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3 years ago#11
broadwell is going to be well over $300 for yet another quad core

I can't see broadwell offering much of any performances gains from haswell, besides the integrated graphics

Haswell-E on the otherhand may come in at the same price of a broadwell "5770k" with 6 cores and 8 cores for ~$500
http://i.imgur.com/hOjV6w3.jpg
3 years ago#12
however, don't run and buy an LGA 2011, because it will be incompatible with the new 8 cores
http://i.imgur.com/hOjV6w3.jpg
3 years ago#13
fuzzyman posted...
however, don't run and buy an LGA 2011, because it will be incompatible with the new 8 cores


Based on?
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3 years ago#14
based on the memory controller dingdong
http://i.imgur.com/hOjV6w3.jpg
3 years ago#15
Zaltera posted...
When you feel the need to upgrade.


Well that's the thing...got a new case with USB 3.0 front ports, mobo is too old (or too cheap) to have USB 3.0 headers. So I can't use my front USB. Not a big deal, just convenience.
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3 years ago#16
fuzzyman posted...
8 core haswell-E in 2014


I read this was end of 2014, i got a whole year to save for it. It will also be the first time i go water cooling.
3 years ago#17
daemon_dan posted...
fuzzyman posted...
however, don't run and buy an LGA 2011, because it will be incompatible with the new 8 cores


Based on?


supposedly intel is changing the 2011 to 2011-3 for haswell-e
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