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Originally Posted by dizzyscure1;11750761 
I would think that 1155 socket will be in the spotlight for about 2 years, maybe 2.5-3 at most.

Ivy Bridge looks so much more impressive Then Sandy soon as it is out people will be selling off there sandy stuff for Ivy.

Bulldozer is most likely going to be faster then Sandy bridge as well.. But not Ivy.
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I look at that graph and 65nm seems so old tech to me
    
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Define 'last'.
People are still buying LGA775 CPU's.



775 lives


65nm looks old? Try 90nm with my CPU
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I was trying to remember the last time I even had a 65nm CPU. 2008?? Got my e8500 in early 2008.
    
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1-2 years.
Additional profits from platform changes seems to be their goal.
this this, this this, this this

oh and I read somewhere IVYbridge will be 1155 socket as well... seems like a promising mobo for the next cycle (to those who intend to move on)... personally I think I'll stick it out for the replacement to 1366
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this this, this this, this this

oh and I read somewhere IVYbridge will be 1155 socket as well... seems like a promising mobo for the next cycle (to those who intend to move on)... personally I think I'll stick it out for the replacement to 1366
With it so unknown, I think the only thing to do is wait for more information on Ivy Bridge + what's next and Bulldozer. That means my Q6600 will remain in my computer
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With it so unknown, I think the only thing to do is wait for more information on Ivy Bridge + what's next and Bulldozer. That means my Q6600 will remain in my computer
Ivy Bridge is the codename given to the 22 nm die shrink of the Sandy Bridge architecture. According to the keynote speech presented by Paul Otellini during the 2010 Intel Developer Forum (IDF), Ivy Bridge processors may be introduced as early as the second half of 2011.[31] However, it now seems more likely that Ivy Bridge will be launched a year after Sandy Bridge, probably during CES 2012. Ivy Bridge will replace dual-core processors with quad-core processors at the entry level segment, while delivering eight-core processors for mainstream and higher-end level segments.[32]

Ivy Bridge processors will employ a maximum of 24 EUs graphics sub-system (double that of Sandy Bridge)[33] and also provides DirectX 11 support, rather than the older DirectX 10.1 graphics technology that will be featured in the first batch of Sandy Bridge processors

Ivy Bridge is the 1366 Socket Replacement.
    
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The socket in question will only last as long as the socket it replaced.


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With it so unknown, I think the only thing to do is wait for more information on Ivy Bridge + what's next and Bulldozer. That means my Q6600 will remain in my computer
You'll probably be waiting a year, but as long as your happy with your rig, you're good to go

Bulldozer looks to launch in April 2011, which is a good thing...AMD current architecture has gotten a little stale.
    
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LGA 1156 lasted one year
I'm so sick of people like you saying that a socket is dead. How bout you use logic and say something like "1156 is a tremendously good socket however it won't support the new architecture when Intel releases it, just like every other socket ever made".

And before you say something about AM2/AM2+/AM3, look at the architecture. It's the same for the most part. It's not a completely new one. Just a tweak/revision.

And hey guess what, 1155 has no 6 cores, so it will pretty much have no upgrade path either considering some leaked benchmarks prove that it really isn't worth the switch to from 1156.

So the clock speeds are a little bit higher, big deal. Going from 2.53ghz to 4.1ghz on my Xeon X3440 with HT on is pretty dang good too. No need to buy the extra speed when you can create it yourself.
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