Intel 2010/2011 Roadmap

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  1. rflair

    rflair Don Commisso Staff Member

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  2. ezodagrom

    ezodagrom Master Guru

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    So, the best CPU Intel will have during next year is...still Gulftown based? ._.
    Based on that powerpoint, apparently the best Sandy Bridge (LGA1155) will be somewhere around the Core i7 965~975 level of performance. It's not bad, but at the same time that looks...kinda disappointing.
     
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    There was some interesting info buried i that...it seems to suggets the sandy brige i7 line-up will only be dual channel....unless they meant 4x1gig ( 4 channel ) memory. the 4gig part seemed strange...1gb sticks seem a bit outdated...
     
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    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    It seems like there will be LGA1366 i7 for a long long time.
     

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    i want to see real Sandybridge not this mainstream crapola.. and there was no info about 8core, just this 4 core (8 thread) cpu..

    hm i wonder why,. they know it will destroy this lga1155 and 1366, but still a bit strange that they've decided to milk this lga1366 socket some more.. guess they saw it caused a little fiasco when p55 and x58 where released at the same time, and that p55 chipset wasn't/isn't so popular.
     
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    ezodagrom Master Guru

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    Wrong, X58 was released in November 2008 and P55 was released in September 2009, nearly 1 year of difference.

    It's only dual-channel, since this is only the LGA1156 replacement (up to Core i7 800 series), not the LGA1366 replacement (Core i7 900 series).
     
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    Uh, according to Intel themselves S1366 make up 1% of their sales. S775 run in circles around S1366 when it comes to sales even.

    S2011 may be the ultra-high end when it arrives but make no mistake, S1155 is where the money is going to be at.

    Were I to buy a new system today Id' definitely get a S1156 over S1366, the price/performance is leagues better.
     
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    ezodagrom Master Guru

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    A LGA1156 would be a waste now, in my opinion, since the LGA1155 (Sandy Bridge) will be released later this year, or early next year (I'm guessing it'll be released in 2~6 months).
    And there's also AMD, I wonder how Bulldozer will perform...
     
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    Thus the 'were I to buy a new system today' bit.
     
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    So, still no USB 3.0 support, still no Lightpeak. Dragging your heels much, Intel? At least they plan on rolling out PCIe 3.0.... not that we need it yet.
    :bang:

    WTF, Intel? Why are you forcing your board partners to buy third-party USB 3.0 PHYs if they want to give the consumer USB 3.0 support when you could be rolling it into your own chipsets? :cussing: Dam you Intel!
     

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    Kohlendioxidus Maha Guru

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    yeah, BUT they have to buy the licence, which cost money, for it and in comparison with AMD, Intel si too proud and not used to:wanker:
     
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    Another strange thing is that intel doesn't seem to rep a single word in that presentation about sandy bridges new advanced vector extensions instructions.
     

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