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Duel Quad-Core computing; Intel reveals Proof of concept @ CES 2007
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Tuesday, 09 January 2007 07:35
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Intel's dual quad-core "V8" system
Intel makes 8-core processing the new playground

At CES 2007 today, Intel announced a proof-of-concept PC designed specifically to counter AMD's 4x4 platform for gamers. Dubbed the "V8" system, Intel demonstrated a system running on a pair of quad-core Kentsfield Xeon processors for a total of eight physical cores.

The system runs at 2.4GHz utilizing a 1066MHz system bus and is loaded with FB-DIMM memory. The graphics card is supported by a single NVIDIA 8800GTX. According to Intel, the "V8" system dished out a score of 6089 on 3DMark CPU bench.......Much More

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