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Hmmm. $285 for a possible 4.5GHz IB Quad.
Not too shabby, but far from what I expect of intel
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post #12 of 54
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*Off topic*
When did Intel release their "Performance Tuning Protection Plan"?
http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/

IDK, but I got it on Jan 18 smile.gif
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post #13 of 54
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Not everyone needs a Hex core though. I'm not thrilled that it only does 4.5ghz though, maybe there will be a way to push it further.

The people who don't need a hexacore should probably go 1155 then don't you think?
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You know guys they hit 4.5ghz with a zalman air cooler I'm sure it will do better with a better air cooler and pretty dang sure ever better under water.
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They seriously went into the bios and clicked 4.5Ghz and it was stable? Nifty motherboard.
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The people who don't need a hexacore should probably go 1155 then don't you think?

Not if they also need more PCIe lanes, more memory slots, and more memory bandwidth.
    
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Not if they also need more PCIe lanes, more memory slots, and more memory bandwidth.

Even you know that the lanes don't do much. They'd be better off waiting for the Ivy Bridge processors later this year which has that with better processors.
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Even you know that the lanes don't do much. They'd be better off waiting for the Ivy Bridge processors later this year which has that with better processors.

Maybe not for you, but for others that does matter.
    
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Its a 32nm quad core, what? Thought this was a hexacore...

"Partially Unlocked" lame
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Hmmm. $285 for a possible 4.5GHz IB Quad.
Not too shabby, but far from what I expect of intel

Not Ivy...?
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