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Originally Posted by tombug;12281050 
How much of a boost over my q6600? Ivy is when I plan on upgrading.

HUGE, that is IF you are overclocking the beast...

Sandy Bridge is a beast mate (5 GHz on Air / 5.8 GHz on Water), Ivy Bridge will be a beast + 20-30% more performance, which is like a Beast on crack.. biggrin.gif

I don't know if IB will offer more performance on the OC side though, so the wait may not be worth the wait for enthusiast overclockers...

On the low end of the spectrum however, where one would use the CPU & GPU feature, it's worth waiting for Ivy Bridge...

In the mean time Sandy Bridge is a great choice today....(After Main Board Revisions are finished)
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I will go intel next build, but at the moment, or even in 2011, I dont feel the need to update my cpu or graphics cards.

I'm waiting to be like, wow at results. Been a while.
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post #123 of 174
Sceptical boyd is sceptical...

I'll be very impressed if it is. I want to see what the future has in store.
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Originally Posted by _GTech;12381146 
HUGE, that is IF you are overclocking the beast...

Sandy Bridge is a beast mate (5 GHz on Air / 5.8 GHz on Water), Ivy Bridge will be a beast + 20-30% more performance, which is like a Beast on crack.. biggrin.gif

I don't know if IB will offer more performance on the OC side though, so the wait may not be worth the wait for enthusiast overclockers...

On the low end of the spectrum however, where one would use the CPU & GPU feature, it's worth waiting for Ivy Bridge...

In the mean time Sandy Bridge is a great choice today....(After Main Board Revisions are finished)

um what? proof? i've seen 5ghz on air but it's not certain with sb chips it seems and i've yet to see 5.8ghz on water. stable 24/7 clock.

I really have to see this 20-30% gain with IB also as i'm extremely skeptical about that. just from a die shrink? doubting this big time
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um what? proof? i've seen 5ghz on air but it's not certain with sb chips it seems and i've yet to see 5.8ghz on water. stable 24/7 clock.

I really have to see this 20-30% gain with IB also as i'm extremely skeptical about that. just from a die shrink? doubting this big time

Nobody on this forum has even got close to 5.8GHz. 5 is pretty standard, but there's a wall at about 5.4.
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As I understand it:

Sandy Bridge (as it is today): Mainstream, 32nm, LGA 1155, Successor to 1156
Sandy Bridge EX (upcoming): High end/Enterprise, 32nm, LGA 2011, Successor to 1366
Ivy Bridge: Mainstream 22nm LGA1155, Successor to SB (Mainstream)

It's more like this:

Sandy Bridge: 32nm, LGA1155, successor to 1156.
Sandy Bridge-EN: Enthusiast: 32nm, LGA1356, successor to 1366.
Sandy Bridge-EX: Extreme Edition: 32nm, LGA2011, successor to the 980X + SR-2 combo and Skulltrail.
Ivy Bridge: 22nm version of all of the above on the same sockets.

That's not including server CPUs.

It'll be 20-30% performance increase with differing clock speeds (Stock clocks) and probably different core counts.
    
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20% performance increase? Not that impressive especially since that 20% I am sure is tested on optimized software.
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Heck if thats true I'll swap my Sandy Bridge for an Ivy Bridge as long as I can use the same mobo!!! tongue.gif and as long as my 67p gets replaced from asus...
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I will probably will get mine when everything settles down. Sometimes around 2012.

I agree! Me Too!!
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The 2600K only provides a noticeable difference(vs 2500K) at 1024x768 and below.
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I like how you say the PIIs are 2 years behind and then mention video encoding where they match most of the last gen i7s.
Um, your point? It took 2 years for AMD to come out with a 6 core to compete with a 2 year old 920. What's so hard to understand?
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