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Old 12-16-2005, 08:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is quite old now, but I realized it was never posted here. This is the first look at Yonah, the first dual core mobile chip from Intel.

Not bad, considering this is a mobile chip crippled by a 166FSB, not to mention no on-die memory controller. Hopefully they OC like Dothan's

I think with as close as it performed to the x2 3800 (both chips are clocked at 2Ghz), Conroe should be very impressive.

http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=2627&p=1
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Oh Hell yes. I hope they get their clockspeeds higher though, a slightly faster A64 still outdoes it.
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I haven't heard what the range of speeds are going to be yet. I would have to guess though that the desktop versions will be considerably faster.
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True, Mobiles do tend to be slower than the desktops. And they're only the first batch, so the speeds will probably go much higher. These are 65nm right?
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