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Awesome.

I welcome the ram slots being on either side now that the northbridge is gone from the mobo. This should provide more space and better clearance for big heatsinks. Also only four DIMM which means in order to go quad channel we'd have to fill all 4 slots? Hmmm I am sensing 4 and 8 GB single sticks to be the norm on the horizon.

Oh nvm each DIMM has 2 channels, each. Cool. I still sense the 4 and 8 GB sticks become more popular tho.
Edited by ABeta - 1/10/11 at 1:01am
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I have a feeling that you got wrong feeling on that one
AMD choose a different direction a long ago, multi-threading thats there goal compare to Intel Top-speed... you'll see it "Sand-Bridge" will fail under Bulldozer jaws
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Anyone else feel AMD is going to struggle. I just have this horrible feeling they can't get back on top now.
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post #23 of 161
2011 hmmm.....

somethings not right there

it should be 1356 unless its been canceled

P67/H67/Z68 - 1156
X68 - 1356

that's what was thought anyways.
Edited by kylzer - 1/10/11 at 1:37am
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Listening! Really, really interested.
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http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=46499

8 Core, Launched Q1 of last year; Intel isn't behind in the core count race with AMD at all considering that Westmere chip is monolithic while AMD's 12 Core chip is not.
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The perfect upgrade to the X58. Can't wait for this.

I hope this platform utilizes Intel Light Peak.
I'll wager that Light Peak is 5-10 years away based in Intel's word.

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Anyone else feel AMD is going to struggle. I just have this horrible feeling they can't get back on top now.
AMD likely won't compete with Intel on sheer performance, rather the pricing front like they've always done in the past!

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The diagrams I've seen show PCI-E 3.0 to be integrated into the CPUs, 40 lanes (though DMI might take some of those). DMI will connect the chipset and QPI will connect to other CPUs.

Not sure how accurate this is, but it seems plausible, given the increase in pin/pad count.
I heard it was 40 lanes aswell. 32 on-die and the rest on the SB.

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2011 hmmm.....

somethings not right there

it should be 1356 unless its been canceled

P67/H67/Z68 - 1156
X68 - 1356

that's what was thought anyways.
LGA2011 was never confirmed to be a server socket.

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http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=46499

8 Core, Launched Q1 of last year; Intel isn't behind in the core count race with AMD at all considering that Westmere chip is monolithic while AMD's 12 Core chip is not.
6-core parts as well. Dunnington launched a full two years before AMD launched Thuban, though in a different space.
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2011 hmmm.....

somethings not right there

it should be 1356 unless its been canceled

P67/H67/Z68 - 1156
X68 - 1356

that's what was thought anyways.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_2011

its been rumoured to replace 1366 for a while. That wiki page has been up for almost a year now.
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2011 hmmm.....

somethings not right there

it should be 1356 unless its been canceled

P67/H67/Z68 - 1156
X68 - 1356

that's what was thought anyways.
Isn't Sandybride 1155? so 1355?
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Isn't Sandybride 1155? so 1355?
Sandy Bridge is an microarchitecture not a socket, same as Ivy Bridge. Both "bridges" are coming to 1155 (but not just 1155).

AFAIK both 32nm SB and 22nm IB will feature on 1155 as well as 2011.
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AMD choose a different direction a long ago, multi-threading thats there goal compare to Intel Top-speed... you'll see it "Sand-Bridge" will fail under Bulldozer jaws
Yeah but considering 2011 seems to be coming out with 12 cores and 24 threads all at a performance level higher than LGA1155, I'm having a hard time imagining how Bulldozer will fare.

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have a feeling that you got wrong feeling on that one
I hope so.
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