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    Yes, it will.-
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    No, I don't think so...
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post #111 of 616
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89;12383772 
Can't compare 8 physical cores to 4 hyperthreaded cores.

Wait for Ivy 8 cores to make this comparison.

And price range????
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post #112 of 616
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Originally Posted by DarkShooter View Post
And price range????
Up in the air. I would think if bulldozer can compete at the highest range with their 8 core cpus either both sides will be somewhat reasonable prices or we will have it like the FX EE days and both sides be $1,000 dollars for their highest end.
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post #113 of 616
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Originally Posted by PanicProne View Post
Once again, for those who still didn't get it:

Ivy Bridge is NOT socket LGA 2011!

LGA 2011 is rumoured to be the new socket for the EXTREME Versions of Sandy Bridge (Still 32nm CPUs)

Ivy Bridge is simply a die shrink of the Sandy Bridge architecture, and these CPUs will be available on both LGA 1155 and LGA 2011.


Thank you.
well if that is true , ill see a lot of people going to the other side , since AMD is more future proof and cheaper, i mean who wants to buy another board after you bought one two months ago, the economy is not so good ,

thats why AMD is going to rock , they are thinking about the economy , intel is like those fuel companies that dont think green, just think about it


AMD is the under dog , and the underdog always wins
post #114 of 616
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well if that is true , ill see a lot of people going to the other side , since AMD is more future proof and cheaper, i mean who wants to buy another board after you bought one two months ago, the economy is not so good ,

thats why AMD is going to rock , they are thinking about the economy , intel is like those fuel companies that dont think green, just think about it


AMD is the under dog , and the underdog always wins
Did you even read?

If you have a 32nm Sandy Bridge CPU, and later want to upgrade to a 22nm Ivy Bridge, YOU DONT NEED A NEW MOTHERBOARD.
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post #115 of 616
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Originally Posted by PanicProne View Post
Did you even read?

If you have a 32nm Sandy Bridge CPU, and later want to upgrade to a 22nm Ivy Bridge, YOU DONT NEED A NEW MOTHERBOARD.
yes you dont need a new one , but the LGA 1155 will not let the full potential of the new ivy bridge cpus
post #116 of 616
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yes you dont need a new one , but the LGA 1155 will not let the full potential of the new ivy bridge cpus
What potential?

It is NOT a new architecture!

They are Sandy Bridge CPUs, just made smaller.
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post #117 of 616
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What potential?

It is NOT a new architecture!

They are Sandy Bridge CPUs, just made smaller.
Well I think he's referring to the fact that you will not have an LGA 2011 board, and so will only be able to use Mainstream Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs, and not the Extreme or Enthusiast ones.

But it is definitely true that the 1155 is definitely still active, with many many new processors to be released on it in years to come.

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Originally Posted by Ghostcracker View Post
AMD is the underdog , and the underdog always wins.
So you haven't heard of monopolies, or why we have antitrust laws? If the underdog remains too far behind, it will be bankrupt or at least abandon the business to become profitable.

Also Intel currently offers better deals on both mainstream and high end markets... I don't know why AMD fans think that AMD has the performance crown? Maybe in the low-end, but not even in the mainstream market.

If Bulldozer does not deliver, AMD will be in serious trouble.
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post #118 of 616
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Well I think he's referring to the fact that you will not have access to the LGA 2011 boards, and so will only be able to use Mainstream Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs, and not the Extreme or Enthusiast ones.
Obviously. But each is segment is a segment.

They aren't limited towards each other, they just server different purposes.

I think we might end up seeing a 6 core Ivy on LGA 1155 and an 8 core on LGA 2011.

A 6 core on LGA 1155 would be epic, but I'll be happy even with a quad/8threads @ 22nm (Imagine the OC potential).
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Do we even have any release dates on this BD yet ?

im sitting here with the rig in my sig and thinking, right now... there is no where to go

Intel SB is waiting for RMA's and new chips to hit market,
AMD Phenoms keep going up 100Mhz... 1090T 1100T... Etc Etc..

Somebody sort it out, i have been scouring the web every day for news on these processors, and ZIP , its almost like tumble weed out there... guesssing alot of people have seen it and its NDA...

i had a E6600 Intel now a AMD 965... am i a fan boy, yeah i guess i am now, i really like the fact that im supporting the underdog.... do i think they give good value for product - YES....

Do i think intel have made better processors for the past few gens - Yes.

Im a tight ass..

Im sitting at 4GHZ... i would like to see something like 5GHz before i jump (as an OC)

im gona shut up now.
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Noone knows. Far too little information has been put out.
This.
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