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Half of public ed is still on 478.
my school has 4 computers for 1300 students to share, and they run on Windows 2000.
post #22 of 46
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Originally Posted by Guynumber7 View Post
Seeing all this stuff about Sandy Bridge, i am getting worried that 1366 has no future and i am going to have to spend over 9000 dollars to get a new motherboard next time i want to upgrade my CPU.

Will it be okay?
990x is the flagship enthusiast Intel consumer CPU until Intel releases their "Extreme" edition of Ivy Bridge processors.

Technology advances so quickly it's pointless to worry about upgrades. 4-12 months after you buy the best, there will be better. The way I do it: Buy the best now regardless of cost (budget yourself wisely, of course), and don't worry about upgrades for 4-5 years.
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lol, as sad as it is, this is very true. My schools finally upgraded to new HP computers which are 775, we do have some computers that teachers use that are 478



Very true. It has been out much longer and had tons of support.
im kinda pissed tho, my school has every computer with at least an E8400 E0 and some have i7's, i kinda wanna take out an E8400 and replace it with my E5200
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990x is the flagship enthusiast Intel consumer CPU until Intel releases their "Extreme" edition of Ivy Bridge processors.

Technology advances so quickly it's pointless to worry about upgrades. 4-12 months after you buy the best, there will be better. The way I do it: Buy the best now regardless of cost (budget yourself wisely, of course), and don't worry about upgrades for 4-5 years.
very good idea but i cant stand having the same hardware for too long, i like to do losto little upgrades here and there constantly.
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Is 1366 dead? - yes,it was on the news last night.apparently it was a hit and run
    
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well im talking about more like one year down the line, if any new processors for 1366 will be made.

but if 2011 replaces it...**** you intel lol. i have to get a new mobo every 2 years.
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post #27 of 46
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very good idea but i cant stand having the same hardware for too long, i like to do losto little upgrades here and there constantly.
Well, my route is the lazy route. However, a non-lazy economically smart person could always have the best PC possible if they sold off their current hardware just before the debut of upgrades. (as I'm sure many people here do)
post #28 of 46
like many here say, 1366 is far from dead. Neither is 775. As long as people use them, there are life.

Look at me, I own two socket 775 Quad systems (Look in sig) and they are still very fast for my needs. I could upgrade right now, but I do not see the need.

As long as I have a good 3D Card and SSD's. It's all about balancing our systems.

Instead I always look for very cheap, used quality/overclocking Socket 775 motherboards... I just found a Asus P5Q-E. This will probably take my Q9650 even further. Probably in the 4.3GHz range...
    
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post #29 of 46
775 is closer to dead then 1366 considering how much 775 stuff is still avaliable.

Niether are dead, many games aren't anymore graphically intense or demanding then games that were released 5-6 years ago that ran on those architectures.

The Cake... it is lie..


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Well, my route is the lazy route. However, a non-lazy economically smart person could always have the best PC possible if they sold off their current hardware just before the debut of upgrades. (as I'm sure many people here do)
I could not imagine trying to sell my half finished case mod of a case/ internals in this small town I currently live in lol.. people would be like, but I thought Pentium D was new >_>...
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1366 still has a pulse
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