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http://www.xfastest.com/viewthread.p...&extra=&page=1. Mid-july release according to here:http://www.hardware.info/en-UK/newsbygroup/1/ [Thursday 05/06/2008]. Note: Pinoit Noir is now Rampage Extreme (according to Inquirer).
so according to INQ 790i magically becomes X48?
post #32 of 52
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Doesn't make sense but according to the Inquirer thats what happened (check pinoit noir topic for inquirer link).
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Not with consumer PCs that run the market. The 775 is going to be around for atleast another 4 years because Nehelams aren't going to be affordable for a while. And even then most people are probably running on dual core pentiums(assumption based on the number of computer i have sold). Most consumer based people will not see an advantage from a dual Pentium to a core 2 duo. they see intel and hey it good lets just get it even though it might be the crappiest computer in the store.

Its really the consumers that drive the market. If there was a sudden boom in Nehelam cpus being sold vs quads and duals, yes it would go away faster. Butt socket LGA 775 is gonna be here for a long time as long as the consumer remains ignorant to what sets one processor from another.And is trying to spend as little money as possible on a computer
And trust explaining how L2 cahce and what not doesn't work at all. The more technical terms you use with a customer, the faster you lose them. The less they care about whether they buy a great cpu vs one my dog wouldn't even use.

Oh yea, I agree for the mass consumers 775 will be alive for awhile but how many rigs do you sell with a $350+ priced mb in them? If anything like around here not very many.

I guess I should have been more specific. For the market the Rampage Extreme is aimed for it will more than likely have a little bit of a short lifespan. As I'm sure X58 will knock some boots off of a X48 mb. But of course they will have a good sale at the beginnig, but I would venture to say when Nehalem comes out anybody looking for a new mb will want to go with a 1366 mb.

I do wonder what price they will hit the channel at.
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post #34 of 52
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Doesn't make sense but according to the Inquirer thats what happened (check pinoit noir topic for inquirer link).
according to them the G80 was a failure. your point is?
post #35 of 52
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Nehalem is coming soon and introduces 1366 socket.. so yes 775 is going to go the way of the dodo.

It will take a while before the 775 socket dies out. There is way too much newly released hardware for this socket to just become obsolete immediately with the release of the 1366 socket. It's just not going to happen. Most here still use ddr2 ram so one will have to buy new ram, mb and cpu to make the change over. One will be probably be looking at $600 at the least to make the move from 775 to 1366.
Having said all this I will be building a Nehalem rig and replacing a couple of 478 socket PC's with 775 ones.
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My point is that Inquirers report about the motherboard is wrong about how it became the Rampage Extreme.
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I don't like it's looks.
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I want it so bad
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I've already bought one DDR3 $360 motherboard this year. It would take an aweful amazing review on that board to entice me to make that kind of investment again any time soon...
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I've already bought one DDR3 $360 motherboard this year. It would take an aweful amazing review on that board to entice me to make that kind of investment again any time soon...
says the guy with an Intel EE.
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