Check it gamers, things are about to get like, so
extreme in Q4. RegHardware
has it from "motherboard-maker moles" that Intel will be loosing its smokin' Nehalem
architecture before the end of the year starting with a trio of quad-core "Bloomfield
" processors aimed at desktop users. A top o' the line 3.2GHz Extreme proc brings 8MB of L3 cache, connects to 1333MHz DDR3 memory, and rides Intel's new QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) bus capable of delivering 4.6 billion transactions per second. Front Side Bus, be gone.