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That left me with my jaw dropped...

And the highest clocked quad core coming out for intel will be at 2.76GHZ i believe, and will be 999$.
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post #42 of 48
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Originally Posted by FrankenPC
HOLY CRAP!!!

NOW!!! Add 4 mice, 4 keyboards and have Windows map them to a specific monitor and you have a single computer serving a family of 4!!!!! ****!

You have been able to do that with linux for a long time. I saw some one with a P4 3.2ghz HT computer with 6 people at monitors and keyboards. It works great.
    
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I was lucky enough to attend one of these seminars hosted by Intel last Thursday (Oct 5, 06) in Fontana (California Speedway). It was absolutely amazing.
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post #44 of 48
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Originally Posted by Thumper
Of course, this is an unfair and incorrect comparison since the PC can do many times more tasks than the 360 can. To be fair, you should only count the full price of a video card, half the cost of a CPU and none of the cost of the other system componants of a PC.

Also, in 3 years you will still be stuck with whatever the Xbox 360 (which was designed and build a year ago) can run. Where as the PC is upgradable.
Very much so agreed, I never thought of it that way! Thanks Thumper I feel much more confident in my rig. Thumper: always bringing escarpments of insight.
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Originally Posted by Skeegle
Thumper: always bringing escarpments of insight.
Stop, I'm blushing


I plan to grab the 6600 verison of the C2Q when it comes out depending on the final prices and the deal I can get through a contact.....also, assuming the wife doesn't divorce me the second I mention it to her LOL I might have to sell my 920 system to appease her, which would be a little sad, that was my first overclocking system and I'm kind of attached to it.
post #46 of 48
that looks freaking amazing, cant beleive how impressive those gfx were. cannot wait for games like that to be common! hopefully c2d will be able to power that kind of game
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post #47 of 48
I am so excited about this game. Let me vomit it into a list for you
  • Another tropical FPS (I have a thing for tropical)
  • Sure to be amazing optimized like farcry as well as a pioneer of new tech (heck farcry still has better graphics than most new games today and it's years old)
  • Customizable weapons seem cool
  • I LOVE the physics on everything especially trees and plants (no physics card required)
  • Still works with DX9 but would look better if I ever got DX10

EDIT: Ummm.... wrong thread, lol.
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Originally Posted by mycomputersucks
The game was probably multithreaded. Did you hear what he said near the end? "We are using one entire core just to calculate the physics", I've been wanting to hear a statement like this for a very long time. Goodbye PPUs!!!
Yeah, this is the way to go!
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