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Can't they just tell us when Socket 2011 is being released?
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You assume that I was referring to die shrink...

Clearly not the case, I'm talking about the missing instruction sets..!!!

Do some research so you don't sound so silly..
Thats cute, you calling people silly while going on about how bulldozer is going to be amazing and destroy IB without a shred of evidence to backup your claim. That being said I hope it gives intel a run for their money but you have no room to talk.
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You must have completely missed what I said.

If all 6 cores and 12 threads of a 980x are used, a 2500k/2600k cannot compete. SB is only about 10-20% faster clock for clock compared to previous i5/i7's.... it's only common sense that cannot come close to two extra cores which would yield about a 30-50% performance increase (assuming full utilization).

This is a good example. (Cinebench)
"Cannot compete"




Seriously... You and that other guy obviously had a contention with me saying "2600k is ~ 980x performance", claiming that it couldn't compete when there is clear evidence to the contrary.

Why else would you respond to what I said...

Ignoring all evidence that the 2600k does compete, despite being $780 cheaper, then you are correct, the 2600k doesn't compete.

2600k v. 980x is essentially K8 v. Netburst all over again.
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For my new rig I'll be waiting until both IB and BD are thoroughly sized up. Since I'm not partial to either company, whichever one has bigger "bang for the buck" is the one I'll get.

I think SB is great if you are way out of date and looking to upgrade now. But for a new build or anything recent, its better to wait for the big boys that are on their way.
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For my new rig I'll be waiting until both IB and BD are thoroughly sized up. Since I'm not partial to either company, whichever one has bigger "bang for the buck" is the one I'll get.

I think SB is great if you are way out of date and looking to upgrade now. But for a new build or anything recent, its better to wait for the big boys that are on their way.
Ivy bridge is the same socket as sandy bridge- 1155, get with the program
    
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Yes Panic Prone, i7-2600k is like w/o the $....

Not much to hate about that chip....

vs an i7-950 it's a clear choice which CPU to get IF you are upgrading...

It makes the best HTPC the world has every seen too!! PERFECT HTPC!!!

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But to assume Bulldozer will NOT be able to compete against Sandy Bridge very well may be flawed logic....

Like I said, it's either bring it or fold up shop!!!! AMD has to...

Like "The Rock" says...

"Just Bring It!!!"
Have you ever been inside one of those buildings across town that has the letters "S-C-H-O-O-L" on it? Seriously I question this.
    
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Ivy bridge is the same socket as sandy bridge- 1155, get with the program
I know they are the same socket. I meant "big boys" in terms of performance not size. I don't see the justification on buying a SB right now and replacing it within a year with an IB. Thats too much of a waste of money for me.
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I know they are the same socket. I meant "big boys" in terms of performance not size. I don't see the justification on buying a SB right now and replacing it within a year with an IB. Thats too much of a waste of money for me.
No one will force you to replace anything.

Sandy Bridge CPUs will last for ages as it is.
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No one will force you to replace anything.

Sandy Bridge CPUs will last for ages as it is.
Good point. If I wasn't stuck in Afghanistan for the next 4 months I probably would get a SB now.. And still might depending on how long it takes for IB and BD to come out.
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No one will force you to replace anything.

Sandy Bridge CPUs will last for ages as it is.
With still no solid release date on Bulldozer, I think you're right that it will last for ages.
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