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    IDF :: Quad core QX6700 pictured

    Wanna a see what a quad core Core 2 Extreme CPU looks like? Come on then...



    http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=6845
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    wow, huge eyebrows (nice chip too )
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    He's holding it upside down

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    Can't help but think that looks like 2 chips soldered together... What an ugly CPU . (I'd still want one however ;D)

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    OMG, he lapped the cores and voided the warranty!
    (pretty poor lapping job too!)

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    Can't help but agree with oOLimesOo..what an ugly chip, luckily there's IHS..

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    wtf.. who cares what the chip looks like?! , give me the damn chip!!
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    To pieces of silicon glued to the same package. Is that really quad core, or just dual dual core?

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    It's 2 Conroes sharing the same FSB, I think. AMD's quad implementation will be more sophisticated, but isn't due for over 6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jharne View Post
    To pieces of silicon glued to the same package. Is that really quad core, or just dual dual core?
    It's just like the old P4 "dual-core" chips innit? Two P4s glued onto the same bit of plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleski View Post
    It's 2 Conroes sharing the same FSB, I think. AMD's quad implementation will be more sophisticated, but isn't due for over 6 months.
    Intel will also have a 'true' quad core chip in due course.
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    sounds like a hak ... how long a wate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barkotron View Post
    It's just like the old P4 "dual-core" chips innit? Two P4s glued onto the same bit of plastic.
    Only the 900-series, the 800-series were single die processors.

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    its psuedo quad core! none the less he looks happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by father smurf View Post
    sounds like a hak ... how long a wate?
    Borat? is that you?

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    it's coming out this november.
    It'll tell us what a quad core cpu can do to your computer.

    I think this fake quad core is not as good as the future real one. It's just like the Pentium D. But the conroe is much better than pentium.

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