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This may be fake, but most sites have accepted it as real and it matches the current leaked info.

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Prices are currently unknown but they should be similar to Sandy Bridge.
 
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Looks pretty sweet. I have a 2500K, so I think there is no need for me to upgrade my CPU with Intel's newest Ivy Bridge models.
 
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Looks pretty sweet. I have a 2500K, so I think there is no need for me to upgrade my CPU with Intel's newest Ivy Bridge models.
Ya, if its correct all that would change is some extra mhz and lower wattage + intel hd 4000, idk how good that is its probably just like 3000 but can handle 3d better or something.
 
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Ya, if its correct all that would change is some extra mhz and lower wattage + intel hd 4000, idk how good that is its probably just like 3000 but can handle 3d better or something.

Forgot to mention Ivy Bridge is guaranteed to handle PCI E 3.0. We aren't sure how well SE will hand PCI E 3.0, meaning how much of a bottleneck will it be to the GPU.
 
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Forgot to mention Ivy Bridge is guaranteed to handle PCI E 3.0. We aren't sure how well SE will hand PCI E 3.0, meaning how much of a bottleneck will it be to the GPU.
PCI 3.0 should be able to handle any current gpu.
 
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PCI 3.0 should be able to handle any current gpu.

That's obvious. I'm saying I wonder how much of a bottle neck will SB be while using PCI E 3.0 and a PCI 3.0 GPU.
 
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That's obvious. I'm saying I wonder how much of a bottle neck will SB be while using PCI E 3.0 and a PCI 3.0 GPU.
I don't think sandy bridge can even handle pci 3.0, i'd wait for the official intel announcment thow.
 
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That's obvious. I'm saying I wonder how much of a bottle neck will SB be while using PCI E 3.0 and a PCI 3.0 GPU.

Geneticz... it's been too long.

also. Sandy Bridge processors do have support for pcie 3.0. shouldn't be a problem.
 
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Geneticz... it's been too long.

also. Sandy Bridge processors do have support for pcie 3.0. shouldn't be a problem.

Ha yeah I know. And more than likely SB will be a bottle neck for PCI E 3.0.
 
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It probably will get capped at current PCI 2.0 speed.

No not really. SB is still a powerful CPU, and will support 3.0. It's just you'll reach a bottle neck. That statement would also apply to Bulldozer. Considering Bulldozer performs less than SB, but they made Bulldozer with PCI E 3.0 in mind. It will support 3.0, but you'll reach a bottle neck along the way with your CPU. SB isn't old, and PCI E 3.0 has been known about it upcoming for some years now. Intel wouldn't be that stupid to limit PCI speeds with one of it's most successful CPU's ever made to this day. Imo.
 
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No not really. SB is still a powerful CPU, and will support 3.0. It's just you'll reach a bottle neck. That statement would also apply to Bulldozer. Considering Bulldozer performs less than SB, but they made Bulldozer with PCI E 3.0 in mind. It will support 3.0, but you'll reach a bottle neck along the way with your CPU. SB isn't old, and PCI E 3.0 has been known about it upcoming for some years now. Intel wouldn't be that stupid to limit PCI speeds with one of it's most successful CPU's ever made to this day. Imo.
Ivy Bridge will s*** on sandy bridge as long as it's priced right.
 
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Ivy Bridge will s*** on sandy bridge as long as it's priced right.

More than likely. Yes, but prices are rumored to be the same prices as current SB. The prices of SB will of coarse drop though.
 
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More than likely. Yes, but prices are rumored to be the same prices as current SB. The prices of SB will of coarse drop though.
But Ivy Bridge will be standard in laptops and all new pcs, It's not common for people to actually build from scratch.
 
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