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Interesting to see that Intels Sandy Bridge (Socket 1155) will not be introducing any 6 core processors onto this platform. AMD on the other hand with their socket AM3 already support 6core
It's even more interesting that these quad cores will still outperform AMD's 6 core processors OVERALL, how pathetic is that for AMD?

Even the biggest AMD troll ( by his own admission ) is switching over to SB from 1090T.
It's a sad day for AMD trolls when that happens, and even sadder when their troll attempts backfire.

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I would take a 1090T over current gen 4 core i series chips if I did some of the tasks it destroys them in.

I however have become more of a gamer/troller than anything else and with the i5 2500k being right at about the same price as my 1090T was, and my broken ddr2 board forcing me to go ddr3 with the GA-P67A-UD4 costing about the same as an equal board on the AMD side it seemed logical to go for a chip that beats even the best 4 core 1366... I mean I can still troll those people about how much better my performance is for less right?

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Could someone clarify something for me ? LGA 1155, LGA 1356 and LGA 2011. What are these ? I know the one that is "already" released is the LGA 1155 which will support the first gen sandy Bridge CPU being released next week. But what about 1356 and 2011. I thought LGA 1356 was for Ivy Bridge, then I heard LGA 2011 was the one, now I hear even LGA 1155 will support Ivy Bridge CPUs ? What is this, I dont even...
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Could someone clarify something for me ? LGA 1155, LGA 1356 and LGA 2011. What are these ? I know the one that is "already" released is the LGA 1155 which will support the first gen sandy Bridge CPU being released next week. But what about 1356 and 2011. I thought LGA 1356 was for Ivy Bridge, then I heard LGA 2011 was the one, now I hear even LGA 1155 will support Ivy Bridge CPUs ? What is this, I dont even...
AFAIK, 1356 will be the successor to 1366.

LGA 2011 will be the socket for IB servers.

I highly doubt LGA 1155 will support IB CPU's, where did you get that info from?
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I dunno, maybe im just confused. too many numbers. well thanks for clearing that up.
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Ivy Bridge will debut with the LGA 2011 platform. Don't forget that Ivy Bridge IS STILL part of the Sandy Bridge Architecture; it is just a die shrink.

After LGA 2011 launches, we will see 22nm chips on both LGA 1155 and 2011.

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22 nm Ivy Bridge

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.[36] 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.[37]

Ivy Bridge processors will employ a maximum of 24 EUs graphics sub-system (double that of Sandy Bridge)[38] 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, while retaining its LGA 1155 socket compatibility.[39]


What it basically says is that IB chips will come with DX11 IGP, but will still be compatible with LGA 1155.

From Wikipedia.
Edited by PanicProne - 1/2/11 at 6:14pm
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Amd is fighting a losing battle,
and as a fan their next gen bulldozer CPUs will prob suck aswell.

I still remember the days when and athlon 64s were killing it.
but Now guess I will be going intel.

I cannot wait 1year to upgrade that's just crazy to me, imagine this time next year and prices at £380 for CPU.

My 3.5yr mono needs a upgrade lol
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It's even more interesting that these quad cores will still outperform AMD's 6 core processors OVERALL, how pathetic is that for AMD?

Even the biggest AMD troll ( by his own admission ) is switching over to SB from 1090T.
It's a sad day for AMD trolls when that happens, and even sadder when their troll attempts backfire.
I've lost faith! my previous two builds were 754 and 939. Time fi
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Amd is fighting a losing battle,
and as a fan their next gen bulldozer CPUs will prob suck aswell.

I still remember the days when and athlon 64s were killing it.
but Now guess I will be going intel.

I cannot wait 1year to upgrade that's just crazy to me, imagine this time next year and prices at £380 for CPU.

My 3.5yr mono needs a upgrade lol
If you're looking for a gaming rig with overclocking potential the 2500k will be a great option at a good price. Hyper Threading applies with certain software that takes advantage of it, but in gaming it doesn't make a difference.
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so it may just be quads but they have HT which gives them 8 threads beating amd 6 cores because they don't have ht in anything that is multithreaded, and they oc like beast even with air cooling.
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AFAIK, 1356 will be the successor to 1366.

LGA 2011 will be the socket for IB servers.

I highly doubt LGA 1155 will support IB CPU's, where did you get that info from?
Read my previous post.

22nm CPUs (Ivy Bridge) will come to both platforms. But while LGA 1155 might only see Quad-core CPUs, the enthusiast platform will have 6 and possibly 8 core CPUs.

Also, I don't rule out having a 6 core CPU on LGA 1155. Possibly with HT disabled.

Having it name something like the i5 3500k or something.
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