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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    Anyone know when Core i5/ Lynnfield/ Havendale are looking likely to be released? It looks like I might need to rebuild soon, so I'm wondering what might be on the horizon. When I googled, one site was stating early 09 release another was saying it was pushed back to mid 2009, others show the intel roadmap showing Q3 2009. What do we know?
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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    I saw a news article at Tech Report that was talking about release being delayed until sometime around July - September this year.

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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    I would be cautios about i5, it remains to be seem what market Intel want these to be aimed at. Although the roadmap points to the mainstream, there are a lot of features which could make you look at i7 instead. Rumours of the inclusion of PPLs are building which could mean no bus tweaking, but rather multiplier tweaker which Intel only unlocks on the highest end CPU in the past. We also arnt sure how the PCI-E bus is calculated, whether this is based on the BCLK, if so, then any movement in the base could have a dramatic effect on the system. We will have to wait and see what Intel makes available to motherboard producers as they usually find a way around this sort of thing, but if there is no external bus due to the use of PPLs or some other type of internal clock generation, it could make overclocking nearly impossible.

    Though these rumours could be false in which case overclocking should be a sinch, again, we will have to wait.

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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    Good points, thanks
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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

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    I would be cautios about i5, it remains to be seem what market Intel want these to be aimed at. Although the roadmap points to the mainstream, there are a lot of features which could make you look at i7 instead. Rumours of the inclusion of PPLs are building which could mean no bus tweaking, but rather multiplier tweaker which Intel only unlocks on the highest end CPU in the past. We also arnt sure how the PCI-E bus is calculated, whether this is based on the BCLK, if so, then any movement in the base could have a dramatic effect on the system. We will have to wait and see what Intel makes available to motherboard producers as they usually find a way around this sort of thing, but if there is no external bus due to the use of PPLs or some other type of internal clock generation, it could make overclocking nearly impossible.
    What part of the mainstream is interested in overclocking? Overclocking is for enthusiasts, which is what the i7 is aimed at.

    Absolute budget overclockers (who enjoy overclocking regardless of overall performance) should look to AMD black edition chips.

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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    There were rumours about nehalem/i7 not overclocking as well though. It turned out that i7 overclocks very well indeed.
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