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Tuesday, 04 November 2008 07:07

Core i7 965 in the lab reaches 4GHz

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Preview: New Architecture with tricky settings


You may have wondered why we did not pop up with the Core i7 review yesterday, but be assured we are testing it intensively. While the 45nm Core 2 Duos were just a evolutionary step, Nehalem is a new architecture. Everything new brings problems or at least unexpected results, so we had to dig much deeper to understand how it works. Therefore, we give you an overview and some background information today, while the benches will arrive when our extensive tests are completed.

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