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What if we have one stick of ram that contains two 2GB channels of ram? 4 channel with 4 slots. Just a thought.
Kinda like the Seagate Barracuda HP2 was, RAID0 internally? It's possible, but the motherboard would have to be specially designed.
    
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post #132 of 161
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Heh! You're just like me, I like to get every last drop of performance/use out of my rig!

It sucks to be a poor enthusiast!
lol exactly. I hate upgrading all the time anyways. I like to have something I can be proud of for a long time, and now that I have a stable income again, I can afford to buy quality parts.

I can't wait for more info on lga 2011, should be an epic platform.
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post #133 of 161
I dont care if the MB is huge because my HAF X will take it no problem. Also Quad Chanel should hit over 30gb/s in memory easily.
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post #134 of 161
Does look promising but i made sure i future proofed myself for awhile i wont be replacing my sr-2 or my 5650 xeons for atleast another 2 or 3 years.
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post #135 of 161
F*cking jelly.
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I don't know, some Server boards have 8 DIMM slots so why cant enthusiasts/gamer boards have them? Just means we need a bigger case to fit the mobo and all that
Server motherboards are usually larger, and those ram slots would have to come at the expense of room for heatsinks and expansion slots.
    
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Well, better start saving up again... The X58 chipset is getting old. Add PCI-E 3.0, native USB 3.0 AND SATA 6.0GB/s (better be on there!), and I'm definitely in. Is the poorly designed push pin heatsink mounting system still there? That needs to go.

I bet most enthusiast boards have 4 DIMM slots rather than eight. That might not be so bad since going from 6 to 4 would free up some extra space for the massive heatsinks. At least I hope so since a bigger motherboard is not going to work with my FT02 case.

Am I the only one who thinks quad channel's enough - at least quite a while? Buying 4 DIMMS will be expensive enough. How expensive would a set of 8 DDR3 DIMMS be!? What I'd really like to see is an improved memory controller rated for 1.8v or even 2.0v rather than 1.65v. With that you'd see quite an improvement in ram speed, latency and overall bandwidth.

I hope that AMD can pull off a big surprise with Bulldozer. Competition only helps the consumer. I bet an X58 replacement would have been out sooner, not to mention lower motherboard prices in general, if AMD was more competitive in the high-end CPU range. Who knows, maybe Intel might also release reasonably priced, unlocked CPUs instead of charging $1000 (rediculous). At least with 2011 pins, this socket should be around for quite some time.
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I dont care if the MB is huge because my HAF X will take it no problem. Also Quad Chanel should hit over 30gb/s in memory easily.
46-48GB with 1600mhz ram actually.

As for thread, this is what im waiting for, an 8 core sandy bridge with 8gb of RAM.
Watercool it, as 8 core ones going to be much hotter than the 4 core 1155 counterpart.
OC to 4.8Ghz and deal with it.
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Is it just me or does that socket look HUGE?
    
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Well, better start saving up again... The X58 chipset is getting old. Add PCI-E 3.0, native USB 3.0 AND SATA 6.0GB/s (better be on there!), and I'm definitely in. Is the poorly designed push pin heatsink mounting system still there? That needs to go.

I bet most enthusiast boards have 4 DIMM slots rather than eight. That might not be so bad since going from 6 to 4 would free up some extra space for the massive heatsinks. At least I hope so since a bigger motherboard is not going to work with my FT02 case.

Am I the only one who thinks quad channel's enough - at least quite a while? Buying 4 DIMMS will be expensive enough. How expensive would a set of 8 DDR3 DIMMS be!? What I'd really like to see is an improved memory controller rated for 1.8v or even 2.0v rather than 1.65v. With that you'd see quite an improvement in ram speed, latency and overall bandwidth.

I hope that AMD can pull off a big surprise with Bulldozer. Competition only helps the consumer. I bet an X58 replacement would have been out sooner, not to mention lower motherboard prices in general, if AMD was more competitive in the high-end CPU range. Who knows, maybe Intel might also release reasonably priced, unlocked CPUs instead of charging $1000 (rediculous). At least with 2011 pins, this socket should be around for quite some time.
Far from old!
Anyway, why sandy now. We won't see any huge benefits yet. Games can't even make full use of a Q6600 yet!
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