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Intel returning to Netburst based architecture for Sandy Bridge

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by DriedFrogPills, May 23, 2010.

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    Having read this on various other tech sties, and i think even here. I a m slightly worried about what level of competition there will be for the enthusiast next CPU generation. I am hoping Intel can iron out all the problems that caused the P4 to underperform compared to Athlon. That said i also hope Bulldozer from AMD is a return to Athlon form as well.

    In essence what i am saying is that i hope both AMD and Intel can deliver results this time round. Hopefully no repeat of Phenom I or P4
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    I think you might have misread something Sandy Bridge is a whole new architecture, yes it implements and improves many features of older architectures but thats about it...
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    good that alleviates my concerns about netburst rearing its ugly head again

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