You wont be missing out on too much. The 930 will be almost the same however it will be using a 32nm process. It will make less heat/use less energy and might be cheaper. But, performance wise, not too much change and it wont be on the market until manufacturers have finished off their supply of 920s.
ok that will make me feel better i'll live with it since i know every time there's something new that coming out by the time that comes out then ther's something else that's about to come out and the cycle will never stop
It would definitely be nice to see a cheaper i7 930 (200-270$) and 32 nm with a better turbo boost like the i5 750 has.
That would really give the 750 some more competition and I would definitely purchase it if I was looking at a new build over 1200$ and wanted x16/x16 PCI-e slots (not that they give that much more performance).
What do you think a processor like that would do to the 750 and the 860 and the 965/965?