Originally Posted by Usario
Both Clarksdale and Arrandale are available for LGA 1156 as a desktop part and also for two different laptop sockets (I forget what they're called). Gulftown is exclusively available on LGA 1366 as a desktop and server part. All three of them are Westmere, which as you probably know is Nehalem on a 32nm process.
Yes, and sorry! I'm actually a bit embarrassed, must be past my bed time...lol
Old men need there sleep to!
I just saw Clarksdale, and remembered a while back, on another forum, some guys were taking those cpu's to some insane clocks, but both, under phase, and LN2
That why I had associated it with the 1156 socket, and a 45nm chip.
I think that was a Linnfield....maybe?Edited by Inteller - 8/9/11 at 11:49pm