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Windows 7: Haswell may not be a big deal as first thought

10 Aug 2013   #41
kbrady1979

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Socket 2011, sometime next month.


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10 Aug 2013   #42
TVeblen

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Yeah!
Have you read anything about chipsets? As in X79 upgradable, or will it require a whole new MB?
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10 Aug 2013   #43
Solarstarshines

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The thing I'm holding my breath about is that when I built my current rig I was reading that Ivy Bridge-E was going to come out on Socket 2011. Figured it was a good upgrade path, since I wasn't going to wait. But that was only speculation at the time.
Anyone heard what platform it will actually be on?

Could of sworn I just saw leaked info on that and it's supposed to be 2011 platform
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10 Aug 2013   #44
kbrady1979

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I'm sure it will work in the original Socket 2011 motherboards, but there will also be a new line of them with what few native Ivy Bridge features there are to implement.
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10 Aug 2013   #45
kbrady1979

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It has always been slated for socket 2011. Just like you could run an Ivy Bridge CPU in a Sandy Bridge socket 1155 motherboard, you will be able to run an IB-E CPU in a SB-E socket 2011 mobo.
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10 Aug 2013   #46
TVeblen

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Yes, like native USB3. That has been my concern.
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10 Aug 2013   #47
Solarstarshines

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So I was deep into reading Big Tabs Post on the Haswell and coming down to a post that someone feels they figured out which chips will run better then others

Personally I agree with Kelly Luck of the draw lot numbers is a BS way to try and get a decent chip to me all chips have potential just some built better then others


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10 Aug 2013   #48
kbrady1979

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It was easier to get a good chip with Sandy Bridge than Ivy Bridge, and easier to get a good chip with Ivy Bridge than Haswell. Just from getting the manufacturing process down over time, the new batches of IB are suppose to be really good OC's.
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10 Aug 2013   #49
Solarstarshines

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
It was easier to get a good chip with Sandy Bridge than Ivy Bridge, and easier to get a good chip with Ivy Bridge than Haswell. Just from getting the manufacturing process down over time, the new batches of IB are suppose to be really good OC's.

That's what i'm talking about brother it's fixed and ready to rock all I need is to get my crap together get the money and im ready to jump into some Intel

Sad thing is could have done this months ago but really was trying to give AMD a chance to get better I don't see that in the future at all anymore let down for sure but they still run great
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10 Aug 2013   #50
linnemeyerhere

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
It was easier to get a good chip with Sandy Bridge than Ivy Bridge, and easier to get a good chip with Ivy Bridge than Haswell. Just from getting the manufacturing process down over time, the new batches of IB are suppose to be really good OC's.

That's what i'm talking about brother it's fixed and ready to rock all I need is to get my crap together get the money and im ready to jump into some Intel

Sad thing is could have done this months ago but really was trying to give AMD a chance to get better I don't see that in the future at all anymore let down for sure but they still run great
"Say it's not true" Tommy what is this world coming to?
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