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Ugh, I'm so confused. Z68, X68, LGA 1155 Ivy Bridge, LGA 2011 Ivy Bridge. What's the different between them and which is poised to replace "LGA 1366/X58"?
1366 is the Bloomfield i7 9xx socket.
X58 is the i7 9xx chipset.

1155 is the Sandy Bridge socket.
Z68 is the successor to P67(CPU OCing)/H67(iGPU OCing. It combines the best of both chipsets and is what should of been released the first time around.

X68 will replace Bloomfield's "enthusiast" category with 6 core non-extreme processors using the LGA2011 socket.

Ivy-Bridge is the 2012 die-shrink of Sandy Bridge offering more cores and better cooling with its smaller die.
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 3/29/11 at 6:56pm
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SATA 3, usb 3, pci 3, mass effect 3, battlefield 3

Time to throw away my stuff.
no doubt, ill be upgrading lol

bf3 drool
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Resistance 3, Uncharted 3, Rockband 3

Hah, good times. Thought pci-e 2.0 couldnt be saturated yet though?
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Well looks like I'm waiting for Ivy Bridge to upgrade/switch platforms then.
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Even if I saved my money now and never bought my new Sandy Bridge build I could never afford ivy by the time it came out
    
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How much will ivy bridge cost??
do u think it will just be the same like when 1366 came out?>?
im wondering how gfx cards will change
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How much will ivy bridge cost??
do u think it will just be the same like when 1366 came out?>?
im wondering how gfx cards will change
Hopefully! The i7-920's were affordable from the start if I remember right. Of course you had to buy a new MB right off the bat though so it's hard to say.

I'm thinking PCI E-3 will have to come with their own power supply, maybe nuclear.
post #28 of 81
Guess what this means guys
No P67/Z68 support for Ivy Bridge. Just as I thought.
It's not much different from LGA775 though, i.e. you needed new chipsets to run Core 2 Duo

Oh yeah, LGA2011 will be (at first) completely unaffordable, being exclusively Intel Extreme Edition. We can rule LGA2011 completely out of the mainstream market.
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Thought you said somewhere in another thread, where you indicated you wanted a Bulldozer?

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Well looks like I'm waiting for Ivy Bridge to upgrade/switch platforms then.
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why no P67/Z68 support for ivybridge?
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