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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo View Post
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.
Because there is no need to replace a X-Fi Platinum in terms of sound quality.
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Yup. The true enthusiast platform. It's really Skulltrail, but somehow I capitalized the T and can't undo it.
Since it's two words packed in one it looks better with Two capitalized letters.
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Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post
Can 1155 boards run SLI (3 slot GPUs) and still have room for a PCI soundcard?
If not it's a downgrade.
Wait, so because the motherboard doesn't meet your criteria, then the entire CPU/platform itself is a sidegrade to someone else!?

Okay...

By the way, my motherboard can do what you're asking (well, SLI will need a hack, but it still does two GPUs, both at 16x and 16x even). I guess that makes LGA 1155 a sidegrade to my setup then?
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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.
The thing is, Sandy Bridge is faster and cheaper. Atop that, it also runs cooler, uses less power, and has more of a future. There's usually next to nothing to evaluate. One would be giving bad advice to a fellow enthusiast to steer them down that path. I'm sure there exist cases where a LGA 1366 might serve a new user better, sure, but the examples are very few and far between at this point now that Sandy Bridge brings better performance and for a cheaper price. Would you recommend a Core 2 Duo E8600 and DDR2 RAM over a Core i3 and DDR3 RAM? It's pretty much the same thing. The latter is cheaper and better. The excuses for opting for the former would be very few and far between.

Yes, LGA 1366 is a very quick platform, but for users on the market, when something else exists that is faster and cheaper, among other things, you'd be giving bad advice to recommend the other. The reality is, there's very few reasons to go with LGA 1366 for a new user going in right now. If you need a six core CPU and are doing alot of folding/encoding/rendering is one of the few real excuses. That Sandy Bridge is recommended unanimously is for a reason, and it's because it's nearly unanimously the right choice between the two for most uses/users.
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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)
High end in 2008. Stuff gets relegated as time goes on and new stuff surpasses it. My GeForce 6800 GS AGP was rather higher end, and a GeForce 7600GT was mainstream. Yet, the latter is a bit faster, but I should say mine is "better" because it's high end? It doesn't work that way.
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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo View Post
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.
Exactly. LGA 1366 is still a great platform. It's still something AMD can't compete with at all on the performance front, and it's three years old, so that says alot. It's just not a good buy at this point. Existing users are fine sticking with it, but new users are better served going with LGA 1155.

I wouldn't get upset if someone says buying a Core 2 Duo E8600 (new) is next to useless these days (it pretty much is!), but for some reason, saying that about LGA 1366 is like something you say as though you were walking on eggshells around here, because too many people are too defensive about their hardware. Nobody is calling is slow, bad, etc. It's just not a good buy for 99% (random number, of course, but you get the idea) of the people.
Edited by Princess Garnet - 7/14/11 at 3:55pm
post #373 of 457
It all depends on the price dude.

At $300 I wouldn't buy a Core I7 960 right now either. At $250 or less however, I fail to see why someone would choose something else.

Also, for $300 the I7 970 would clearly be a better investment over the 2600K.

Conflicts start when you see Sandy Bridge fanboys claiming that a I5 is better than I7 or when they claim quad cores > 6-cores.

We're just starting to see software and games that take advantage of multiple cores. It's no longer a question of how many GHz you can pump into a CPU, it's more about multi-tasking.
Edited by Wulfgar - 7/14/11 at 4:20pm
post #374 of 457
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It all depends on the price dude.

At $300 I wouldn't buy a Core I7 960 right now either. At $250 or less however, I fail to see why someone would choose something else.

Also, for $300 the I7 970 would clearly be a better investment over the 2600K.

Conflicts start when you see Sandy Bridge fanboys claiming that a I5 is better than I7 or when they claim quad cores > 6-cores.

We're just starting to see software and games that take advantage of multiple cores. It's no longer a question of how many GHz you can pump into a CPU, it's more about multi-tasking.
The Sandy Bridge Core itself is much faster than the Core i7 1366. 1366 is dead in the water. Unless you encode video, you will not see an advantage.

Microcenter has the I7 2600k for $279.99. The I5 2600k is $179.99 So why would you pay more for a slower day to day processor?

Put it this way. Would you rather spend money on something that's faster 95% of the time, or something that is faster 5% of the time?

Get Sandy Bridge, don't look back.
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Wait, so because the motherboard doesn't meet your criteria, then the entire CPU/platform itself is a sidegrade to someone else!?

Okay...
Entire? No but the majority of boards doens't allow 3 slot GPUs in 2-way SLI with room for a PCI soundcard as well.

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How about a riser?
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You only have one gpu... Why does it even matter? Or did you just find something you could argue even though it seems to have no relevance to you?

My P67 pro has an open PCI slot between the two main PCIe lanes which is easily accessed due to the fact that I'm using water cooling.

With this board I can run SLI, with a dedicated PhysX card as well as X-Fi.
    
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You only have one gpu... Why does it even matter? Or did you just find something you could argue even though it seems to have no relevance to you?

My P67 pro has an open PCI slot between the two main PCIe lanes which is easily accessed due to the fact that I'm using water cooling.

With this board I can run SLI, with a dedicated PhysX card as well as X-Fi.
I currently have a single setup rig because I put the GTX460 in the other rig since it's previous card died (HD4890).
And I hate when I can't run SLI with a soundcard.
Seeing people with SLI and built in soundcard just makes me laugh.
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The Sandy Bridge Core itself is much faster than the Core i7 1366. 1366 is dead in the water. Unless you encode video, you will not see an advantage.
It definitely isn't much faster, just slightly. The big jumps you likely see are due to higher stock clocks/turbo and/or much higher overclock ceilings.

But yeah, there's no reason to get a 1366 at this point unless you can get a second hand 970/980x or something for real cheap.

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The i5 2500k and i7 2600k is faster than the i7 980x in games and some other stuff. The 980x is better with editing and heavy multitasking i guess. The i7 980x is an amazing CPU tho!
... If you're going to compare a 980x to SB in games, you might aswell just use an overclocked i5 760 @ 3.33Ghz in the 980x's place.

It amazes me when I see nonsense like "Sandybridge whoops the $1k 980x in gaming!!11!!!11!!!".... If the game can't use the 990x's extra cores/threads, you're effectively comparing it to an 3.3Ghz 1st gen i5.
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Not everyone is an audiophile, personally I think sound cards are silly. My board allows me to use my 5.1 $120 speakers, as well as my headset with mic, words are clear, audio is audible... Would a sound card help $120 speakers? Probably not. Would I invest in a high end sound system for my computer? Probably not. Therefore do I need a PC with two sound cards? Probably not.

Different strokes for different folks.
    
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