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Ivy bridges? Err.. someone call Batman!
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nothing wrong with a 2600k, you can just swap processors anyway and the 2.6K will still have a good resale value.
After much much thinking, Im saying screw it! Going 2500k because I dont need the 2600k for gaming saving me 100 bucks and that be enough for future games. Seeing only good game that LOOKS like it will push my new rig anything close to its limits will be BF3. Crysis 2 was not a very good first impression so far.

Got the money now and Im ordering them when I finish my work so and I can sit and wait for them to arrive!
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Here's another link for this story:
http://wccftech.com/2011/04/10/intel...ee-ivy-bridge/

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One interesting thing is that Intel has only listed the 6 cores and 12 thread variant of the Sandy Bridge – E CPU’s while four to eight cores variants also exist however Intel maybe targeting those CPU’s toward the server segment and would release them for desktop usage when required.
This kinda sucks, I was holding out to upgrade to an 8 core IB, but there's no way I'm going to wait 'till 2h of 2012. I may just pick up a 2600K sooner than later, or..

We'll see what BD brings to the table, as that could also give be my next upgrade.

Interestingly enough, there's a 980 being released as well. ( not to be confused with a 980x ) Which will be the successor to the 970.
Edited by 2010rig - 4/10/11 at 9:22pm
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I think the biggest question a lot of folks have is: will there be an 8 core 1155 processor?

Should be easy to figure out with the IB die shrink and the size of the socket + room for the silly GPU, you would have to say no there will not be a octocore 1155 CPU.

To me thhe 1155 is a short term life platform, because of the silly gpu holding it back. We saw what happened when folks were saying we will never need more than 2 cores. We will at some point need more than 4 cores, and 1155 won't deliver. Smart money is to invest in the SB-E, instead of IB and thats if the price is reasonable after BD and IB.
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Here's another link for this story:
http://wccftech.com/2011/04/10/intel...ee-ivy-bridge/



This kinda sucks, I was holding out to upgrade to an 8 core IB, but there's no way I'm going to wait 'till 2h of 2012. I may just pick up a 2600K sooner than later, or..

We'll see what BD brings to the table, as that could also give be my next upgrade.

Interestingly enough, there's a 980 being released as well. ( not to be confused with a 980x ) Which will be the successor to the 970.
You can always pick up 2011 socket and a low end 4 core CPU for it, when ivy comes with 8 core, just buy a new cpu and sell old one.

2011 socket with X79 will support 22 nm, so whats the problem?
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Well I can say that I am now content with waiting for the LGA 2011 Sandy Bridge.
I do hope it comes in 8 cores so that I can be future proof for another 10 years.
Heard a rumor that they are looking at going 128bit now too not 64bit.
Are any of these new 2011 128bit/64 bit instead of 64bit/32bit?
    
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I do hope it comes in 8 cores so that I can be future proof for another 10 years.
You confused SB-EX with Bulldozer, it doesn't come with 8 cores (this year, for desktops).

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Heard a rumor that they are looking at going 128bit now too not 64bit.
Are any of these new 2011 128bit/64 bit instead of 64bit/32bit?
BS rumour unfortunately, I doubt you will see 128bit desktop processors this decade.
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You confused SB-EX with Bulldozer, it doesn't come with 8 cores (this year, for desktops).
No one really knows if SB-EX will be 8 cores or not yet.
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 4/14/11 at 9:32am
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My money goes for 8core extreme edition and 6 and 4 core variants for the lower price ranges.
 
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Ivy bridges? Err.. someone call Batman!
I see what you did there!

    
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