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Old 26th February 2010, 11:47   #1
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Default Intel Core i7-930 (2.8Ghz) hits European stores at ~255

Intel's Core i7-930 is set for a February 28 debut but those who want the new LGA 1366 part can already purchase it from a variety of European stores. Set to retire the popular 920 model, the 45nm Core i7-930 has a four cores @ 2.80 GHz, eight threads, 8MB of L3 cache, an integrated triple channel DDR3 memory controller and a TDP of 130W.

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LGA1136 sounds like a typo.
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LGA 1366, also known as Socket B
corrected, thanks. Never head of Socket B though
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_1366

so far used it once, already hate it, pins are bent way too easily
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All of Intel's sockets have a letter name! Have to wonder if even Intel uses it though... does make sense for mobile, ~4 kinds of "478" sockets.

I still prefer LGA1136, not had issues so far. Socket 478 seemed more fragile due to CPU pins.
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Don't see the use off this CPU release...
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I still prefer LGA1136, .
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Don't see the use off this CPU release...
920 phased out
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