Leading chip manufacturer Intel is expected to finally unveil its highly anticipated Nehalem-based CPUs sometime in November and, as we are getting closer to the release date, more details on the company's next-generation Core i7 models emerge. It appears that the Santa Clara-based chip maker has at least one ace up its sleeve, which will most certainly boost sales of most of the upcoming Core i7 chips.
It is generally believed that the new Nehalem-based Core i7 processors will deliver an unprecedented level of performance, which will most certainly please gaming users, who will probably be the first to benefit from Intel's upcoming CPUs. That is because most gaming applications are known for being very demanding as far as computer resources go, which is why gaming rigs are generally built using the latest in hardware technology. Even so, some users don't settle for the standard configuration and take the system's settings to the limit.