|Apr 4, 2012, 07:02 PM||#1||
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Any thoughts on the price of Ivy Bridge?
Any guesses at what an Ivy Bridge might run when it comes out, assuming it does come out in May?
At work I do a lot of video processing, so they were going to buy me a new computer. No 'real' budget, but i'd like to keep it around 2500.
With a Sandy Bridge 3820 at ~300, that gives me plenty of play for a really nice graphics card, Dell IPS monitor and an SSD. That is a hard deal to pass up.
tl:dr - what will the price of an ivy bridge run, is it going to be better than an i7 3820?
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|Apr 4, 2012, 09:09 PM||#2|
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