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Originally Posted by WhitePrQjser View Post
Hi!


I want to upgrade my PC.

Currently running on Intel LGA775 socket.


I just want to know, if I should wait for the LGA1155 boards and CPUs or if I should just buy an i7 and a LGA1366 board?


I was going to go for an i7 with the LGA1155 as well, but I don't know if it's worth waiting for?


Besides, there are no news here in Denmark on the LGA1155 CPUs or boards...


Thanks!

Sure it´s worth waiting, it´s less then three weeks away.

Here´s some news from danish sites

Komplet Sandy Bridge review lækket

Tre Sandy Bridge bundkort fra MSI

Asus femviser P67 bundkort

Gigabyte viser komplet lineup af nye LGA1155 bundkort
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post #22 of 38
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Get the 1366.

But wait for SB to come out so they prices get pushed down a little. Sandy Bridge (1155) isn't an upgrade to 1366.
No it's 1366's Replacement

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wait to see how SB will do i will let you guys know the minute the clock strikes NDA up date.
When does the NDA expire sin?
    
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post #23 of 38
Guys, what's the future? I haven't been looking at these things for almost a year now and ignorantly, I bought a motherboard (the GIGABYTE GA-X58A) which has an LGA 1366 socket, while even though I'm sure it's great, I also bought the Sandy Bridge i5-2400S processor which has the the LGA 1155 connection. I am wondering now whether to change the motherboard (which I really like) or the CPU. Will the future of Desktop processing come in larger or smaller sizes? XD
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nice ress thread ! open new thread instead
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nice ress thread ! open new thread instead
Really?... When I make a new thread, I get bashed for it, especially on a topic like this. When I just make a post in an existing thread on a topic that could be continued anyway, I'm told to make a new thread. In the end, it's the same. It's worse for me of course since my question is more hidden but I thought this would be the more appropriate thing to do. Sorry.

Anyway, any comments on the actual query? Thanks.
post #26 of 38
Why the 2400s ??

Get shot of everything and buy a 2500k and any 1155 p67 mobo
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Why the 2400s ??

Get shot of everything and buy a 2500k and any 1155 p67 mobo
The 2400s is cheaper and uses less electricity. But yeah, I decided to go with Sandy Bridge and an 1155 P67 motherboard. It is next generation after all and it will last a while. New ones will come out and if anything, after a while, I can get the last of the generation's renovations.

The MSI P67A-GD65 should be good.
post #28 of 38
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No it's 1366's Replacement



When does the NDA expire sin?
It's 1156's replacement. 1366 gets replaced with LGA 2011 (Ivy Bridge).
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It's 1156's replacement. 1366 gets replaced with LGA 2011 (Ivy Bridge).
I'm reading everywhere that Ivy Bridge will be using the 1155 socket.
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I'm reading everywhere that Ivy Bridge will be using the 1155 socket.
It will be. Ivy Bridge is a die-shrink. The 2011 socket is a server socket.
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