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Intel Yorkfield Processors Next Week?

Discussion in 'News' started by Jimmy 2004, Mar 9, 2008.

  1. kaneda

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    Nice chip, im happy with my E6300 (400*7, 2.8ghz) and thats over a year old now.

    Even with those prices, im still gonna wait for nehalem, its going to be like the jump to core 2 all over again ;)
     
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  3. freaksavior

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    were can i buy it though :(
     
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    No G0 stepping was only for the 65nm chips.
     
  5. Wile E

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    Where did you see the info about the voltages? Got a link for me? I need to figure that out before I fry a $1000 cpu. lol.
     
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    I think it's total bs got shelled when I said that on Xtreme systems some guy claims it's true but could never show me any evidence of it. He just called me names and tried to overwhelm me with Vid information. Also somethings up with these T junction snesors now my chips read very similar temps, One core was at one time 6 to 8 degrees higher than the others but all the sudden during prime it's now within one degree of all the rest of the cores. Maybe it's the MX 2 setting up but I don't think so. At idle the are all within 2 degrees.
     
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    Good, because I plan to run 1.5V for 24/7 use. :D
     
  8. freaksavior

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    anybody?
     
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