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These numbers worry me...

I have 3 days left to return the sr-2. If these can pull 50k for 1/2 the price of an sr-2 pulling 75k, I would be better off returning the sr-2 and picking up two of these. And same goes for the 970...
Toughie. It would be neat to have a dual CPU board tho'.
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Toughie. It would be neat to have a dual CPU board tho'.
That's not the case. The case is, is it more cost effective to buy the new SB. Then keep a SR-2? I feel bad for all the S1366 people, if all these stats seem to have SB kicking S1366 i7's in the nads.
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That's not the case. The case is, is it more cost effective to buy the new SB. Then keep a SR-2? I feel bad for all the S1366 people, if all these stats seem to have SB kicking S1366 i7's in the nads.
Well then there's the cost effective bit.

I don't know about "kicking in the nads" as of yet. SB has a fair gain over Nehalem it looks like...but what I've seen thus far isn't near as bad as how hyperthreaded Nehalem stomped Core2Quad IIRC. Many folks are happily running Core2Quads to this day-and you still have a C2D in your sig.

There are a few benches like Cinebench where SB stomps Nehalem, but most benches aren't near that drastic especially clock for clock. And most folks aren't running Cinebench all day. Granted we still have yet to see enthusiast chips.
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Well then there's the cost effective bit.

I don't know about "kicking in the nads" as of yet. SB has a fair gain over Nehalem it looks like...but what I've seen thus far isn't near as bad as how hyperthreaded Nehalem stomped Core2Quad IIRC. Many folks are happily running Core2Quads to this day-and you still have a C2D in your sig.

There are a few benches like Cinebench where SB stomps Nehalem, but most benches aren't near that drastic especially clock for clock. And most folks aren't running Cinebench all day. Granted we still have yet to see enthusiast chips.
You throw some very good points. But when you see something beat a i7 980x... That's crazy. Just think, someone paid 999$+ for it. And not even a little more over a year... It's beat by a 300$ processor. That's ridiculous.
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You throw some very good points. But when you see something beat a i7 980x... That's crazy. Just think, someone paid 999$+ for it. And not even a little more over a year... It's beat by a 300$ processor. That's ridiculous.
Especially since they are still selling the 980x for $1k.. I agree about the annoying part too.. well if the 1155/1156 can get an updated chip, let's hope that Intel will do the same for 1366 down the road. I have not read anything yet that says Intel is abandoning development on the 1366.

Who knows, late 2011 / 2012 might bring something Sandy Bridge-esque to the 1366..? With the 1366 supposedly Intel's "Enthusiast" socket, that is still relatively new, I can only hope it's development timeline has not ended this early.

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Well what socket is Ivy gonna be 1366? 8/12 core?
I've yet to see anything that shows SB besting 980x unless its OC'd to 5Ghz which has been addresed that the Volts is to high to fold 24/7

Clock for clock the 980x will best the SB 10/10 @ clock for clock, why talk about it if the OC cannot be maintained? I don't see how it can compete if it cant maintain that high an OC.

As far as feeling bad for all those such as myself who purchased 1366 platforms, don't. Most have had for a year +, they have been paid for and gotten more then there moneys worth IMO and will continue to be more then enough for anything in hte next few years.
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Well what socket is Ivy gonna be 1366? 8/12 core?
I've yet to see anything that shows SB besting 980x unless its OC'd to 5Ghz which has been addresed that the Volts is to high to fold 24/7

Clock for clock the 980x will best the SB 10/10 @ clock for clock, why talk about it if the OC cannot be maintained? I don't see how it can compete if it cant maintain that high an OC.

As far as feeling bad for all those such as myself who purchased 1366 platforms, don't. Most have had for a year +, they have been paid for and gotten more then there moneys worth IMO and will continue to be more then enough for anything in hte next few years.
.... Coming from a owner of a 980x. The response that was to be expected...
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I have no problem with eating my words... If and only if SB can put up numbers like a 4+Ghz 980x. I just can't see that happening.
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Not sure if it beats 980x, but it does smack the quads around.
Waiting for Ivy Bridge though for an upgrade, that is going to be sweet.
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That's not the case. The case is, is it more cost effective to buy the new SB. Then keep a SR-2? I feel bad for all the S1366 people, if all these stats seem to have SB kicking S1366 i7's in the nads.
I dont feel bad at all. Socket 1366 rig can be built for cheaper than SB.

Also, my 970 pulls 55k and thats without crazy volts. I still haven't tried to max out this cpu on safe voltages.

Used i7 920 D0 $200 (have seen some for 180)
Used X58 mobo $100-$180

SB you are looking at a $300 cpu and a $200+ mobo.

$380 vs $500?

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These numbers worry me...

I have 3 days left to return the sr-2. If these can pull 50k for 1/2 the price of an sr-2 pulling 75k, I would be better off returning the sr-2 and picking up two of these. And same goes for the 970...
Thats a hard one. I haven't run the numbers in awhile, but I'd personally run 2 i7 rigs vs a sr-2 due to cost. But if I had the money, I'd love an sr-2. Running two 920 rigs would still net less PPD tho. As for SB, I'm waiting til we get some true numbers from people on here. These review chips could be golden chips or just regular ones.. we wont know til launch.
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