Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by Infested Nexus, Apr 25, 2007.
so...weres the SLI?
sigh.......8 cores and for what? About 85% of the programs out there are either Single-core or Dual-core. (some of them do support more than 2 cores but have problems.)
Though on some part this is a good thing since it shows that technology is improving and simply stuck at one place but i wonder where will the limit be for this whole multi-core fiasco?
That looks amazing, but yeah whats the point?
there are only a few programs that use Dual Core.
Heck look how long 64bit has been out and they are FINALLY starting to use that right
Well we have to start to become good.
(the future)i can picutre it now, intel mobo covered entirely with cpu's and i'm tryin to find a place to push in a video card, 20 core mobo coming soon
Its a workstation. Normally workstations are used for maya, 3ds max etc. Which all support multi core cpu's.
Intel V8 Media Creation Platform - Dual Sockets - Dual Xeons
8 cores thats awsome , now try to overclock it aayyyyayyyyyy hot lol