Intel Ivy Bridge coming on Monday

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  1. ---TK---

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    sounds like somebody just upgraded to SB and hopes IB is crap. so what if its around 8% or so faster than SB? not a huge loss there
     
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    Dunno, Haswell only a year off and it's supposed to bring some pretty significant performance increases. I think the people that bought Sandybridge got a better buy then people who are buying Ivybridge now. The changes they made simply aren't geared towards this market, their focus was else where.

    I mean if you have money to upgrade every generation, then by all means go ahead. But I think if you're looking for the best bang per buck per time, Sandybridge was better buy.
     
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    I have Z77, 16gb ram and cooler ready. I just hope that there's enough 3770K's next week. It's going to be side step but the speed boost this 2600K @ 4.3 GHz gives to other C2D E8400 system is going to be massive (which is the point of this "upgrade").
     
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    I hope the prices of the 2500k or the 2600k drop because of this. I wanna try and get either so that I can try overclocking :D
     

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    Been waiting for this, going to upgrade soon :)
     
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    THIS! Lets do it bro!
    :eek:c:
     
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    The H67 chipset is also restricted.
     
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    monday is NDA lift so that retails can sell it, or monday shipments start to go to the retails?
    i want a i7 3770 so bad! i waited 4 months for it
     
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    thanks, so it looks like friday when salaries are in my first purchase is an i7 3770!
     

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    for the first time i am waiting for a CPU, still none to be found in the stores in my country, they are really scared of Intel now, but they had the nerve to sell series 7 chipsets 2 weeks before NDA and now they are waiting for intel to oficially announce Ivy Bridge... lame.

    http://www.techspot.com/review/523-ivy-bridge-intel-core-i7-3770k/

    first review!

    -edit it's down now, i think intel owned us and busted the early release rumor, i think we will wait another week! (til 29 april)
     
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    I can wait a little longer. Im really interested in seeing some benches between the Llano and Ivy Bridge iGPU.
     
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    those temperatures are thanks to the raised transistors, and thanks to raising the transistors, those frequencies are also achieved with less voltages than sandy bridge. give intel a break, what did other chip manufacturers achieved over the last decade?

    and btw intel is first to make 22 nm also, so... yeah
     
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    If you look around the internet, most Sandy Bridge chips can be undervolted to Ivy Bridge levels, and are significantly cooler when they do so.

    We'll have to see if the temperature things are just a product of support though
     
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