Originally Posted by JogaBonito1502
The architecture on the 1156 is way better thanon 1156 as far as clock performance. There is absolutely no need for 6 cores! Especially with hyperthreading! If you look at the 860, it has been design to shift over power inactive cores to power in active cores. This would go on top of an overclock. There's no way the 920 can keep up with that kind of power.
and what ever happened to future proofing your rig?
would that not future proof it?
and as far as that 'power shifting'
thats called 'TurboBoost' and ive read articles on that before
it would really kick the socks off of the laptop world when they are released
and it could be hand
but your missing my main argument
he said X58
which is the latest flagship in Intels Mobo world
which as this pic illustrates
the X58 uses a chip to controll the PCIe x16 2.0 slots
unlike the 1156 socket
which has nothing in that world
and the X58 mobo is a vast imporvement over the 775 socket and how it controlls the PCIe x16 2.0 slots
i hope that pic works