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Eh... I'll stick with 775 until intel figures out what socket they are going to support.
Or go AMD...

Or just never upgrade.
if your smart, you'll just be patient and wait for the next generation mobo's with PCI-Expess 3.0 ( 1 GB/s per lane ) and allot of other hardware.

for example: "SSD's, Graphics cards, DDR4 RAM etc."

just sayin.
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Eh... I'll stick with 775 until intel figures out what socket they are going to support.
Or go AMD...

Or just never upgrade.
That is like your car which you now own, has 45 HP, no servo steering, and your'e telling, that you wont buy a new car, unless they make another car with 45HP and old technology. Maybe a little strange comparison, but you know what i wanted to say.
    
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I'm probably not going to upgrade till 2012. So far my computer is doing just fine, But I've noticed that I would've needed a Quad Core on a fair few occasions and a lot of Ram would've come in handy so I bought more Ram and a Q9550 just to tied me over till then. It will be a shame to miss out on X68 but if I don't have the money to upgrade at the time I may very well have to
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I'm probably not going to upgrade till 2012. So far my computer is doing just fine, But I've noticed that I would've needed a Quad Core on a fair few occasions and a lot of Ram would've come in handy so I bought more Ram and a Q9550 just to tied me over till then. It will be a shame to miss out on X68 but if I don't have the money to upgrade at the time I may very well have to
be patient and wait, until your ignorance gets the better of you.
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Dual socket board
  • 12 cores per CPU
  • 2 CPUs per board
  • 24 Cores
  • 48 with HT

Sounds delicious.
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post #86 of 161
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That is like your car which you now own, has 45 HP, no servo steering, and your'e telling, that you wont buy a new car, unless they make another car with 45HP and old technology. Maybe a little strange comparison, but you know what i wanted to say.
Well.. tbh I don't care about cars at all. I don't even know what servo steering is and don't care enough to google it.

Does it go from point a to b? It does?!?
SOLD!
(I sorta care about MPG though)

The most intensive thing I do on my computers is gaming. So far my q6600 has not been proven obsolete... not even close.
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if your smart, you'll just be patient and wait for the next generation mobo's with PCI-Expess 3.0 ( 1 GB/s per lane ) and allot of other hardware.

for example: "SSD's, Graphics cards, DDR4 RAM etc."

just sayin.
Well... it has been about 4 years now. I can certainly wait at least another 2 years unless some major innovation comes along.

Honestly, people may scoff, but I may not upgrade a single component of my computer until Microsoft and Sony (possibly Nintendo) release the next consoles. That will raise the "lowest common denominator" of graphics and then my system will be struggling with COD: rainbow Ops modern warfare 9 on the lowest resolution and settings. At which point I will either buy a console or build a new PC. Depends.
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I'm probably not going to upgrade till 2012. So far my computer is doing just fine, But I've noticed that I would've needed a Quad Core on a fair few occasions and a lot of Ram would've come in handy so I bought more Ram and a Q9550 just to tied me over till then. It will be a shame to miss out on X68 but if I don't have the money to upgrade at the time I may very well have to
The point is that unless there's a feature that you absolutely need, an upgrade is basically dead money.

For example, this sig. rig of mine was an upgrade from a Pentium 4 system. Did I need the upgrade? Absolutely. Running the Android VM (or any VM) on a P4 is a joke, and a bad one at that.

Will I upgrade from this rig? Maybe. Depends on my usage scenario. In your case, ask yourself what X68/P67 and the new CPUs will bring you. Can you achieve the same with some older kit off eBay? Socket 1156 is "dead", but is it useless? Socket 1366 is "dead" but is it useless?

Like you, I'll probably not upgrade until next year either.
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mmm do want...I think I can hold out a little longer before upgrading
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I though 2011 was a server socket no?
    
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You guys are missing an important point...

Intel released their high end platform before their low end last time, so the high end was cut down in order to make it more affordable. Intel has since corrected their mistakes.

Now with SB out first, Intel can price these to avoid any overlap.


-With the massive 6/8 core die these processors will probably retail in the $600-1000 range, which leaves the $100-500 range for SB.

- Quad channel memory and overkill on PCIe lanes means many-layered motherboards, so even with the NB cut out they will still likely retail in the $300-400 range.


So its basically twice as expensive as Sandy Bridge, for in all likelihood 10-15% improvement in real world applications.
Sure, in applications that can't take advantage of parallelism. But rendering, encoding/transcoding, the performance should scale pretty well.

But Intel is not afraid to price their mainstream parts near or above their high-end parts as we've seen with Lynnfield and Bloomfield. For this, I hope you are wrong in your assertions as I don't want to pay more than $400 for a 6-8 core part!


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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.
The 2600K trades blows with the 980x and is far cheaper. But what I've noticed is that Intel never cared about performance per dollar on one platform relative to one of their other platforms. They seem to be very stubborn in that regard, which annoys me.

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You do realize dual channel is just two normal memory controllers, tri channel is three and quad channel is four?
The Opteron 6100-series processors are come in 8- and 12-core varieties, two quad-core processors on one die and two 6-core processors on one die respectively, each with their own dual-channel memory controller.
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