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Really? but that wasn't my intent
I said the comment you were replying to. Not your own comment!
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Sadly, Intel made it have a short life time.
I actually find Bloomfield remarkably long lived. In the 2 years it was out, it had no competition (no, $800~1000 Gulftown processors don't really count). The Phenom II X6 was only competitive when it came to heavily multi-threaded applications and even then, they're just on par with Bloomfield (w/HT) when you look at clock for clock performance.
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I said the comment you were replying to. Not your own comment!
Aha,,,sorry about that but I'm not an English man!
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I actually feel a twinge of regret having moved to SB. The X58 platform felt snappier; maybe it was my different RAM or something. I might just put my 920 back in and sell the SB.

We'll see, I just reinstalled windows and I'm liking what I see now. But there's no question that the i7 920/930 is going to become legend, like the Q6600.
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I actually feel a twinge of regret having moved to SB. The X58 platform felt snappier; maybe it was my different RAM or something. I might just put my 920 back in and sell the SB.

We'll see, I just reinstalled windows and I'm liking what I see now. But there's no question that the i7 920/930 is going to become legend, like the Q6600.
Sidegrade much? Sandy Bridge is awesome and all, but if you already own an X58 rig it's practically pointless. If building new from an older platform, it's definitely the way to go!
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Sidegrade much? Sandy Bridge is awesome and all, but if you already own an X58 rig it's practically pointless. If building new from an older platform, it's definitely the way to go!
Agreed, I definitely got caught up in the release hype. SB is no means bad, it's just not light years better.
    
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I think 1366 has another 6-12 months at the top, even though 1155 will be currently outselling 1366 platforms.
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did you call 1366 CRAP?

LOL.

Seriously, 1366 is a brilliant socket, intel should have put more time into it. Now I need to go IB in a year
    
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Future of 1366?
Get some pretty fast ram ... a 990x ... and get it to 5Ghz and run the ram at 2000+

That would be a nice future for me ...
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Future of 1366?
Get some pretty fast ram ... a 990x ... and get it to 5Ghz and run the ram at 2000+

That would be a nice future for me ...
Would be nice if those components would not be expensive.
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