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Just wow... goodbye AMD..
AMD already has quad-channel memory controllers(actually, Intel does too). They haven't mass released them, because who wants to buy 4 sticks of RAM!? Also, for the +10% performance gain(DDR2 bandwidth isn't saturated yet), there's no point...until GPU-in-a-socket is complete.

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Didn't we already see what K10 can do? 1.6Ghz with the AMD techies sweating because they can't squeeze anything more out of it?
That was a single test system. It could've been on a stock heatsink, only managing 1.6ghz on stock volts. For all we know, the board was limited to 1.2v, or something crazy like that.

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Intel demoed a Penyryn @ 3.33Ghz in April 07 even those it isn't launching until Q1 08! That is some 36 weeks away from its launch. We are just 6-8 weeks away from the "launch" of Barcelona and we aren't even getting anywhere near their roadmap.
But AMD has a history of improving rapidly. There were articles about their X2 3600+'s failing to pass 2.4ghz on high end boards, and how they would be a huge failure. Now, we've seen people pass 3.2ghz on DFI Lanparty 590's, and similar high end boards. That's an 800mhz difference between the previews, and actual release processors, with only ~2 months separating them.

AMD has traditionally had trouble passing 3ghz. With some good silicon, their quads should easily make it up that high, although I won't hold my breath on them going further.
     
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That was a single test system. It could've been on a stock heatsink, only managing 1.6ghz on stock volts. For all we know, the board was limited to 1.2v, or something crazy like that.
All we know is:

1. The chip could not exceed 1.6Ghz even though AMD said it should have.
2. AMD is not try to hide anything.

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But AMD has a history of improving rapidly. There were articles about their X2 3600+'s failing to pass 2.4ghz on high end boards, and how they would be a huge failure. Now, we've seen people pass 3.2ghz on DFI Lanparty 590's, and similar high end boards. That's an 800mhz difference between the previews, and actual release processors, with only ~2 months separating them.
Comparing the scaling of a new processor on a mature architecture is 100000% difference than the scaling of a new architecture. K8 can do 2.4Ghz - 3.0Ghz, everyone knows that. K10 hasn't demonstrated more than 1.6Ghz yet.

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AMD has traditionally had trouble passing 3ghz. With some good silicon, their quads should easily make it up that high, although I won't hold my breath on them going further.
This is a new architecture. There is nothing traditional about it.
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all right now, dont go getting your bonnets all in a fix......

AMD will figure its issues out, and I 100% guarantee you that the Barcelona will be hitting much higher than 1.6ghz... AMD knows they're in a tight spot right now, and they wouldn't advertise a processor at that low a clockspeed, considering most people only look at clock speeds, and don't pay much attention to ops/cycle etc....

Hopefully these new procs will be good, I don't want to have to swap out my MoBo, and I also wanted to get a 2900xt...
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2009? Cool, because I am not upgrading my badass rig till 2010 at least.

Other than that.........thanks guys for yet another Intel's Dark Side members vs amd's cry babies.

Fixed!
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2009? Cool, because I am not upgrading my badass rig till 2010 at least.

Other than that.........thanks guys for yet another Intel's Dark Side members vs amd's cying babies.
I don't like having Misspelled Insults directed towards me...

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Simply "AWESOME". I have such a limited knowledge in this area but sounds good to me.
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I don't like having Misspelled Insults directed towards me...

im with u all the way ,should we get hem lo ljk
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Just wow... goodbye AMD..
AMD's hyper transport can be used in similar manners, AMD just needs to steal Intel's idea like they have been doing to AMD.
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Licht, AMD stole something that kept them alive for this long from Intel, thats the SSE instructions set. Intel is the first ones to develop everything, they were the first with 2x1 processors on 1 motherboard and that is considered dual core. They will be the first ones with SSE4, they are always coming out with new innovated ideas. The only thing AMD came out that was simply somewhat innovated was the full use of a somewhat useless 64 bit architecture.
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