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    Default Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    Next month Intel is going to ship its first and only desktop hexa-core processor, the Core i7-980X with a modified cooler which is supposed to be both quieter and better performing than the current version.
    Intel is working on a small design change to the Core i7 980X Extreme Edition processor. The change covers the Intel thermal solution (HSF) only, and consists of a redesigned impeller that makes it quieter, overall. This is done by downsizing the edge of the impeller blades to 0.3 mm, and perforating the impeller hub (central portion connected to the motor). The slightly revised Core i7 980X Extreme Edition package should start shipping from June 7.



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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    Intel wasnt first, Amd started the first six core processor in 200usd.

    Btw, price koto?

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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    1000usd+ :d

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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    Quote Originally Posted by azim61 View Post
    Intel wasnt first, Amd started the first six core processor in 200usd.

    Btw, price koto?
    no where in there it said "Intel is the first".
    It said, "Intel's first".

    ---------- Post added at 13:53 ---------- Previous post was at 13:51 ----------

    also, amd's 6 core is meh. I'd prefer a powerful dual core over that any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    also, amd's 6 core is meh. I'd prefer a powerful dual core over that any day.
    You prefer highest clocked i3 over amd's hexa-core ? Why ?

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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    also, amd's 6 core is meh. I'd prefer a powerful dual core over that any day.
    may be a dual core is enough for now. but in future, you will need that 6 core or 4 core. & 200usd for a 6 core is a hell of a investment!! god bless AMD.

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    yes, and i am expecting for my AMD HDT90ZFBRBOX Phenom II 1090T Black Edition Six Core Processor with Asus Crosshair IV Formula Motherboard within this month,just cant wait...

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    U know what ? For a second, I thought that CvP is joking.

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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    Now intel is behaving like nvidia nd amd like ati. M i right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Devil View Post
    may be a dual core is enough for now. but in future, you will need that 6 core or 4 core. & 200usd for a 6 core is a hell of a investment!! god bless AMD.
    not even in near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    not even in near future.
    Oh really ? Prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    Oh really ? Prove it.
    please tell me for which work do you need this "puny-6-core" processor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    please tell me for which work do you need this "puny-6-core" processor?
    ATM, several applications, like - Paint.NET or TrueCrypt benifits from 6-cores. x264 HD and Cinebench benchmarks also shows great performance improvement in hexa-cores. Again, games like - R.U.S.E. and Napoleon - Total War also shows some extra graphics effects in hexa-cores. The difference will become larger in future. So, I'd say, if u have the money, then taking the i7-980X isn't a bad idea. It's the same senario when Q6600 first revealed, people used to say - "Taking a faster dual-core is a lot wiser decision than taking a slower quad-core."

    I was talking about hexa-cores. Now, don't use "not even in near future" kinds of words in case of quads too. :mellow:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    ATM, several applications, like - Paint.NET or TrueCrypt benifits from 6-cores. x264 HD and Cinebench benchmarks also shows great performance improvement in hexa-cores. Again, games like - R.U.S.E. and Napoleon - Total War also shows some extra graphics effects in hexa-cores. The difference will become larger in future. So, I'd say, if u have the money, then taking the i7-980X isn't a bad idea. It's the same senario when Q6600 first revealed, people used to say - "Taking a faster dual-core is a lot wiser decision than taking a slower quad-core."

    I was talking about hexa-cores. Now, don't use "not even in near future" kinds of words in case of quads too. :mellow:
    truecrypt? how many people has a use for that?
    media related benchmark for cpu? try a GPU instead (even more true for near future).

    And I wonder if an application like Paint.NET even requires "paying attention to" when you will not be using it most of the time.
    and if you are using Paint.NET all the time, you are obviously doing something wrong.


    the fact remains that AMD is not being innovative for which we all like AMD.
    they are just slapping up more cores together and to keep the price low, restricting them on the cache side.
    what they really need is to push out fusion instead of 6 core crap.
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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    @ CvP plz come into my house and use my quadcore cpu after then use my [email protected] or other dualcore cpu.
    then post here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    truecrypt? how many people has a use for that?
    media related benchmark for cpu? try a GPU instead (even more true for near future).

    And I wonder if an application like Paint.NET even requires "paying attention to" when you will not be using it most of the time.
    and if you are using Paint.NET all the time, you are obviously doing something wrong.


    the fact remains that AMD is not being innovative for which we all like AMD.
    they are just slapping up more cores together and to keep the price low, restricting them on the cache side.
    what they really need is to push out fusion instead of 6 core crap.
    Yeah, it's true that few people use paint.net and truecrypt. But, I was talking about the performance improvement.

    And, I don't understand the meaning of the bold line. What do u mean ? What u want a GPU to do ? Help CPU ? or do CPUs media related processes ? :S

    And, it's also true that, having 2 more cores won't improve the performance that much if they set low cache in them. And, AMD's CPUs aren't that optimized as Intel for gaming.

    But, after all.... How Core i3's are better than them ? See some core sensitive game's benchmarks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    Yeah, it's true that few people use paint.net and truecrypt. But, I was talking about the performance improvement.

    And, I don't understand the meaning of the bold line. What do u mean ? What u want a GPU to do ? Help CPU ? or do CPUs media related processes ? :S

    And, it's also true that, having 2 more cores won't improve the performance that much if they set low cache in them. And, AMD's CPUs aren't that optimized as Intel for gaming.

    But, after all.... How Core i3's are better than them ? See some core sensitive game's benchmarks.
    performance will always improve in some area. but that doesn't mean you are going to utilize it.
    if you are not, why get that?

    you don't "encode video" using CPU anymore. you do it using GPU. at least that's what advanced people (started to) do and in near future, everyone will.

    I never said don't get more than 2 cores. dual core is enough for most people.
    quad core helps when those people trips over dual core limit (for a small amount of time keep in mind).
    so getting a powerful quad core now is the best bet instead of a 6 core.

    when most applications will utilized 6 cores, you will have far better 6 core processors in market.
    so buy one of those in future.


    and anik, a "computer" performance hardly depends on solely cpu anymore. try a SSD instead of throwing money on cores.
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    +1 to CvP

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    performance will always improve in some area. but that doesn't mean you are going to utilize it.
    if you are not, why get that?

    I never said don't get more than 2 cores. dual core is enough for most people.
    quad core helps when those people trips over dual core limit (for a small amount of time keep in mind).
    so getting a powerful quad core now is the best bet instead of a 6 core.

    when most applications will utilized 6 cores, you will have far better 6 core processors in market.
    so buy one of those in future.
    All of these statements are right. But, I told before - "if u have the money, then taking the i7-980X isn't a bad idea." So, I'm not recommending everyone to get hexa-core. I was telling that, if u r a gamer or a professional, then in future, u'll have to take hexa-core. Sure, there'll be far better option around when some applications will start to use more than four cores. But, if u'r taking a quad right now, and u have a lot money, and don't want to upgrade again, then taking hexa-core isn't a bad idea.

    And yes, taking a good quad (e.g. i5 750) is best right now.

    But, I don't think that, saying the bold line is necessary. :mellow: Most people still doesn't need an add-on graphics card. So, what's the point of telling that in here ? Here in BG, or if u game, graphics card is a must. And, dual-cores isn't enough for gaming these days IMO. And, satisfaction is different thing. Some people will be satisfied in my crappy Pentium D, LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    and anik, a "computer" performance hardly depends on solely cpu anymore. try a SSD instead of throwing money on cores.

    you don't "encode video" using CPU anymore. you do it using GPU. at least that's what advanced people (started to) do and in near future, everyone will.
    The first para is true. But, not really true in case of gaming. Also, SSDs requires SATA 6Gb/s support in your mobo if u want full performance.

    And, about the second para, I can't talk about this. I don't have enough knowledge.

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    Default Re: Intel Redesigning Core i7 980X Stock HSF

    +1 to CvP ...but i will get the 1090T if i can get it....and yes i am totally willing to pay 400 USD for intel 160 SSD or 2x 80gb ones anytime...just have to collect the money....here is a comment Anand Lal Shimpi made about SSD vs HDD in one of his ssd reviews...

    I don’t know how else to say this: it’s an order of magnitude faster than a hard drive. It’s the difference between a hang glider and the space shuttle; both will fly, it’s just that one takes you to space. And I don’t care that you can buy a super fast or high flying hang glider either.

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