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Intel Penryn processor benchmarked
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 07 June 2007 11:46

From LegitReiews:

This morning at Computex, Intel held a very small and private tech session that was aimed at showing off what a pair of their upcoming 45nm Penryn processors could do in their famed V8 test system that we first showed you back at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. Just a couple months ago at the Beijing Intel Developers Forum, Intel let the media benchmark a single 3.33GHz Penryn processor and we found it to be a monster. It seems that Intel was trying to bury the hatchet firmly in AMD's back and they might have succeeded in their mission this morning.

It was all smiles from Intel Senior Performance Analyst Francois Piednoel as he just finished running benchmarks with the V8 system which was running a pair of 3.00GHz Penryn processors that offered a combined total cache size of 24MB (12MB per processor).

Read it all here.

The existing Penryn discussion is here.

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