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|9th December 2008, 11:57||#1|
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First Test of Intel Core i5 : Lynnfield
Due to lack of comparison data, itís difficult to judge of Lynnfieldís performance. But it still has a long way to go before catching up with 3.2GHz Core i7-965.
Whatís funny that Lynnfield is identified as Intel Core i5 according to CPU-Z, though Intel claimed the naming of Core i7 meant nothing. So who will be Core i6? Havendale seems to be the best answer we got now.
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