Skylake which is confirmed to have DDR4 RAM support. I would have to guess that a new socket or at least chipset is needed for that. All of this to say, we aren't getting anything new out of 1155 and I doubt 1150 will be around all that long either.
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Originally Posted by frogger4 View Post

This generation seems to be a bit of an odd case actually. Broadwell (next year's 14nm shrink of Haswell) is supposedly BGA only - as in, they won't be selling socketed Broadwell CPUs. The more I think about that though, the more ridiculous it sounds from a business sense, so I'd think there will be new 1150 chips next year as well. After that is Skylake which is confirmed to have DDR4 RAM support. I would have to guess that a new socket or at least chipset is needed for that. All of this to say, we aren't getting anything new out of 1155 and I doubt 1150 will be around all that long either.

I'm fairly certain the Broadwell = BGA was just a bad rumor (or bad translation) and only laptop/OEM desktop stuff is BGA. Give me 5 minutes and I'll check what's up.

Edit: Yeah, wouldn't buy into the 1150 platform because more info about Skylake and what socket it'll use won't be available for at least 3 months.
Edited by dr/owned - 6/4/13 at 11:19am
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Tick-Tock. Intel has socket ADHD. Don't expect more than 3 years out of any socket.

X58 / LGA1366 (i7-920) , P55/ LGA1156 (i7-870) was probably worse than expected in terms of upgrading CPUs. X79 may have better luck, with Ivy-E but don't expect Haswell-E to be X79.
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Tick-Tock. Intel has socket ADHD. Don't expect more than 3 years out of any socket.

X58 / LGA1366 (i7-920) , P55/ LGA1156 (i7-870) was probably worse than expected in terms of upgrading CPUs. X79 may have better luck, with Ivy-E but don't expect Haswell-E to be X79.

http://wccftech.com/intel-roadmap-confirms-x99-chipset-ddr4-haswell-e-processors-compatible-socket-lga-20113/

Similar socket, but different chipset between Ivy and Haswell-E.
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

http://wccftech.com/intel-roadmap-confirms-x99-chipset-ddr4-haswell-e-processors-compatible-socket-lga-20113/

Similar socket, but different chipset between Ivy and Haswell-E.

Thanks for the confirmation smile.gif
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Based on the slides showing a "Haswell refresh" in 2014, I'd say that the Socket 1150 infrastructure should last a couple of years.
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