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2500K is the 760's Replacement
2600K is the 875K/950 Replacement

18 days till the 1366 guys start

How long dya think the 1155 and 1366 sockets will last for in all honesty?

I'm looking at getting my uncle an i5 2500k build in early '10 and am wondering if the trend of changing sockets will be as it's been thus far, or if SB is gonna be refined a little on the same socket.
 
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How long dya think the 1155 and 1366 sockets will last for in all honesty?

I'm looking at getting my uncle an i5 2500k build in early '10 and am wondering if the trend of changing sockets will be as it's been thus far, or if SB is gonna be refined a little on the same socket.
Knowing Intel 2 years till the next new socket
    
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They need to stop changing damn sockets so much

By the time I upgrade, I'll be jumping 3 sockets
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They need to stop changing damn sockets so much

By the time I upgrade, I'll be jumping 3 sockets
There's no money in keeping the same socket... Just ask Amd
    
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Are there any speculated prices for these? mostly interested in 2500k and 2600k
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There's no money in keeping the same socket... Just ask Amd
AMD make money don't they?
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Are there any speculated prices for these? mostly interested in 2500k and 2600k
2500K - 219.99
2600K - 329.99

USD ofcourse
    
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Tri is overrated and offers almost no significant gains over dual



1333 support is standard and the majority of p67 boards support up to ddr3 2200
This.

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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...
The prices are actually a bit high, if you ask me. Looks like we're expected to pay a 40-50 USD premium for the "privelage" of overclocking.

The i7 860 was intro'd at ~280 USD. It's replacement is intro'ing at ~320 USD. The 2500k is a slightly better intro, if it really comes out around ~220. That's a smaller premium, but it's still present.

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Its about time you brits stop complaining and get how the system works, the currency should be considered at 1:1 ratio since on average we make 1200$ per month, you brits make 1200 pounds per month, that's why most of the time $300 for 570 will = 300 pounds... If you try to use conversion rate for the products you buy, you would also have to use conversion rate for your salary, thus making more money then us, therefore paying more for the product. Hope this FINALLY makes sense!
This.

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They need to stop changing damn sockets so much

By the time I upgrade, I'll be jumping 3 sockets
Why? Why does it matter?

Have you ever actually wanted to keep your old mobo when you upgraded CPUs? This seems to be quite the misconception.

The mobos that were introduced with 775 wouldn't even support Core 2 Duos, and the first Core 2 boards didn't necessarily support Core 2 Quads. Then those boards didn't support 45nm Quads.

New sockets do not matter in the least, because if you change CPUs, you're almost 100% guaranteed to be needing/wanting to upgrade your mobo already. It's a non-issue.

Even if my mobo were directly compatible with SB, would I upgrade? Hell no, that's 300 USD that could go elsewhere. I probably wouldn't upgrade to a hex for more than 300, either.
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Why? Why does it matter?

Have you ever actually wanted to keep your old mobo when you upgraded CPUs? This seems to be quite the misconception.

The mobos that were introduced with 775 wouldn't even support Core 2 Duos, and the first Core 2 boards didn't necessarily support Core 2 Quads. Then those boards didn't support 45nm Quads.

New sockets do not matter in the least, because if you change CPUs, you're almost 100% guaranteed to be needing/wanting to upgrade your mobo already. It's a non-issue.
It doesn't matter that I'll be jumping up a load of sockets when I upgrade, but it must be annoying for people who bought i5s on release, thinking that a couple of years down the line some much more powerful CPUs would be released that they could upgrade to without changing motherboard, because now they'll have to change motherboards to get a performance boost
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How long dya think the 1155 and 1366 sockets will last for in all honesty?

I'm looking at getting my uncle an i5 2500k build in early '10 and am wondering if the trend of changing sockets will be as it's been thus far, or if SB is gonna be refined a little on the same socket.


Well I see it as there's no way Intel is going to treat 1155 like they did 1156 and replace it a little over a year later. I think it's fine to do once, but a second time and the masses really are going to be in an uproar. Perhaps this is just wishful thinking. Regardless, I think we will all be ready for a new mobo/cpu within a couple years time considering all the things currently in the pipeline (USB3, PCIE3, SATA3, Litepeak, SSD advances, GPU advances, 22nm... 16nm, etc).

According to the graphic above, I expect to see 22nm chips for socket 1155 early next year (2012).
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