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Intel 'Lynnfield' Core i5 750 and Core i7 870 Performance Testing

Core i7 LGA 1366 Intel shocked the high-end CPU performance world. Now Lynnfield LGA 1156 is set to change the mainstream playing field, too.

| Intel CPUs in CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs | Posted: Sep 8, 2009 2:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: Intel



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Not too long ago people were talking about the way that Intel had snatched back the performance crown from AMD. The P4 and Netburst was history, Conroe and its successors had done their job. But as we have mentioned before, once Intel gets rolling, they are hard to slow down.


They pushed out Nehalem, a native quad-core CPU, which ran a full three channels of RAM and eight threads per cycle. It simply trounced everything out, including older dual-quad core systems out at the time.


Of course these CPUs were not inexpensive; they and the boards to support them cost a lot of money. This did lead to some issue in adoption of the Nehalem/Core i7.


Well, Intel was not sitting back and waiting. They had plans for a dual channel memory version of Nehalem. But they wanted to make sure they provided some overlap in the way the CPU offerings worked.


This new architecture would not just be a lower powered version of Nehalem, it was going to be something very different and will set the mainstream world on its ear.


Tag along with us as we show you exactly what Lynnfield (both Core i5 and Core i7) have to offer you.


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