Website Details Intel's 22nm Ivy Bridge Desktop Processor Lineup

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biggiebob12345

Haswell is the next tock and I can't see any reason to wait for it.  At present it won't have anything over Ivy Bridge except for a new socket, instruction sets no one cares about, and a graphics core that I'll never use.

 

County me in for an Ivy Bridge + Geforce 600 build next summer.

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znod

Ditto on some other NVIDIA. I might trade up to a 580 SC from a 570 SC if the price is right and supply holds--instead of waiting for a 600. Yet, the 600's should be out pretty soon--probably before my trade-up time runs out.

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znod

I'm in for the  3770K unless it is unrealistically more expensive than the 2600k.

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n0b0dykn0ws

I know this is merely a tick, and not a tock, but I won't upgrade for less than 8 cores/16 threads.

Until then my 2600K will hold me strong.

n0b0dykn0ws

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DU00

Honestly I don't even need the upgrade, but I still really really want one. Is that bad?

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quickone

My Q9300 LGA 775 is needing an upgrade, this is looking like it. 3.5-3.9GHz at 77W!? dear God! That thing will run circles around my Q9300 while only sipping a fraction of the juice. 

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Julyjules

I can't wait for Ivy Bridge to come out. Hope it lives up to the hype. Can't wait to get this proc in my first build - my 3.5 year old laptop will need vacations soon!

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limitbreaker

I hope for the sake of amd that it's going to be a flop or severly delayed. People won't even need to switch motherboards which has always been the main selling point for me up until now.

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Marthian

I don't see that happening unfortunately. Ivy bridge if I recall has been delayed, however.

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