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Poll Results: 1366 or 1155?

 
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    1366
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    1155
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post #451 of 457
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Originally Posted by muffe View Post
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.
Well the performance was very close but anyone running sli or crossfire setups did a lot better on 1336 than 1156.
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Originally Posted by Devilmaypoop View Post
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Going from C2D to Sandy Bridge should be an 50% improvement, much more if the game supports more than 2 cores. Something is wrong if you don't see a difference. Crysis 2 isn't CPU bound so you won't see a difference, but in Stalker Clear Sky that's over a 50% increase. It's massive.
When i saw the performance "improvements" after building the new system, i thought something was wrong too.
I spent weeks adjusting the bios settings, getting to understand the settings i didnt know, etc.
It was a big time sink but i learned many new things i was ignorant of.
I doubt there is something wrong...unless its a tricky hardware problem.
Everything works, no crashes, no problems, EQ2 saw a massive increase in performance, but all the other games saw no increase whatsoever....unless you call 2fps an increase.
The 2600k is superior to the c2d, so the problem should be with the chipset.
Either the chipset itself has an architecture flaw, or my mobo has a weird issue....but if it had an issue i would expect crashes and such and i dont get that at all.
When you say 50% increase in Clear Sky, i assume thats what you got on your system, right?
Edited by kaboro - 9/11/11 at 12:39pm
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Originally Posted by kaboro View Post
When you say 50% increase in Clear Sky, i assume thats what you got on your system, what are the specs of your system?
I was talking about your Clear Sky bench, it shows an improvement of over 50%. Myself, I only own one SB CPU, Pentium G620. It's certainly off if there's nothing wrong, but some games just don't show a difference.
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Originally Posted by imh073p View Post
Umm 30 to 40%? I dont think so. I game and encode video on both platforms and i see 0% difference. I would really like to see which benchmarks you are looking at.
All 1366 CPU's have HT, your 2500K doesn't. Maybe you should have gotten a 2600K if it was for encoding? and if for your particular application there's not that big of a difference, maybe AVX will change things sooner than you think
The maths are rather simple. SB has about a 15% higher IPC, and overclocks higher too (4.0 - 4.2GHz vs 4.6 - 4.8GHz) that's a 26 - 38%
Even on stock clocks the gap is there, and it's bigger. An I7 920 vs an I7 2600K (The first chips released for each platform, so yes, it's a fair choice)

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/287?vs=47

Even if you compare one of the latest 1366 quads like the 960 against the first 1155, the 2600K wins.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/287?vs=45

I'm not saying it's always worth it to switch to 1155 if you already have a 1156 or 1366 CPU. It will depend on the application and your expectations, but 1155 is clearly faster core for core
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Originally Posted by Tohru Rokuno View Post
Well, I had planned on that as well, but we were talking about CPUs.

Any recommendations for a good Nvidia-based replacement for the GT220? Right now for GTA4, it bottlenecks at the CPU instead of the GPU (99% usage on CPU, 30-40% on GPU), and I can run pretty much anything else I play at high settings (Portal 2 and other Source engine games, GRID, etc.)
gtx 460s can be had for very cheap and are very solid performers @ 1080p.

I think that's about as high I would go on 1156 pentium before you would see bottleneck from the CPU at your clock speed
    
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post #456 of 457
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Originally Posted by xPrestonn View Post
gtx 460s can be had for very cheap and are very solid performers @ 1080p.

I think that's about as high I would go on 1156 pentium before you would see bottleneck from the CPU at your clock speed
I'll keep an eye out for an EVGA one on sale. The GT220 runs at 1080p pretty good as it is, so it's not an immediate upgrade.

Found my Amazon invoice for the GT220 - purchased new Nov. 23rd 2010 for $61.24 with free shipping.
 
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post #457 of 457
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Originally Posted by DannyM View Post
I have a i7 920 @4.2Ghz... I bought and built a i5 2500k and overclocked it to 5Ghz.
Had it for 3 or 4 months and then sold it. Now I'm back on my i7 920 at 4.2Ghz.
Absolutley no noticable difference when gaming between the 1366 i7 920 4.2Ghz and a 1155 i5 2500k 5Ghz.

The i5 2500k benches better...but in real life there is no difference over the i7 920 that I noticed, especially when gaming.
It didnt feel "faster" or "better" so I sold the 2500k 5Ghz rig and kept the i7 920.
I mainly sold the 2500k rig because it was easier to sell and I could recoupe 100% of my money where as selling the i7 920 would of taken longer and cost me money.

If you dont have either....get the 2500k.
If you already have a 1366 rig...save your money or spend it on upgrading your video card, monitor, or power supply.

Thats good advice, i upgraded from core2duo (lga 775) to 1155 and saw no difference whatsoever. I even tested fps on some games on both systems, no difference as you can see in my post on page 45.
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