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Well that's slightly disappointing
22nm quad core at 1.8Ghz, with an actually relatively low vCore, requiring 95W TDP!?
Even the dual core, despite having half the cores, less cache, and also very low vCore, requires 95W TDP. I know this is ES, but for a dual core requiring that high TDP for 22nm and a low speed, that doesn't seem very right. The last dual core I knew that took 95W TDP was 65nm Athlon x2
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How is this guy a moderator?
I don't get your point....
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post #23 of 107
I may have thought it... but you said it

Intel's first gen ES's always have low clocks. Look at the early SB-E ES's, also 1.8Ghz. All this article tells us is that Intel has a working 22nm process, now they will refine and tweak until Q2 next year when they release IB.

I really don't get the Intel strategy, they are killing their potential of selling high end CPU's. They really should be introducing their best tech in their high end line, users here will buy them, Apple will build them into their Mac Pro's and other high end users will buy them. The mid end people aren't going to make their buying decision on new tech as much as the enthusiast. Why not sell the latest and greatest for the most $$? SB is suppose to be a mid end range but look at all the users here that buy $300+ mobo's for 1155 and are basically trying to turn SB into the high end. Who wants to even buy SB-E now with IB right around the corner?
post #24 of 107
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the 95W TDP a maximum for the chip, surely a 22 nm dual core won't consume up to or more than this most of the time.

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Lol, and still no Bull-dozer.
If fermi taught us anything, being 6 months late to a product refresh has a very negative impact on your market shares.

BD's better whoop some serious butt if AMD wants to keep producing CPUs.
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No ram overclocking.
RAM overclocking nets how much of a gain though? Maybe in a few structured tests you'd see a difference.
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No ram overclocking.
Ram overclocking is based on a multi with sandy bridge. Its very easy to oc the ram.
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post #27 of 107
Let's all inform iCrap politely that it is an Engineering Sample. I don't enough people have quoted him on that.
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A) You don't need it if you can control the multiplier.
B) From my understanding, it's not something that will ever be unlocked, we have shifted to a single base clock shared by all components.
You need it on the extreme end of overclocking. Phenom II's and last gen Core i5's and i7's have broken 7k GHz, but Sandy Bridge will never go much higher than 6k because of its stubborn base clock.
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You need it on the extreme end of overclocking. Phenom II's and last gen Core i5's and i7's have broken 7k GHz, but Sandy Bridge will never go much higher than 6k because of its stubborn base clock.
Yea, and not to mention that on Sandy Bridge the multiplier tops at 57 I believe.

I hope we get the bclk back in X79. The enthusiast platform wouldn't be complete with multiplier only overclocking.

....

And in case it hasn't been said enough, ES samples are always low clocked, IIRC the 980x ES samples were clocked at 2.0. These are Dual & Quad IB samples.
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Perhaps they've created a standard single core "i" CPU. for netbooks perhaps?

Ivy's architecture IS quite the advancement, so I wouldn't doubt a model even lower than the i3.
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