Ivy Bridge pricing is slated to fall directly on top of Sandy Bridge for comparable processors (ie i5-2500K = i5-3570K). Chances are that Intel has dropped back on Sandy Bridge shipments to clear out inventory in preparation for Ivy Bridge. While Sandy Bridge prices may decline slightly, I would speculate that it won't be much. Waiting is your best option for either outcome here, its a win-win situation. If SB prices drop and you're ok with buying that, you win....if SB doesnt get cheaper, you can buy an IB CPU, you win. Its only a month or less.
Here is a review of the i5-3570K.
Anandtech, has a i7-3770K review
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