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Old Apr 4, 2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Default 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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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?
Alot of the prices are already known and broken down last I checked. Unless it changed?

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Int...155,14325.html
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