• Intel sees big increase in profit
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I bet sandy bridge was a huge help. Even I'm getting one.
Gee I wonder why
[QUOTE=Wheeze201;27398394]I bet sandy bridge was a huge help. Even I'm getting one.[/QUOTE] It says right there it's because of server solutions not desktop.
[QUOTE=BmB;27406846]It says right there it's because of server solutions not desktop.[/QUOTE] Sandybridge is the name of the architecture, its used in both desktop and server processors. [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge_(microarchitecture[/url])
I hope AMD catch up soon, I'm rooting for bulldozer, so Intel can't push their prices to the roof and still sell
[QUOTE=dude2193;27408529]Sandybridge is the name of the architecture, its used in both desktop and server processors. [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge_(microarchitecture[/url])[/QUOTE] Why would servers need to built in GPU?!
[QUOTE=BmB;27409843]Why would servers need to built in GPU?![/QUOTE] Wait, what? Sandy Bridge is a CPU architecture, as I understand, it does include an integrated GPU, but that doesn't change the fact that it's a CPU. And with the recent price drop on them, there's a perfectly good reason to use Sandy Bridge processors for servers.
I don't like Intel, they're causing their industry to become a monotony.
[QUOTE=tarkata14;27410233]Wait, what? Sandy Bridge is a CPU architecture, as I understand, it does include an integrated GPU, but that doesn't change the fact that it's a CPU. And with the recent price drop on them, there's a perfectly good reason to use Sandy Bridge processors for servers.[/QUOTE] And Sandy Bridge's main strength is vastly improved integrated GPU performance. So why would servers need it at all?
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