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Old 20-09-06, 01:07 PM
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Maybe but 2 > 1 and 4 > 2

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Old 20-09-06, 01:08 PM
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Maybe but 2 > 1 and 4 > 2
And yet i fail to see what 4 things the average user is planning on doing at once...
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Old 20-09-06, 01:11 PM
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And yet i fail to see what 4 things the average user is planning on doing at once...
Well the average user won't be buying these, problem solved. lol
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Old 20-09-06, 01:14 PM
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Well if this anit-hyperthreading stuff comes into play properly, 4 cores doing one thing = everything pwned. Big time.
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Old 20-09-06, 01:20 PM
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Yeah if it isn't a myth these things will be amazingly awesome goodnesified
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Old 20-09-06, 02:07 PM
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So tempting..but I must resist! ANyways wont they be like 800-1000 price range?
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Old 20-09-06, 02:23 PM
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So tempting..but I must resist! ANyways wont they be like 800-1000 price range?
Yeah, anyone heard a price range on these? I may hold off on the X6800 and just pick up something else for now then get one of these when they come out if they aren't too expensive.
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Old 20-09-06, 07:40 PM
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One of these days, and it isn`t going to take them long, they`re going to fix the ratings via some kind of transistor trap, manufacture the processor setup to a designed spec - designed to trip if you go over a limit. Instead of testing a batch and rating them.

Basically to price fix the market, and prices will go up is severe stages.

They`ll say it`s "to safeguard the life expectancy of the processor and to ensure a constant stable environment for the user - including a more comparable platform from pc to pc" - i.e./e.g. base speed = $150, next 150mhz $200, next 150mhz $300 - i.e. the prices are market fixed.
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Old 20-09-06, 08:05 PM
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IIRC Core 2 Quadro isn't the official name.
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