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the extremely light gamers that want some gaming capability (OEM do it all machines). But for the enthusiast, or quoting performance, AMD desperately needs Zambezi to do more than I expect is possible.
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As with desktop Sandy Bridge, Sandy Bridge E handles PCI Express control. Instead of a paltry 16 lanes of second gen connectivity, though, we get 40 lanes. Those lanes can be divided up into two x16 links and one x8 link, one x16 link and three x8 links, or one x16 link, two x8 links, and two x4 links. This would be great news for gamers, except that we already know you can take a P67 or Z68 based board, add an NF200 controller, and still get exceptional performance from up to three graphics cards. More than likely, all of that PCI Express will become a bigger boon to servers full of GPU compute boards, add in RAID controllers, and 10 Gb Ethernet cards.
I was really looking forward to Sandy Bridge E, but it looks like a mixed bag from the review. The lack of USB 3 and especially PCI E 3 was really disappointing, especially for an enthusiast class processor and chipset. The dearth of SATA ports was pretty surprising too, everything up to this review had indicated far more.
Nehalem's triple channel DDR3 1066 memory controller gives way to a quadruple channel controller able to support DDR3 1600 data rates. The potential increase in memory bandwidth, from 25.6 GB/s to 51.2 GB/s, is massive. But don't expect to see a corresponding increase in benchmark performance on the desktop. As it was, the Nehalem architecture was not bandwidth starved on X58 (we even proved it in Core i7 Memory Scaling: From DDR3 800 to DDR3 1600). And Sandy Bridge has no problem flying right past Bloomfield with only a dual channel DDR3 1333 memory controller.
There is a market for people who want top end gaming machines but never want to look inside other than to add more graphics. Based off of Cyberpower, IBuyPower, Alienware, etc. I bet that market Omega Constellation 70s
I'd like to see where you heard that. They do well at extremely low price points now and Llano on the desktop is great for Omega Seamaster Titanium Rose Gold
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The extra performance you can get looks pretty nice for stuff like transcoding, but the performance in the majority of applications doesn't justify the extra cost for the i7 3960. I'd rather get a i7 2600K or i5 2500K. or wait for Bulldozer to see how it performs relative to an i5 2500k or i7 2600k.
You say the i7 3820 will be a tough sell, but maybe, like the i7 2600, it will be an excellent non overclocked part for OEM machines. For that purpose, I think a machine that can run DDR3 1600MHz at without overclocking is a reasonable upgrade over the i7 2600.
To be honest, this review almost comes off like an attempt to chill any interest high end enthusiasts might have for Bulldozer.
Ivy Bridge could be where it's at.
For instance, the flagship Core i7 3960X should ship with a 3.3 GHz base clock that spins up to 3.9 GHz with one or two cores active. It's slated to include six cores, Hyper Threading capable, meaning it's equipped to handle 12 threads simultaneously. Core i7 3930K will step down to 3.2 GHz with a maximum Turbo Boost frequency of 3.8 GHz. And the Core i7 3820 is expected to feature a more aggressive 3.6 GHz base clock able to reach 3.9 GHz with Turbo Boost. It'll only sport a 4C/8T arrangement, though.
I'm not really surprised at all. I'm interested in how power efficient X79 is compared to the stellar performance per watt of the 2500K/2600K. If the new SB E parts idle anywhere near as low as SB does, it will be impressive. The platform itself isn't really as impressive if it does end up launching in this configuration but plain ol' Sandy Bridge is already pretty impressive. I'm still blown away by my 2500K and a couple of Intel SSDs, so I can't imaging myself benefiting from X79. I know there are many enthusiasts out there running older X58 setups who are going to upgrade to X79 no matter what, but I pick and choose my battles. The Omega Seamaster 861
leeashtonwell said people forget that clock for clock the phenom II out performs the Core i7 but not for brute performance
The 3.6GHz clock on 3820 is of most interest to me for a software development workstation. That's 200MHz over 2600 at the same price and the clock matters the most for compilation. Of course the platform cost will be higher. The 6 threads of 3930K are interesting as well 6 files compiling in parallel instead of 4, though that makes no difference for still single threaded linking. The biggest problem I expect is there will be no business friendly offerings based on X79 they will all center on Xeons.
is at least as big as enthusiasts that hand pick their parts.
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