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    what chipset is that? looks like p35?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fellix_bg View Post
    Those slots on the board doesn't looks like to be FB-DIMMs.
    really unless you know which way to stick it in, or actually counted pins, they both look ~the same. Unless there are 2 types of memory controllers on the same chip, DP server and high end desktop are both gona be the the same memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    what chipset is that? looks like p35?

    thanks for posting this here sxs112!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcool View Post
    I think this pic is just for show, as all the other coolers are missing too (NB etc)
    Don't shoot me if this is s stupid question, but I thought Nahelm had on-die memory controller and would net be using a NB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iadstudio View Post
    Don't shoot me if this is s stupid question, but I thought Nahelm had on-die memory controller and would net be using a NB.
    For servers and extreme. The NB is only used for PCIe and CSI. Just like with AMD.

    For desktops PCIe is on the CPU.
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    Ummm....isn't that the upcoming (Q2 2008) Gigabyte GA7-TESH series workstation motherboard that was shown at CES? :S

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    thats hot. sexy sexy
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    That looks damned good.

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    With the two approaches to "how" to design a processor WE are the lucky ones as we get to choose what is important to us as individuals.
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    I am sure JF is relaxed and smiling these days with there intended launch schedule. SNB Xeon servers on the other hand....
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    there yo go bringing intel into a amd thread again lol, if that was someone droping a dig at amd you would be crying like a girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shintai View Post
    For servers and extreme. The NB is only used for PCIe and CSI. Just like with AMD.

    For desktops PCIe is on the CPU.
    yup, tylersburg is basically there to collect all the QPI's and talk to the ICH10
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    So the server version has a secretary for a "north bridge" then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shintai View Post

    For desktops PCIe is on the CPU.
    still no roadmap seen that clearly states it will be on the cpu.... except for the old specs offcourse
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    screw on sockets on the board, nice. replaceable in case of bend pin.
    replaceable bios, nice but the fan headers a placed screwy.
    there has to be cooling added
    24-pin power plug on the bottom while both 4 pin plugs are on the top.
    why are they so far apart, i foresee mesy wiring

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    Slick looking setup.. Now we need to get some speed into that bugger
    As to SP1M,I can do 15.562s on a dual clover at 3157.
    I'd guess a dual Harpertown would be in the 12s range at 4000mhz
    Wonder what this will do at even 3000mhz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blauhung View Post
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    tylersburg... huhmmm confusing intel chipset names and number sheme... so this is... the successor of... the 5400 chipset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    tylersburg... huhmmm confusing intel chipset names and number sheme... so this is... the successor of... the 5400 chipset?
    Correct, but where the Seaburg 5400 chipset is a small advance over the 5100 BlackCreek chipset, this is a "big" jump.
    Whole new game,like Netburst to C2D..
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    Eagerly awaits Intel's phone call telling us to come over and play with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by NH|Delph1 View Post
    Eagerly awaits Intel's phone call telling us to come over and play with it

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    I don't think you're supposed to release those . How'd you get your hands on one.. or is that picture taken in the lab? . B1's should be out in a few weeks ^^.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hornet331 View Post
    p3 @ 1ghz needs ~160 seconds
    So this A1 rev Nehalem is actually slower, clock for clock, than a 1GHz P3 in Super Pi?

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    what about pins side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omastar View Post
    So this A1 rev Nehalem is actually slower, clock for clock, than a 1GHz P3 in Super Pi?
    Production will probably C-something, I'd be willing to bet that just about every chip (specially a new uArch) starts out very very slow on early stepping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blauhung View Post
    Production will probably C-something, I'd be willing to bet that just about every chip (specially a new uArch) starts out very very slow on early stepping.
    Everything I know about engineering( which isn't much) is first make it work, then make it work better(faster,less heat,etc)
    My guess is that they start at a slow speed to see if the theory actually works in practice,then look at all the individual components to see any potential flaws and then they start to make it go faster.
    Just a guess but maybe closer to the truth than we know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    Everything I know about engineering( which isn't much) is first make it work, then make it work better(faster,less heat,etc)
    My guess is that they start at a slow speed to see if the theory actually works in practice,then look at all the individual components to see any potential flaws and then they start to make it go faster.
    Just a guess but maybe closer to the truth than we know.
    Sounds very familiar.

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