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Whats the next best, and when?


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Steve Soleimani

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the new macbook pros look outstanding. with either i5 or i7 intel core processors. but the question lies at this...what and when is the "next" best thing that will out do the i7 processor? for exmaple, i9? and when could this be expected to be used in the market for new laptops.

Edited by Steve Soleimani, 14 June 2010 - 07:46 AM.

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Lister192065

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I'll go for laptops with Skulltrail support for the i7

2x4 processors ftw :)
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Wikipedia: List of future Intel microprocessors
http://en.wikipedia....microprocessors

guru3d.com: Intel plans faster Hexacore Core i7 990X in Q4
http://www.guru3d.co...-i7-990x-in-q4/
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Steve Soleimani

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thats awesome. i was recently in the apple store talking about the new mac book pros and how they just recently assed the i5 and i7 to the new line of pros and the thing thats annoying is what if you get a new pro and then this new Hexacore Core i7 990X comes out in Q4. will apple in the next year then include those?
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Then next may be an octacore (8), then a dodecacore (12), and then a hexadecacore (16).

"He who rejects change is the architect of decay."

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