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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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    1366
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post #421 of 457
I say this not out of hate for 1366 but love for the 1156/1155. Intel muffed up with the 1366 on so many levels.

It was supposedly touted as "Extreme / High-End" for enthusiasts. The reality is that the affordable 1156 came along with cheaper price point and lower TDP and took a nice hot dookie all over the 1366. The 1156 was undeniably the true enthusiasts market.

The 1155 is just 1156 version 2.0 and it rocks! The 2011 socket will probably be great but with it's high costs and high TDP, the 1155 may be the enthusiasts pick. The only thing Intel did right this time around was to release their "Performance" socket before their "Extreme / High-End" socket. This ensures that the people going the 2011 route don't get dated technology and their wallets raped as badly as the 1366 crowd did.
Edited by muffe - 9/3/11 at 11:15am
post #422 of 457
I just built a 2500K rig and I can say that it is just as fast as my 920 for everyday tasks and gaming. I do alot of video editing and rendering and I prefer the older 1366 rig for those tasks while i game on my 1155 rig. The old 920 has served me well and continues to serve. I don't feel that I wasted my money by buying the X58 platform and the fact that it was the fastest for 2 years further reinforces that. In the age of tablet pc's, net-books and cellphones, I don't feel my old 1366 will be wimpy in any tasks anytime soon. I love how people say " Omg this cpu CRUSHES this other cpu" when there is only a small difference and then they run around touting victory and saying this other cpu is total garbage. Old and busted right? I remember when the majority of these people were rolling AMD rigs and getting trashed by the X58 and were not happy about it. Revenge? Probably.
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Why do people upgrade rigs so quickly just for a few seconds difference in the small number of tasks they do, plus in games CPUs doesn't really matter much anyway unless you plan to run CS 1.6 on a CRT monitor with V sync off.

One thing I have to admit about SB is that it totally suprised me with the amt of performance it gets for the price and how cool it runs. And the power efficiency(not very noticeable in electric bills)

One thing I have to admit about 1366 is that the boards they have now provides you with the best expansion layouts. The Formula for example allows you to run 2 way SLI with 2 slots in between your 2 slot cards for better cooling and also a sound card (without worry of having it blocking your slots)/you can run 3 way SLI with a sound card. And even 4 way sli on some boards, which you cannot do on a P67/Z68 board yet (unless I miss out sth).

Why 1155: because you like getting A LOT FOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, getting very nice numbers for overclocks and getting insane performance at a very nice price.

Why 1366: because you value mobo expansion over CPU power (P67/Z68 might catch up but not as of right now) run 4 way/ 3 way sli + a sound card; want 6 cores (I would w8 for IB though)

And let's face it, even if you have a 1366 socket right now, the only reason you will go SB is because of that small amt of seconds you can save from transcoding and the small number of cents/ dollars from electric bills/want the latest tech. But if you go SB now, you will regret not waiting for IB, and by the time you go IB, you will regret not waiting for Haswell. The Cruel Cycle for PC Enthusiasts.

In the name of Linus Sebastian "Keep you expectations realistic", people are starving in Africa and the money we save from upgrading every gen can save at least 5 children :')
    
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post #424 of 457
It's definitely not a downgrade, I'd call it a sidegrade. Performance is so similar that it's silly to consider exchanging 1366 for 1155. Wait for IB or BD.
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post #425 of 457
Quote:
Originally Posted by LoneWolf View Post
It's impossible that 1155 is gonna be better than the 1136.

If you're comparing the i7 930 with i5 2600k then they'll meet up. i7 980x is gonna slap any Sandy Bay in de face. Intel is an international company. They do kill their own products... Cents & Dollars tells the stories...

Perhaps Sandy Bay makes things easier for user. OC i7 right & surely it'll out do the i5...
Lucky thing is that we've got OCN forumers
I quoted this for the lulz.
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post #426 of 457
Maybe if you're playing games that are GPU bound for the most part you'll see little benefit in upgrading from 1366 to 1155, but for those who are using their rigs in CPU intensive tasks, there's easily a 30 - 40% improvement. I don't think that's bad at all.
Try FSX, or folding at home for example
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post #427 of 457
I think if u have the i5/i7 1366 intel cpus , than u can happily skipp SB , becasue its not worth to upgrade and get like 10% performance boost for a lot of money .

I am upgrading from an Athlon II , so i will notice a lot .
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post #428 of 457
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cacophony View Post
1155 is faster than a 980x
I think you should find out more in 3DMARK 11 the 6 core 980x destroy any sandy fish. just look for the top 20 in 3DMARK 11 or Vantage you won't see any 1155.
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post #429 of 457
Quote:
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I think you should find out more in 3DMARK 11 the 6 core 980x destroy any sandy fish. just look for the top 20 in 3DMARK 11 or Vantage you won't see any 1155.
What's "destroying" for you? a 20 - 30% more performance with a 50% more cores and for 4x the price? and that's only in apps that take advantage of all 6 cores, because otherwise Sandy Bridge wipes the floor with Gulftown going by your standards
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Quote:
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I think you should find out more in 3DMARK 11 the 6 core 980x destroy any sandy fish. just look for the top 20 in 3DMARK 11 or Vantage you won't see any 1155.
I'm guessing he was talking clock for clock, core for core.
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