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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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post #361 of 457
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Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post
Side grade you mean.
You lose some and get some.
Nope, it's an upgrade. Nothing that is lost (triple channel? PCI Express lanes?) really matters at all (at least for 99.9% of the people). Meanwhile, you get better IPC, it clocks higher, it's cheaper, it runs cooler, draws less power, has additional instructions/features, has a future, etc. As I said in an earlier post, the lack of six core offerings on LGA 1155 is honestly the only thing that even makes LGA 1366 (and only the Core i7 970 and above) a discussion against it.

Is it worth moving to for most LGA 1366 users? Nope, not at all (at least not for most people and from a value perspective). Does that make it no better and thus just a sidegrade to your garden variety Core i7 920/quad core versions? Nope, not really even in the same discussion.
Edited by Princess Garnet - 7/14/11 at 4:36am
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Nope, it's an upgrade. Nothing that is lost (triple channel? PCI Express lanes?) really matters at all (at least for 99.9% of the people). Meanwhile, you get better IPC, it clocks higher, it's cheaper, it runs cooler, draws less power, has additional instructions/features, has a future, etc. As I said in an earlier post, the lack of six core offerings on LGA 1155 is honestly the only thing that even makes LGA 1366 (and only the Core i7 970 and above) a discussion against it.

Is it worth moving to for most LGA 1366 users? Nope, not at all (at least not for most people and from a value perspective). Does that make it no better and thus just a sidegrade to your garden variety Core i7 920/quad core versions? Nope, not really even in the same discussion.
Can 1155 boards run SLI (3 slot GPUs) and still have room for a PCI soundcard?
If not it's a downgrade.
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1366-1155 is definatly a sidegrade if you own any 1366 cpu at the moment it makes no sense at all to swop.

new builds yeah sure go for the mainstream k series better bang for buck. thats if your a gamer.

if like me you do other stuff on your PC ie premier pro, flash 3ds max ect then the 1366 is still a very viable option. and in some of these instances beats the new gen i series.

That said if your only a gamer the sandy bridge cpu's are cheap and perform well, overclock great and run cool. if you do serious work on your PC a hex core 1366 will serve you better. Its all down to application and usage.
Most on here are gamers and the 5-10 fps increase the SB will give you is the base for most suggestions and the mentality of its new its shiney it must be better.

just look at the reccomendations on here from the last couple months regardless of the users needs all that gets suggested is 2500/2600k and ssd's- sure these components are great, i just wish people would evaluate users needs before posting.

Anyone who works in the industry knows you complete a user needs analysis before performing any upgrade/ new equipment purchase way before you look at parts. Software design system design and network design all do this as a first. If i reccomended the newest most shiney parts everytime with little understanding for the requirments of the user i would be unemployed.
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1366= High End (Up to 6 Core CPUs!, Up to 3 16x GPUs at a time!, Triple Channel DDR3!)
1155= Mid Level (Crippling 4 core CPUs, limited to one 16x GPU, slower DDR3 Dual Channel)
Edited by t0adphr0g - 7/14/11 at 5:22am
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Can 1155 boards run SLI (3 slot GPUs) and still have room for a PCI soundcard?
If not it's a downgrade.
MSI Big Bang has room for 4 way CrossfireX

Gigabyte UD7 has room for 4 way CrossfireX

EVGA FTW has room for 3 way and a sound card

Notice how everyone who says 1366 is still viable already has a 1366 based system. Nobody is saying that 1366 can't keep up, but let's face it if you are doing a new build there is absolutely no reason to go down the 1366 unless you want to have dual CPUs or something very specialized.
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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo View Post
MSI Big Bang has room for 4 way CrossfireX

Gigabyte UD7 has room for 4 way CrossfireX

EVGA FTW has room for 3 way and a sound card

Notice how everyone who says 1366 is still viable already has a 1366 based system. Nobody is saying that 1366 can't keep up, but let's face it if you are doing a new build there is absolutely no reason to go down the 1366 unless you want to have dual CPUs or something very specialized.
MSI Big Bang have room for 0 sound cards in PCI.

Gigabyte UD7 1155 have room for 2 way SLI with PCI sound card. (3 slot cooler).
EVGA FTW 1155 had no PCI slots.

So Gigabyte UD7 1155 is actually an upgrade then.
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post #367 of 457
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1366= High End (Up to 6 Core CPUs!, Up to 3 16x GPUs at a time!, Triple Channel DDR3!)
1155= Mid Level (Crippling 4 core CPUs, limited to one 16x GPU, slower DDR3 Dual Channel)

you are right BUT, one is high end from 2008, the other "mid level" from 2011, the 2011 mid level is based in a superior architecture, the cores are faster, the memory controller is faster, so in many cases the 1155 is simply faster than any 1366...

for 2 GPUs 8x 2.0 is fine, the mem controller have less channels BUT it's an improved design, sandy bridge have a faster memory controller, faster L3...

BUT 1366 is still very fast, and superior in some aspects anyway (6 core support, 36 PCIE lanes from the IOH), it would make more sense to wait for 2011 CPUs (particularly Ivy Bridge),
but in almost everything a 2600k is clearly superior to any 1366 CPU, it's only beaten on heavily multithreaded softwares, and that is compared to the 6 core 1366 CPU.

investing right now in 1366 is only a good choice in some very specific cases, as for upgrading from a quad core 1366 to a 1155 CPU... there is a gain (in performance, in power efficiency... also for those who have an older MB new features like usb 3.0 and sata III, or... quick sync, SRT), but normally the 1366 CPU is more than enough, and the gain is not THAT significant anyway,
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MSI Big Bang have room for 0 sound cards in PCI.

Gigabyte UD7 1155 have room for 2 way SLI with PCI sound card. (3 slot cooler).
EVGA FTW 1155 had no PCI slots.

So Gigabyte UD7 1155 is actually an upgrade then.
All of those have room for PCI-e cards.

I thought you meant PCI-e. I think a bigger question is why are you buying today's tech and carrying yesterday's peripherals, it's almost likely complaining that the motherboard doesn't have enough IDE connectivity.Different strokes I guess.
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Side grade you mean.
You lose some and get some.
SkullTrail as in Intel SkullTrail?
Yup. The true enthusiast platform. It's really Skulltrail, but somehow I capitalized the T and can't undo it.
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There is no competition between the two. Both are solid performers.

It's just one of those rare times a company is able to specifically cater to the individual needs of users but still maintain a perfect balance between their products.

Ie. 990x undoubtedly has better productiveness in a work related environment as compared to 2600k, which will be a better performer in games.
Yet even if the CPUs were to switch tasks, neither will be break a sweat.

The reason why 1155 has the majority of votes is simply because of the fact that it only has 4 CPUs, all of which are in the high end range, hard not to vote for them.
Keep in mind that 1155 was also released later, and companies don't release new products only to make them inferior to their previous ones.

The poll is thus more or less balanced on both sides, which means that you guys are contented with what you have - That's all that matters.
    
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