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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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    1366
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    1155
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post #321 of 457
What's with the necro and everyone jumping in to comment on a 3 month old issue...?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
If you are planning to upgrade to either 1155 or 1366, 1155 is the obvious choice.

If you are planning to upgrade to 1155 from 1366, I personally don't think it is worth it, because you are spending money on a new mobo, RAM and CPU just for a possible few hundred MHz extra OC.
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post #323 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..
I agree. If its obosolete why are they still coming out with new boards?


OP: I would upgrade. Yea it may be kind of a side grade, and you may not notice any real difference. If you want to upgrade, then upgrade.

I upgraded from an i7 860 to a 2600k. Did I need to upgrade? no. But it was alot of fun building a new rig. And after selling my old parts it wasnt that expensive considering I bought my 2600k off of ocn.

If you got your heart set on sandy bridge, by all means do it. Performance increase isnt the only reason to upgrade people. Dont forget that this is ocn.
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post #324 of 457
What is the next chipset?
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post #325 of 457
For those having 1366 systems, keep them. They are fast enough. Those buying new stuff, go Sandy. Simple as that.
    
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post #326 of 457
If you already have a 1366 CPU and motherboard then stay with that. The performance difference isn't significant enough for a valuable upgrade and the 980X is still the king of all processors right now with the 970 trailing behind.



The 1155 is just a revision of the 1366, where Intel fixed and significantly improved a lot the features that the 1366 was missing/needed work. The 1155 is greener, stable and cheaper, which makes them quite an appealing upgrade if you were/are still running on a C2D, C2Q, or anything older.
Edited by SkullTrail - 7/4/11 at 7:10am
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post #327 of 457
1155 is definitely an upgrade from 1366 for sure, it's just that it's not that much of an improvement if you already have an X58 system
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post #328 of 457
I used to have two x58(i7 920/i7-950) systems, and then I built a 2600k... which led me to sell the i7 920 and build an i5 2500k. The ease of overclocking and updated board features are a significant upgrade.
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I'm waiting for 2011.
    
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post #330 of 457
1366 dream setup:

A 995x (3.6GHz stock, only ES atm) under phase change with a Gigabyte X58-OC, I could reach 6GHz easily.

I personally am not that big of a fan of sandy bridge, but the value of SB just can't be beat. My next upgrade will be the top processor from the X79 extreme edition line. That's where it's at IMO. (Money isn't an issue for me )
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