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Intel to break the 4GHz barrier in 2008

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Despite being based on an architecture designed to hit high clock speeds, Pentium 4 and Pentium D processors never made it past the 4GHz barrier. However, Intel will finally go past the magic number in 2008. The report says Bloomfield, one of Intel's upcoming 45nm quad-core processors based on the Nehalem architecture, will be clocked at speeds exceeding 4GHz when it comes out in 2008. The chip will have 8MB of shared L2 cache, simultaneous multi-threading (the ability to execute two threads per core,) support for Intel's Common System Interface, and an integrated memory controller. Bloomfield will slip into new B sockets—land grid arrays with 1,366 pins instead of the 775 in Intel's current desktop LGA socket.
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Weren't they supposed to like 3 years ago?
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man sounds good, >4 ghz with a onboard mem controller aint to bad (imo)
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I think Intel has finally taken advantage of the AREA 51 tech. lol
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Weren't they supposed to like 3 years ago?
Yes - they said that. Anyway - this is 4GHz on Core2 architecture - not P4 architecture. It's a bit more of an accomplishment
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Nehalem architecture? Is this Core 2 or a completely different architecture?
    
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Weren't they supposed to like 3 years ago?
intel originally came out w/ the idea back around 2001 that processors now would be about 10 GHz
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Yes - they said that. Anyway - this is 4GHz on Core2 architecture - not P4 architecture. It's a bit more of an accomplishment
ah, that makes it the same as a 8 Ghz P4

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ah, that makes it the same as a 8 Ghz P4

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Even more. This is the Nehalem marchitecture. Not Core. I'd say that a 4GHz Bloomfield w/ 8MB L2 would be more like a 12-15GHz Pentium 4.
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Even more. This is the Nehalem marchitecture. Not Core. I'd say that a 4GHz Bloomfield w/ 8MB L2 would be more like a 12-15GHz Pentium 4.
But with four cores! 48ghz of P4 processing power!
     
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