Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jul 21, 2009.
Anyone know the price? These would be AWESOME for crunching!
Dual cores are not givingup easy.
This chip makes my E8600 4ghz 1.18v look like a hot Pentium! I'd love a new Intel chip that I can put the overclocks on without investing in an large water cooling loop.
amd were are u?
at their HQs in the US
i know that but it seems they are far.. far away
I'm sure they got something cooking. But this isn't TOO exciting. Core 2 Duo's can already do similar, this just does it at lower voltage. The HT is cool, but if this is priced at around ~120$-150$ then AMD's 720 would be in direct competition as it's only at 120$ and has 1 more core and 1 one less thread.
AMD is in Austin too.
Bleh I was thinking of ATi...
Sunnyvale, CA. Is their HQ.
Yep... Austin is their research campus, my bad... I used to live next to it.
Linked in is WRONG http://www.linkedin.com/companies/amd
a cpu that runs on no power? impossible everything needs power even carts they need people or horses to push/pull them
or Erocker as its known Silicone Valley in California!
Wait so 32nm... i remember that anything over 1.4v is no good for 45nm... I wonder what will be the max 32mn voltage - can't be much over 1.2/1.25.
I'm in love.
I'm in lust!
It has half the cache because it has half the cores, i figured that was common sense.
It is the same, it is the same architecture as nehalem. Why would they make 2 separate technologies when nehalem works? Clarkdale and nehalem are very, very similar. Per core, cache is the same, so clock by clock, should be very similar.
hmm, how is a 'Zero' watt bulb possiple
By bluffing its "wattage".
he he I know, but its generally close to zero watt consumption.
That horrible crunching sound you all just heard?
That was Intel breaking AMD's spine over its knee.
More cache= more performance. A quad w/ 12mb of L2 will generally be a bit better clock for clock than a duo w/ 6mb. Perhaps you would be correct if it wasn't for the fact that the L3 is shared among cores, eliminating a per core comparison.
It probably is somewhat similar clock/clock performance, but your simply talking out of your ass. On paper they're actually pretty different, they make different technologies to fill different market segments. Clarkdale is nehalem, clarkdale is not bloomfield (i7).
Actually most of them you get here draw anywhere between 5~15 W. A CFL with the same wattage is a "100W bulb" if you know what I mean.
Are these a different socket than the i7's?
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