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    Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    How about a live blog format? Refresh often!

    http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=453

    The info will be rough and there might be typos !!
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    Re: Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    Sure is quiet in here.

    What's the iA+ in the Larrabee slides?

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    Re: Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    It means Intel Architecture (basicaly x86) and the + just means it will "new" and "fun" architecture improvements for this segment of the market.
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    Re: Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    ah ... market speak, not engineer talk

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    Thumbs up Re: Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    Good info!!

    Intel is just pouring on the coal with all their projects/announcements in the past year. I kinda think its insane that they are actually managing to stick to the whole tick tock strategy, amazing how fast things seem to be progressing.

    I really wonder where the whole Larrabee thing is heading, for some reason when I think Intel I just still can't picture a competitive graphics solution, not saying it won't be but it just doesn't seem to fit anything outside of basic igp.
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    Re: Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    did intel say if they are using a third party to manufacture the water blocks? and are they including the entire water cooling system? it would be nice to have one if intel is willing to provide warranty for the entire setup should damage from a leak occur.

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    Re: Intel IDF Coverage begins..

    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    Good info!!

    Intel is just pouring on the coal with all their projects/announcements in the past year. I kinda think its insane that they are actually managing to stick to the whole tick tock strategy, amazing how fast things seem to be progressing.

    I really wonder where the whole Larrabee thing is heading, for some reason when I think Intel I just still can't picture a competitive graphics solution, not saying it won't be but it just doesn't seem to fit anything outside of basic igp.
    Remember that they just bought out Havok ... lots of possibilities with Larrabee + physics

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