As on 08.09 must be drawn on Intel processors with three new models are: Intel is on this day the three Core i7-5 and models based on the "Lynnfield" core before, according to current, expensive, "Bloomfield" Core i7-based models in the series to make it Lynnfield, the Nehalem technology also offer at an attractive price point. We have the processors by a large benchmark suite hunted, but present architectural details and respond to the technology and overclocking features.
First a personal note: Intel's processors have already been tested in July on a number of Asian sites, where you could see as Europeans, at least the performance and technical features. In August, already a German print magazine reported on the new processors, still larger amounts of the processors in August came on the market, for this reason, it is perhaps not surprising that you could inform an interested Internet users even before the official launch of all the details of tests and reviews.
However, as we have always kept quiet, because we are at a press briefing a Non-Disclosure Agreement Confidentiality Agreement came in, to get access to all Lynnfield relevant first-hand information and verify not half-truths from the Internet to have. This is the one more comfortable but also safer, because you can information that comes from Intel itself, as a valid call.
The disadvantage of this NDA is that we are now much more present with our test hardly news, and instead just can thoroughly and write about the presented processors. In times of fast Internet sites only for one but the page impressions that you get through these tests usually do not, because every major website will now report on the subject.
The lure of other Web sites, to report before the official launch of the processors, so we can understand, since we are also our readers who have read a lot about Lynnfield, want to offer something new, we have for this reason, initial test results of Clarkdale CPU (later i3 and i5-6xx-series) in 32-nm technology entered with, because we have no official NDA for this processor.
We have this processor, like so many other websites that already get via third party channels, much will be found but not in this review to the CPU, this is the launch in January 2010, far too many things and the processor are untapped. For an actual, serious review of this processor so it's still far too early, therefore we treat this matter more narrowly.
Intel's new Lynnfield processors aimed at the buyer who wants to buy a fast PC at a good price point, the processors should therefore cover the middle class of customers including, in particular among the players. To enthusiasts, the Core i7 9xx care with the Bloomfield core, through the triple-channel memory interface and is more expensive motherboards, but much more expensive to buy.
Saving PCs will be available with the Lynnfield but certainly not as cost four cores and a decent board and a few bucks thus, very cheap computer will remain on Intel's older Core 2 Duo and Quad technology are on the market until January 2010 also the changing of the guard takes place.