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and has the performance edge. Theoretically they'll get more customers because of that edge.So what's more important? A better architecture with some possible contention on a bus or an inferior architecture with no contention on the bus? I guess we'll find out w/ Kentsfield and AMD's quad core.The Pentium D's got worked over because of crappo netburst primarily, I haven't seen any evidence to point to the gluing.Besides, he's right. the public doesn't care. Sorry to say it, but us enthusiasts aren't exactly the majority here. We're probably about 5% of the people out there, perhaps?I'm sorry, but I still think Otellini is right.His comment is quite true. We do not care what is inside. As enthusiasts, we might even know what is in there, but care? No sir.We care about what we can get from what is there.After all, why the hell are we heartily recommending C2Ds if C2Ds still use an obsolete (or at least less than optimal) front side bus?Nossir, we don't care and he's right. What I care about is performance in executing code. I don't care how, because it simply doesn't matter. If one CPU takes 5 minutes to do a given task and the other takes 4 minutes, I don't care why that is, though I might be able Fendi Bags Ebay to explain it convincingly if asked.As end users, we can only perceive perfomance and energy consumption, that's it. All other architectural concerns, like FSB/HT/and so on are merely things for us to quabble about in forums like this one. We don't actually "want" a CPU for a given internal architectural trait; we "want" it for an external, measurable advantage, either feature or performance wise.Being 2 chips on a wafer is one such irrelevant trait, as long as it doesn't affect performance. As is HT vs FSB.

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said Otellini . "The public doesn't care what's inside a processor." he said.I'm still going with the e6600 or the e6700 and maybe in a year or two once i see the quad core as being "Viable" I'll upgrade.I too think he is retarded especially because he said thisOtellini briefly responded to concerns that Intel's first quad core packages are simply "glued together" dual core processors while AMD is working on a native, single die quad core chip. "So what?," said Otellini . "The public doesn't care what's inside a processor." he said.Now if they 'glued' 2 single CPU Core Fendi Woven Wallet

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Architecture cores together, would it beat AMD's X2 solution?That's what it all boils down to, right? That would be a fair comparison?If yes, that means AMD's native core approach is a negative for them now. They're losing yields from the fabs while Intel's got the edge.If no, that means AMD's doing the right things Fendi Crossbody Purse

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