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Originally Posted by seabiscuit68;11750783 
Doesn't really apply to an overclocking forum that strives for the newest and best no matter if the previous works...
You sound like my parents with their 10 year old PC

Don't even get me started, man. My ex's parents have an Acer desktop that's about a decade old. They're forever *****ing and moaning that the thing runs poorly, but refuse to upgrade while it "works". I use the word very loosely. I'm curious to know what the planned life cycle for 1155 is as well, because I'm considering making the jump from 1156 while the resell value is still decent.
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The 1155 socket will last as long as Intel decides they don't need to change the socket to accommodate their next range of chips. Which, given that the socket includes the ability to use (or not use) the sandy bridge onboard GPU, should be a while (we hope).

I am really uncertain what more parts Intel would want to push onto the main CPU die, I don't personally think there will be another Intel socket change in the next 2 or 3 years, the i3/i5/i7 series is only now really starting to get mainstream, Sandy Bridge has a fight on its' hands to make it big quick enough to warrant any new socket inside that time period.

Plus, second point, all the boasting from my fellow AMD users about socket lifespan and new chips is getting very, VERY dull...

Edit: Dyslexyc, look on the back of their machine, it should be old enough to not have a PSU with active PFC, if it has a voltage switch, just flip it to 240v, it won't hurt the machine, but it won't run any more (until it's flipped back of course)
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Originally Posted by Dyslexyc;11750915 
Don't even get me started, man. My ex's parents have an Acer desktop that's about a decade old. They're forever *****ing and moaning that the thing runs poorly, but refuse to upgrade while it "works". I use the word very loosely. I'm curious to know what the planned life cycle for 1155 is as well, because I'm considering making the jump from 1156 while the resell value is still decent.

Just like they refused to move from 56k to high speed internet until I came home on break from college and was like, you gotta be kidding me - paid for a year to upgrade them to 1.5 mbps. I had to upgrade them AGAIN when I moved home for 4 months after college - I paid the difference between the 1.5 and 7 mbps for the duration of the 2 year contract even though I was there for only 4 months.

I don't get why they continually say "it works" and then in the same breath complain to no end about the problems it has...
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Originally Posted by allikat;11750983 
The 1155 socket will last as long as Intel decides they don't need to change the socket to accommodate their next range of chips. Which, given that the socket includes the ability to use (or not use) the sandy bridge onboard GPU, should be a while (we hope).

I am really uncertain what more parts Intel would want to push onto the main CPU die, I don't personally think there will be another Intel socket change in the next 2 or 3 years, the i3/i5/i7 series is only now really starting to get mainstream, Sandy Bridge has a fight on its' hands to make it big quick enough to warrant any new socket inside that time period.

Plus, second point, all the boasting from my fellow AMD users about socket lifespan and new chips is getting very, VERY dull...

Edit: Dyslexyc, look on the back of their machine, it should be old enough to not have a PSU with active PFC, if it has a voltage switch, just flip it to 240v, it won't hurt the machine, but it won't run any more (until it's flipped back of course)

Your reasoning is sound. And AMD had nothing to brag about until LGA 1156 lasted shorter than me in bed due to LGA 775 being so epic for so long.
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Does it really matter?

Chances are pretty good Ivy Bridge won't be compatible, but its not like that really matters. When you upgrade its usually easier to sell the motherboard as well.

The biggest question is when you are going to need to replace your ram, and DDR4 doesn't come out until 2012, and probably won't be affordable until 2013.
    
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Intel has the map out, it's just a matter of what appears when.

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I'd say we'll see Ivy Bridge announced at CES 2012, which will essentially shrink Sandy Bridge to 22nm...release around July - September 2012. So yes, 18-24 months for SB. I doubt Ivy will use the same socket but who knows?

Haswell will tock transition from 22nm to 16nm and be the tock that replaces Sandy Bridge. 2013 2014? Maybe even more.
    
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i have 1156 and im very happy with it. i think ill upgrade fall of 2011 or something. for my CPU its six core intel or nothing. i cant think of upgrading to another quad core. just not worth it.
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Considering all the things currently in the pipeline, I'll be happy if 1155 lasts 1.5 years. I think the first generation Ivy Bridge will be compatible with 1155 - but we'll have to wait and see.

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Hmm, the 2011 probably won't last much more than a year, cause, I mean, 2012 will be there come January 1st.
As for 1155, my hopes are grim, as I'm betting 1154 is just around the corner.

500th post, woot woot.


More seriously though, 1156 seems like AMD's Socket 754, as for Intel it was almost a totally experimental socket dropped after a year. I think Intel is dropping 1156 cause it probably didn't have the capability to handle more serious graphics Intel is introducing with Sandy Bridge and beyond. The main difference between 1155 and 1156 is re-allocation of what pins do what.

I think 1155 will be around for good 2-3 years, as I'm hoping Intel has experimented enough with 1156. S775 also didn't last THAT long: the physical socket did, but supported CPUs changed with chipsets; you can't, for example, take a 'Netburst' Pentium and stick it into a P30-series board, and you can't stick a 45nm Core-architecture chip into anything below a 40-series chipset - similar to AMD's AM2/+/3 chipsets, but Intel didn't bother differentiating them.

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