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Intel's New ‘Jasper Forest' Chip Improves Performance With Less Power
Written by Daniel   
Monday, 14 September 2009 17:16

Intel announced the ‘Jasper Forest' line of processors earlier this year. The new processors, named for a petrified forest in Arizona, have gone from concept to prototype and Intel is giving customers a peak now at what the 45-nanometer Jasper Forest CPUs have to offer.

Tony Bradley, PC World | Monday, September 14, 2009 9:40 AM PDT

 Jasper Forest is based on Intel's robust Nehalem chip architecture. However, the Jasper Forest processors deliver unique functionality to benefit dense server environments such as storage and communications environments and it does so while reducing power consumption by 27 watts. [Comments...]

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