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    Default =o Dual Intel quad-core benchmarks.

    http://www.hothardware.com/News/8Cor...g__Sneak_Peek/

    That's insane. I wish I had something better than my own quad-core CPU. T__T

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    lol 8 cores thats insane. power imagine the things you can do with this.

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    Umm, forgive me if I'm wrong, but doesn't that just use an upgrade of the quad-core Xeon series..? I mean, you could've done the same thing with a similar (E5000 based) board and E53xx Xeons right?

    And the E5000P chipset has been able to handle it since... Early this year..? Well, maybe that's just when the announcment was made.. So, guess I might really be wrong on this.

    Edit: Okay, I checked Intel's website, and apparently I could only find one board that supports two quad-core Xeons, and that's the S5000PSL (the exact one they used in the article).
    Last edited by qualia; 04-25-2007 at 09:15 PM.

 

 

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