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I was browing an article on Tom's and i came across something i found to be concrete proof Z68 will be socket 1155. This SS is part of a larger article on the Quick Sync technology in SB and why they think you should wait for Z68 to try and get it.

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z68 is that overclocking for the onborad cpu/gpu chip. im waiting for ivy..
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Not really new. We've known this for a while now.

Z68 is the "hybrid" chipset that will allow the use of the IGP and overclocking at the same time.

P67 = OC only

H67 = IGP use only. No OC, even with K versions, I believe.

Oh, and Ivy Bridge will be LGA 1155, too.
Edited by PanicProne - 2/28/11 at 5:32am
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Who disputed this? It's been pretty transparent since intel announced it.
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Originally Posted by PanicProne View Post
Not really new. We've known this for a while now.

Z68 is the "hybrid" chipset that will allow the use of the IGP and overclocking at the same time.
P67 = OC only
H67 = IGP use only. No OC, even with K versions, I believe.
Don't forget SSD caching. This alone is making me reconsider buying a P67 board in the next couple of weeks once they're available, and waiting until May for Z68.
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Don't forget SSD caching. This alone is making me reconsider buying a P67 board in the next couple of weeks once they're available, and waiting until May for Z68.
What exactly does this do? Never heard of it before.
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What exactly does this do? Never heard of it before.
It basically hides your SSD from the OS and uses it as a cache for a designated hard drive with your most frequently used files. So you get the performance of an SSD (for cached files) but without the hassle of managing what files are used on the smaller amount of space you have available.

For example you could have it assigned to a 2TB drive loaded up with games and your most recently used games will be loaded up onto your 60GB SSD.
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Or just buy a lot of SSDs? They are cheap.
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Or just buy a lot of SSDs? They are cheap.
I'm surprised you're only using Intel drives in that system of yours. They don't even saturate the SATA2 bus let alone SATA3.

Or do you have 2TB of them RAIDed up?



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Who disputed this? It's been pretty transparent since intel announced it.
I have seen dozens on OCN dispute this fact in the past months, nerve racking to say the least that people can't read for themselves, i posted this to shut them up once and for all that Z68 and Ivy Bridge will be socket 1155.
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