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My head is aching. I don't know if to get this or Bulldozer.
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Looks epic! But what's the point? Really, software is so behind that buying all this expensive hardware is never fully utilized.

But, I guess we will see.
I have to agree with you. There was a certain game that had hoped would push my hardware to the limit, but instead the game does not make my hardware sweat at all. I think I will hold off on all new computer hardware until the next gen of home consoles are released.
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I have to agree with you. There was a certain game that had hoped would push my hardware to the limit, but instead the game does not make my hardware sweat at all. I think I will hold off on all new computer hardware until the next gen of home consoles are released.
It's sad, most games are console ports, and therefore don't take advantage of high end pc hardware as much as they potentially could. And it is pretty pathetic imo if someone buys $1000 worth of gpu's to be able to play crysis/metro. I'm guessing my setup will last another 3-5 years before I need to upgrade, unless something magical happens in the software industry.

Just one man's opinion.

But this rule is really only for pure gamers. If you can make use of the expensive hardware, by all means go for it! But if your a gamer, you don't need the absolute fastest hardware anymore just to game.
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X79 will retire my 980X!

X68,Bulldozer,X79---- Hell Yeah!!!!
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Ill take ur 980x off ya
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post #56 of 103
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four-core and six-core Sandy Bridge-E $400-800?
8 core Sandy Bridge-EX $1000
10 core Ivy Bridge-EX? $1000
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Comon Q4 im ready
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So Ivy Bridge will have PCIe 3.0 support, but X79 will have PCIe 2.0 on the boards, quad channel memory, and x16/x16 slots?

I don't really understand the benefits of quad channel since some people stated that triple channel on X58 didn't boost performance. I think PCIe 3.0 will only work if they get boards out that have PCie 3.0 slots. What good is the CPU supporting it if you have to swap boards for a future chipset? There will probably be faster processors and new sockets (knowing Intel), by the time the PCIe 3.0 slots show up on mobos.
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post #59 of 103
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20-30% faster than Sandy Bridge, on a new socket, in essence
Keep in mind this is at stock speeds and Ivy will have higher stock speeds, clock for clock it'll be lucky to be more than 10%.

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Originally Posted by Genjimaru View Post
Hmm that quote says PCI-E 2.0 Hub, I thought it was going to have PCI-E 3.0.
That's Ivy Bridge? Sandy Bridge-EN (What this will be at first) is still 32nm and PCIe 2.0, this is just the 1155 CPUs with quad channel RAM and more cores as far as I know.

There might be an 8 or 10 core SB but chances are only for servers and will cost a lot, maybe with an EE chip.

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This is probably representative of what the hardware industry thinks about enthusiasts.

"What new tech thingy? Must have. Not care if its betterer, just want."
*Posts a picture of a cat with the paws stretched out*
This, because apparently higher numbers (Except in nm) is better always.

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Why would you not want PCI-e 3.0?
It's not why wouldn't we want it, it's why would you not purchase something simply because it doesn't have it but will probably be upgraded to it in the near future and that would provide little-to-no performance increase until well and truly after that upgrade anyway? Yeah, it'd be useful for some RAID cards, USB3 cards, etc but...How many people use them?
    
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This is getting ridiculous because its like every other day we hear about something new... I say we all just say screw it, I am not buying until our hardware can be pushed to the limit. The reason they are releasing new hardware very 3 months now is bc people are buying it, supply and demand people supply and demand.
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