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All the pricing speculation reminds me

Lolz... but that dream did come true within the 1st year after the GTX 780 launched... I got my EVGA SC for $490 biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Millillion View Post

Yes, PCI-e 3.0 is handled directly by the CPU, but 2.0 goes through this.

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PCI-E 2.0 through the chipset can be used for additional on board 3rd party sata controllers, usb controllers, etc. You have the same functionality on other chipsets as well.

GPUs will use the pci-e 3.0 lanes straight to the CPU obviously...

cheers for you both and +rep
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Well looks like I'm gonna be sitting on my i7 920 for at least another year. Never had such a big itch to upgrade. Year after year I'm looking for intel to release the next i7 920. The i7 920 is like nvidias graphics card 8800 series. Blew everything else outta the water and it took forever for anything to truly take it over. In my case the HD 5850. Then crossfired them. The only reason I upgraded to the GTX 680 was due to the limited VRAM of the 5850 (1GB) which my 1600p monitor ate up like it was nothing. One thing I overlooked was the bus width. And even the GTX 680 couldn't handle my 1600p monitor. Well to be fair it does pack a bunch just not enough for demanding games. My mistakes in graphic card purchases have been one after the other. Maybe I just underestimated what is required to push 4million pixels on the latest games. Hopefully maxwell will be my savior. I think nvidia is making the same mistake touting "4K" resolutions. It may be able to render that resolution at a whopping 20fps. Unless they have some magic powers. Much less the 1440p 120Hz monitor about to come out with gsync. Okay yea good luck running that without spending $1400 on 2x780ti at minimum.

Yet the i7 920? Best investment ever. Don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing. Sandy bridge? Nope. Ivy Bridge? Nope. Haswell? Nope. Haswell-E? Well yea but in that case you've added 2 to 4 extra cores or 4 to 8 extra threads. In raw performance that's a hell of an upgrade. In real world? 1% is gonna be using that. Photoshop? Really? video rendering? What the hell are you trying to render avatar? No seriously though that sounds honestly like a job the GPU could do a lot better.

I do wanna note that I was the guy who said my i7 would be utilized some day And it has it's keeping up with even haswell i'm talking in video games of course. This is all probably due to intel shifting focus to the mobile market. Which they are doing ok at. They arrived a bit late. Honestly what intel is good at is single threaded performance. They are the king at it. Yet they seem to have ditched it. (for now). Please come back intel XD. Or AMD step up your game make them fear you! lo
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post #144 of 253
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Then last October/November more information from Intel stated there would be only one 6-core, and two 8-cores.

I'm sorry, but can you actually find this reference? I've yet to see anything suggesting this.
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Well looks like I'm gonna be sitting on my i7 920 for at least another year. Never had such a big itch to upgrade. Year after year I'm looking for intel to release the next i7 920. The i7 920 is like nvidias graphics card 8800 series. Blew everything else outta the water and it took forever for anything to truly take it over. In my case the HD 5850. Then crossfired them. The only reason I upgraded to the GTX 680 was due to the limited VRAM of the 5850 (1GB) which my 1600p monitor ate up like it was nothing. One thing I overlooked was the bus width. And even the GTX 680 couldn't handle my 1600p monitor. Well to be fair it does pack a bunch just not enough for demanding games. My mistakes in graphic card purchases have been one after the other. Maybe I just underestimated what is required to push 4million pixels on the latest games. Hopefully maxwell will be my savior. I think nvidia is making the same mistake touting "4K" resolutions. It may be able to render that resolution at a whopping 20fps. Unless they have some magic powers. Much less the 1440p 120Hz monitor about to come out with gsync. Okay yea good luck running that without spending $1400 on 2x780ti at minimum.

Yet the i7 920? Best investment ever. Don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing. Sandy bridge? Nope. Ivy Bridge? Nope. Haswell? Nope. Haswell-E? Well yea but in that case you've added 2 to 4 extra cores or 4 to 8 extra threads. In raw performance that's a hell of an upgrade. In real world? 1% is gonna be using that. Photoshop? Really? video rendering? What the hell are you trying to render avatar? No seriously though that sounds honestly like a job the GPU could do a lot better.

I do wanna note that I was the guy who said my i7 would be utilized some day And it has it's keeping up with even haswell i'm talking in video games of course. This is all probably due to intel shifting focus to the mobile market. Which they are doing ok at. They arrived a bit late. Honestly what intel is good at is single threaded performance. They are the king at it. Yet they seem to have ditched it. (for now). Please come back intel XD. Or AMD step up your game make them fear you! lol

Yeah I'm still rocking my i7-930 with a GTX 470 on my 1440p monitor. The 930 is showing minor signs of instability but I'll run that thing into the ground before I do a full platform upgrade again
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Still sitting on 990X here... Have had absolutely no reason to upgrade, that is until I see this 8 core X model.
    
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Still sitting on 990X here... Have had absolutely no reason to upgrade, that is until I see this 8 core X model.

it doesnt kinda feel like the next 990x, i.e. could last years and still perform
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Me want 8-cores!
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Ah. I have finally spotted my next upgrade. DDR4 support and 16 core. A true doubling of what I currently have is what I always go with for computer upgrades. Call me stupid or whatever, I only upgrade over major revisions.
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We've been saying essentially the same thing since people were arguing on whether the Q6600 was worth it over any of the dual core variants.

I remember the 2 vs 4 core debates when quads came out. I'm glad I opted for the Q9550 which I still have in use today. I'm going to need more info on Haswell-E before I decide on 6 vs 8 but if we get everything we hoped for I'm going all in on this build. I want to try to reduce the number of rigs down to one. If the lower clocks on the 8 cores don't hurt gaming noticeably then that's probably the one.
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