OH BOY, looks like we may have some serious competition from AMD in the near future. If they are able to produce a Turion 64 X2 TL-60, 2.0GHz @ 1.075V which produces very little heat and still stay in the ball park of Core Duo T2500 @ 2.0 Ghz @ 1.325V the potential is down right scary. Although the T2500 comes out ahead in nearly all the benchmarks that's not the angle I see the potential.
-Lower heat potential
-Lower consumption used vs. some P4s
-Combining 2 or more Turion 64 X2 TL-60 together for a dual or quad CPU
The real threat to this Turion64 X2 TL-60 is if they combined these into a dual or quad CPU and put it in a desktop. Then the potential when it's overclocked can be a monster! If Intel or AMD produce performance CPUs at 1.0V @ 2.0GHz clock speed the better the potential.
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My thinking is simple, if I owned a famous CPU company I would make the order simple for my engineers. "Make me a 2.0GHz CPU that can run at 1.0V under load that performs better then a P4 950. And, when OC'd under load only reach 1.50V at its max OC frequency". The performance gained per clock cycle should be at least double that of any OC'd CPU on the market, (if the material used is not specifically designed for 1.0V use only) IMO.