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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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    1366
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    1155
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post #201 of 457
2600K wins i7 950 clock for clock easily, and SB:s memorycontroller is same fast as 1366's three-channel memorycontroller. So 1155 ftw!
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1155 quad core is remarkably faster than 1366 quad core in Autocad and 3d modeling programs. That's the only difference I've noticed and is why I upgraded from a 950. That being said my SB rig is for sale and I have a 970 on the way because it doesn't come close to intel 6 core cpu performance in those same applications.
    
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Originally Posted by Rocker delMaL View Post

*-1 for you sir because none of those two guys were talking to you!
*-1 because you need to make others feel bad in order to feel good with yourself. ( so sad )
and one last *-1 for being so annoying and fanboy, and having a tiny e-peen

*Hypothetical negative reputation
So I get -3 because I don't drone misinformation?


2011 is coming out this year.

Ivy Bridge is not.

Haswell isn't even close to being out and with Intels tradition of new sockets it's pretty bold to say it will come out for 2011 in the year 2013.

Ivy Bridge will be on both 1155 and 2011, Ivy Bridge will be out in 2012, long after 2011 is released with x6 and x8 SANDY BRIDGE chips.

I can draw a map if anyone needs it.



Please also note it is without question that 2011 will outperform 1155, just as 1155 outperforms 1366. If you've got a lot of money stuck into GPU's then going 1155 makes sense until 2011 comes out, because 1366 isn't as fast. 2011 offers more cores, gamers don't need more cores, they need faster ones.

Haswell is 22nm -> new architecture. Ivy Bridge is 22nm same architecture as Sandy Bridge.

It's not hard, why so many people have trouble with this is beyond me... Considering most of them went though the 45 to 32nm die shrink with 1366 and 1156 already.
    
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post #204 of 457
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
So I get -3 because I don't drone misinformation?


2011 is coming out this year.

Ivy Bridge is not.

Haswell isn't even close to being out and with Intels tradition of new sockets it's pretty bold to say it will come out for 2011 in the year 2013.

Ivy Bridge will be on both 1155 and 2011, Ivy Bridge will be out in 2012, long after 2011 is released with x6 and x8 SANDY BRIDGE chips.

I can draw a map if anyone needs it.



Please also note it is without question that 2011 will outperform 1155, just as 1155 outperforms 1366. If you've got a lot of money stuck into GPU's then going 1155 makes sense until 2011 comes out, because 1366 isn't as fast. 2011 offers more cores, gamers don't need more cores, they need faster ones.

Haswell is 22nm -> new architecture. Ivy Bridge is 22nm same architecture as Sandy Bridge.

It's not hard, why so many people have trouble with this is beyond me... Considering most of them went though the 45 to 32nm die shrink with 1366 and 1156 already.

You should calm down, take a breath, and read carefully. I've never said you're misinformed!
Be my guest and read again he 3 bullets!

One thing is "to teach" some one that is misinformed, and another very diferent is being a jerk.

Im glad, as much as others, to see that you already have your SB and stuff, which is faster than a i7 920 - i7 960, its very nice, realy.

Some of us prefer the best, and always wait to the so called "enthusiast" stuff. and will wait for it, so...

I've been using an i7 920 2.66GHz(stock) OC'ed to 4.4GHz for the last 2 years or so (that's an +67 % OC ), I've enjoyed my rig so much at that blazing fast speed. So the fact that there is a new mainstream faster chip rather than making me feel bad, it makes me very happy, becasue the "enthusiast" platform will be even better for sure, as always!!

And many of us will be enjoing that nice new platform, without making feel bad other users with diferent ones.

You sound too much like:

-Hey dude, look, mine is faster!
-Hey pal, you see? mine overclocks better!!!
-Hey dude, you're wrong and misinformed, you must me butt hurt that my mainstream beats your enthusiast obsolete crap
-Hey, my e-peen is waaaaaaaaaay bigger than yours!

If you want to help, and teach, then fine, do it, OCN says thanks!
If you want to keep being a jerk , then... you know!!
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Nobody is trying to make anyone feel bad.

The problem starts at 1366 users thinking their platform is still "enthusiast" level, and ends there as well.

As for 2011.. more cores is not going to really matter when it comes to gaming, though if you enjoy over-paying like you did for 1366 when 1156 was just as good for single card to even sli - *cough* single gtx 280 *cough* "enthusiast".


I'm not the elitist here, you are.

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I've been using an i7 920 2.66GHz(stock) OC'ed to 4.4GHz for the last 2 years or so (that's an +67 % OC ), I've enjoyed my rig so much at that blazing fast speed. So the fact that there is a new mainstream faster chip rather than making me feel bad, it makes me very happy, becasue the "enthusiast" platform will be even better for sure, as always!!
    
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
Nobody is trying to make anyone feel bad.

The problem starts at 1366 users thinking their platform is still "enthusiast" level, and ends there as well.

As for 2011.. more cores is not going to really matter when it comes to gaming, though if you enjoy over-paying like you did for 1366 when 1156 was just as good for single card to even sli - *cough* single gtx 280 *cough* "enthusiast".


I'm not the elitist here, you are.
We can clearly see who the 1155 fanboiis are.

BOTH 1366 AND 1155 ARE GREAT PLATFORMS.
It is just dependent on the user which one suits him or her the best.

Now stop bashing 1366 users.
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1366 vs. 1155?

211 must be the answer!
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I think there's a big problem going on...

1366 users feel like they're "butt hurt" because of the level of performance a mainstream 1155 can bring compared to their "enthusiast" platform.

1155 users feel "superior" because of their mainstream platform is on par (and at times better) than the 1366 platform.
post #209 of 457
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We can clearly see who the 1155 fanboiis are.

BOTH 1366 AND 1155 ARE GREAT PLATFORMS.
It is just dependent on the user which one suits him or her the best.

Now stop bashing 1366 users.
I'm not bashing anyone.

All I said was 1155 is simply faster per clock, per core, than 1366.



When 1156 came out and was faster than the QX quad cores did they get all affected over it like many of you are about new mainstream tech being faster than last gens high end chips?

Bottom line is this wasn't a "is it worth it to upgrade" thread, it was "is 1155 faster than 1366" thread. And the answer as it was on page 1 will be the same as it will be when I post this on page 3, yes, 1155 is hands down a generation faster.
    
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1155 is faster than a 980x
ur rig is amazing
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