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Intel Lynnfield to do 5GHz on air cooling?

Posted on Wednesday, June 03 2009 @ 20:17:08 CEST by

Bit Tech heard rumors that Intel's Core i5 "Lynnfield" will overclock really well, the site writes early samples are hitting 5GHz on nothing more than air cooling. The sources also said Turbo mode will likely add an extra 600MHz in single-threaded applications.
Our sources indicated that you are, in fact, likely to see an extra 600MHz for free in single threaded apps. This means the rumoured high-end 3.2GHz Lynnfield chip will hum along at 3.8GHz in some workloads, which is much more than the current Core i7 processors, which get an extra 200MHz or so for free when there’s power to spare.

This obviously means great things for overclocking and contrary to other reports we’ve read on the ‘net, it looks like Lynnfield is going to hit those 1GHz+ overclocks we’ve seen on the current Core i7 chips because 5GHz is “easily achievable,” said one source. Another said that they’d hit 5GHz “with very little effort,” which could make for some exciting times if you’re a cost-conscious enthusiast.



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