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    Talking Westmere 32nm (6Cores 12T)*2

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    pics not work for me

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    works for me, though, and I'm envious
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    OMFG I think I just wet myself.

    Wait, that makes 12 or more Folding VM's with enough memory...
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    When the task manager has to show two levels of cpu graphs, you know you've got something good under the hood.

    So will the Westmeres run at lower clock speeds to accommodate the TDP requirement of 135W? Will 32nm get it all the way there? Or will 2.4ghz just have to be the new 2.66?
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    With this kind of stock clocks I hope they at least treat it with an extensive turbo mode. Something like 2 bins per core-not-used would be satisfactory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sholvaco View Post
    With this kind of stock clocks I hope they at least treat it with an extensive turbo mode. Something like 2 bins per core-not-used would be satisfactory.
    It is an ES chip, so for all we know retail chips might have higher stock clocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helmore View Post
    It is an ES chip, so for all we know retail chips might have higher stock clocks.
    Exactly, remember how low clocked the first Bloomfield ES were? But even so I think we might see up to 2.93 (launch) or 3.06GHz (slightly later) but beyond that I'd be sceptical or the die shrink has have to do wonders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helmore View Post
    It is an ES chip, so for all we know retail chips might have higher stock clocks.
    True. Early Lynnfield samples were something like 2,13 GHz stock. But then again, with two additional cores lower stock clocks are almost expected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chri$ch View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by p2501 View Post
    Wait, that makes 12 or more Folding VM's with enough memory...
    Yeap, sure its possible ...
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    Very nice, seems like it might be some tweaks in there other than 2 extra cores, guess it's for making up for the slightly reduced clock speeds in apps that cannot utilize 4+ cores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCornell View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCornell View Post
    ...W3580 @ 4.2GHz...
    I guess more cores scales better than higher clock in wPrime afterall. Or is it more cache in this case?

    Classy background BTW.

    EDIT: Failed to notice there were two Gulftowns in play with these scores so it's actually the other way around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCornell View Post
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    WTF is it running with 2.5GB of memory used?
    How soon should these be out to retail?
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