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|25th October 2005, 18:39||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel's 65nm Processors Overclocking Preview: 4.5Ghz no problem
NetBurst is dead, as are the days of Intel's 31+ stage pipelines, leaving us with a much more power-efficient architecture in the second half of 2006 for all of Intel's microprocessors. From servers to notebooks, Intel's next-generation micro-architecture derived from the Pentium M's architecture is supposed to mark Intel's return to being competitive with AMD in terms of performance.
Not since Intel's Northwood Pentium 4 core has Intel really been performance-competitive with AMD. These days, the majority of Pentium 4s are just not very interesting. They are too hot, more expensive and under-performing compared to their AMD counterparts. And while Intel continues to have the lowest price on an entry-level dual core processor, the rest of their desktop product line is made up of processors that we can't recommend.
Between now and the second half of 2006, Intel does have one last card up their sleeves to send NetBurst to its grave with a proper farewell - the migration to Intel's 65nm process. At 65nm, the cores get smaller, the chips get cooler, and the clocks get higher. However, with Intel's next-generation architecture around the corner, Intel won't take their new 65nm chips too far, as they want to avoid a repeat of the Pentium 4's launch, where the new architecture is outperformed by its predecessor. So, despite what Intel's 65nm process may be capable of, the first 65nm Pentium 4s won't offer any increase in clock speeds.
|25th October 2005, 21:17||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2004
Their last HSF review was using Prescott 2.8 overclocked to over 4Gh at default voltage. How many of you own one like that?
Intel has helped "forcing" watercooling manufacturers to release product in order to cool the furnance they created , are you telling me the 65 nm core requires a heater to keep it up to operating temperature?
Until the fat lady sings, I am not touching Intel product.
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
|25th October 2005, 21:50||#3|
Join Date: May 2002
probability of their CPU's being hand picked when they come straight from Intel is HIGH.
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