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Behemoth- August 12, 2010 04:49 PM

Leaks on Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge architecture
 
Intel Sandy Bridge : la gamme (presque) entièrement dévoilée ?

This is a french link, but the pictures are in english.


--> Quad core with stock clock of 3,4GHz (hyperthreading) with a 3,8 turbo in a 95 watt thermal envelope could be nice...

There are K/T/S "editions"
K- Overclocking oriented, I'dd say unlocked multiplier but with the recent leaks concerning a difficult overclock of these CPU's, I won't... -.-
S- The usual low power CPU
T- Ultra low power consumption

Nothing to take for cash, but this looks like something possible.

_dangtx_ August 12, 2010 04:52 PM

http://wd.ch-img.com/1190831-cb-intel-sb-03.png


i see some very interesting tdp's :)

JD August 12, 2010 05:57 PM

2600K = Unlocked? :shok:

Should be interesting. Depends on the price though and if clock-for-clock it's significantly better than my current i7 @ 4.2GHz. Otherwise, it'll be a pass.

Sagath August 12, 2010 06:39 PM

god, what I wouldnt give to get one of those T models (2390 or 2500) and OC the crap out of it.

I love technology. Every 18 months we drool over new CPU tech, and in between those 18 months we drool over GPU tech. Life is GOOD! :biggrin:

Behemoth- August 13, 2010 10:50 AM

I believe Sandy Bridge won't be as much of an upgrade as core 2 quad -->*core I7.

On the same website, -pcworld.fr- there is similar roadmap but for SSD's. *

MAC August 13, 2010 11:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdrom17 (Post 414872)
Should be interesting. Depends on the price though and if clock-for-clock it's significantly better than my current i7 @ 4.2GHz. Otherwise, it'll be a pass.

Unless you feel you're lacking CPU power, you should still pass on LGA1155 Sandy Bridge and wait for the higher-end LGA2011 SB platform :thumb:

fishingfanatic August 13, 2010 06:20 PM

Rumour Mill
 
Like the upcoming gpus, I'll wait for the next significant performance increase b4 making a switch. Especially if it's Intel, where making the switch can cause a fat wallet to suddenly be empty of any funds.
:thumb::biggrin:

JD August 13, 2010 06:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MAC (Post 415262)
Unless you feel you're lacking CPU power, you should still pass on LGA1155 Sandy Bridge and wait for the higher-end LGA2011 SB platform :thumb:

I was already thinking that...

I don't see the point in buying ANOTHER quad-core CPU. Already had a Core 2 Quad (X3350), and now the i7 920. Next CPU has to be at least 6-core, maybe 8-core.

tri5cui7 August 15, 2010 12:28 PM

I'm going to thow in another link

Intel's Sandy Bridge, SSD roadmaps leak out | Electronista

I'll wait before I upgrade my cpu, still loving my Q6600. The SSD's are looking nice though.

LanEvoIII August 16, 2010 11:39 PM

Although LGA1155 does look interesting, I'm still considering getting a LGA1366 cpu/mobo even though still on the more expensive side, it's not totally unreasonable. LGA2011 is intriguing but it feels like its too far off for now. I feel like staying with a LGA1366 cpu should last for several years since I don't have the need to have the latest and greatest all the time. Also hopefully Intel introduces some nice LGA1366 socket cpu's before switching over to LGA2011.


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