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Old 01-07-2008, 09:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Intel has launched a slew of new 45-nm CPUs at CES today. The following chart lists the new processors:



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The Core 2 CPUs at the top of the chart are intended for use in laptops, while the Xeon processors in the middle are targeted towards the server/workstation market, and finally, Intel has launched 9 new desktop processors.

As you can see, the new desktop processors largely replace existing desktop CPUs -- with its 3.16GHz clock speed, only the E8500 breaks any new ground for Intel. The new Penryn core brings with it a number of enhancements though, so clock-for-clock performance will favor the new processors. Also, the E8190 and E8200 share similar specs with the only difference being the E8190 lacks virtualization support. Both CPUs start at just $163 in quantities of 1,000 and should be available later this month.
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sounds like e8400 and q9450 for gamer recommendations
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I think that the E8200 will be a better choice in terms of price/performance is just like the E6750 (2.66GHz) or E6850 (3.0GHz) both are good but whats the point in getting the E6850 when you can easily overclock it passing those frequency.. I might be talking early but those CPU are suppose to overclock like crazy or just like the current series?
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Whats the diff btw e8200 and e8190?
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Hmmm, looks like I will be replacing my Q6600 soon.
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9550 for me!! woot
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I think that the E8200 will be a better choice in terms of price/performance is just like the E6750 (2.66GHz) or E6850 (3.0GHz) both are good but whats the point in getting the E6850 when you can easily overclock it passing those frequency.. I might be talking early but those CPU are suppose to overclock like crazy or just like the current series?
or you could compare it e6550 and e6750 and put the e8500 as e6860
it makes more sense
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Whats the diff btw e8200 and e8190?
the e8190 doesn't have virtualization support
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um what does that do exactly
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i am planning to order q6600 this week,but now......anyway should i wait for few months and get q9450????any help??
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