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Windows 7: Advice on a new Intel build, please

31 Mar 2015   #31
Solarstarshines

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
I'm not real sure how many cards are fast enough to break the PCIe 2.0 'speed limit'. But, supposedly it will give a small increase in speed with PCIe 3.0. How, I have no idea.
I would say about 25% because if my AMD had 3.0 I would be scoring well in the 2300's with that 970 i am barley near breaking 2000 with that set up which is pretty sad


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31 Mar 2015   #32
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

The last thing I was holding off on for a PC build was a Broadwell. Now we have Skylake.
So is Broadwell Notebook focused and SkyLake PC Desktop focused?
It appears to me that if you need to build a desktop in the near future you're stuck with (hot-temp) Haswell. It confuses me at bit.
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31 Mar 2015   #33
ignatzatsonic

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Broadwell is mobile-focused, but may have a couple of so-called desktop versions, sooner or later. At least they will allegedly be socket 1150. I think a few laptops (or notebooks?) are already being sold.

Skylake will be a broader line, 35 watt to 95 watt, mobile and desktop, dual core and quad core, K and non-K, with at least 2 variants of integrated graphics. The roadmap is clouded. It's possible the K models may not be out till 2016, but it's all speculation. I think most and possibly all will use either DDR3 or DDR4. The first Skylakes to be released will allegedly be desktop models. Socket 1151.
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