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Planning on building a new computer with the i7-2600k and a Maximus IV Extreme. I was going to upgrade when Ivy Bridge came out but just read something that it will require an entirely new motherboard.

Is there any validity to this? Will they be making smaller pin chips? Perhaps 1154?
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1356, 2011

Might be some for 1155 but I doubt it.
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I believe its already been said there will be Ivy Bridge CPU's for 1155, but it will require a new chipset. LGA 1356 was dropped and LGA 2011 is the main socket for both Server and Enthusiasts.
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I believe its already been said there will be Ivy Bridge CPU's for 1155, but it will require a new chipset. LGA 1356 was dropped and LGA 2011 is the main socket for both Server and Enthusiasts.
Really? 2011 is the board they'll be introducing in Q4?
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Really? 2011 is the board they'll be introducing in Q4?
There was a huge thread about it here, I'll see if I can dig it up.
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Planning on building a new computer with the i7-2600k and a Maximus IV Extreme. I was going to upgrade when Ivy Bridge came out but just read something that it will require an entirely new motherboard.

Is there any validity to this? Will they be making smaller pin chips? Perhaps 1154?
Ivy Biridge Wont make to much difference, just its smaller manufacturing process, so they can fit some extra cores. The Architecture is the same as sandy bridge.

It will probally also be expensive...
    
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2011 is successor to 1366, ivy bridge will still use the 1155 sockets. 2011 will be high end/extreme cpu's.
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Yeah, I'm definitely talking EE processors here. I guess I'll just get the Sandy Bridge and upgrade my mobo/processor/waterblock in a year =/

Is it worth it?
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what buying stuff now then buying ivy bridge in a year? no.
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what buying stuff now then buying ivy bridge in a year? no.
What would you do if your computer is dying?

It overheats and shuts down in CoD2
Edited by xyeLz - 1/26/11 at 5:10pm
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