Why Not To Buy Intel? They're Limiting Overclocking
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July 22, 2010, 03:42 PM
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A rather quickly translated version of what the dude said. Please forgive my crappy translating :)
Intro of how well Intel stuff overclocks, but **motherboard makers??** overclocking won't that good. Why?
Intel has told some motherboard makers some specs of the next gen sandybridge. The first Sandybridge CPU will be **released/open to the public** in the 2011 CES.
There will be two **classes** of Sandybridge CPU's. (Like Mainstream etc...) Max TDP of 95W and will have Hyperthreading technology.
The guy goes on to about some interesting facts about the Sandybridge (ie: Quad core) and the P67 chipset.
Then talks about dynamic overclocking the GPU/CPU core according to the TDP.
Intel will release unlocked versions of their CPU's.
-Two "types" of unlocked CPU: Partially and Fully unlocked. **Explained in the slide**
Apparently Intel is doing this so that it takes up less PCB space and costs less.
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