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ps...also...why has this forum been acting so slow lately? hope they can give it more bandwidth or memory...
truth. I thought it was just me at first.
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post #102 of 161
Me wants X68
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post #103 of 161
I'm gonna wait for bulldozer and gonna choose from between this and that.
    
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post #104 of 161
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Nor can you directly compare a nvidia shader core to a desktop CPU core. A 512 core nvidia card is not all that impressive when they are 2 completely different markets with 2 completely different functions. Furthermore, Intel currently has at least 8 cores on a single die that is functional. I'd be more impressed of 512 i7 cores on a single die then 1600 shaders on a GPU.

Nor do you know the performance of a bulldozer core. But whatever.
Wasn't that the exact point he was making? That the number of cores/shaders/modules shouldn't be compared, since it's not exactly the same.

Noone knows much about bulldozer, but we do know that the modules of Bulldozer is different than cores from Intel, and as such we can't directly compare the numbers. Which was exactly what he said.
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Does anybody know will X68 have 8 DIMM slots?
    
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Does anybody know will X68 have 8 DIMM slots?
To had quad-channel memory it will have to have 8.
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To had quad-channel memory it will have to have 8.
That's gonna be one big ass board then
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That's gonna be one big ass board then
Yeah it will be. 2,011 pins, 8 DIMMS, 3 x PCIe!
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We can have an 80 core CPU but hardly any programs out there can use nearly a quarter of that.
Prime95 stress testing doesn't even use a quarter of my 980x. It's still on stock speeds.

I'm interested to see what the next step in the cpu race is nonetheless.
    
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post #110 of 161
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Socket G34 supports quad channel DDR3...?

And Intel only supported up to 1333Mhz officially with Nehalem iirc, hell, the Intel Ark page for the 2600K says "DDR3-1066/1333" as supported memory.
i7-8xx CPUs support 1600mhz RAM natively.

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Those prices are on the high side, but Intel will set prices as high as possible if there is no competition -- hence $1000 980Xs.
Yes, which is why we all had to pay 600+ USD for our Nehalems and Sandy Bridges, right?
As much as possible.. yep. I'd say with no competition to speak of, Nehalem and SB both were priced beautifully.

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On the other hand, by the time you feel you need to upgrade your (superior) Intel chip, you'd likely benefit from a new mobo anyway. .

Unless you really feel the need to upgrade every time a new chip comes out. In that case, it's going to cost you a lot either way. AMD is nice in that they have their neat sockets that last for decades or whatever, but you get what you pay for when you build with Intel instead.
It's a waste of time, Plex, I've tried to explain this to people time and time again, and some people just don't get it.

I think they'd still be using IDE/PS2/AGP equipped boards if only a Bloomfield or Deneb would drop right in.

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Does anybody know will X68 have 8 DIMM slots?
As per the article: "there's room for only one DIMM per channel " so, likely not. You -did- read the article, right?

BizarreRide - just because it has 4 channels doesn't mean it needs 8 slots. I don't know where you got that idea.

There are triple channel boards out there with 4 slots, dual channel boards with 2 slots.. etc. Mobo manufacturers give you two slots per channel so you have the option to upgrade or use more RAM, not because it's necessary..

Ekemeister - by design, Prime95 loads all cores to 100%. So.. no.
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