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« on: March 07, 2008, 11:33:50 PM »

Check this story out, Intels producing more than a 100,000 45nm cpus a day. Thats a lot!
http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/36367/118/
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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2008, 04:22:56 AM »

It's about damn time!  Finally, the Yorkfields and Wolfdales may actually achieve their claimed production rate for Q2 08 and beyond.  Let's all hope this is true, let there be no more delays.   Wink
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« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2008, 03:22:39 PM »

http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20080307105007_Yorkfield_Processors_to_Start_Selling_Next_Week.html

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« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2008, 12:21:19 AM »

I just ordered my Q9450 from shopblt.com.  However, I might be getting the second shipment because their local warehouse (Fullerton, CA) has already reached the maximum incoming shipments and I'm number 20th in line over the incoming threshold:



No worries though.  I'm probably going to end up getting a Q9550 instead.  I'm waiting for the first few people to receive their retail Q9450s so I can see if anyone can actually make it to 4.0GHz safely without hitting any FSB walls (as I am very doubtful).  If no one can make it safely, I will get the Q9550 probably on the 2nd day of release and cancel my order for the Q9450 (since I'll probably be getting 2nd shipment anyways).  And YES, I am willing to pay the price premium for a Q9550 - and I DGAF if it's $1.34 for each of the extra 166 megahertz - must reach 4GHz!  Shocked
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« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2008, 05:53:18 PM »

Lol, I think i'll stick with my Pentium D.
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« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2008, 03:51:21 PM »

I just ordered my Q9450 from shopblt.com.  However, I might be getting the second shipment because their local warehouse (Fullerton, CA) has already reached the maximum incoming shipments and I'm number 20th in line over the incoming threshold:

No worries though.  I'm probably going to end up getting a Q9550 instead.  I'm waiting for the first few people to receive their retail Q9450s so I can see if anyone can actually make it to 4.0GHz safely without hitting any FSB walls (as I am very doubtful).  If no one can make it safely, I will get the Q9550 probably on the 2nd day of release and cancel my order for the Q9450 (since I'll probably be getting 2nd shipment anyways).  And YES, I am willing to pay the price premium for a Q9550 - and I DGAF if it's $1.34 for each of the extra 166 megahertz - must reach 4GHz!  Shocked

I doubt you can reach 4GHz... 3.6GHz should be achiveable... the FSB wall will hit between 450 and 470MHz... and for more you lack te multiplier... get an QX9650 instead if you want to be sure to get 4.00GHz. But I guess 3.60GHz is fast enough even for more straining games Smiley

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« Reply #6 on: March 27, 2008, 07:35:18 PM »

I just ordered my Q9450 from shopblt.com.  However, I might be getting the second shipment because their local warehouse (Fullerton, CA) has already reached the maximum incoming shipments and I'm number 20th in line over the incoming threshold:

No worries though.  I'm probably going to end up getting a Q9550 instead.  I'm waiting for the first few people to receive their retail Q9450s so I can see if anyone can actually make it to 4.0GHz safely without hitting any FSB walls (as I am very doubtful).  If no one can make it safely, I will get the Q9550 probably on the 2nd day of release and cancel my order for the Q9450 (since I'll probably be getting 2nd shipment anyways).  And YES, I am willing to pay the price premium for a Q9550 - and I DGAF if it's $1.34 for each of the extra 166 megahertz - must reach 4GHz!  Shocked

I doubt you can reach 4GHz... 3.6GHz should be achiveable... the FSB wall will hit between 450 and 470MHz... and for more you lack te multiplier... get an QX9650 instead if you want to be sure to get 4.00GHz. But I guess 3.60GHz is fast enough even for more straining games Smiley

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But that's why I'm getting a Q9550.  With a ~470MHz FSB limit and an 8.5x multiplier, that gives a theoretical ~4.0GHz frequency, which is very doable.
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« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2008, 09:59:21 PM »

But that's why I'm getting a Q9550.  With a ~470MHz FSB limit and an 8.5x multiplier, that gives a theoretical ~4.0GHz frequency, which is very doable.

or you get a CPU With 430MHz FSB ... and you'll cry Wink


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« Reply #8 on: March 28, 2008, 09:27:56 AM »

But that's why I'm getting a Q9550.  With a ~470MHz FSB limit and an 8.5x multiplier, that gives a theoretical ~4.0GHz frequency, which is very doable.

or you get a CPU With 430MHz FSB ... and you'll cry Wink


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I doubt it.  The Q9550s are basically higher binned Q9450s, so a low FSB wall like that would seem improbable.
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« Reply #9 on: April 02, 2008, 08:56:52 AM »

I doubt it.  The Q9550s are basically higher binned Q9450s, so a low FSB wall like that would seem improbable.

You can doubt what you want... You can get an Q9450 with 430MHz FSB wall and another Q9450 with 470MHz FSB wall. A higher binning doesn't say anything about FSB wall.


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