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Silvgearx February 22, 2009 06:21 PM

Intel six core 32mn on the way ;)
 
:haha:

six cores 32mn, so they probably gonna slap 2 tri cores together :blarg:? And don't you guys think its coming out too fast? i7 just got in the market. And six cores probably gonna cost $1k as to when the Q6600 came out :shok:.

I prefer they make higher clocked CPU rather than octo or decem cores :ph34r:

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Core i7 "Bloomfield" to last until then



According to Intel's latest plans the Nehalem iteration called Bloomfield should last at least until the end of Q1 2010. We are talking roughly one year from today and we are still not sure that even then Intel will rush to replace quad-core CPUs with six core CPUs.

The main issue will be the performance gain, as we believe that clock to clock Nehalem and Westmere based CPU would have a significant performance difference. Westmere will have a few new instructions and innovations over Nehalem / Bloomfield, but unless it runs at much higher clock, it won't make much of a difference in performance.

Computer games and most applications today, including your browser, simply won't benefit from six cores. In the server world you already have six core Core 2 based CPUs and there will be a Nehalem based upgrade this year, with more than four cores.

encorp February 22, 2009 06:39 PM

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...ntel-32nm.html

death_hawk February 22, 2009 09:21 PM

Intel 7XXX series is already a 6 core. I'm shocked we haven't seen this earlier...

muse108dc February 24, 2009 11:28 AM

i'm hoping its not 2 3core cpus stuck together, if it is true 6 core I will be getting one, if not i'll be getting a 32nm quad

matsta31 February 24, 2009 12:34 PM

yeah the 7XXX has a retail price of about 3 000 $ US !

bojangles February 24, 2009 01:38 PM

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Originally Posted by 5ILVgeARX (Post 154328)
:haha: six cores 32mn

What's a man'o'neater? HEHE. You got it wrong in both your post and title. nm.

mailaw February 24, 2009 06:36 PM

Meh - that is not actually that interesting. If they were enough programs to use 6 cores then I'd possibly consider it.

Good Find!

and yah I saw 32mn and was thinking Ok now they might have something going! LOL

crispex March 14, 2009 07:33 PM

It's not really interesting unless you're interested in that subject in the first place, and then it gets really interesting when you see some current charts from Intel about the potential of the 32....

hehe.....cant stop thinking about the man'o'neater.....

....32 nm cores.

Consider this. The chart that I found (and lost) clearly mapped the 32nm core ability. I really can't tell you what type it was, how many cores and whatnot, but I believe it was a quad.

It was a chart of stable clocks and voltages. At 1.3V (note that the i7's require 1.35-ish), this little beastie was pumping 5GHz. Stable.

bovine.baron March 14, 2009 08:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crispex (Post 163712)
It was a chart of stable clocks and voltages. At 1.3V (note that the i7's require 1.35-ish), this little beastie was pumping 5GHz. Stable.

:shok:

Who do I have to kill to get one?

MAC March 16, 2009 11:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 5ILVgeARX (Post 154328)
six cores 32mn, so they probably gonna slap 2 tri cores together :blarg:?

I think you will all find this part of our Nehalem review helpful in answering this question, just read the last paragraph.


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