[nycbug-talk] Anyone using Pentium-D?
hanulec at hanulec.com
Fri Jul 1 00:35:05 EDT 2005
Pentinum-D is p4 based. this style of intel dual core architecture have
two cores sharing the same fsb. intel has about two or three other
designs in the works. they will be coming out w/ a p3-based centrino
single socket/dual core platform which seems cool (in technology and
wattage) but that will require another motherboard sytle, etc.
right now (or maybe until intel really changes their game plan) your
better off w/ the athlon64 or opteron dual cores (which will support quad
cores in 2007). the amd architecture really shines when accessing memory
in dual core configs.
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On Tue, 28 Jun 2005, Charles Sprickman wrote:
> Hey all,
> I'm really bad at keeping up on all the processor news out there. It took
> Apple's x86 announcement for me to find out about Intel's dual-core chips
> (pentium-d). Other than the glossies on the intel site, has anyone here
> toyed with these things?
> I've been shopping for some low-end dual processor stuff (used) in the
> neighborhood of dual PIII-1GHz. Is the D based on P4 or PIII? Is it a
> lemon, a stopgap, or a cost-efficient way to get dual processors without
> going to Xeons?
> Any input is appreciated, I'm not up to speed on the latest and greatest (or
> Charles Sprickman
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