Intel C2E QX6850 Leads the Market @ 1333 MHz FSB

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  1. Unknown Soldier

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    Oh wow! AMD better hope there K10 is gonna preform since we know the QX6800 preforms, so the QX6850 should be even mightier.

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    And bare in mind Peryn, which should be a lot faster again shouldn't be too far behind the QX6850.

    Yes K10 had better be damn fast! I personally hope K10 wipes the floor with Peryn, it needs to to restore balance to the industry but I just don't see it happening somehow.
     
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    Penryn is just a dual-core for notebooks.
    The real face-off in the high end quad-core desktop space will be between AMD's "AgenaFX" and Intel's "Yorkfield".
     
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    Thanks for the link, got my eyes fixed on a Penryn CPU now! :shock:
     
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    Penryn is a family, not a specific implementation of it. Yorkfield is a Penryn processor, f.e.
     
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