ghnader hsmithot said:
Come on guys where is the proof?Dont tell me this and that until we see the real stuff.
Thats what we know so far. The rest is just info we have gotten via Intel and their road maps. Intel tends to give a lot of info up front but they save performance and a fer other details till later.
As for an affordable 6 core, I wouldn't doubt it. I mean they already have been using the 32nm process for a year and its probably getting easier to produce more than 4 cores. Quads were pretty much extreme in expense when they first came out but about one year after they hit, they dropped quite a bit. I think the Q6600 hit for $800+ and that was released in January 2007. I bought mine for $250 in October of 2007. Not bad for less than a year.