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none of the 754 cpu's are going to be these new things...not until the 939 is in full production with it and its working out great

 

then again i could be wrong but AMD is focusing heavy on their 939 lines and moving 754 to Sempron 32-bit

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doesn't seem like it. check it out and you'll see i have version 0.6 but the process technology still says SOI. i think that the SSOI is only going to be on the 90nm(winchester and beyond) cpu's.

 

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Originally posted by beo

I belive 3400+ NC desktop cpu's after week 32 are using SSOI, a few people are talking about it over at xs forum. I have a week 33 3400+ NC and it does 2800mhz with only 1.65V :D

 

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What about 3700+, or mobile/DTR 3700+, then? Are these also available with SSOI?

 

and to omga14 - the only chips that have SSOI right now are 130nm... I'm not sure what's this 90nm business you're talking about ;)

 

EDIT: 3700+ 2.88GHz on 1.53vcore! Just think of what I could do with 2.11... Why, that would own all those silly Winchesters :D

 

Damn, I'm so excited now.. must resist buying a new CPU.. but can't.

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.There are NO *confirmed* SSDOI CPU's other than the FX-55 which is 130nm, and im not sure about the 4000+... There have been rumors about others having it, but its been proven pretty false quickly elsewhere..

 

But, why argue? its even better if they arent running SSDOI right now, cuz the oc's are starting to get pretty good! :D

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strained silicon is not SSDOI

it is the first step of strained silicon

 

SSDOI is AMDS next process which is still in the works it is 90nm and will be the venice core. SOI which is the current process, also incorportaing SS tech

 

im still more excited of getting a clawhammer than all this 939 fuss

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? It only shows the winchesters pwning in voltage use...

 

The FX-55 is 130nm and runs a much higher Vcore than winchesters, which counts a lot for the voltage increase.

 

What we need are confirmed SSDOI 90nm (venice) Vs winchester if you want to copmpare voltage consumption. otherwise, that graph has no valid use, for SSDOI.

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Originally posted by Angry_Games

that graph is very good because it shows current winchesters that are available on the market.

 

It doesnt mean it has SSDOI, nor SS. Not much use, other than showing some nice voltage handling with just 90nm+SOI... ;)

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SSDOI is good but its not as important as the 90nm process, nor is it as important as the low power consumption.

 

dont go thinking that you MUST MUST MUST MUST have SSDOI or anything else.

 

very low power + 90nm = what is most important.

 

of course 'bleeding' is a problem when you start cranking up voltages and Mhz but I don't really think that its going to be a big problem. SSDOI might be better than a normal chip but its not the be-all/end-all.

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