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Processor: Intel Tulsa Xeon
Number Core: 7150N
Frequency: 3.50GHz Bus: 667MHz
L2: 2MB
L3: 16MB !?!??!
Price:$2,622 ?!?!
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post #2 of 12
but its netburt isent it so its going to suck
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looks good to me
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Yeah that tulsa model is really ment for complex mainframes and setups beyond your normal server, think itanium. The clovertown looks like he one they should be pushing.
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post #5 of 12
Those seem pricey for the average user, even a gamer (assuming multi-threaded games)
I think I'll just go with a Conroe when the prices drop a bit
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these arent for us normal people , pure server/workstation cpu's.
    
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Wow 16MB of L3 cache... and its $2622. THats insane.
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post #8 of 12
The 3.5GHz Tusla is a dual-core, not quad. Your post is somewhat misleading with the Quad-core title followed by specs of a dual-core.
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Lastly on the Intel Xeon roadmap is one new Tulsa Xeon MP processor. The new dual-core Xeon MP 7150N will be clocked at 3.5 GHz with a 667 MHz front-side bus. This particular model will have 2MB of L2 cache and 16MB of L3 cache. Pricing for the new Xeon MP 7150N will be $2,622 in 1,000 unit lots. Availability is expected in Q1’07.
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post #9 of 12
While 4 cores is nice and all i thnik that you might as well stick with the modern Core 2 Duo's becuase you really don't need 4 cores for gaming, even the new multithreaded games only utalize 2 cores. Also the dual core ones are faster than the quad cores so for speed I would stay with the dual cores.
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Originally Posted by Larethian
While 4 cores is nice and all i thnik that you might as well stick with the modern Core 2 Duo's becuase you really don't need 4 cores for gaming, even the new multithreaded games only utalize 2 cores. Also the dual core ones are faster than the quad cores so for speed I would stay with the dual cores.
Leave 3 cores folding whil using ine when gaming. Sounds good to me, but not for the price.
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