News Mainstream Nehalems not due for 18 months

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  1. CardJoe

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  2. yakyb

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    this isn't good news really shows a lack of competition as far as i'm concerned maybe it will allow them to spend more time on larrabee instead (all intel systems for 2010)
     
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    So when is the replacement for the Q6600 coming out?
     
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    man i am behind, is this the new 45nm core thats meant to replace the 65nm one or a new one :S?
     
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    Yeah i'am confussed. Is this a all new 45nm quad or are the in november anounced chips delayed? ( i mean the cheap(er) 45nm quad) not the Extreme edition 45nm quad
     
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    Isn't that Wolfdale?
     
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    Penryn 45nm (mainstream) is due out this year - Yorkfield and Wolfdale.

    Nehalem has integrated memory controller and mainstream processors have integrated video too (aka AMD Fusion like). Nehalem will come with "up to 8 core" but really only one processor will have that. Most will have quad and some dual core. All will be 45nm.
     
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    Check out this article on [H]ardOCP. In particular, check out this slide.
     
  10. Bindibadgi

    Bindibadgi Tired. Forever tired.

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    Wow a 3.16GHz dual core is the same price as a 2.5GHz Quad core. The one you want is the 3GHz chip for $183 though.

    Bargain++?? Should make a great gaming chip good for 4+GHz.
     
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