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socket 1150 1155 1156 and 2011

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Dear Guys,

Refer title above
can you guys explain .. what is the diffrent

and which one better for the gaming mobo


regards
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post #2 of 8
Each one is a socket type, referring to the number of pins connecting the CPU to the motherboard.

1156: Intel Lynnfield & Clarkdale processors. Obsolete.
1155: Intel Sandbridge & Ivy Bridge processors. Obsolete, but Ivy Bridge is still worth buying if you find it cheap.
1150: Intel Haswell processors. The newest technology.
2011: Intel Sandy Bridge-E processors. Faster than Haswell, but at a price premium.

A Haswell processor (either i5-4670k or i7-4770k) and Z87 motherboard is the best choice for gaming right now. Or Sandy Bridge-E only if you have buckets of money to spend and plan on doing tri or quad SLI.
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Each one is a socket type, referring to the number of pins connecting the CPU to the motherboard.

1156: Intel Lynnfield & Clarkdale processors. Obsolete.
1155: Intel Sandbridge & Ivy Bridge processors. Obsolete, but Ivy Bridge is still worth buying if you find it cheap.
1150: Intel Haswell processors. The newest technology.
2011: Intel Sandy Bridge-E processors. Faster than Haswell, but at a price premium.

A Haswell processor (either i5-4670k or i7-4770k) and Z87 motherboard is the best choice for gaming right now. Or Sandy Bridge-E only if you have buckets of money to spend and plan on doing tri or quad SLI.

So that means .. now the socket 1150 is the best choice for gaming

Hmm if i buy This Mobo Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Intel Socket 1150 Mainboard
and Intel Core i7-4770K Processor

i can still using my old Ram Psu and Graphic card ?


Thanks in advance
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So that means .. now the socket 1150 is the best choice for gaming

Hmm if i buy This Mobo Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Intel Socket 1150 Mainboard
and Intel Core i7-4770K Processor

i can still using my old Ram Psu and Graphic card ?


Thanks in advance

More than likely, the only question, what's your PSU?
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More than likely, the only question, what's your PSU?


My psu is bad one Cm 800 watt only
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Might be the only thing you need you swap out. If you are only using a single GFX card you can probably get a nice quality 450-550w unit and not break the bank.
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if iam using sli ... how much i need watt for psu ?
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if iam using sli ... how much i need watt for psu ?

Depends on the entire system, 750w would prob be a very safe bet.
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