Intel Ahead of Schedule (Again) for 32nm Clarkdale CPUs

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Bless

45 half price is always better than 45 full price. beside what's the point of getting the most advanced gadgets (cpu,mobo or anything else) if it's gonna make you starv for days in this current financial GLOBAL crisis?

believe it or not my BF still play crysis with his old gforce 9800

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gatorXXX

I hate intel. Almost as much as I do MJ. But be realistic here. Sure it will drive older technology down in price but not only will you have to pay out the nose for the new CPU, You'll have to budget in a new mobo, and maybe ram as well. That's where intel gets you up the butt and thier numbers sore! New CPU, new mobo...new CPU, new mobo.....I know they've skipped a mobo gen here and there, but it seems as common as anal warts on an armadillo...

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tkddan87

i dont know if they are moving too fast isnt this pretty on track with their tick-tock market plan?

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Bless

Looking on the economic side, when they put a new techology on the market, then the prev tech will lose it's high current value and become cheaper. which is good for the economy nowadays. luv u intel.

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domih2009

45nm is going to be cheap by the end of the year.

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popstop785

Intel moves to fast. They need to slow down a little. Who the heck can keep up with them anymore?

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roninnder

So your premise is that intel should stop trying to make more efficient processors that use less power?  You know that reducing the nm does not make it incompatible with previous technologies (like 45 nm), right?

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comptech08

Yes that is true, but they do tend to make new chipsets for them and issue a whole new LGA for the new chip.  But really?  Are they going to fast? No.  They can move as fast as they want as long as the quality does not  dwindle.

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demosthenes

Not AMD, that's for sure.

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DBsantos77

Not to be stupid but..

What is the main difference between all these architectures? 90nm 65nm, and 45nm. I'm planning on a 45nm PII 955

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domih2009

 http://www.maximumpc.com/search/node/nehalem

http://www.anandtech.com/searchresults.aspx?keyword=Nehalem+&submit.x=23&submit.y=8&submit=search

http://www.google.com/search?q=site:arstechnica.com+-inurl:episteme+nehalem

http://www.tomshardware.com/search.php?s=nehalem&x=0&y=0

Then do the same for clarkdale

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