if you want to future proof id go with the 1150 socket cause it has the most features and optimization's plus if you want a 4th gen cpu like an i5 or i7 this is the only socket the 4th gen uses but the 2011 socket isn't as commonly used and hasn't got as many features and optimization's like the newer 1150 socket so the future is 1150
2011 is more for workstation sort of stuff and general pc use but the 1150 socket is an excellent choice for gaming and other demanding programs and brilliant for sli but it just depends what you want to do?
The biggest difference is technology. The year 1150 is very primitive. There were no computers, TV, electricity, automobiles, aircraft, or any number of technologies that people in 2011 take for granted. Population was much larger in 2011 than in 1150. Customs and languages differed significantly as well. Social programs and civil rights, as we know them today, were non-existent in 1150.
1150 was best suited for the rugged individual who enjoyed nature, hard work, and didn't mind doing without technology. 2011 was much more flexible in this regard.
Falcon oh how the blood of a politician must run through your veins... and tommy thanks, my friend was trying to tell me 2011 was the next chipset but with the Sandy Bridge-E that he has even though might have more cores and a higher base overclock it is different than an i7 Haswell right?
the sandy bridge and the haswell have totally different inner workings, the haswell is superior its far faster and far more energy efficient than sandy bridge because it has reworked insides meaning that they dont have to use as many sockets for the reason being that the haswell cpu is a 1150 socket and the haswell is the one you want at this current time and with a good overclock the haswell would get a better base overclock if you did it just right but not all cpu's are equal