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I just dont see this socket doing as well as the 1366.


I dunno.
This is the mainstream socket(1155). The LGA1366 replacement is Socket 2011 due about 6 months after this.
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Looks pretty average in terms of a new CPU, only looks about 700Mhz faster clock for clock (As in, a Core i7 needs to be 700mhz faster than one of these to match it) than Core i7 is now, for comparison, the difference between Phenom II pre-Thuban and Core i7 is 500Mhz clock for clock in quad core only scenarios, Core i7 is about 750Mhz faster in programs that use the extra HT cores.

Go AMD, you caught up to Core i7 with Thuban, now get ahead with Bulldozer, maybe it'll be the next Athlon64.
    
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Made me think of Elfen Lied
Insinuating that you weren't already thinking about it (judging from your avatar).
post #14 of 61
*sigh* ANOTHER new socket? *** Intel? 1156 only just started getting really mainstream, and now it's already being replaced? Every time I ponder going Intel, hoping for a platform that will stick around for more than 18 months, you do this. 2 years from release to obsolete, way to go intel. Try keeping a socket for 3 or 4 years, and I'll shift, deal?
You're even replacing 1366 as well? Sheesh, I was under the (obviously incorrect) impression that 1366 was intended to be the enthusiast and professional platform for a few years to come...
    
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if this thing can run SC2 at solid levels(even if I must OC its GPU) then this will be my next CPU.
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post #16 of 61
Ok so this confirms what I had initially thought and that is that Intel's Sandy Bridge will move to the LGA1155 socket. It seems that LGA1366 is short lived simply because Bloomfield and Westmere are the only processor architectures built specifically and can be used on the LGA1366 socket. I'm quite satisfied with my current processor as of the moment but I will definitely consider either Sandy Bridge or Bulldozer for my next big upgrade.
post #17 of 61
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Ok so this confirms what I had initially thought and that is that Intel's Sandy Bridge will move to the LGA1155 socket. It seems that LGA1366 is short lived simply because Bloomfield and Westmere are the only processor architectures built specifically and can be used on the LGA1366 socket. I'm quite satisfied with my current processor as of the moment but I will definitely consider either Sandy Bridge or Bulldozer for my next big upgrade.
I'd wait if I were you.
    
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*sigh* ANOTHER new socket? *** Intel? 1156 only just started getting really mainstream, and now it's already being replaced? Every time I ponder going Intel, hoping for a platform that will stick around for more than 18 months, you do this. 2 years from release to obsolete, way to go intel. Try keeping a socket for 3 or 4 years, and I'll shift, deal?
You're even replacing 1366 as well? Sheesh, I was under the (obviously incorrect) impression that 1366 was intended to be the enthusiast and professional platform for a few years to come...
Tell me about it. They need to find another 775 replacement.

I remember back when 775 was holding strong and AMD were constantly shifting sockets. It annoyed the hell out of me then, and it annoys the hell out of me now.
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post #19 of 61
Well, this isn't too surprising. We got early reports that 1155 socket was going to be like this. Also, it still doesn't have 2 pcie slots running at the full 16x It's still going to be 16x and 8x I really don't see why Intel felt the need to invest money into this socket. I don't see anything great about it. I also feel like the replacement for the 1366 socket is going to be the same. I'm sticking with my current i7 setup for quite a while.
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post #20 of 61
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This is the mainstream socket(1155). The LGA1366 replacement is Socket 2011 due about 6 months after this.
Socket 2011 only replaces 1366 on the Server/Workstation end.

LGA1366/x58's consumer end is replaced by 1356
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