Intel to launch 3.2GHz Yorkfield with 1600MHz FSB?

Posted on Saturday, Sep 29 2007 @ 00:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla claims Intel has another trick up its sleeves: a 3.2GHz Yorkfield processor with a 1600MHz FSB and 12MB L2 cache. The site claims this chip will be launched in November.
This CPU is supposed to last from November till February when Intel will probably have a faster iteration that can replace this one.

We are quite sure that you will need X38 if not even X48 chipset to make it work and I guess that DAAMIT didn't expect such an aggressive move from Intel at the 45 nanometre quad core extreme launch.


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Re: Intel to launch 3.2GHz Yorkfield with 1600MHz FSB?
by Anonymous on Saturday, Sep 29 2007 @ 03:45 CEST
Now THAT is an EXTREME edition CPU :)

*ready the checkbook!*