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Moshing
12-31-10, 12:00 PM
Well, for those who don't believe in waiting, P67 motherboards can be ordered now. Superbiz has the Asus P8P67 for $152.99, an excellent deal in anybodies book. They also have the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3P for $156.99. And if you really want to blow a gasket on a major foundation for crazy overclocking and multi-GPU madness, they have the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD7 for $319. (links not provided, just google P67 motherboards and hit the "shopping" tag and bunches pop up, take your pick.)

So far, only Asus and Gigabyte making an appearance, but several online shops are all showing shipping now including Superbiz, Allstarshop, CPU Solutions, NextdayPC, and a few others. CPUs to fit these motherboards still are not available, but getting your platform ready for their launch is now a full on "Go". Get yer funky Sandy Bridge on!

Just for reference, I didn't include links to respect Nvnews observance of any NDA's they may be under or required to enforce. Google will take you right to the item's referenced, but I won't be accused of being a spam-bot. Find yer own links, I'm just sounding off that they're out there now.

ragejg
01-03-11, 09:13 AM
Unfortunately we are not reviewing Sandy Bridge, so speak/link at will. :) I'm aggregating some review links for the front page right now.

Moshing
01-03-11, 11:26 AM
Unfortunately we are not reviewing Sandy Bridge, so speak/link at will. :) I'm aggregating some review links for the front page right now.

Why thank you, ragejg! Here's the original, unedited post from Rage3D's newspage I posted over there (links included):

Well, for those who don't believe in waiting, P67 motherboards can be ordered now. Superbiz has the Asus P8P67 (http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?p=MB-P8P67&c=fr&pid=02628a1e161ebfa709db1efc24a6a977837709e1ba9388 8e5f608c05beacf0d3) for $152.99, an excellent deal in anybodies book. They also have the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3P (http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?p=MB-P67UD3P&c=fr&pid=02628a1e161ebfa709db1efc24a6a977837709e1ba9388 8e5f608c05beacf0d3) for $156.99 (I might be ordering this one myself!). And if you really want to blow a gasket on a major foundation for crazy overclocking and multi-GPU madness, they have the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD7 (http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?p=MB-P67UD7&c=fr&pid=02628a1e161ebfa709db1efc24a6a977837709e1ba9388 8e5f608c05beacf0d3) for $319.

CPUs to fit these motherboards still are not available, but getting your platform ready for their launch is now a full on "Go". Get yer funky Sandy Bridge on!

stncttr908
01-03-11, 01:05 PM
This is making it really, really hard to wait a few more months before upgrading!

Moshing
01-03-11, 01:13 PM
This is making it really, really hard to wait a few more months before upgrading!

Looking at the specs in your sig, it's definately time to upgrade. 965 chipset? Goodness, it's certainly time for sure.

K007
01-04-11, 02:50 AM
i saw the guru3d review..it demolished the amd x6 cpu...but unfortunatly it had no i7 numbers...so not sure how well i7950/965/etc fair against the new i7 2600/etc

Moshing
01-04-11, 03:40 AM
i saw the guru3d review..it demolished the amd x6 cpu...but unfortunatly it had no i7 numbers...so not sure how well i7950/965/etc fair against the new i7 2600/etc

2600K also shows consistent gains in most areas over equally clocked Nehalems, anywhere from 5%-30%. And when SB's AVX instruction set is used for encoding/transcoding, the difference becomes night and day over contemporary i7's.

brady
01-04-11, 06:38 AM
2600K also shows consistent gains in most areas over equally clocked Nehalems, anywhere from 5%-30%. And when SB's AVX instruction set is used for encoding/transcoding, the difference becomes night and day over contemporary i7's.

The crappy thing is that I'll probably never use Quick Sync, since Intel disables Quick Sync if a discrete card is present. :thumbdwn:

stncttr908
01-04-11, 07:35 AM
Looking at the specs in your sig, it's definately time to upgrade. 965 chipset? Goodness, it's certainly time for sure.
Yep, gonna order the end of this week or next. =)

Maverick123w
01-04-11, 09:38 AM
i saw the guru3d review..it demolished the amd x6 cpu...but unfortunatly it had no i7 numbers...so not sure how well i7950/965/etc fair against the new i7 2600/etc

I know... it's making it incredibly difficult to sit here and wait for Bulldozer now. 4.8Ghz on air cooling makes me happy in the pants.

Johnny C
01-04-11, 10:53 AM
I know... it's making it incredibly difficult to sit here and wait for Bulldozer now. 4.8Ghz on air cooling makes me happy in the pants.

^this

Dazz
01-05-11, 04:44 PM
Saw the Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD7 for 270 ($420) on overclockers.co.uk