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What Comes After Intel Core 2 Quad


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m.j.boylin

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Hi, does any one know what will come after Intel Core 2 Quad. Thanks
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Quad isnt fast enough for you? :whistling:
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i was just wondering
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Even further, the latest known codenames for future processors (perhaps based on a new post-Core microarchitecture) are Nehalem and Sandy Bridge (formerly known as Gesher), and little is known about either of them. Nehalem will be a 45 nm process debuting in 2008, followed by a 32 nm shrink codenamed Westmere (Nehalem-C), and Sandy Bridge will be 32 nm with a new microarchitecture debuting in 2010, provided that Intel stays on target with its roadmap.[35] In 2011, Intel will launch its first processor based on a 22 nm process. Based on Intel's cycle alternating new architectures and die shrinks every two years, it is currently assumed that this will be a shrink of Sandy Bridge.

Quote from this link: http://en.wikipedia....ture_processors

So it says very little is known about it. I'm interested also, I'm going to guess and say it will be 8 cores (double the quad).
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it will probably be something like intel core 4 oct (what ever the word of eight is) at 3.0Ghz
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it will probably be something like intel core 4 oct (what ever the word of eight is) at 3.0Ghz

AND I WANT ONE!!! :whistling:
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