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    I don't mean to be rude, but if you just post links you end up looking like an intel bot.
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    Sorry, home sick today..

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    umm we have known about hafnium transistors since september / november 07... all the 45nm intel stuff uses hafnium transistors
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    I like the sounds of this better though:

    In another world's first, Intel has demonstrated its 32nm logic process with a functional SRAM packing more than 1.9 billion second generation high-k metal gate transistors. It's a monumental step towards delivering 32nm microprocessors in 2009—and a great leap towards developing significant density, performance, and power improvements beyond today's 45nm technology.
    http://www.intel.com/technology/arch..._45nm+rhc_32nm

    32nm 8 core 16 threaded beast with on die memory controller (running at 4Ghz?)...

    That is my next upgrade after my hafnium E8400!

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    Yep. That's nehalem.
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    ya my e6600 is gonna carry me to nelaham... cus TBH if you currently have a c2d or c2q theres no point to upgrading to the 45nm stuff right now. cus nelaham is just going to blow it away.
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