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Originally Posted by ca.j.stokes;11737250 
hmm, this thing might be quick after all. such a shame it doesn't run triple channel memory frown.gif

Tri is overrated and offers almost no significant gains over dual
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;11737440 
Am I hearing that right: only 1333Mhz DDR3 memory support, and that's it!?
With no way of pushing the bus clock to get that memory speed back, Sandy Bridge has completely lost my support. At least Bulldozer promises DDR3-1866.

1333 support is standard and the majority of p67 boards support up to ddr3 2200
    
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Wonder when Denmark will get SB Mobos/CPUs. Are they gonna be released at the same time world wide ? probably not frown.gif
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I just looked on Lambdatek and they had 267 yesterday and have none today
    
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post #24 of 72
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Originally Posted by Jean-Luc;11740946 
I just looked on Lambdatek and they had 267 yesterday and have none today

That was me, i bought them all. Sorry bro.

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Originally Posted by Boyboyd;11740980 
That was me, i bought them all. Sorry bro.

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All good biggrin.gif
    
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post #26 of 72
Amazing. You guys are failing to see that however little the improvement may be over the 875k, the 2600k is going to cost the same the 875k currently costs. On top of the performance gain, it will eat less power and likely overclock higher.

For the record, to me, these gains look very nice.

Full load power draw:

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post #27 of 72
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I don't want to upgrade. It means i'm going to have to learn a whole different type of overclocking frown.gif lol

All i know is increase FSB, increase voltages, call it a day. There's so much new stuff that was introduced with the i7s.
That's one of the reasons why I'm kind of glad I never got into 775 overclocking that much, thanks to my hardware.

When I get my next rig, I can learn about overclocking from scratch biggrin.gif

Also, if you go on the EP45-UD3P thread, there's tons of talk about MCH straps and all this other stuff that I don't understand frown.gif
post #28 of 72
wiki says 2600k is $140 less than 875k. I Guess we all have to wait when intel actually release it
post #29 of 72
2600K should be 319.99 on newegg around the 9th which is the same exact price of the 875K
    
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post #30 of 72
I don't know how they're able to put the prices that low. I'm still sceptical.

Of course, i'm always sceptical of the prices that are quoted in $. Damn conversion rates...
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