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Youll never use 24gb of ram nowadays,And when the day does come these systems will be in musiems.
As already mention 4gb is max now and that is too much,So Look how long it took to go from even 512mb-1gb Say 3-4 years ago,[And anything over 1gb was considerd to be a luxury.
24gb mybe wont be used for another 7-10+ years or so.
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post #82 of 92
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Originally Posted by Darkice View Post
wow is that pic what the "new" chip looks like what a rip it looks like the 9 year old chips I got in my computer boxes...

to bad their upgrade left the LGA 775 socket type this means a whole new mother board will need to be gotten bless it
Who ever buys a processor based on what it looks like? Does the appearance of the processor affect its performance?

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Originally Posted by darkcloud89 View Post
The 8 seconds @ 2.66GHz was faked (The checksum was invalid). It gets 13.9 seconds @ 2.9GHz:



According to the 2.4GHz Nehalem benchmark on nehalemnews.com, SuperPi is seeing a ~13% increase in per-clock performance. This makes sense since SuperPi tends to be very sensitive to memory/cache latency, more than most applications.



Nehalem clocking is actually quite similar to AMD's now:
As has already been stated, SuperPi's checksum is broken.

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Originally Posted by savagebunny View Post
X58 Supports that lol

And Nehalem is pretty much a super hyped up P4 from back in the day since P4 used Hyper-threading
Since P4 and Core 3 use Hyper-threading they are the same thing? That is a pretty bad association.

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Originally Posted by Licht View Post
Nahalem should benefit servers more then desktops.
Don't believe all that stuff darkcloud tells you. Not only does Nehalem has many enhancements which will benefit desktop applications it will launch at 3.2Ghz.

Just look at Penryn, all it introduced was more cache and some additional instructions and it is 5-20% faster than Kentsfield.
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post #83 of 92
I would really like to know what the price tag would be on all of this stuff.
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post #84 of 92
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Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
Don't believe all that stuff darkcloud tells you. Not only does Nehalem has many enhancements which will benefit desktop applications it will launch at 3.2Ghz.
I said more for servers then to desktops. Yeah it will benefit desktops, but this is the tech AMD already has and we can see it being great for servers, but not so much for desktops. I think Nahalem will yeah not follow in K10's footsteps of failure but it will definitely be a lot more productive in servers then in desktops. Like i said, not saying it won't help desktops, but i don't see it being a monumental leap (compared to servers.)
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post #85 of 92
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Originally Posted by that7dude View Post
I would really like to know what the price tag would be on all of this stuff.
http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/2.../kaigai02l.gif
http://www.nehalemnews.com/2008/06/r...g-316-999.html

As in, the price bracket the Q9450 is currently in (2.66GHz), Q9550 (2.93GHz), QX9770 (3.2GHz).
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I said more for servers then to desktops. Yeah it will benefit desktops, but this is the tech AMD already has and we can see it being great for servers, but not so much for desktops. I think Nahalem will yeah not follow in K10's footsteps of failure but it will definitely be a lot more productive in servers then in desktops. Like i said, not saying it won't help desktops, but i don't see it being a monumental leap (compared to servers.)
What makes you say that?
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What makes you say that?
Look at Barcelona's performance (which has the technology Intel is introducing) in server applications, then compare to desktop applications. Barcelona is a great server core, but not so much for desktops.
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post #88 of 92
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so are the Nehelam chips on the same arch. as the conroe cores, but with the added memory controller??
lol.

i like seeing that 2.9 with such low volts.
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post #89 of 92
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Originally Posted by BLAKIE33 View Post
Youll never use 24gb of ram nowadays,And when the day does come these systems will be in musiems.
As already mention 4gb is max now and that is too much,So Look how long it took to go from even 512mb-1gb Say 3-4 years ago,[And anything over 1gb was considerd to be a luxury.
24gb mybe wont be used for another 7-10+ years or so.
No, 8GB is the current max (or technically 16GB if you include the 4GB DDR2 stick from G.Skill).

Such small minds people... I'm already using over 4GB of RAM from time to time (hence 4GB would not be enough).

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Originally Posted by Bill Gates
640KB of RAM ought to be enough for anybody.
Clearly not the case. If you let the present limit your imagination then technology would never get anywhere.
    
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post #90 of 92
hmmm......so nehalem is not a ''true'' 8 core proccessor
4x physical & 4x virtual

also that superPI time is crap..
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