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Old 06-01-2006, 09:22 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yea, the Core Duo were not true dual core I believe, I mean they were dual-core, but not on the same die. Core 2 will be true dual core though, and so Core 2 duo will be two true dual core CPUs on one die. Pretty intense ... Intel will have to get 4 cores on a die before going to octo-core, getting four true dual core CPUs on one die won't be easy. (not sure if it's going to be octo, just a guess :P)
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Yea, the Core Duo were not true dual core I believe, I mean they were dual-core, but not on the same die. Core 2 will be true dual core though, and so Core 2 duo will be two true dual core CPUs on one die. Pretty intense ... Intel will have to get 4 cores on a die before going to octo-core, getting four true dual core CPUs on one die won't be easy. (not sure if it's going to be octo, just a guess :P)
I remember seeing a concept of a quad core processor, with 2 cores per die, not 4. There was just 4 dies. But I think it was probably just a photoshop job someone did.

Woodcrest is going to be amazing. Practically 2x Core 2 Duos on one chip.
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Woodcrest will be amazing but the Clovertowns are just two Woodcrests on one Chip making a quad core monster or a 8 core monster if you count hyper threading. CLOVERTOWN baby.
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Woodcrest will be amazing but the Clovertowns are just two Woodcrests on one Chip making a quad core monster or a 8 core monster if you count hyper threading. CLOVERTOWN baby.
Mmmmmm delicious.
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Mmmmm Woodcrest :drool:
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I not sure hyperthreading will work well with conroe. It worked with P-4 semi-well because of the really long pipelines. Conroe uses very short pipelines which dont go along well with hyperthreading.
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