Fastest Intel Processors

Joel Jaeggli joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu
Fri Jan 11 12:11:05 EST 2002


The intial review I saw used an abit bd7 raid which an i845 based ddr 
mainboard... the voltage drop is from 1.7 to .1.475 volts which coupled 
with the die shrink seems to have knocked about 20 watts off the peak 
power consumption.

joelja

On Fri, 11 Jan 102, Mikhail Kuzminsky wrote:

> According to Joel Jaeggli
> > 
> > There are 2.2ghz p4's, these are based on the .13 micron northwood core 
> > rather than the willamete. to date I haven't heard of anyone having issues 
> > with these... drop one on your socket 478 mainbaord and go to town... ;)
> > 
>    As I understand, It'll be not right for all the motherboards.
> Northwood will have different available voltage values for different I
> (ampers), so you need really special VRM version which may be not
> present on your motherboard. At least for Tualatin core it's just
> as I said.
> 
> Mikhail Kuzminsky
> Zelinsky Inst. of Organic Chemistry
> Moscow
> 

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