Considering how Macs just got Core i7 or Core i5, I was wondering if PC motherboard makers were looking to come out with or have come out motherboard chipsets that supports TWO Core i7 or Two Core i5's. A twin Core i7 would probably blow a Mac clear out of the water. Would be cool if we had that. Maybe a dumb question, but I'd love to know. Thanks in advance for the answers.
Avoid the 550X series as they don't have HyperThreading. If you are looking to build a gaming PC, these probably aren't a good idea (You are probably better off with a desktop core i7). Also make sure you get the right RAM for these. Be aware if you only buy a single processor that you can only fill half the RAM slots.
Make sure you do your homework (With Motherboard Factors, Power Supplies, Audio), or you will get burned.