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and why still 4 core Core i7s ? On 22nm and with that TDP left, they should have made i7s at least 6 core.

Why? The vast majority of consumers would not benefit while paying a higher cost.
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Why? The vast majority of consumers would not benefit while paying a higher cost.

Because people care more about a core count than common sense

How do you think so many Thuban chips sold? biggrin.gif

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If anything, I'm surprised Intel didn't push for the 4.0GHz..
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I was hoping there would be an unlocked i3, but there is no even a locked version. I wonder what the other suffix stands for.

S and T are for energy efficient models. 90% useless products though. Unless you are a computer newbie, you can just scale the multipliers down to save power.

K is unlocked CPU, you can increase multipliers beyond stock settings. Meant for overclocking.
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No 8/16? frown.gif
Guess I'll wait a little longer.

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Errmmm... the full 8/16 Romley (LGA2011) haven't even been released to market just yet, and you want the SB's die shrunken successor to have 8/16 already?tongue.gif

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If anything, I'm surprised Intel didn't push for the 4.0GHz..

hehehe... in typical fashion, Intel is milking the market.
I mean, 1155 wasn't properly launched until what? march/april last year due to the chipset bugs right?
I'm sure these "delays" are also partly due to wanting to leave the SB's on the market as long as possible, and milk as much as they can out of it, before introducing the IB's.
4.0GHz? sure! give them another product cycle or so... they don't want us to have all our cake, and eat it too now would they?biggrin.gif
Edited by Xinc - 11/27/11 at 10:40pm
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They could have easy, they wanted to lower the TDP.


Reportedly they raised the IPC, increase the clocks slightly, and dropped TDP about 20%.

A lot of the die space when towards improving the IGP, which will show bigger gains than the processor does vs this gen.


I see no problems here.
Edited by BallaTheFeared - 11/27/11 at 10:34pm
    
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why are these cpu worse than current Sandy Bridge?
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S and T are for energy efficient models. 90% useless products though. Unless you are a computer newbie, you can just scale the multipliers down to save power.
K is unlocked CPU, you can increase multipliers beyond stock settings. Meant for overclocking.

Oh, thanks. rep+
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all these guys drooling over the specs don't realize that Intel is bending them over and giving them the shaft hahaha....I'll stick with my 2600k clocked at 5 ghz

Intel seems to be on cruise control judging by how Bulldozer totally wet the bed
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