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LGA2011 will be intel extreme only.
Which means $1000+ CPUs... only.
The only affordable platform will remain LGA1155 folks, sadly that's how it is
They start off with EX chips. I think the price range will expand from ~500 - 100 bucks for the chips later on. It could be a while before we see ~300 chips for 2011, if at all.

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1356 will be the direct 1366 replacement, its no 2011 but its still an improvement over 1155.
I am hoping so too, but have not heard anything about 1356 since that chart had leaked. So it may not be released at all.
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These are still 32nm Sandy Bridge chips.

Ivy Bridge (the 22nm die shrink) will come to LGA 1155 first.
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I am hoping so too, but have not heard anything about 1356 since that chart had leaked. So it may not be released at all.
This what I believe as well. However you never know with intel, but a three different sockets... That's a recipe for disaster.

Me I'll probably wait till the Ivy-bridge socket 2011 in 2012 =P Or depending how much money I have or how much I can restrain myself from upgrading =P
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This what I believe as well. However you never know with intel, but a three different sockets... That's a recipe for disaster.

Me I'll probably wait till the Ivy-bridge socket 2011 in 2012 =P Or depending how much money I have or how much I can restrain myself from upgrading =P
There's already an Ivy Bridge socket on the market. It's called LGA 1155.
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LGA2011 will be intel extreme only.
Which means $1000+ CPUs... only.
The only affordable platform will remain LGA1155 folks, sadly that's how it is
LGA2011 is rumored to be the high-end server replacement. 1356 is rumored to be the entry-level server and enthusiast platform with 6-12 core processors.

That article about Intel's E-platform being exclusive to extreme($1000 chips) simply said that they would launch FIRST, not definitively.
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This what I believe as well. However you never know with intel, but a three different sockets... That's a recipe for disaster.

Me I'll probably wait till the Ivy-bridge socket 2011 in 2012 =P Or depending how much money I have or how much I can restrain myself from upgrading =P
Yeah we will have to wait and see. The board itself makes sense in that it is smack dab in the middle of 2011 and 1155 but it will be hard to market CPU's for them because they would need to be in the ~200 - 500 bucks range which is probably still considered high end. Intel could just as well say that we could just use a 2011 board if they can afford a CPU in that range.

Anyway, I will keep some optimism that it will be released, but will have to wait and see I guess.
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Is 40 lanes even all that good? I mean if you have 16x 16x 16x, that's already 48 lanes. Unless I'm completely wrong in my understanding.
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Is 40 lanes even all that good? I mean if you have 16x 16x 16x, that's already 48 lanes. Unless I'm completely wrong in my understanding.
It's PCI Express 3, x8 is twice as fast as PCI express 2 x16. In other words you have enough bandwidth for 10 pci express 2 x16s
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So in other words 1355 will be good for 3 way full speed SLI (assuming new cards will be PCI-E-3 x8) (also without using any addon chips like the nf200), however the 2011 could handle 5 way! Now that would be a realy big motherboard!
     
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