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Old January 5, 2007, 07:28 PM
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Default GamePC reviews Intel Xeon E5345 and X5355 quad-core processors

"Just a few weeks back, we took our first look at Intel's quad-core Xeon processor, codenamed "Cloverton", here at GamePC. Intel's "Cloverton" Xeon quad-core processors are architecturally identical to Intel's Core 2 Extreme quad-core chips on the desktop, but with one major benefit, the ability to run in multi-processor configurations. Thus, this new line of Xeon processors can easily be tossed into dual-processor motherboards to support a total of eight processor cores (two processors, four cores per processor), while running with run of the mill tower cases and power supplies. We're talking super-computer level processing power here, for a fraction of the cost and headache, and our initial benchmarks looked quite good."

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