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Yea, I would hate to throw $1200-$1500 into a Rampage 5 Extreme a 6-core Haswell-E CPU and DDR4 memory only to have a less responsive rig with single and slightly threaded apps, than I do now. Most likely wait for the reviews and move to a new platform early 2015, not giving up on this 3770k just yet. smile.gif

Still, I cannot wait to see all the new Haswell Refresh Z97 mobos and details on all the new chips. Maximus 7 Formula and Extreme will both be gorgeous.


What is that a picture of? Ice cream?
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so... ive been googling for the past hour but couldnt find the answer im looking for. based on these news about haswell refresh launch date...

when will Z97 motherboard will start coming out....?

ps: is this the right thread to ask that question? biggrin.gif
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Broadwell? Whether it's gonna be faster than that? Forget that talk. It's beyond that:

Intel is pretty much playing like a Monopoly at the moment, like a Godfather since it practically has no competition from AMD, in the mainstream desktop and performance market.

Have you noticed the Haswell chip was SMALLER?

That's right guys, they actually gimped their own chip in a process that would become more mature because we are their slaves, victims of their monopoly.

Dramatic? Life is dramatic: AMD is practically useless in the segment anyone cares in here and they are not even innocent since they are accomplices in holding together the x86/x86-64 patents.
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Broadwell? Whether it's gonna be faster than that? Forget that talk. It's beyond that:

Intel is pretty much playing like a Monopoly at the moment, like a Godfather since it practically has no competition from AMD, in the mainstream desktop and performance market.

Have you noticed the Haswell chip was SMALLER?

That's right guys, they actually gimped their own chip in a process that would become more mature because we are their slaves, victims of their monopoly.

Dramatic? Life is dramatic: AMD is practically useless in the segment anyone cares in here and they are not even innocent since they are accomplices in holding together the x86/x86-64 patents.

Can all the people who said AMD giving up on the High end would have no impact on Intel's performance, delay and price please stand up.

Edit: AMD have already come out and said they have no interest in competing with Intel (Not enough R&D, Money and Resources)
Edited by badrapper - 3/30/14 at 9:06pm
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Can all the people who said AMD giving up on the High end would have no impact on Intel's performance, delay and price please stand up.

Edit: AMD have already come out and said they have no interest in competing with Intel (Not enough R&D, Money and Resources)

To be honest AMD would not be the reason for Intel to lower performance of the chips.

Intel has a almost a 75% market share for its chips, beyond majority. (if not 75% around that range give or take)

The issue is actually that the CPU power surpasses almost any type of program that exists today.
Gamers are a small minority.

Large data centers need xeons, and power efficient chips.

Also mobile devices are taking over PC whether you want to agree or not it will happen we are a minority just a plain fact. Majority are those facebook monglers playing farmvil and have never touched a 60$ game in their life time and stick with ipad free or dollar apps.

So in general..increase in performance in huge jumps are unlikely for this simple reason..company follows money. Now the name of the game is power efficiency

Also on a side note, chips are hitting the end of moors law and possibly debunking it, and unless atomic chips come out soon well then idk..(by atomic its the step before quantum)


But hey these are my opinion *shrug* I do not think I have said anything "wrong" per say, so correct me if I am indeed wrong.
post #57 of 60
still no mandatory thunderbolt port... very disappointed

and you dont get small business advantage with Z boards... lame
post #58 of 60
Wonder if it has SATA 3.2 support?
post #59 of 60
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Originally Posted by fateswarm View Post

Broadwell? Whether it's gonna be faster than that? Forget that talk. It's beyond that:

Intel is pretty much playing like a Monopoly at the moment, like a Godfather since it practically has no competition from AMD, in the mainstream desktop and performance market.

Have you noticed the Haswell chip was SMALLER?

That's right guys, they actually gimped their own chip in a process that would become more mature because we are their slaves, victims of their monopoly.

Dramatic? Life is dramatic: AMD is practically useless in the segment anyone cares in here and they are not even innocent since they are accomplices in holding together the x86/x86-64 patents.

Gimped huh? Well-well, now, you sound like someone I know....A stand up comedian, in fact thumb.gif

If there was a reason for desktops to make a comeback, maybe we would have more players, PS4 and Xbox are basically desktops posing as consoles

Strange that you would proclaim Intel a "godfather" after vigorously defending Nvidia headscratch.gif
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Well I would argue the OS and game software isn't like a PC. That's what really matters.

Also, who am I kidding, I'll buy the X99 in the end. The desire to build pretty PC things is too strong and you know that's boards will focus on aesthetics.
Edited by Neo Zuko - 3/31/14 at 11:39am
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