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Calling all Sandy Bridge-E users

Poll Results: Did you upgrade to Ivy Bridge-E?

 
  • 33% (2)
    Yes, I have already upgraded
  • 16% (1)
    No, but I am planning on upgrading soon
  • 50% (3)
    No, and I don't plan to either
6 Total Votes  
post #1 of 4
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Will you or have you upgraded to Ivy Bridge-E?
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I7-3820 user here, hoping to jump to a 4930k within the next year or less. wink.gif
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post #3 of 4
The only real reason to go with the X79 boards is for the extra 2 cores depending on the applications you're running or 3 GPU's.
post #4 of 4
Nope - I love my 3960X. IB-E seems pretty underwhelming as far as an upgrade goes - I think I'll hold out until the 8 Core Hawell-E release.
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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post

The only real reason to go with the X79 boards is for the extra 2 cores depending on the applications you're running or 3 GPU's.

SB-E is X79 also.
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