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Intel Core i7 - everything that Core 2 should have been  - Intel Core i7 - everything that Core 2 should have been
Mon, November 03 2008 | 3:58PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Earlier today we took an in-depth look at the architecture of Intel's newest microprocessor. We surmised that it took the guts of award-winning Core 2 and whilst not adding that much more to pure execution power, it removed many of the interface and bandwidth constraints that held that design in check. Core 2 was already faster than AMD's Phenom X4, so it was a case of Intel extending performance leadership in the mid-range and high-end desktop space, as well as solidifying its server/workstation offerings. Now, though, we take a look at the desktop Core i7 and see just how fast it really is."
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