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Novo socket para o P4 3.06GHz?

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Zealot, 13 de Agosto de 2002. (Respostas: 10; Visualizações: 1102)

  1. Zealot

    Zealot I quit My Job for Folding

    Pentium 4 3.06GHz Incompatible with Predecessors?

    This French site shared with the public some pretty interesting info. The guys claim that one of their sources, referring to some confidential document, anticipates that Pentium 4 processors working at over 3GHz core frequency will be incompatible with the today’s Socket478 mainboards.

    Of course, this statement is not ungrounded. Firstly, you should remember that starting from 3.06GHz Pentium 4 CPUs will get HyperThreading technology. I assume that Intel might be using some additional reserved pins of the Pentium 4 CPUs to ensure the proper implementation of this technology. In this case the compatibility of the new Pentium 4 CPUs and the today’s mainboards comes in big question.

    However, there is one more reason for the new Pentium 4 with over 3GHz core clock to be unable to work in regular mainboards. Although all today’s Pentium 4 processors are manufactured with 0.13micron technology, their heat dissipation is pretty high. As the frequency grows higher (the maximum for the today’s Northwood core is 3.2GHz), the heat dissipation will also increase. Present day mainboards were designed for CPUs dissipating not more than 77W of heat. However now Intel asks its partners to doublecheck and maybe even redesign some of their solutions bearing in mind that the Cpus will dissipate up to 82W of heat. Of course, higher heat dissipation may push mainboard makers to redesign their products not only to allow using bigger coolers, but also to increase the reliability of the processor power supply circuits. According to the today’s guidelines, the CPUs are getting 60A current, while according to the new specs, this number is 70A.

    As a result, the compatibility of the today’s mainboards with the new fast Pentium 4 CPUs is really quite doubtful. However, the situation will be cleared very soon, I suppose. The first Pentium 4 from the "risky group" working at 3.06GHz is to come in Q4.


    Fonte: http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/story.html?id=1029210281
     
  2. Strakata

    Strakata [email protected] Member

    Então..... à 3ª é de vez :-D
     
  3. SUp3rFM

    SUp3rFM Guest

    Se há coisa que me irrita na Intel são estas constantes mudanças de sockets que obrigam a upgrades completos por parte dos users. Parecem a MS...
     
  4. Gandalf

    Gandalf I fold therefore I AM

    Irra .. ja e o 3º socket para isto .. a ver vamos.
     
  5. SKATAN

    SKATAN Suspenso

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAH


    eu não acredito ...


    tenho aqui uma a7v133 1.05v em casa aposto que vai ser compativel com os barton


    mesmo assim isso custa-me a acreditar :eek:
     
  6. hmf

    hmf Power Member

    Não me admirava nada !!!, não percebo o que estes tipos da intel andam a pensar !!!, devem tar com os copos novamente ...
     
  7. SkyWalker

    SkyWalker Power Member

    A velha luta entre a Intel e a AMD, leva-a a estar constantemente a mudar de socket, não sei se repararam mas o Hammer fisicamente, visto do exterior aproxima-se muito dos actuais P4.
    Daí a Intel quere-se antecipar e mudar já para outro socket.
     
  8. Crusher

    Crusher Power Member

    O que é que a guerra entre elas têm a ver com a mudança do socket?

    Pois agora avalia-se os CPUs pela aparencia. :D

    Eles vão mudar (talvez) de skt por causa das razões que foram apresentadas pela noticía.
    Agora se isto vai acontecer só prova que a Intel falta-lhe a capacidade de projectar seja o que for... este episódio deu mais enfâse aquilo que disse.

    Mas eu calculo que isto seja para que o Prescott também não desse problemas com o skt478?
     
  9. Dracula

    Dracula Power Member

    Parece k n vai haver novo Socket!

    "Hyperthreading will allow Pentium 4s microprocessors to execute instruction threads in parallel, and no motherboard tracing route changes will be needed to make it work, it appears.

    Intel claims that it will give immediate performance on most existing applications, and a much bigger boost for applications designed to support multi-threading.

    And Intel is already ready to sample 2.53GHz and 2.8GHz CPUs using the technology before the launch, round about now. These will allow its partners to enable BIOSes. By the beginning of September, Intel will sample 3.06GHz CPUs, making more samples available during September, and readying for the launch of the 3.06GHz part, perhaps as early as November.

    What about the chipsets then? The A-stepping of the 845G has no HT support. This particular chipset will actively disable HT at boot time, and the 845GL remains a 400MHz FSB, so that won't work either.

    Intel will produce a B-step 845G chipset in September which will support hyperthreading. Springdale G/P, and the 845GV, 845GE and 845PE will also support HT by default. Existing 850E and 845E already support hyperthreading by default, with just BIOS enabling needed. "

    Parece k alguns Chip's7's é k n vao suportar... :P



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  10. SkyWalker

    SkyWalker Power Member

    Lol, Parece que nos próximos modelos não!

    Mas a intel acabara por lançar novo socket.
     
  11. WarLock

    WarLock Power Member

    .09 micron isso e que sim


    venha venha !!!
     

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