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Old 2nd April, 2008, 09:08 PM
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Intel's "Nehalem" Flirts With 3.2 GHz at IDF 2008

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Intel spills the rest of the beans on its new 45nm architecture, slated for launch this winter
Brandon Hill & Kristopher Kubicki - April 2, 2008 12:37 PM

With the launch and excitement of Intel's Silverthorne-based Atom processors behind it, Intel is turning its sights to the more salient and profitable next generation architecture for desktop, server, and mobile processors. [Front page...]
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Can't wait to see the new Xeons. One of the things you don't hear too often is the fact that PostgreSQL among other server based software groups still recommend to clients that they purchase much slower clocked AMD Barcelona based Opterons instead of higher clocking Intel Clovertown/Tigerton quad core chips.

Believe it or not, in a range of multi-threaded server applications, particularly at 2S and 4S scale, AMDs chips are still faster, sometimes a little, sometimes vastly.

Nehalem could be the chip that brings Intel out of the 1990s and back into the high end server game.
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AMD is still ahead in certain pockets of the marketplace? That's reassuring, they need to hang on with every fingernail they have.
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