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I found this cool article about the future of multi core processors... it talks about the possibility of 3 or even more cores in one system.
http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/11/...tter_than_two/



hope it is some interest to you guys
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Yes, it is interesting but sorry to say old news
    
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sorry duke!
id never seen it before though..
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Interresting. You are starting to post processor only? lol.
    
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Intel has had a quad-core in the works for a while now.
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Originally Posted by Namrac
Intel has had a quad-core in the works for a while now.
And thats quadcore with HT.Which means it shows 8 cores in task manager. Search around the net. Theres a screen shot of it somewhere.
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post #7 of 7
Old news but still relevant. Yes Intel is working on its quad cores now and with HT enabled theoretically that will be 8 cores.
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