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nekrosoft13 05-21-12 05:18 PM

1155 or 2011?
 
Thinking about upgrading my i920 and i want something with sata3 and usb3.0.

Cant decide should i go for 2011.

Logical 05-21-12 05:36 PM

Re: 1151 or 2011?
 
You mean 1155 or 2011 right ?

Go with X79 and 3930k, for the bigger performance increase from your current hardware.

i SPY 05-21-12 06:43 PM

Re: 1151 or 2011?
 
lol was about to say the same about 1155 :lol:


I would go with LGA2011 i7 3820 and then upgrade to 8core IB-E


I7 3820 can OC to 4.7ghz and still be "wattage friendly" ~ 1.35v, while SB-e 6core eats watts like crazy, ok not FX8150 crazy but almost the same when OC'ed 4.8ghz+
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115229

mobo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131804
or a bit $$
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128531


or maybe ask them for this newer intel G28808-602 (DX79SI) if its already available
Quote:

-In January this year, Intel announced that deliveries of chipset Intel X79 C1 stepping to consumers will begin in 13 April. With this chipset revision for LGA 2011 processors users hopes on the emergence of official support for additional ports SATA-600 interface and SAS. Previous C0 stepping chipset Intel X79 supports only two ports SATA-600 ports and four SATA-300.

This week, Intel has issued a notice of early deliveries of DX79SI and DX79TO motherboards, based on a new stepping C1. Consumers will receive them after the 21st May. The new motherboard revision numbers are G28808-602 (DX79SI) and G28805-402 (DX79TO). Motherboards based on chipset C0 stepping, have these numbers G28808-601 (DX79SI) and G28805-401 (DX79TO), respectively.
http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-22...-stepping.html


16gb ram2133mhz CL9, better for OC'ing with 125mhz clock and x1.25 multi
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231510
or go crazy with 32gb
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231504


i7 965x vs 3820, i7 920 looked crippled with no OC
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/45?vs=523

i7 3820 vs IB i7 3770k
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/551?vs=523

here its a little slower, but you can save$$ now on 3820 and rock on 16 or even 20 thread IB-e later :cool:

mullet 05-21-12 07:17 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
1155
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Roadhog 05-21-12 08:03 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
neither, wait for haswell.

mojoman0 05-21-12 08:06 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
yea id wait it out a year

i SPY 05-21-12 08:29 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Roadhog (Post 2557937)
neither, wait for haswell.

idk mainstream 4core?

http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r...eR/haswell.jpg


that build in my post is also hopefully my next build ^_^ and i wouldn't bother with this Haswell, idk seems waste it will be just a laptop and desktop 4 core version.

mojoman0 05-21-12 09:01 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
as opposed to?

nekrosoft13 05-21-12 09:06 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
nothing really impressive about this haswell

i SPY 05-22-12 02:21 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mojoman0 (Post 2557945)
as opposed to?

yes another quad :)

Although with X79 he can put in a 8 or even 10 core IB-E cpu, while on LGA 1150 (Haswell) he will be limited to 4, maaaybe 6 cores. LGA1155 is at end, maybe we will see a 3780K version.

But speaking of Haswell it has a few changes; AVX2, TSX, improved HT/single threaded functions, IB vs SB has ~5-7fps advantage (StarCraft2), now if you add extra bits from Haswell it could be ~12fps.. But still 4core Haswell vs 8 core IB-e has no chance. Unless they make it LGA2011 compatible something like 12-14core would be nice lol(lee)

Bman212121 05-22-12 04:02 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by nekrosoft13 (Post 2557897)
Thinking about upgrading my i920 and i want something with sata3 and usb3.0.

Cant decide should i go for 2011.

Do you need SLI? Lots of Memory? (VMs) Video encoding 24/7?

You can do SLI okay on LGA1155, but 2011 might be a tad better, especially for tri-gpu situations. You can already get 32GB of ram for 1155 so unless you really have a lot of things you need to run, it shouldn't be an issue. If you're constantly doing encoding then going 6 core vs 4 will always win out. If you have a ton of add-in cards then 2011 would be a better choice as the slots are divided up in some interesting ways on 1155.

If you're just going to run 1 GPU, 1 SSD, and do some video work than 1155 is more than enough.

Greedo 05-22-12 10:52 PM

Re: 1155 or 2011?
 
i'm going to wait for 1155 to drop a bit more myself, but i want to dump my 920 soon and get some new toys too. :D


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