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    Intel Core i5 Performance


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    Nice. It looks like The performance is similar to I7.

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    is this the one that's locked so there is no overclocking??

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    Wow, Lynnfield is Intel Core i5!

    I guess Havendale will be Core i3 then.

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    Can u run latest beta of HWiNFO32 (http://www.hwinfo.com) there? It should already fully support this platform.

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    how do these perform compared to last gen? I'm kinda curious if they are even worth it besides the OC potential.
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    Is there OC potential if thy are locked?


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    Seems like all that FUD about "locked overclocking" starts again. I don't get it - how can CPU lock clock generator which is an external chip placed on motherboard.
    Last edited by kl0012; 12-09-2008 at 12:04 AM.

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    Would be awesome to have an i7/i5 comparison benchmark



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    wow first time i've seen i5. is it same tech as i7, except only 4 threads?

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    Who wants to bet against i9 being the 8-core/16-thread version?

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    my e4600 does 1m in 18 seconds.. does that mean its faster than this processor ? curious and clueless

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    Lynnfield can OC like Bloomfield. Please lets not have the idiotic talk like with i7 before release. Where alot of sites and people was shown to have produced alot of FUD.

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    wow first time i've seen i5. is it same tech as i7, except only 4 threads?
    No, its 100% identical to bloomfield, 4 cores, 8 threads (With HT). Besides only having dualchannel. Also instead of QPI to X58. You have ondie PCIe.
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    this proc is running at 2.2ghz and Spi 1m is a single thread clockspead bench

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shintai View Post

    No, its 100% identical to bloomfield, 4 cores, 8 threads (With HT). Besides only having dualchannel. Also instead of QPI to X58. You have ondie PCIe.
    screens a re showing 6GB of RAM... that only makes sense with tri-channel...

    what's main difference between Bloomfield and Linnfield besides socket?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nedjo View Post
    screens a re showing 6GB of RAM... that only makes sense with tri-channel...

    what's main difference between Bloomfield and Linnfield besides socket?
    Because 2x1GB and 2x2GB is so impossible? (And look at CPU-Z..channels..DUAL)

    Read the difference above...

    Lynnfield prototype board:

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    weak in regard to the cpu

    nice write up though, gotta show off all the goods
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    timeframe? Q3 2K9?
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    Memory config 4G+2G dual channel ddr3 1066.

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    Sounds like a good stock CPU to put in "Chinese Sweatshop" environments and render for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saveus222 View Post
    my e4600 does 1m in 18 seconds.. does that mean its faster than this processor ? curious and clueless
    Yes and no. You're running at 2.4GHz stock and this CPU is 2.13GHz so clock for clock your CPU is probably still a bit slower. Also the i5 has 4 cores (via hyperthreading) where you only have 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinas View Post
    Yes and no. You're running at 2.4GHz stock and this CPU is 2.13GHz so clock for clock your CPU is probably still a bit slower. Also the i5 has 4 cores (via hyperthreading) where you only have 2.
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    nice.. thought you had a typo in thread title at first hehe

    thanks for sharing

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    Intel is smart, sell as much i7 as possible till Q3 2009 and only then release i5 If you crave nehalem no point waiting really. I highly doubt i5 will have much higher clocks, if it did then it would be worth
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