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GHz Mean nothing these days. P4's (even though im typing on one as we speak) proved that. 3.8GHz (which was a p4) is the highest shipped cpu and that that was due to heat and amount of power needed to keep thats High GHz. Same issue even today. Even with IBM cpus for Fendi Mink Purse
f 14here's an idea to throw at intel, IBM had a 1GHZ cpu before 2000, nothing could cool it adequately at the time so they burned out right away P4 3.8 GHZ was out long before 2010, tell them to design for 4GHZ on their new high end products and their low end never dropping below 3GHZ. if they priced the 4GHZ around $300 $400 and the 3GHZ $100 200 they would sell about 5 times more product. i guess that just makes too much sense and they could gut their marketing department if they did that.
Yes they sound quite powerfull and will do well, Not sure why intel is leaving the high end market up in arms, I think until intel buys nvidia they will continue to be like this. Until then, we wait for X68 to come through or stick with aging technolgy in the X58 and the chips is supports.
severs, they dont reach 3 ghz. (except for an experimental overclocked 500GHz chip thats not made on silicon but thats was 4 years ago.) IPC, better cache system, wider ram bandwidth, will be better for performance on single threaded stuff than higher ghz.
I think what I am hearing from Intel is:
You clearly don't understand CPU design and engineering and haven't heard about the debunked "clockspeed myth".
core line. Which is much faster than the P4 even with only running 1 core on the core 2 line.
There is also a thing called IPC (instruction per clock) . The primary reason why a Athlon single core Athlon 64 at 2.2 GHz matched or beat a 3.2GHz HT p4 on most tasks back in the day.
Clock speeds don't really mean much anymore, it's primarily about the architecture and how the CPU handles data. Hence why a 2.2GHz iX Core can outperform a Quadcore Core2 that might be clocked higher.
You know, a computer can be used for more than just gaming, surfing or Word
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AMD never started a Myth about MHz speed. Intel started that the MYTH about MHz/GHz with there P4 when they notice that AMD had something that can compete and Fendi Fur Wallet exceed there own product. Thus hoping that the public thats not educated in computers would see High GHz and would by there product. AMD countered that MYTH by stating that higher MHz does not equal higher performance.
1. AMD isn't really pushing Intel competively so Intel can be lazy about increasing the speed of its CPUs
Today, intel all your managed to do was make me look forward to AMD's Next offerings. I still have run a 775 with an extrime chip. Its still fast and can stand up to a 1366 / 920 . From what I read here and other articals, my next platform will be AMD bulldozer.
Understanding what people really want to do, as opposed to what they have to endure to do what they want to do, is critical for today's tech companies. As technology products become more like commodities ($300 laptops, $500 big screen HDTVs), making the right guesses about what products to build becomes as much a part of a company's core competency as the ability to clone a $2 billion manufacturing plant. Guess wrong, and those big process plants go idle. Guess right, and you rake in the big bucks.
This direction is pointed at the business model, main stream deaktops.
have more than one phone line in the house, and, in an eerily prescient version of today's smartphones, was sold as a service. You could only rent a Princess phone and had to install and pay a monthly charge for a second phone line. But it revolutionized communication in its day. Bring on the games or i am not interested in any more upgrades.
Intel has always wanted to avoid creating faster CPUs and put other technologies on their CPU chips. Granted, it was AMD that started the "a slower CPU can be better" myth. I understand that multi CPU and enhanced memory architectures provide better throughput but, nothing beats a faster CPU clock at most tasks. We have been stuck at less that 4 GHz for 7 years! That is insane. Intel has no viable competetor and is using its monopoly to screw everyone.
truerockI think what I am hearing from Intel is:1. AMD isn't really pushing Intel competively so Intel can be lazy about increasing the speed of its CPUs2. video/graphicsIntel has always wanted to avoid creating faster CPUs and put other technologies on their CPU chips. Granted, it was AMD that started the "a slower CPU can be better" myth. I understand that multi CPU and enhanced memory architectures provide better throughput but, nothing beats a faster CPU clock at most tasks. We have been stuck at less that 4 GHz for 7 years! That is insane. Intel has no viable competetor and is using its monopoly to screw everyone.
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After a year or more of trying to push this myth, intel droped the rest of the Netburst line (after prescott, there was suppose to be Tejas and Nehalem) and with the Fendi Backpack Fake
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