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

    An Intel slide reveals that its Lynnfield and Havendale Nehalem parts won't arrive until Q3 2009, Bloomfield will stand alone until then.
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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    Q3 09!

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

    I like how linear and logical Intels naming system is if only Nvidia could follow a similar trend instead fo sticking things here and there all the time.

    Look forward to the lynnfield parts... that is if i can hold out without just buying bloomfield. The only gripe i have is... will triple channel memory bring us anything? Dual channel didnt really bring massive gains as far as i know so...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Look forward to the lynnfield parts... that is if i can hold out without just buying bloomfield. The only gripe i have is... will triple channel memory bring us anything? Dual channel didnt really bring massive gains as far as i know so...
    No-one knows how Nehalem responds to bandwidth yet, so tricky to say. However there might be a number of other differences between bloomfield and the rest, like ability to adjust CPU clock and possibly hyper-threading.

    Then again lynnfield parts might have a PCI-E interconnect built in, enabling very fast connection to graphics card.

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

    Long time before most of us will be upgrading to nehalem then.
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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciber View Post
    Long time before most of us will be upgrading to nehalem then.
    Knowing the Hexus lot I doubt it - there's a lot of people who look after their.. system

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

    Slightly annoying, makes me want to buy a Q9450 part now.

    No way I am jumping early, I remember the compatibility issues with the early i975 boards and the Core2Duo line.
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    Re: Headlines - Intel's Nehalem roadmap revealed: Lynnfield and Havendale in Q3 '09

    I've been condisering a system rebuild for about a month and had pretty much decided on an e8500 and then this announcement comes along... Quite tempted to wait. But not that tempted since I'm pretty budget constrained and quite eager to move on from my Pentium D 805!

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

    yeah wait then you will be able to build one sik pc....mite be able to make tea while u use it aswell

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

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    No-one knows how Nehalem responds to bandwidth yet, so tricky to say. However there might be a number of other differences between bloomfield and the rest, like ability to adjust CPU clock and possibly hyper-threading.
    I thought that 8 hardware threads was an integral part of all (quad core) Nehalem CPUs?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciber View Post
    Long time before most of us will be upgrading to nehalem then.
    why is that? whats wrong with bloomfield?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz View Post
    I thought that 8 hardware threads was an integral part of all (quad core) Nehalem CPUs?
    Hope so, but there was some murmoring that low end versions might have it disabled.

    Quote Originally Posted by j.o.s.h.1408 View Post
    why is that? whats wrong with bloomfield?
    Price, especially in the chipset department. Lynnefield will have a cheaper chipset and dual channel will mean motherboards are much cheaper, as well as cheaper to populate with RAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j.o.s.h.1408 View Post
    why is that? whats wrong with bloomfield?
    Basically yes the early adopter penalty can be quite harsh plus we won't need the extra horsepower for normal use for a long time yet. Mind you I've decided to wait for bloomfiled to arrive before i decide on my upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciber View Post
    Basically yes the early adopter penalty can be quite harsh plus we won't need the extra horsepower for normal use for a long time yet. Mind you I've decided to wait for bloomfiled to arrive before i decide on my upgrade.
    what are the chances of intel releasing stable nehalem processors/mobo's? i badly want a nehalem and i CANNOT wait till Q4 next year for the 2nd gen nehalem

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

    Quote Originally Posted by j.o.s.h.1408 View Post
    what are the chances of intel releasing stable nehalem processors/mobo's? i badly want a nehalem and i CANNOT wait till Q4 next year for the 2nd gen nehalem
    That's the question many of us are asking.

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    Wait and see. Good thigns come to those who wait, so they say.
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