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I wonder how accurate the info in the link is, it is from April of 2010.
The info was claimed to have been taken from Intel themselves apparently, though. So I think this is enough proof regardless of date.

Keep in mind that by this time they probably were well in to designing Ivy Bridge. The processors they are currently working on today probably will not be released for several more years. The technology we use today was being designed by Intel several years ago, making it pretty illogical to think that Intel would change their mind and start working on 6 or 8 core Sandy Bridge chips since April 2010.
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My thought is Intel will release a high end socket if Bulldozer warrants it. If not they'll die shrink, and move on to the next gen at 22nm.
I don't think there is enough development time to change things up in response to AMD. What's scheduled for release has probably been in the pipeline for a few years already.
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I don't think there is enough development time to change things up in response to AMD. What's scheduled for release has probably been in the pipeline for a few years already.
Haha exactly as I was saying.
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I don't think there is enough development time to change things up in response to AMD. What's scheduled for release has probably been in the pipeline for a few years already.
Yeah exactly. There are chips in development now that are 3-4 generations in the future which translates to about 6-10 years in the future depending on when development is completed. So what is being released isn't really in response to what another company does.
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Yeah exactly. There are chips in development now that are 3-4 generations in the future which translates to about 6-10 years in the future depending on when development is completed. So what is being released isn't really in response to what another company does.
Unless there is a lot of corporate espionage going on...

On a related note Intel has said that they have a "clear" roadmap to 11 nm processes scheduled for 2015, one can bet that they have people thinking and developing stuff beyond that too.
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The info was claimed to have been taken from Intel themselves apparently, though. So I think this is enough proof regardless of date.

Keep in mind that by this time they probably were well in to designing Ivy Bridge. The processors they are currently working on today probably will not be released for several more years. The technology we use today was being designed by Intel several years ago, making it pretty illogical to think that Intel would change their mind and start working on 6 or 8 core Sandy Bridge chips since April 2010.
I wasn't trying to discredit you, I merely asked as I have not seen any recent information, thats all. I don't know much about this and I am trying to learn.
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I wasn't trying to discredit you, I merely asked as I have not seen any recent information, thats all. I don't know much about this and I am trying to learn.
I completely understand, I am in the same boat as you, I am just trying to learn whilst sharing the information I have already gained from others. Isn't that what OCN is all about?
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Yeah exactly. There are chips in development now that are 3-4 generations in the future which translates to about 6-10 years in the future depending on when development is completed. So what is being released isn't really in response to what another company does.

Probably right.

It seems like many of the offerings such as PCIx3.0 are not needed in this current gen, and coming out with something that advanced will cost a lot. With nothing utilizing it there won't be much need for a lot of people to step up to it. With the rate of change we're seeing in chips, in two years SB will be dated once again.

It just seems like "latest and greatest" is always getting defeated by "the next best thing".
    
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Probably right.

It seems like many of the offerings such as PCIx3.0 are not needed in this current gen, and coming out with something that advanced will cost a lot. With nothing utilizing it there won't be much need for a lot of people to step up to it. With the rate of change we're seeing in chips, in two years SB will be dated once again.

It just seems like "latest and greatest" is always getting defeated by "the next best thing".
Of course, this is how technology works, and in my opinion it is a wonderful thing.

Now if only software would catch up.
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Haha I know what you mean, hence I bought the i5 instead of the i7.

Just not enough takes advantage of even 4 cores for me to buy the i7, maybe someday... but not this gen. I also dumped a x6 for the same reason, not enough cpu utilization in what I do.

It's just tricky because you want to stay on top of it, but the cpus are so far ahead of the software the high end stuff is wasted so much it's hard to justify the cost - and that was two years ago, it's the same thing today.
    
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