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  • Doormat - Monday, March 03, 2008 - link

    "The ultra mobile variants based on Silverthorne will also launch around the same time frame but at various clock frequencies of up to 1.8GHz with a 0.6W - 2.5W TDP."

    I thought the top Silverthorne was supposed to run at 2GHz? Is Intel slipping a bit?
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  • cokbun - Monday, March 03, 2008 - link

    atom? thats like ultra lame.. and strange to pronounce ' intellatom ' how about nucleus or mono or hamburger, it sounds better. they have great cpus but can't name em properly. and what's '' 2 duo '' supposed to mean??
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  • Griswold - Monday, March 03, 2008 - link

    It beats "Nucular", though.

    (if you didnt get it, watch more simpsons)
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  • ucsdmike - Monday, March 03, 2008 - link

    Mota. Its what they were on when they thought of the name. Reply
  • iwodo - Monday, March 03, 2008 - link

    We need those Dual Core Version to be inside our NAS.
    Only then we will have an NAS that is capable to push 60+Mb /s and really usable as a storage device.
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  • stmok - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    There is going to be a dual-core version of Diamondville.

    It will be officially marketed as the Celeron 3xx.

    Intel is planning on a Q3 2008 release.

    It is for the affordable desktop market.
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  • sheh - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    A desktop computer for general use with a <10W (or even <5?) CPU sounds very promising. VIA's CPUs were an option, but too rare and probably more expensive (and less efficient).

    Add SSD, extra-integrated motherboard, and you have a small, passively cooled, <50W computer (sans monitor).
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  • DigitalFreak - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    Good name. Much better than Pentium or Centrino. It even fits in a way. Reply
  • Duwelon - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    Yeah Intel rules at marketing thats for sure. Now if AMD would do half as good... do they even advertise on TV? Reply
  • Samus - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    I like the name too. Very clever. Reply
  • stevekgoodwin - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    Do the logos need to be so very, very large in this article? There's a line between news and advertorials, which this article doesn't just skirt, it pants, hose, stockings, jeans, socks, jumper, pullovers, undergarments completely. Reply
  • AnnonymousCoward - Thursday, March 06, 2008 - link

    Is this really worth complaining about? I happen to like big pictures. Reply
  • DigitalFreak - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    Are you on dial-up? If not, quit bitching. Reply
  • Griswold - Monday, March 03, 2008 - link

    Dear lord, make this tool roll over and die already. Reply
  • stevekgoodwin - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    I was complaining about the x by y, not the k.

    I appreciate Anadtech showing us the new logos, I don't appreciate the enormous size of them. The cynic in me says it was to force the article to 2 pages to serve more ads.
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  • davepermen - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    I'd like to have a silverthorne in my notebook for daily usage, and the ability to turn on the larrabee if i need the performance.

    0.3W means very long online 'standby' time (messengers and such still usable), but if i need the power (for djing stuff), i still have larrabee in there.

    i'll call it "Intel Molecule" :)
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  • CK804 - Sunday, March 02, 2008 - link

    Silverthorne Get's a Name...are you trying to say "Silverthorne Get is a Name" or "Silverthorne Gets a Name?" Reply

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