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I can't even begin to imagine how much RAC/PPD these badboys will have when overlocked to ~4.6Ghz (In the light of substantial increase current i7 2000 series CPUs bring in F@H). As the switch from Nehalem to Sandy Bridge CPUs becomes more frequent among users, we might see that total BOINC/F@H computing power increase dramatically in a very short period of time. Especially if Intel makes non-extreme versions of 6core SB which are priced aggresively (like i7 970).
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Major boosts in the CPU performance department for BOINC projects will be coming soon, those 12th sandy's are going to make my Q8200 look like a piece of junk.
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Sigh, if I could only afford a new rig with DUAL SLI 590's, DUAL HD6990's and 24thread dual Sandy type Xeons with 24Gig mem... that would be the cats meow... about $12k worth of meow... I can't even swing a 980x or 990x for what I have...

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I'm getting myself an i7 920 D0 for basically free (can't beat that). I just needed to find RAM and a mobo, next month hopefully (I'm still waiting on the last few parts from the computer store).

IMO for me I would absolutely love to get my hands on a 4P AMD server board and load that up with 16 core Interlagos chips. That's 64 cores of computing power that can rock CPU tasks. GPU might be lacking a bit but load up on some 6990's and 590's and that will take care of that. OR some HD7000/GTX600 series cards.
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Sigh... good stuff... As of now, with the summer heat and a $300+ electric bill, I've downclocked the two little machines and only run the CPU's at 50% load to cut down on heat production... even so, the A/C can't keep up sometimes... So.. all that power and can't use it due to overheated apartment.

Maybe time to move to Canada or something...

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6c12t sandy bridge CPUs will rock in computing
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If only the 8c/16t xeon SB-E's were overclockable
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