I don't think that anyone is going to be doing 3d rendering in their car...
I just had a thought of how fast one of those new dual core intel chips on a board that hyperthreads would be.
right now there is only (1) board that will run the dual core w/ hyperthread and the chips are 3.2 ghz. Downside is that the processors are $1100 ea. ( OUCH !! )
Just throwing out my wish list / dreaming to see if anyone else has looked at that combination..
yea would be sweet. the good thing about that is it will last a long time. i got a 3.0ghz ht 2 years ago and it still can run all the new games nicely (thank you intel EDGE program for getting me it plus mobo and win xp pro for $200 when it cost about $800 regularly)
im hoping sony's cell performs, i think there is a lot of potential
well.. HyperThreading ISN'T 2 processors
Very very few applications can get performance boost with HT, and very few with dual core processors. They are used for very specific applications.
There was a recent review done by tom's hardware on Athlon 64 X2 VS Pentium D 840 (dual core cpus) showing almost 0 benefits for today's home cpu use. Even in big 3D games.
You'd be better to look for good processors with low voltage instead Dual core CPUs are going to need a lot more power than standard cpus too For almost 0 benefit for in-car use !
EDGE is Intel's reseller program. Like almost all companies (HP, Microsoft, Lexmark, etc.).
I am a computer hardware salesman and we get somes programs from these companies to get discounts on their products. I don'T know if these programs are open to everyone, but for Microsoft and HP we must be an employee of a company that sells these products. I've got a free dig. cam from HP using their program (www.hpinfolab.com)
I got a free cordless phone from lexmark, I can get some free software from Microsoft, and so on.
It isn't even close. The maximum theoretical benefit you can achieve is 17% (I believe this discounts the unrealistic cases like a program so small it fits entirely into the cache). Dual core can theoretically perform just *over* 2x as fast with particularly well suited real world cases. Normally it's going to less.Originally Posted by CapitaineFritz
Have you checked out Intel's power ratings for their dual core cpus. The amount of power each cpu requires is very scary. Try to run this in a car and you'll have a *lot* of problems getting enough power to it and then keeping it cool enough.
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I must have missed something, where did you find a dual core chip with hyperthreading? You either have one or the other, not both from what I saw. Point me to a specific processor if I am wrong, that should be interesting.Originally Posted by Don 944 LA
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The uber expensive "top of the line" Intel chips that are geared toward ppl with too much money have both.
Exteme Edition is the official name.