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So basically its a 4C/8T chip what does ~i7 930 performance @ the same clocks but uses less voltage and heat and hopefully therefore more overhead to OC... I was sort of hoping for a bit more of a jump in architecture but then again these initial benchmarks probably don't paint a complete picture...
    
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I get an odd feeling that this is a fake, they would most likely need a new Motherboard to run it.

Also, why does it have 09 on it and not like 10 or something, was it made last year?
Why wouldn't they have ES motherboards?

Intel already said that they have shipped thousands of ES Sandy Bridge CPUs.

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So basically its a 4C/8T chip what does ~i7 930 performance @ the same clocks but uses less voltage and heat and hopefully therefore more overhead to OC... I was sort of hoping for a bit more of a jump in architecture but then again these initial benchmarks probably don't paint a complete picture...
This is a lower clocked mainstream part that appears to match the current high-end offerings. Wait for gaming/encoding/rendering benchmarks to really see what the AVX extension can do.

Edit: ZOMG 2,033 posts! Metro 2033? OCN 2033?
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post #13 of 45
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Well... if you have access to a Sandy Bridge, one would assume you have a capable motherboard.


Probably... it's an engineering sample. I believe Intel had working demos of Sandy Bridge before. It takes over a year to finalize silicon for CPUs.


Motherboards don't impact performance very much.... memory controller, PCIe controller are all onboard.
Thought these were on the chip?

Interesting BCLK, I wonder why thats been lowered.
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Thought these were on the chip?

Interesting BCLK, I wonder why thats been lowered.
Sorry... I wasn't clear... I meant onboard the CPU die.
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Thought these were on the chip?

Interesting BCLK, I wonder why thats been lowered.
That's what he means


Coolaler would not lie about these. He is already sticking his neck out breaking NDA so you guys can have some eyecandy so appreciate it

Have you not seen the latest socket motherboards popping up? Even ecs are showing them lol.
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So basically its a 4C/8T chip what does ~i7 930 performance @ the same clocks but uses less voltage and heat and hopefully therefore more overhead to OC... I was sort of hoping for a bit more of a jump in architecture but then again these initial benchmarks probably don't paint a complete picture...
I guess it all depends on which version of Sandy Bridge this is. My guess its one on the lower end.



I love this graphic from Anandtech. If you look carefully, you'll see that the first Sandy Bride(s) will be towards the value end, and not performance or extreme.
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I love this graphic from Anandtech. If you look carefully, you'll see that the first Sandy Bride(s) will be towards the value end, and not performance or extreme.
No Sandy Bridges are performance or extreme...

They are limited by the number of PCIe lanes.
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I guess it all depends on which version of Sandy Bridge this is. My guess its one on the lower end.



I love this graphic from Anandtech. If you look carefully, you'll see that the first Sandy Bride(s) will be towards the value end, and not performance or extreme.
Yeah, these are compatible with LGA1155. The enthusiast platform is LGA 2011 and are supposed to be 6c/12t & 8c/16t w/o the integrated graphics core. Due in Q2-Q3'11
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Interesting. I really wish the names of the everest benchmarks were visible. If I am doing my math right the CPU is about within 5-10% of the performance of the i7965, despite having an 800mhz clock deficit. Core counts and hyper threading are equal, making the performance look something like:

i7 3300x 0.9 = 2500mhz SanB

making sandy bridge about 18% faster clock for clock? Not exactly a quantum leap. I wonder how this AVX extension and others will effect performance?
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Looks like a fairly good "AMD Bulldozer" competitor here, but it's still not backwards-compatible which makes me quite sad.
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