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now guys thats just wrong...... you all know that Intel needs what ever help they can use to possibly beat AMD-AM2 (65nm / ddr2 *plus amd worked out a deal with Rambus for the memory controller on Speratic Chips*). Intel will REALLY need to pull a hat trick.
Actually, Intel will have the lead back finally during the latter part of this year. It's been a long time, but they should be in the driver's seat starting about Summer time. I'll buy either company's chips, so it doesn't make any difference to me. When it comes time to buy again, I'll buy whoever has the best bang for my buck
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Interesting but seriously 4cores is pointless for alot of users...for other uses yes but just i dont see the point..dual core isnt even fully incorperated yet.
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And to make that L1 cache would cost alone 50,000 lol. L1 is expensive and hard to make so thats why they just keep making L2 and so on..
Contrary to popular belief, L1 cache is not expensive. L1 cache costs exactly the same the amount is L2 cahce or any other component on the CPU. The only reason they dont add more L1 is that L1 cache has extremely low latency, and the more you add, the more the latency increases. So that is why they keep it so small, in order to mantain that exteme low latency.
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Actually, Intel will have the lead back finally during the latter part of this year. It's been a long time, but they should be in the driver's seat starting about Summer time. I'll buy either company's chips, so it doesn't make any difference to me. When it comes time to buy again, I'll buy whoever has the best bang for my buck
Intel will have some pretty good chips on market by that time, but you have to keep in mind that they are basically cloning Dothan into some multi core procs, meaning they will have good heat characteristics (especially with the move to 65 nm) but you are still looking at an outdated architecture *dust.. dust* When you consider all the advances that AMD is making.. soon we'll have 65nm process, much improved mem controller probably by 2nd gen AM2 procs, constant enhancements to every improving architectures.. not to mention the fact that we have the lead when it comes to x86 64 architecture.. I think Intel will be chasing for a good while to come.
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BAM !!!!! the recoil on that kinda hurt me.
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Intel will have some pretty good chips on market by that time, but you have to keep in mind that they are basically cloning Dothan into some multi core procs, meaning they will have good heat characteristics (especially with the move to 65 nm) but you are still looking at an outdated architecture *dust.. dust* When you consider all the advances that AMD is making.. soon we'll have 65nm process, much improved mem controller probably by 2nd gen AM2 procs, constant enhancements to every improving architectures.. not to mention the fact that we have the lead when it comes to x86 64 architecture.. I think Intel will be chasing for a good while to come.
Conroe will be loosly based on the Dothan architecture, but will support all the new features, such as SSE3 and will have considerably more powerful FPUs and ALUs. It will also support 64-bit.
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"not to mention the fact that we have the lead when it comes to x86 64 architecture.. I think Intel will be chasing for a good while to come. "
Funny how you say "we have the lead" as though you are part of AMD!
    
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post #28 of 50
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Conroe will be loosly based on the Dothan architecture, but will support all the new features, such as SSE3 and will have considerably more powerful FPUs and ALUs. It will also support 64-bit.

You are correct, but these enhancemanets have already been incorporated into the current AMD procs, I'm not knocking Intel, its just that as a budget computer fanatic.. i prefer AMD, I am also very big on new tech so i kinda root for whomever can effectively incorporate it first, i'm waiting to see what the AMD-Rambus alliance is going to spawn
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very nice , but still doesnt mean that it will be able to, NOT out bench mark, but out perform the new M-2 socket. how ever there is on thing that AMD can beat....Intel's Clocks....but will always beat their Performance. intel/3.0 vs amd2.0 = i think you know who is the victor. ***oh and considor your self part of that team... when you buy an AMD chip YOUR feed back on the chip is taken in consideration, or maybe you havent been AMD alliance for too long. so far every chip they came out with is withing the demand of the AMD buyers- no not the companies that use the AMD Proces in workstations, or the companies that pay big to intel but the Overclockers, the people that take their computers SERIOUSLY.
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Funny how you say "we have the lead" as though you are part of AMD!
Kinda like rooting for Manchester United
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