Why would you or anyone else expect any major gains? Couple this with the fact that the intial 6 month release will most likely be high end only, and the un-overclockable mid range to follow I am just not understanding the Nehalem hype.
I think most people would agree, but this is the "Rumor Mill" section and this is completely new design of a a cpu and chipset.Not that bad, but they seem a little too close to the level of our current gens.
(Sorry for OT)yea i wanted to get fast ram but the specs on the x58's say their max supported speed is 1333 - ya think it'll support 1666 cards? i havent had much experience with ram as my current computer is er... old (see signature). it has only 2 ddr dimms.
offtopic sidenote (well BARELY related and i dont care to start a new thread on this): i've been looking up solid state drives and i'm wondering what the difference is between these two:
same size, same company, $700 difference.