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Originally Posted by DarkBlade6 View Post
Yea but we dont know if this is Ivy Bridge E or Sandy Bridge E ... its just a rumor of an 8 cores CPU on LGA2011. They never said thats a Sandy Bridge E 8 Cores CPU. We see up to Q3 on the roadmap and thats in the 2nd half of year.. and the 3960x still supposed to be the best CPU available, Q4 seems to be a good time to release Ivy Bridge E mmmh?!

So once again , nowhere in the article they say that SBE will get 8cores. We just know thats a rumor about a 8cores CPU and we dont know if it will be a SBE cpu or IBE cpu.
Ivy bridge e wont be out till Q1 of 2013 at the earliest
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Ivy bridge e wont be out till Q1 of 2013 at the earliest
Core i7 3980x details :

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Core i7 3980X Extreme Edition CPU featuring stock clock of 3.4-3.5Ghz with Turbo upto 4Ghz-4.1Ghz. The chip is another Hexa Core model with 12 threads and will launch in late Q4 2011.
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Why do we always get quotes like this from users who then have quad cores at 4ghz in their signiture and no evidence they've even set eyes on a six core ever, neither Intel nor AMD?
Not true I've overclocked my friends 1090T to 4GHz.

EDIT: The things also power hungry as hell taking in 1.44 to get to 4GHz
     
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95+% of apps are single-threaded. Very few apps are dual-threaded and trying to find ones that use more than that is even harder. It's even worse in games. Games need IPC performance. SC2/WoW/Resident Evil are prime examples.
I don't think any applications on my computer are uni-threaded anymore. Even my media player uses 2+ cores to decode. Maybe my Razer control panel is multi-thread agnostic. But I swear, that's about it.

I have a slight suspicion that the "95%+" figure just came out of your behind.

Resident Evil? Yeah. Good try.
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95+% of apps are single-threaded. Very few apps are dual-threaded and trying to find ones that use more than that is even harder. It's even worse in games. Games need IPC performance. SC2/WoW/Resident Evil are prime examples.
This thread is about Intel SB-E.
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LOL maybe Resident Evil 1
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Not true I've overclocked my friends 1090T to 4GHz.

EDIT: The things also power hungry as hell taking in 1.44 to get to 4GHz
and you are comparing this to ????
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and you are comparing this to ????
My Intel i7 960 of course Lol I know the difference between a quad core and a hexa core but still even with 2 extra cores it shouldnt be that high for a simple 4GHz.
     
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My Intel i7 960 of course Lol I know the difference between a quad core and a hexa core but still even with 2 extra cores it shouldnt be that high for a simple 4GHz.
and you didnt think there was a difference between intel's 45nm process and global foundries 45nm process ???
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and you didnt think there was a difference between intel's 45nm process and global foundries 45nm process ???
Global Foundries? I only know about AMD and the new stuff they come out with anything else or related to it I could have cared less.
     
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amd doesnt own its foundries anymore ... they are now called global foundries ...


and even if it were part of amd it wouldnt mean that we can compare voltage from an amd cpu vs one from intel and be correct
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