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post #31 of 38
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Originally Posted by Plex;12831642 
It will be. Ivy Bridge is a die-shrink. The 2011 socket is a server socket.

"die-shrink"; "server socket"
Not up to snuff on those terms, XD

Anyway, so if it is 1155, what did TheSchlaf mean by. "1366 gets replaced with LGA 2011 (Ivy Bridge)"?

EDIT: OOOOOOOOOOOOH! I'm retarded... I thought 2011, as in, the year 2011. I thought that would've been too much of a coincidence otherwise. So what does that mean - server socket? 2011 <-> 1055??? From what I understand, even if get a motherboard that supports the 1155 socket/Sandy Bridge, that doesn't mean I'll be able to upgrade to the Ivy Bridge right?
Edited by Typhoon859 - 3/22/11 at 7:42pm
post #32 of 38
I heard that you can upgrade to an Ivy Bridge with an 1155, but I'm not sure what it specifically requires on an 1155 motherboard whether it'd be a BIOS update or a new chipset.
2011 socket is the upgrade of the 1366, both are at the enthusiast market.
post #33 of 38
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Originally Posted by jds777;12833411 
I heard that you can upgrade to an Ivy Bridge with an 1155, but I'm not sure what it specifically requires on an 1155 motherboard whether it'd be a BIOS update or a new chipset.
2011 socket is the upgrade of the 1366, both are at the enthusiast market.

Ah. I see. Thanks. I gather it's best to in fact go with Sandy Bridge now as it gives the most amount of options. The 2011 socket I doubt will have that much over the 1155, or rather, the processors that will be released for them.
post #34 of 38
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Originally Posted by jds777;12833411 
2011 socket is the upgrade of the 1366, both are at the enthusiast market.

This is simply not true.
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This is simply not true.

Yeah, I was a bit thrown off by that. Why is the i7 with the LGA 1366 for enthusiasts? It was never even THAT much better and comparing prices now, not that much more expensive, and simply is an alternative with its own pros and cons.
post #36 of 38
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Yeah, I was a bit thrown off by that. Why is the i7 with the LGA 1366 for enthusiasts? It was never even THAT much better and comparing prices now, not that much more expensive, and simply is an alternative with its own pros and cons.

Well, 1366 *is* considered an enthusiast socket, especially when you go back to before SB when it was just 1366 and 1156. For all intents and purposes, the major differences are 1366 is triple-channel memory and has dual x16 PCI-E slots, and the 1156 sockets has dual-channel and a single x16 slot.

The details about Ivy are simply rumors at this point, but you'll find it's a pretty safe bet that it's not on the 2011 socket. Someone in Intel somewhere recently said that 2011 is going to be a server socket (so no processors in this line will concern you).

What is most likely in my opinion? You'll have some "Ivy Bridge" chips on the 1155 socket and you'll have the "enthusiast Ivy Bridge" chips on another socket, something like LGA 1355 or 1356.
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Well, 1366 *is* considered an enthusiast socket, especially when you go back to before SB when it was just 1366 and 1156. For all intents and purposes, the major differences are 1366 is triple-channel memory and has dual x16 PCI-E slots, and the 1156 sockets has dual-channel and a single x16 slot.

The details about Ivy are simply rumors at this point, but you'll find it's a pretty safe bet that it's not on the 2011 socket. Someone in Intel somewhere recently said that 2011 is going to be a server socket (so no processors in this line will concern you).

What is most likely in my opinion? You'll have some "Ivy Bridge" chips on the 1155 socket and you'll have the "enthusiast Ivy Bridge" chips on another socket, something like LGA 1355 or 1356.

Ah, alright. Thanks. I get it.

-Thanks a lot guys.
post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by Plex;12834908 
Well, 1366 *is* considered an enthusiast socket, especially when you go back to before SB when it was just 1366 and 1156. For all intents and purposes, the major differences are 1366 is triple-channel memory and has dual x16 PCI-E slots, and the 1156 sockets has dual-channel and a single x16 slot.

The details about Ivy are simply rumors at this point, but you'll find it's a pretty safe bet that it's not on the 2011 socket. Someone in Intel somewhere recently said that 2011 is going to be a server socket (so no processors in this line will concern you).

What is most likely in my opinion? You'll have some "Ivy Bridge" chips on the 1155 socket and you'll have the "enthusiast Ivy Bridge" chips on another socket, something like LGA 1355 or 1356.

+1
I love how a brand new slightly faster processer comes out ( and its owns 1366)
I hear this over and over that SB blows awy x58 ??

Ok so if a chip that costs $300 was really better than the high end gaming enthusiast chips.
I have to believe they would have charged a lot more !!!

I believe similiar to whats been said sandy bridge is a main stream chip( for main stream market) And bigger and much better things are a coming. I do not believe its a upgrade from 1366. (Just my opinion!!!!)
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