Page 1:Four On The Floor: Intel's Core 2 Quadro
Page 2:Can Eight Processors Fit Inside A CPU Package?
Page 3:Platforms: Intel 965 And 975X
Page 4:System Bus: FSB1066 Vs. FSB1333
Page 5:Core 2 Quadro: Record Performance!
Page 6:Test Setup
Page 7:Test Setup Table
Page 8:Benchmark Results
Page 13:Synthetics, Continued
Page 14:Conclusion: Core 2 Quadro Soups Up Performance
Page 15:What about AMD?
Core 2 Quadro: Record Performance!
Intel will introduce the Core 2 Quadro in mid-October at maximum clock speeds of 2.66 GHz. Speculation has it that Intel will offer this model featuring a Kentsfield core as Core 2 Extreme.
The Core 2 Duo is available with a minimum clock speed of 2.13 GHz. As past experience shows, Intel lowered the clock speed in doubling the CPU cores. Our processor samples could be overclocked to 3.33 GHz without even raising the core voltage. The sample was factory-set to a speed of 2.66 GHz and a bus speed of 266 MHz.
One test sample of the Core 2 Quadro ran completely stable at 3.33 GHz - with no core voltage increase!
The maximum clock speed that was reliable in the test was 3.4 GHz.
5,016 points for the CPU benchmark of 3DMark05 is a new record!
And there is another record: 10,841 points in PCMark 2005.
The readings for Sandra were completely off the wall.
Core 2 Quadro: As with the Core 2 Duo/Extreme, all functions are supported.
- Four On The Floor: Intel's Core 2 Quadro
- Can Eight Processors Fit Inside A CPU Package?
- Platforms: Intel 965 And 975X
- System Bus: FSB1066 Vs. FSB1333
- Core 2 Quadro: Record Performance!
- Test Setup
- Test Setup Table
- Benchmark Results
- Synthetics, Continued
- Conclusion: Core 2 Quadro Soups Up Performance
- What about AMD?