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post #11 of 24
1156 is more than powerfull enough for an everyday user. Theres no doubt Sandybridge chips are awesome being able to git 5GHz but weigh that up with the cost difference. Also 4GHz is plenty fast lol.
    
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And again, current 1155 Sandy Bridge motherboards will be able to make use of next-gen Ivy Bridge processors once released. It's been a while since you could buy a new generation of Intel processor and slap it in a previous gen board.
Oh! Well then, an 1155 motherboard has a long life span!
I've just recently sold my P4 S478 (not much but still enough to cover for a new memory module/psu/atx casing expenses), it's been 7 years so i think, this year would be a good year for a new build.
post #13 of 24
I think what we are trying to get at is that 1156 has no future upgrade path. what you buy now is almost what you will be stuck with. Intel is not coming out with new 1156 processors. However the Sandy Bridge 1155 chipset will have new processors coming out (Ivy Bridge)
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if the 1155 is faster than the 1156 then how come its a point lower than it?
    
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if the 1155 is faster than the 1156 then how come its a point lower than it?
Are you serious?
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if the 1155 is faster than the 1156 then how come its a point lower than it?
1156 is still an awsome platform, you could always throw the Gulftown in that baby, but...^^^new sig quote anyone?
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SB beats the pants out of my 1366 even with the 2500k,its so much quicker hands down.If you agree honk your horn,haha
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Beats the pants in what ? benchmarks ? in the real world 1156 lynfield cpu's are still more than fast enough for todays games , software .. if anything software is far behind hardware and having a super mega fast 5ghz SB only benifits you in benchmarks n thats about it.

In games etc it makes no difference what so ever .

Im leaving SB out this time and saving my money for ivy bridge 22nm cpu's , Sb wouldnt be an upgrade for me .
    
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Beats the pants in what ? benchmarks ? in the real world 1156 lynfield cpu's are still more than fast enough for todays games , software .. if anything software is far behind hardware and having a super mega fast 5ghz SB only benifits you in benchmarks n thats about it.

In games etc it makes no difference what so ever .

Im leaving SB out this time and saving my money for ivy bridge 22nm cpu's , Sb wouldnt be an upgrade for me .
by that premiss xristo my q9550 is still fast enough too mate but the truth is both yours and mine setups are left for dead by sandybridge systems in any aplication that is cpu intensive.

im not just talking about synthentic benchmarks here but real world software that many, many people use. f@h and all the other distributed software being the big one that springs to mind but also in encoding and rendering software.

sandybridge would be an upgrade for you but wether its worth its cost vs the performance gain is a different matter, but to say sb isnt but ivy will be is funny.
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by that premiss xristo my q9550 is still fast enough too mate but the truth is both yours and mine setups are left for dead by sandybridge systems in any aplication that is cpu intensive.

im not just talking about synthentic benchmarks here but real world software that many, many people use. f@h and all the other distributed software being the big one that springs to mind but also in encoding and rendering software.

sandybridge would be an upgrade for you but wether its worth its cost vs the performance gain is a different matter, but to say sb isnt but ivy will be is funny.
Well ivy is going to be 22nm , totally different architecture .. the price / performace increase is not very good thats why im staying with this sytem until ivy comes out .

F@h i dont even use , so thats pointless to me .. what else can it do that my 870 cant do ? this pc was built for gaming , i cant see an SB chip increasing performance of any games .. when my lynfield at 4.3Ghz can eat games for lunch .. im better off getting a better gfx card in my case but yes anyone doing cpu intensive work obviously SB will pull in front ... Bcos of the overclockability , 5ghz ? no other cpu has a chance but what about clock for clock ?
    
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