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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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    1366
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    1155
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post #21 of 457
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Originally Posted by Cacophony View Post
1155 is faster than a 980x
Single threaded it may be faster, but that doesn't even come close to counting the fact that the 980x has 6 cores thank you very much.
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post #22 of 457
Hardware discussions in this forum goes from awesome helpful information to opinionated crap every time a new component is about to be released.
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post #23 of 457
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Originally Posted by nathris View Post
1155 has both a clock for clock advantage and an overclocking advantage. Despite being limited to multipliers 1155 should exceed on air what 1366 does on water.


All of the 1366 owners are just butthurt that their 3 year old platform is now obsolete.

They are clinging to two things:

1. PCIe lanes, but 1156 managed to match 1366 performance in CF/SLI using the bandwidth equivalent of 4x/4x. SB doubles that, so 3 and 4 card setups should still be viable.

2. Triple channel memory. This was debunked ages ago. It offers no advantage outside of synthetic benchmarks, and its only ~$10-15 more to go with 8GB of ram in dual channel than it is to go 3x2GB.


Intel knows what they are doing. Triple channel memory was a failure, and the excess bandwidth is quite literally useless, so they've been scrapped.
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Fast enough for me
    
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post #25 of 457
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Originally Posted by maximus20895 View Post
For some reason I would doubt a $1,000 CPU is slower than a $280 cpu. I will wait till benches.

The i7 isn't "obsolete"..I don't know why anyone would say that..
^this we will wait and see 6 more days from now
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post #26 of 457
Reviews are already out, the NDA was lifted it seems.



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In terms of absolute CPU performance, Sandy Bridge doesn't actually move things forward. This isn't another ultra-high-end CPU launch, but rather a refresh for the performance mainstream and below. As one AnandTech editor put it, you get yesterday's performance at a much lower price point. Lynnfield took away a lot of the reason to buy an X58 system as it delivered most of the performance with much more affordable motherboards; Sandy Bridge all but puts the final nail in X58's coffin. Unless you're running a lot of heavily threaded applications, I would recommend a Core i7-2600K over even a Core i7-980X. While six cores are nice, you're better off pocketing the difference in cost and enjoying nearly the same performance across the board (if not better in many cases).
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/t...2100-tested/22
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post #27 of 457
Cant justify an upgrade. I can wait for Ivy
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Cant justify an upgrade. I can wait for Ivy
I can justify it especially since i am going from Q9550 and don't wana blow 1000 on Ivy
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post #29 of 457
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2. Triple channel memory. This was debunked ages ago. It offers no advantage outside of synthetic benchmarks, and its only ~$10-15 more to go with 8GB of ram in dual channel than it is to go 3x2GB.
Technically SB even beats triple channel in bandwidth. Clock for clock it only beats 1156, but it can take memory speeds much higher than 1366 with ease. So far the singular area where SB doesn't beat 1366 is the pci-e lanes, but that may not even matter with the raw cpu power advantage. We'll need to see multicard scaling reviews.
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What are you talking about?
    
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