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I was going to go for the 2600k, i do quite a lot of video encoding. But it's going to be £100 more expensive according to some sources.

I'll have to wait and see though.
Yea in the states it's expected to be $100 more but I feel that is a laughable price difference for the higher cache and HT. I think Intel is finally pricing their new releases right to have even better competition with AMD. No longer will a $200 AMD CPU = a $600 Intel CPU.
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Yea in the states it's expected to be $100 more but I feel that is a laughable price difference for the higher cache and HT. I think Intel is finally pricing their new releases right to have even better competition with AMD.
It's my christmas present, so i think i can have a 2600k, or a 2500k AND a mobo.

Might just bite the bullet and get a 2600k tbh.

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It's my christmas present, so i think i can have a 2600k, or a 2500k AND a mobo.

Might just bite the bullet and get a 2600k tbh.

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Lol, thanks. Honestly for the "measly" $100 the 2600k is definitely worth it. You'll probably be able to find a few 1155 boards here on OCN for sale since many here are anxious to try different boards and choose their favorite one. And then in 2012, you can get an Ivy Bridge CPU as an upgrade. They will be 1155.
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Lol, thanks. Honestly for the "measly" $100 the 2600k is definitely worth it. You'll probably be able to find a few 1155 boards here on OCN for sale since many here are anxious to try different boards and choose their favorite one. And then in 2012, you can get an Ivy Bridge CPU as an upgrade. They will be 1155.
Ivy bridge will be 1155? I thought ivy bridge was going to be 1365?
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Ivy bridge will be 1155? I thought ivy bridge was going to be 1365?
Nope, many have that misconception. Ivy Bridge is going to retain compatibility with 1155. Whether they will produce Ivy Bridge chips across both 1155 and 1356 I don't know.

http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news...-larrabee.aspx

Note that it is no longer 2011, but 2012, that Ivy Bridge will come.

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In mid- to late-2011, Intel will introduce Ivy Bridge, a 22nm die-shrink of Sandy Bridge. Just like Nehalem-to-Westmere, Sandy Bridge-to-Ivy Bridge will be more than just a die-shrink, but we should still expect Socket compatibility between the two.

Edited by Stealth Pyros - 1/4/11 at 9:46am
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Well, that's made my day... lol
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This the info I got:
The one good thing here is that the majority of CPUs on the desktop side will use the same socket (Socket-1155) versus the previous generation, which saw multiple different sockets. The only chips to use a different socket on the desktop side will be the highest end Core i7/Core i7 Extremes, which use Socket 1356 (not to be confused with Intel's previous gen. Socket 1366). The net message, though, is you will be able to use more CPUs with your socket

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http://www.dailytech.com/Intel+Offic...ticle20538.htm
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This the info I got:
The one good thing here is that the majority of CPUs on the desktop side will use the same socket (Socket-1155) versus the previous generation, which saw multiple different sockets. The only chips to use a different socket on the desktop side will be the highest end Core i7/Core i7 Extremes, which use Socket 1356 (not to be confused with Intel's previous gen. Socket 1366). The net message, though, is you will be able to use more CPUs with your socket

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http://www.dailytech.com/Intel+Offic...ticle20538.htm
Yea, down in that link it suggests the same:

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Looking ahead, Intel's next move will be to shrink Sandy Bridge to 22 nm, code-named Ivy-Bridge. These chips will likely be introduced in about a year -- January 2012 seems most probable. They will feature a significantly improved integrated GPU (thanks to the doubling of the execution units onboard). This will allow the new iGPUs to support DirectX 11. A cache increase seems likely too, given the addition of more hungry iGPU components.

Ivy-Bridge should also feature power improvements, given the smaller transistor size and new processes to reduce current leakage.
They're simply shrinking the die, they should definitely have 1155 compatibility. Even if they don't, I'll be more than happy with a 2600k. I don't think the leap from 1155 to 1356 will be that great.
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Im just gonna wait 6 months and see what happens before upgrading from my q6600.
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post #30 of 60
so tempting... i wonder what's the highest stable clock it can fold at 24/7... maybe 4.5ghz-4.8ghz? 45k ppd?
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