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Hey guys,
I was wondering whether Intel has any plans to develop newer processors for the 1156 platform. With the advent of the 1155 Sandy Bridge CPU's and of course the 1366 platform still existent, it seems for many owners of the 1156 CPU's (mainly i5, and some i7) that nothing new will ever be put out on the table.

*Sorry if this topic has been discussed before - the search function for me is not working anywhere on these forums.*
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Well 1155 is meant as a replacement to the mid-range market (1156), but it performs better than the current enthusiast Intel platform 1366 in pretty much every aspect. They will be phased out all together once ivy bridge hits because it is meant as a replacement for 1366. I highly doubt Intel would be devoting time and effort to a platform that is going to be replaced because as we know, new tech = more money. Personally I think 1156 adopters got shafted because it came out recently, but its time for the 3 year old 1366 platform to finally go down too.
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No new dies will be introduced although different bins may be sold as new CPUs with different speeds but they will be the same architecture as existing chips for the platform. 1156 was sort of fail IMO.
 
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Well 1155 is meant as a replacement to the mid-range market (1156), but it performs better than the current enthusiast Intel platform 1366 in pretty much every aspect. They will be phased out all together once ivy bridge hits because it is meant as a replacement for 1366. I highly doubt Intel would be devoting time and effort to a platform that is going to be replaced because as we know, new tech = more money. Personally I think 1156 adopters got shafted because it came out recently, but its time for the 3 year old 1366 platform to finally go down too.
1366 lost it's status as a mainstream/enthusiast platform when 1156 was released. Aside from the 980x and some EVGA publicity stunts nothing new has happened for well over a year. It's only merits are as a server platform, thanks to dual CPU support.

You can hide behind your triple channel memory and extra PCIe lanes but in the real world neither matters. If you switched to an i7 870 and a good P55 board you would gain performance thanks to Lynnfield's more efficient design.


Oh and Ivy Bridge is the die shrink to Sandy Bridge. Chances are it will come on a new socket in order to add PCIe 3.0 support. If Intel is smart, they will drop triple channel memory and release an Ivy Bridge model with an IGP and an a model with extra PCIe lanes, all on the same socket.
    
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Personally I think 1156 adopters got shafted because it came out recently
Depends on perspective. I bought into LGA-1156 knowing there's a possibility of it being a dead-end platform. Even during Lynnfield's release, there were already rumors about the socket being replaced by LGA-1155. However, in the meantime, I've had a year's use out of it and it remains to be a very fast system, even now. Sure, it's been superseded by faster processors but quite frankly, unless you're a benchmark whore, Lynnfield still performs very well.
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The answer you seek is.. no.
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