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post #11 of 47 Old 06-30-2008, 08:37 PM
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If you can double the E2160 and 2180's, then can you double this? Probably not, 45nm chips won't OC as well.

It will still OC rather well though.
how about you oc better? not much 65nm have gotten past 4ghz.

then again... these are the worst binned 45nm yet to come. after we see some e5300's and e5400, good clocking chips will be more common.

double the cache of the e2xxx series make this cpu superior anyway.

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Dependinf on price, these could be killer chips.

The 1M L2 in the old Pentium Es were quite sufficent in most cases, esp if you had decent ram.

These new chips should do 3.6GHz+, and with the wolfdale ipc enhancements + double the L2, they will be very competitive if the price can be kept below 100 bucks.

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Starting price of? Under a hundred???? If it does clock 4 ghz on 1333 fsb, it's the SMP folder's delight.


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3.6? I'd be shocked if these didn't hit 4.16 easily.

Look at that bus speed, 800MHz (200MHz).. At 2.5GHz, that means this chip has a 12.5x multiplier. Surely an easy bump to 1333MHz (333MHz) will take that up to 4.16GHz, and to 1600MHz (400MHz) could take it all the way to 5GHz.

Not that I expect a whole lot of chips will be capable of a 100% overclock, but then again, the Allendale is famous for that kind of thing.
Hopefully the multiplier will allow it to go to 4+ GHz, but the smaller cache isn't appealing to me.

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gotta be sub $100, sweet!

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I was wondering what happened to the E5x00's. Lol.

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If these new CPU's stay true to form, we just might see 4.0GHZ at stock voltages.
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I wonder how well these overclock (The cache size is disappointing though)
Small cache means low price, low heat, high overclock.

Seems like it will be a great low budget CPU.

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i bet you this will do 4.0+ because most 45nm CPU's suffer from low multiplier (Q9300). the E8400 has a 9x and can do 4.0. this has a 12.5 and + 333 FBS = 4.0

i might get this chip for upgrade

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Delusional?
There was a article published by an electrical engineering group that said in its maturity, Intel's 45nm process should be able to deliver 3.6Ghz at under 1V.

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