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Intel planning Special Edition server processors

Posted on Monday, May 22 2006 @ 18:22:50 CEST by


Intel is planning to release special server chips based on the new Core architecture. These processors will use more power but will feature increased performance.
In a conversation with a UBS analyst about server processors, Intel indicated that it plans to offer “higher-performance” central processing units for “applications where performance is more important than power consumption”, reports Forbes web-site.

According to UBS analyst Thomas Thornhill, Intel’s code-named Woodcrest processors with two processing engines for mainstream dual-processor servers will have power consumption of 65W, whereas quad-core chips code-named Clovertown will have thermal design power of 80W.
More details over at X-bit Labs.


 



 

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