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Originally posted by MacRonin Expensive, yes... Yeah, I know at least 9320 reasons not to buy such a machine. Let's say 2GHz speeds for the cores And now already 12112
From IDF: In his key note Pat Gelsinger showed the absolute performance of Dempsey and Woodcrest in a chart, but only relative to a current dual Xeon (Irwindale, 3.6 GHz, 2 chips, 2 cores). Dempsey (2 chips, 4 cores) was said to speed up the SPECint_rate_base2000 around 88% (that would be from 38 to 71). Woodcrest (2 chips, 4 cores) added then another 52% (to 108 ). A HP ProLiant DL385 with 2.2GHz Opterons (2 chips, 4 cores) reached 65, a IBM eServer P5 570 (2...
Paxville is Pentium IV based. It's unlikely Apple will use them at all. Woodcrest is the name of the game
Merom was originally planned as the successor to Dothan in 2005. But that Merom (single core) isn't the Merom (dual core) which will succeed Yonah. Sometimes plans change alot...
as of April 2005 was correct. But plans change
No. There is no JEDEC specification beyond DDR400 / PC3200 for DDR RAM. So read the restriction for operation and the terms of warrenty very carefully...
No, but thanks for clearing that up.
Intel is in a transition phase. After trashing the Pentium 4 derivates the line will look like: Server CPUs -------------- Pentium M Desktop CPUs -------------- Pentium M Laptop CPUs -------------- Pentium M
Wasn't the tape out of Merom already in june ?
.wmv for QuickTime bought the Player Pro and it works perfectly trashed the Windows Media Player immediately
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