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wow ok I am a retard, which is why I joined here lol! I thought that 1156 and 1155 were close to each other with 1366 being the newest. I guess I just assumed the numbers meant something which I guess they do 2 a certain degree, just not the way I was thinking.
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Originally Posted by SpeedNuggeT View Post
1155 is mainstream, 1336 is the current flagship.

But 1336 is starting so show it's age and only the 980X/990X are flagship, the 2600K benchmarks higher than the 950.
Ok yep you lost me on all of that, still in the learning process here and not that far along yet lol!
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Socket 478 is still the best

Strictly chronological:

earliersockets>478/423>775>1366>1156(meant to coexist with 1336)>1155>2011(rumored)
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post #14 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by jkrine View Post
Ok yep you lost me on all of that, still in the learning process here and not that far along yet lol!


980x = 1366



i5 2500k = 1155
post #15 of 35
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Originally Posted by Hickeydog View Post
That's correct. 1155 is the latest and greatest (with 2011 coming out soon). 1366 and 1156 are on their way out, and 775 is pretty much dead.
775 isn't dead, 1366 and 1156 have more mobos on the market, and have a higher count of people with those chips.

1155 has no hex's and that's before we reach the server chip market.

775 has a following, gen1 i-series have the largest following, due to a market stronghold. people aren't going to give up their i5/i7 that easily.

think before you speak.
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I guess I just assumed the numbers meant something which I guess they do 2 a certain degree, just not the way I was thinking.
Yeah, the numbers aren't in order. It actually refers to the number of pins on the processor.
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post #17 of 35
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1366 came first

then 1156

then 1155


What is your budget for the cpu/ram/mobo?

1156/1366 came out really close to each other
Really don't have a budget per say, of course the less the better as with everyone probably. I have played with my cheap computers the last couple months and found it to be a lot of fun. Problem is that my stuff is so old its a little tuff to find stuff for them and what I can do to them is pretty limited. As I said before I am just going piece by piece trying to keep in mind upgrade. I just got a new psu that should work fine in a new build so 1 thing down several to go lol!
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post #18 of 35
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...775 is pretty much dead.
not for me i got my processor the week it came out and its still running strong pushing 6 years old
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post #19 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by jkrine View Post
Really don't have a budget per say, of course the less the better as with everyone probably. I have played with my cheap computers the last couple months and found it to be a lot of fun. Problem is that my stuff is so old its a little tuff to find stuff for them and what I can do to them is pretty limited. As I said before I am just going piece by piece trying to keep in mind upgrade. I just got a new psu that should work fine in a new build so 1 thing down several to go lol!


Where do you live? Microcenter near by?
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To be honest I think that a decent 1156 motherboard, an i3, and 4GB ddr3 will be such an upgrade that you wont need anything more. By the time you do, 1155/other chips, and DDR3 will be as cheap as 775/DDR2 was in 2008/9
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