Upgrade to i7 or wait for haswell

Hello everyone. I'm new to the community but I have some questions for all you people that are much more informed on computer matters then I am ^_^.

I am currently gaming on a Dell XPS M1730. I play D3 and GW2, during the beta weekends, but have been noticing that my fans are working extremely hard to keep up with those games. I was then, wondering, what I should do when I do decide to buy a computer.

I plan on purchasing the computer around Christmas. However, I know that the new haswell are supposedly to come out around the Q1 2013. So, should I buy an i7 around Christmas or should I wait for the haswell and continue to attempt to game on my XPS?

Also, I know that the gk110 is coming out soon as well. Would y'all recommend that I wait for that or just use the gk104 chipset for a gpu? I plan on gaming, initially, on a 1080p monitor but eventually want a triple-monitor setup for 3 27" monitors. With that in mind, should I go sli gk104 gpus or sli gk110 gpus?

All of y'alls help would be greatly appreciated as I want to build a really nice system, but I don't know what to do about those components.

Al
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  1. You should buy an Ivy Bridge. Intel is going to raise the prices significantly for Haswell as they are monopolizing the gaming CPU market.

    I would wait for GK110.

    btw Microcenter has the i7-3770k for $290 right now...
  2. whatismyproblem said:
    You should buy an Ivy Bridge. Intel is going to raise the prices significantly for Haswell as they are monopolizing the gaming CPU market.


    >That feel when gaming CPUs are monopolized. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdHTnpgpLDc It's unfortunate too because Intel has been producing some brutally high end processors.
  3. anxiousinfusion said:
    >That feel when gaming CPUs are monopolized. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdHTnpgpLDc It's unfortunate too because Intel has been producing some brutally high end processors.


    Don't worry I hate AMD FX...they suck
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