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    Question So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Everybody on these forums seems to talk about the new quad cores (plural) that have JUST been released?

    I see only 1 which is a QX9650 which is retailed at a very expensive price!

    So where are these other new quad cores?

    Also I really want to build a new rig now which is going to be futureproof for a while and so was wondering are there any mobos which support PCI 2.0, DDR 3 and CPU 1600Mhz FSB?

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mit321 View Post
    futureproof for a while
    love it.

    The lesser yorkfields are speculated for a January release so not long to go.

    Some of the X-38 motherboards support all those things
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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    I know I say futureproof for a while because so many ppl come on here saying they want a future proof pc, thats never going to happen! lol

    Thats strange as just looking at another rate my next build thread and one of the sneior members on these forums keeps going on about the Yorkfields "which have just been released", notice the plural of yorkfields...

    Also, I kind find a list of these neq yorkfields anywhere! Does anyone have a link to Specs/Possible RRP?

    Also all the X-38's i looked at had say 2 of those features but never all 3.....


    Thanks guys,

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    EDIT: I've also heard that since I'm from the UK, with the price of the Euro right now it was a good idea to buy from Germany???

    Anyone got any good German hardware sites?

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    I edited my original post with link if you missed it

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    I was just looking at that one lol but thats only PCI no PCI 2 ain't it?

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Expansion Slots:
    2 x PCI (32 bit)
    2 x PCI-Express (x1)
    3 x PCI-Express 2.0 (x16 Graphics)

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Nice Mobo, That'll still be only as futureproof as anything else. Nothing's really futureproof it's just how fast it ages. I'm guessing that one will be "futureproof" for a while.
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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    wow! I'm an idiot lol! I'm a little confused by all the numbers, will it support the next 1600 Mhz FSB Processors at full speed?

    Alsom I updated my second post with a question about the new cpus...

    Cheers,

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mit321 View Post
    wow! I'm an idiot lol! I'm a little confused by all the numbers, will it support the next 1600 Mhz FSB Processors at full speed?

    Alsom I updated my second post with a question about the new cpus...

    Cheers,

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    Sure does

    FSB/HT Speed: 1600 MHz

    it's all in the technical specifications tab

    not up on buying from germany i'm affraid.. someone may know though

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    ok so that seems to be the perfect motherboard for me, does anyone have a link with the specs of the lesser yorkfields/pricing?

    Also, anyone got any comments on the Germany Idea?

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Anyone?

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Yay cheers mate it looks to me as if the Q4950 is best for me, but I really wanted 1600MHZ FSB but thats only supported by the Extreme Quads which are frankly too expensive.

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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mit321 View Post
    but I really wanted 1600MHZ FSB
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    Re: So where are these new 45nm/Yorkfield Quad Cores?

    So I guess I'll have to wait till January to make it

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    Are there any performance reviews between the current 45nm chips and these new Yorkfields about?
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