Frequency is different for starters

Article: Sizing up the Super Heavyweights
By: IntelUser (Intel_user2000.delete@this.yahoo.ca), October 27, 2004 5:28 pm
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"Also the new estimate takes
into account the much coarser scale of multithreading
in Montecito than was assumed in the earlier article.
This greatly limits its potential to improve throughput
of SPECrate type workloads."

Really? That much? I am not that technical, just an interested person. CMT affects it so much that spec rate goes from nearly 4x to +80%? Isn't it then much better to leave CMT then? 580mm2 with 80% faster than previous generation? That's it?
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