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we were obviously quite exited when Intel announced it a few months ago.
Originally Posted by faugusztinPage 1 typo :
Originally Posted by ZeDestructor If we could get a K-series i3..... that'd be greeaaaatt.
Originally Posted by ZeDestructorIf we could get a K-series i3..... that'd be greeaaaatt.
Originally Posted by CombatusIt would be amazing - I think Intel would consider it too much of a competitor to its juicy i5's and i7's but we can live in hope!
Originally Posted by ZeDestructorI don't think so. For those of us buying the higher end chips, it's because we need the extra cores, especially with this new batch of games coming out, and the rise of virtualization and whatnot.
Then again, what do I know.. I run a laptop with 16GiB of RAM and twin SSDs to build cloudserver images...
Originally Posted by CombatusOh yes don't get me wrong - what I meant was that many of the Core i3's such as the Core i3-4130 feature Hyper-Threading so you get two additional cores, albeit virtual ones compared to the Pentium here, and as you can see from the graphs this makes a big difference in multi-threaded applications and the same would be true for games.
...so please bare with us...
Originally Posted by trintragularhttp://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2014/06/24/intel-pentium-g3258-review/2
Do you mean bear?
We set our sites at 4.5GHz having seen early reports a few weeks ago of retails hitting this mark
Originally Posted by Xlucine
Originally Posted by CombatusOkay, I'm blaming the fact I got very excited with the G3258 :D
Originally Posted by supermuchuriosWonder what AMD Andy would make of it?
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