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Speed limits on P4 could open window for AMD

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por D1S0RD3R, 9 de Setembro de 2002. (Respostas: 1; Visualizações: 799)

  1. D1S0RD3R

    D1S0RD3R Banido

    THE MOST RECENT roadmap we saw from the Intel Corporation warns motherboard makers that with the introduction of 3.06GHz Pentium 4 in Q4, the designers are creating a somewhat new die layout for the Northwood process

    But with the introduction of 512K cache "Barton" AMD XP chips, we think that Intel may well be giving the smaller chip company a real chance to catch up again on the clock speed front, irrespective of any Clawhammer introductions in Q4 this year or Q1 the next

    In fact, the roadmaps only show Intel able to reach something like 3.20GHz on Pentium 4s, and AMD might well have an additional lease of life in the constantly changing Megahurts Madness both firms play.

    The same roadmaps show Intel has to swap to a 90 nanometer process for the Pentium 4 to achieve higher clock speeds. While some people are speculating that Intel may demo machines clocking at significantly higher frequencies at the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose this week, the new chemistry AMD is producing could give Chipzilla some real headaches

    We're confident that Intel will be able to produce the 90 nano technology, but the P4 at 90 nano surely has to be the end of the road for this particular design.

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  2. SkyWalker

    SkyWalker Power Member

    E depois....

    Bem a intel deve mudar para uma nova arquitectura, mas sinceramente a intel deve ter em laboratório uma possível linha de processadores para os próximos 5 anos, o problema seriam os preços produção de alguns deles, entretanto vai lançando novas versões dos actuais P4.

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