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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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    1366
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    1155
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post #141 of 457
Yah, right above mine... I saw it after I posted... Just didn't feel like ninja editing it as I had nothing else to say
    
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Originally Posted by i7Stealth1366 View Post
Well see whos butt hurt when the new x68 creams 1155. Also there is a reason why 1155 is mainstream and 1366 is enthusiast.
Most people won't be able to afford ivy bridge so it doesn't matter much.
4.5ghz on a crappy intel air cooler for 280.00 is a major deal.
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Originally Posted by Suprcynic View Post
1200.00 cpu vs 280.00 cpu. Great observation.
Just trying to point out to the people saying those i7/Xeon who are butt hurt over SB should remember that a lot of us actually use all our cores. I paid a shade less than 800 for mine.
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for those who are all gung ho about "upgrading" from 1366 to 1155 SB, i have to ask you. What are you playing that your 1366 can't run well now? Are you actually maxing out your 1366? Or are you just looking at the synthetic benchmark and the appeal of a 5.0 ghz overclock possibility?

Btw the Speed OC possibility is slowly remind me of the P4 Prescott age, lets hope intel doesn't repeat the past and just push speed over function.

Also Balla, in terms of Hardware I didn't pay that much more for my i7 970/motherboard compared to the i5 2500k and motherboard deal.

my i7 cost me $240, the motherboard cost me $180.
Total cost was $420.00

If i got the i7 960, the CPU would've been $135 and the MB would've been $180, so it would've been $315, which comes out cheaper than your SB build.
And i could've went cheaper with a lower end X58 board.

So the generalization you're making does not always apply.
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for those who are all gung ho about "upgrading" from 1366 to 1155 SB, i have to ask you. What are you playing that your 1366 can't run well now? Are you actually maxing out your 1366? Or are you just looking at the synthetic benchmark and the appeal of a 5.0 ghz overclock possibility?

Btw the Speed OC possibility is slowly remind me of the P4 Prescott age, lets hope intel doesn't repeat the past and just push speed over function.

Also Balla, in terms of Hardware I didn't pay that much more for my i7 970/motherboard compared to the i5 2500k and motherboard deal.

my i7 cost me $240, the motherboard cost me $180.
Total cost was $420.00

If i got the i7 960, the CPU would've been $135 and the MB would've been $180, so it would've been $315, which comes out cheaper than your SB build.
And i could've went cheaper with a lower end X58 board.

So the generalization you're making does not always apply.
Where do I sign up for a 135.00 960?
    
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Well see whos butt hurt when the new x68 creams 1155. Also there is a reason why 1155 is mainstream and 1366 is enthusiast.
If you are gaming then anything above 4Ghz maybe 4.5(in poorly optimized games and extreme multi-gpu situations) is going to max out your GPU at this point so the 1155 vs 1366 is pointless.

1155 is a better gaming platform because it is cheaper at the same performance point(not because it offers better performance).

For heavily multi-threaded programs like CAD and others then you are probably better off with a 6-core I7. However there is going to be an 8 core I7 on SB 1356.
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Where do I sign up for a 135.00 960?
you get in on the deal during Christmas last month from Intel
post #148 of 457
1155 is not supposed to compete with the 1366. Ivy bridge will be the "upgrade" for 1366...although 1155 > 1366 so IB should be quite awesome.
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Well see whos butt hurt when the new x68 creams 1155. Also there is a reason why 1155 is mainstream and 1366 is enthusiast.
Your right, it's called marketing
post #150 of 457
Not sure why so many want to maximize their Epeen with silly benchmarks instead of real world useage. Intel even said the SB is not an upgrade to the I7 series. The SB is an upgrade to the 1155 platform, nothing more.

So if your needing to build a gaming rig at this moment, then yes go for the newer platform.... thats just "duh!" but if you currently are on a 1366 platform, then its just silly spending and pointless frustration from dissapointment in the end.

Trust me the 1366 platform is not obsolete, not by a long shot. Its still power we have not even begun to harness yet.
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