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    Intel enabling HT on Core i5s??



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    Re: Intel enabling HT on Core i5s??

    If true it would make Intel CPUs even harder to tell apart though. Even more marget-segmentation would make Intel desktop as bad or worse than their mobile parts.
    This being Intel, they'll probably take something else off instead but disabling some instructions or feature.

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    Re: Intel enabling HT on Core i5s??

    That would be very interesting, though 100W isn't a speed bump that is an overclock isn't it

    I notice the rumours of embedding an AMD GPU are doing the rounds again as well, though that probably makes more sense as a laptop part. Would be interesting to have an 8 thread i5 with decent graphics, but in a desktop part the thermals could be crazy.

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    Re: Intel enabling HT on Core i5s??

    The only way I see Intel taking that route is if it plans to give all i7s at least six/eight cores.
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