FUD Zilla reports Intel showed off a Lynnfield-based system at the Intel Developer Forum. The funny thing is the system was running Evans & Sutherland Galze 3.0 - a ten-year old OpenGL application.
Although we're still about a year away from the actual launch, Intel was showing off a running Lynnfield system during IDF. The demo wasn't exactly what we'd call impressive, as the system was just running a copy of Evans & Sutherland Galze 3.0 which is a fairly old OpenGL application as you can see from the screen shot below as the application is dated 1998.
Despite this, you can see the four cores running as well as four Hyper Threading threads in the Windows task manager's CPU usage meter. There were no details on the system itself, but at least it shows that the CPUs are working, despite the early silicon.