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News Intel's Lynnfield will hit upwards of 2.3GHz DDR3

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 22 Jul 2009.

  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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  2. perplekks45

    perplekks45 LIKE AN ANIMAL!

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    2352? Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice! :)
    Waiting for benchmarks. Any hint on when other than "soooooooooooooooon"?
     
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    Run that setup 24/7 and let us know if that ram fails.
     
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    This lynnfield thing might be the holy grail of overclocking if that ram is fully stable and those 5ghz on air rumors are true
     
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    bit tech did it last time and they went up tp 4ghz :(

    i think it was bit tech
     
  7. wuyanxu

    wuyanxu still wants Homeworld 3

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    no Uncore voltage options? am i right in saying Uncore are the quickpath bus controllers, in the same sense as northbridge are FSB controllers on LGA775?

    i hope they open up all options. otherwise LGA1156 will be a fail for tweakers and overclockers.
     
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    Could someone please state in brief what is going to happen with the intel processor sh*t (meant in a good way), I'm currently thinking that i'll buy a Core i7 920 and OC, am i right in sticking with that for the time being (futureproofing irrelevant) or is it worth waiting a month or two (considering i've been waiting for a loooong time anyway). I'm not sure whats going on with i5 and i7 or whatever...thx
     
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    If the difference between 1600MHz and 2000MHz is irrelevant (to gamers, not OC guys (and gals)) then does a jump to 2300 really matter?
     
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    In AMD terms is Uncore the same as the Northbridge speed (CPU-NB)?

    I have AMD chips so just trying to make sense of the Intel Nehalem ones thanks.
     
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    Yes, both the Intel and AMD "uncore" area are integrated northbridge and L3 cache.
     
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