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You must be young people..

When your an old fat.. A year flys by in no time.

But Yes you can always get SB and sell it for IB...

I may get SB if i get the free MB i may get...
    
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I agree with 1366. I just got into it. Hopefully in a year or so when intel starts releasing all their new high end chips, the current 6 cores will drop to reasonable prices. And I will jump up to one of them.

Either way a current i7 should last for quite a while. Like someone said above if you really want the socket to last a few cpu's you should probably consider amd.
The thing about going 1366 is that you buy an i7 950 and then....upgrade everything again in a few years. With LGA775, you could start with a cheap dual core (I started with a e2160) and then move to a higher end dual core (e8400) and then eventually to a higher end quad core (Q9550). With 1366, you get i7 950 and then pay $1000 (or $550 with price drops) for the 985x or whatever the top one is. There isn't much room to get in and grow.

Hope that clarifies what I am looking for. Something to hop in at the mid level and still have options to upgrade without upgrading the mobo and ram.
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I would have to think sandy bridge (1155) will last longer then 1366. And yes sandy bridge will have an i7 (2600,2600k) and it looks to be a beast.
Will anything come out that is better than the 2600k on 1155? I would be much more willing to move to Sandy Bridge if I could hop in at the 2500k and then eventually move up to [something not yet known]. Or will these listed processors be the only ones created for this socket?
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Ivy bridge is just the tock of sandy bridge and I see all socket 2011 processors being expensive. I can't wait to have a processor with 20 megs of L3
IT is the Enthusiast socket of SB..

Just reading the info for that is out now...

It is going to kick the Release SB Chips butt by quite abit..

There is not much talk about it.. Donno why..

16cores with HT and twice the EU's Sounds like a dream come true!

It is the socket Aimed for Enthusiast Like the 980x is..

But id go as far as saying the 4 core Ivy bridge CPUs being faster then the 980x..
    
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The thing about going 1366 is that you buy an i7 950 and then....upgrade everything again in a few years. With LGA775, you could start with a cheap dual core (I started with a e2160) and then move to a higher end dual core (e8400) and then eventually to a higher end quad core (Q9550). With 1366, you get i7 950 and then pay $1000 (or $550 with price drops) for the 985x or whatever the top one is. There isn't much room to get in and grow.

Hope that clarifies what I am looking for. Something to hop in at the mid level and still have options to upgrade without upgrading the mobo and ram.
Then you should probably wait until sandy bridge comes out. Then just get whatever cpu you can afford. Just remember only the ones with a "k" on the end are able to overclock.

THe only problem I see with your method is you need to get a good board from the start. But coming from a budget standpoint this may not fit.

Because once you start getting to the high end cpu, that board that worked fine with the cheap dual core might not cut it for the fancy quad and a big overclock.
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IT is the Enthusiast socket of SB..

Just reading the info for that is out now...

It is going to kick the Release SB Chips butt by quite abit..

There is not much talk about it.. Donno why..

16cores with HT and twice the EU's Sounds like a dream come true!

It is the socket Aimed for Enthusiast Like the 980x is..

But id go as far as saying the 4 core Ivy bridge CPUs being faster then the 980x..

There's talk about it - but lets be honest - this is overclock.net. People want to hit 5.0 Ghz NOW, not in x amount of months
I'm not one of those people and think waiting for sandy bridge, Ivy Bridge and Bulldozer to come out for true comparisons would be best.
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Then you should probably wait until sandy bridge comes out. Then just get whatever cpu you can afford. Just remember only the ones with a "k" on the end are able to overclock.

THe only problem I see with your method is you need to get a good board from the start. But coming from a budget standpoint this may not fit.

Because once you start getting to the high end cpu, that board that worked fine with the cheap dual core might not cut it for the fancy quad and a big overclock.
I always buy an expensive board for future proofing a socket. I learned that lesson in the past
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I always buy an expensive board for future proofing a socket. I learned that lesson in the past
Well ...

It is up to you... SB is replaceing The Current i5...

Ivy Bridge is replaceing the Current i7...

That means the Big Daddy boards will be for Ivy..

But the Early GB Mbs Are looking quite nice.. 24 phase power etc..

Asus has only Released the MAximus.. Donno If a Rampage Extreme will be Released for SB... They may wait for Ivy...

But If you want SB Id Grab the 2600k + A GB UD7.
    
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