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Originally Posted by Orioz
hum... maybe they plan.... i hope hehe

"The whole idea is to begin to process 65-nm in the middle of 2005 and bring it into production in 2006. We're certainly on schedule,†Mr. Sonderman added."

http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/dis...408081329.html
AMD's roadmaps show 65nm production coming in January of 07, around the same time Intel will release 45nm Quad Core Kentsfeild....
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post #32 of 66
Apperently, amd has already made a 3ghz processor, but it is on a 940 socket.
here and if that doesnt work here.
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post #33 of 66
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Apperently, amd has already made a 3ghz processor, but it is on a 940 socket.
here and if that doesnt work here.
Apartantly Intel has a 3.33Ghz version of Conroe...
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AMD's roadmaps show 65nm production coming in January of 07, around the same time Intel will release 45nm Quad Core Kentsfeild....
Quad core!!! 45nm !!!
do you have any link/article ?!
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Quad core!!! 45nm !!!
do you have any link/article ?!
http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=1471



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A few weeks ago at the Intel Developer Forum we got a taste of Intel's quad-core Kentsfield along with the Core architecture briefing. As of last week, this quad-core Conroe successor finally showed up on the Intel corporate roadmaps. The CPU will get its first taste of daylight as an Intel Extreme Edition processor in early 2007.
Interesting that source says it is 65nm, so on that I am wrong, but quad core will be here before you know it.
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ok 65nm... but even so.... quad core sounds nice...someday we will have to count the cores by Ks or Ms... LOL
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ok 65nm... but even so.... quad core sounds nice...someday we will have to count the cores by Ks or Ms... LOL
Why?

What will happen is that you will get a group of lets say 4, 8, or 16 processors. These will be called somthing like a family. Then you will buy multi-family processors. So if a family is 4 processors, and you buy a quad-family processor, you have 16 processors.
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Why?

What will happen is that you will get a group of lets say 4, 8, or 16 processors. These will be called somthing like a family. Then you will buy multi-family processors. So if a family is 4 processors, and you buy a quad-family processor, you have 16 processors.
i'm just saying...lol i don´t know how the future CPUs will be...i was just wondering if there was a stupid number like 2000cores(2kcores)...loool
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i'm just saying...lol i don´t know how the future CPUs will be...i was just wondering if there was a stupid number like 2000cores(2kcores)...loool
The number of cores will be similar to the amount of RAM you can buy. 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, and so on.
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The number of cores will be similar to the amount of RAM you can buy. 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, and so on.

your forgot single core cpus

why do they use those multiples of two for ram, cores graphic memory. why cant we have 500mb of ram but we have to have 512
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