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Wednesday, 19 September 2007 19:21

Yorkfield is between 7 and 63 percent faster

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IDF 2007: Than Core 2 Quad at the same clocks

Intel gave away the first numbers about the soon to be launched Yorkfield 3.0GHz CPU versus Core 2 Quad FSB 1333 at the same speed.


In Photoshop CS3 it will give you a seven percent speed increase, Cinebench 10 will give you eight percent, Adobe Aftereffects CS3 gains 10 percent and Half Life 2 Lost Coast will get a 13 percent gain.


In Intel optimized Divx 6.61 with Virtual Dub, Intel claims that its SSE 4.1 which is a part of the 45nm Penryn core, combined with 12 MB of cache can run up to 63 percent faster.


This is what Intel claims, but you will see the independent benchmarks on the 12th of November when the company plans to reveal this new desktop part.

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