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You mean just like the 1156 was supposed to work with sandy bridge? I really think you guys have your head up your asses if you really think that is the case. Plus why would they create a board with 2 slots less of ram when 1366 had 6. It really makes no sense...
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Fud. But yes, IB's to be 1155 too.
you said it. My assumption though is the motherboards right now are not being designed right now to support the bios update that will support IB.
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Personally I think it's wrong to keep revising motherboards for new CPUs, it just makes the consumers have to buy an entire new system in order to use the stOOpid CPU, which in turn would often mean less sales considering these boards aren't cheap these days..

Let's hope 1155 & AM3+ is going to be around for a long time, this time around...
The CPU socket change doesn't even matter. If your old chipset can't use the new features of your CPU what's the point in wasting your time buying a new CPU without a proper motherboard?
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your being a noob.

they will make something like an i7 920 for IB.
and a i7 860 for SB.


just like they did with the old i7's
Of course. The only thing that will change is that IB will be 22nm and cheaper. There won't be any 6- 8-core IB CPUs AFAIK as that would cannibalize the enthusiast platform.

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Any speculation on how the IB 1155 will compare to the 2011 core for core? Or if there will ever be a 6 core for the 1155?
I think 6-cores+ are reserved for high-end chassis based on what Intel is saying to us. The architecture will be the same regardless of it being mainstream or enthusiast parts but they will likely make improvements in cache hierarchy and SMT like they did with Westmere which was why it was faster than Nehalem per clock.

IB is supposed to bring quad-cores to the entry-level so this move may open up the possibility of a high-end 6-core @ the i7 2600k price point and have 6, 8, and 12 cores for LGA2011/1356.
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Of course. The only thing that will change is that IB will be 22nm and cheaper. There won't be any 6- 8-core IB CPUs AFAIK as that would cannibalize the enthusiast platform.



I think 6-cores+ are reserved for high-end chassis based on what Intel is saying to us. The architecture will be the same regardless of it being mainstream or enthusiast parts but they will likely make improvements in cache hierarchy and SMT like they did with Westmere which was why it was faster than Nehalem per clock.

IB is supposed to bring quad-cores to the entry-level so this move may open up the possibility of a high-end 6-core @ the i7 2600k price point and have 6, 8, and 12 cores for LGA2011/1356.
This is, Pretty much, what Ive been thinking myself
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I think some people are confusing these chips with the ones that will replace 1366.
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You mean just like the 1156 was supposed to work with sandy bridge? I really think you guys have your head up your asses if you really think that is the case. Plus why would they create a board with 2 slots less of ram when 1366 had 6. It really makes no sense...
Do you have a source that says 1156 was supposed to be compatible with SB?

And the reason 1155 has less RAM slots is because it is a mainstream platform and that there is no difference between dual- channel and triple- channel RAM.

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Personally I think it's wrong to keep revising motherboards for new CPUs, it just makes the consumers have to buy an entire new system in order to use the stOOpid CPU, which in turn would often mean less sales considering these boards aren't cheap these days..

Let's hope 1155 & AM3+ is going to be around for a long time, this time around...
What you are witnessing with sockets is called convergence. We are seeing it with APUs, we've seen it with sound cards, and we've seen it with pixel and vertex shaders inside of GPUs(unified shader architecture); it is nothing new.

Intel has moved features onto their CPU die that would normally be found in the north- and south- bridges of the motherboard.

As things become more consolidated, the cheaper and less complex the motherboard will become to produce. Not only that, but performance has increased as the latency between interconnects have diminished also.

If you want the new stuff then you must accept the new features. After playing catch-up with Intel for the last five years in terms of adaptation, AMD is finally requiring a socket change for Bulldozer so that we may take advantage of the new features.
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Do you have a source that says 1156 was supposed to be compatible with SB?

And the reason 1155 has less RAM slots is because it is a mainstream platform and that there is no difference between dual- channel and triple- channel RAM.



What you are witnessing with sockets is called convergence. We are seeing it with APUs, we've seen it with sound cards, and we've seen it with pixel and vertex shaders inside of GPUs(unified shader architecture); it is nothing new.

Intel has moved features onto their CPU die that would normally be found in the north- and south- bridges of the motherboard.

As things become more consolidated, the cheaper and less complex the motherboard will become to produce. Not only that, but performance has increased as the latency between interconnects have diminished also.

If you want the new stuff then you must accept the new features. After playing catch-up with Intel for the last five years in terms of adaptation, AMD is finally requiring a socket change for Bulldozer so that we may take advantage of the new features.
http://www.overclock.net/hardware-ne...-igp-cpus.html

rumors are rumors. Until it gets closer to release I'm still saying that Ivy will not work on 1155.
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Ur alll dumb.

IB is a 22nm die shrink. Therefore IB will encompass all 22 nm chips for desktop environments
    
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This is all just a bunch of FUD!
It's TURBO TIME!
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