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User Info: greenyoshi46

greenyoshi46
4 years ago#1
Will you get Ivy bridge-e? - Results (77 votes)
Yes
0% (0 votes)
0
No
24.68% (19 votes)
19
Yes, im upgrading from sandy bridge/sandy bridge-e
1.3% (1 votes)
1
No, ill stay on Sandy bridge, sandy bridge-e and/or ivy bridge
36.36% (28 votes)
28
Yes im upgrading from earlier Intel core processors
1.3% (1 votes)
1
No, i wont upgrade from earlier intel core processors
10.39% (8 votes)
8
Yes, im upgrading from my AMD processor
1.3% (1 votes)
1
No, ill stick with my AMD processor
9.09% (7 votes)
7
I havent decided yet
9.09% (7 votes)
7
Still waiting for Haswell-e
6.49% (5 votes)
5
This poll is now closed.
So, are you upgrading?
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User Info: reincarnator07

reincarnator07
4 years ago#2
My 3570k is still great. No.
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User Info: MrXGamer

MrXGamer
4 years ago#3
Sticking with my 3770k until we find out how demanding the next-gen games are, should be good for another 2-3 years at least.
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User Info: ZeraphLordS

ZeraphLordS
4 years ago#4
2500k @ 4.4GHz is still very happy.
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User Info: urtv

urtv
4 years ago#5
yea.haswell was a disappointment and hopefully ivy-e being soldered will oc great

User Info: ThePCElitist

ThePCElitist
4 years ago#6
Until intel releases a CPU worth upgrading from a 2500k my answer is no.
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User Info: LordSeifer

LordSeifer
4 years ago#7
yeah my 2500k handles everything so no point currently
^ this

User Info: aak57

aak57
4 years ago#8
I'll be really tempted since I regret going with a 3570K/Extreme4 combo, but I'll more than likely hold off until the next gen.
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User Info: Thescyy

Thescyy
4 years ago#9
If there is a clear overclock advantage and power consumption advantage I'll sell this and grab a 4930k.
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
4 years ago#10
Might pick up a used 3930K or a 4930K depending on price and overclocking.
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