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Disappointed with Haswell, When is Ivy Bridge E coming out?

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So after seeing some very disappointing numbers with Haswell, I'm thinking of an Ivy Bridge E build

I was originally going with either Haswell or Sandy Bridge E....but since seeing some very disappointing numbers with Haswell (both OC and temps), I'm thinking of just going with Sandy Bridge E....then I realized Ivy E was suppose to come out sometime soon, so I might as well wait for that biggrin.gif

Anyway, yeah I know Ivy-E from the early leaks isn't suppose to be anything crazy special....I think 10% faster than Sandy E? But at least you are paying for an enthusiast part...and no more TIM on the die!! Well, at least I hope so...because if Intel does put TIM on the die on an "enthusiast HEDT" part, then they are literally shooting themselves in the foot.
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Slated late September, but there are rumors of November release.
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ughhh, I was hoping August at the latest.
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Big question really is if there will be a motherboard refresh when Ivy-E launches. X89 maybe? The rumour train is mixed on it...
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post #5 of 83
Be prepared for another round of disappointment from Intel. Especially if we're stuck with X79 for Ivy Bridge-E yet again, which looks likely.

We're solidly into the age of single digit performance "upgrades" from generation to generation.
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You're in the era where the desktop market is taking a dive, and in a time where the "PC" is being redefined. Its just unfortunately the direction the masses are going, and unfortunately the gaming/enthusiast market is not as big as say the Data center, mobile markets.
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post #7 of 83
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Originally Posted by altsanity View Post

Big question really is if there will be a motherboard refresh when Ivy-E launches. X89 maybe? The rumour train is mixed on it...
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Originally Posted by RSharpe View Post

Be prepared for another round of disappointment from Intel. Especially if we're stuck with X79 for Ivy Bridge-E yet again, which looks likely.

We're solidly into the age of single digit performance "upgrades" from generation to generation.

I hope X89...it took them 2 years to finally release Ivy-E, which from the early leaks doesn't look that much faster than Sandy-E...so that would be disappointing if they didn't release any mobos

I know with Ivy-E, they are gonna come out with a 4 core 8 threaded unlocked processor....unlike the current 3820 which is a 4 core 8 threaded locked processor...I heard 3820's still overclock like a beast though
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You're in the era where the desktop market is taking a dive, and in a time where the "PC" is being redefined. Its just unfortunately the direction the masses are going, and unfortunately the gaming/enthusiast market is not as big as say the Data center, mobile markets.
Things are changing. I hope that as the consumer desktop market shrinks that consumers who usually buy, say an HP, computer and throw a video card in it in order to play games will be pushed and redirected toward the enthusiast market. Maybe the demise of the desktop will grow the enthusiast, do it yourself, side of things. It seems that motherboard manufacturers are really putting a lot of effort into the enthusiast side. This may be the start of a very exciting time for us!
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After doing some research on the LGA 2011 platform....I think I have my eyes set on the 4820k....which is the 3820 successor....I looked at the price of the 3820 and my jaw just dropped....and its such a beast of an OCer even with the locked multi...so I can imagine how it will be when the unlocked 4820k comes out in September.

Also, I'm pretty damn sure Intel will use solder with the LGA 2011 line....it would be extremely foolish to use cheapo TIM on the "Enthusiast High End" line of CPUs. I'm not saying Intel won't ....but it would similar to shooting yourself in the foot biggrin.gif ....SO with that said, Ivy-E with decent temps, and great OCing ability...that will bring back a few happy faces from the severe disappointment in Hasfail....I know Ivy Bridge 3770k and 3570k both OCed great once the heat was under control (Delid).
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post #10 of 83
I'm also in the same boat man, 4820K would be the way to go and should be better than the current 4770K, temp-wise, OC-wise and price wise. But what sucks is the waiting period.
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