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Old 02-02-2009, 02:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Is the LGA1366 going to be obsolete after the mainstream Corei7 motherboards and chips come out?

Obviously price for the mainstream ones will be cheaper, but where does the LGA1366 fit in?

Will performance models continue to be made for the 1366 socket and if so will there be similarly performing models for the mainstream socket?

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Is the LGA1366 going to be obsolete after the mainstream Corei7 motherboards and chips come out?

Obviously price for the mainstream ones will be cheaper, but where does the LGA1366 fit in?

Will performance models continue to be made for the 1366 socket and if so will there be similarly performing models for the mainstream socket?

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Intel already revealed their future roadmap, but i dont remember much of it. I would have to find it on dailytech.

EDIT:

meh, cant find one but i know Intel did a future roadmap already. It had future processor code names and a complete redesign from the current Core i7.
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intel core i7 roadmap

Still dont get it.
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intel core i7 roadmap

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hmm interesting. Didnt know that Core i7 920 was mainstream. My guess is, by that chart, there will be a redesign of the Core i7 to a smaller fab and still fit on the LGA 1366 socket, so u probably dont have to worry about anything right now until 2010 really.
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Socket 775 is what is becoming obsolete. 1366 is taking it over.
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howlong do you think itl be before they change the socket again?
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Well 775 lasted an exceptionally long time. So I would say maybe 3 years max. No one can truly say though. It's Intels decision.
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howlong do you think itl be before they change the socket again?
2011-13 most likely. That is my opinion.
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so it wouldnt be a waste to go with an intel I7 this year?
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I thought Lynnfield and Havendale were going to be on LGA-1156?
And I'm pretty sure those are the next schedule releases.
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