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Arrow Dell Scoops Up Intel's New 45nm Penryn Chips for Its Workstations

November 28, 2007 (Computerworld) -- Dell Inc. is the first PC vendor out of the gate to ship workstations with Intel Corp.'s brand new 45-nanometer Penryn microprocessors.

The company on Tuesday announced plans to unveil two new Dell Precision workstations that use Intel's quad-core and dual-core Xeon processors. Intel released its Penryn family of 45nm processors earlier this month. While other major PC vendors are expected to offer systems running Intel's latest offering, Dell was quick to beat rivals like Lenovo Group Ltd. and Hewlett-Packard Co. to the punch.

The new Dell Precision T5400 and the Dell Precision T7400 workstations, both running quad-core chips, are available immediately. Systems based on dual-core Penryns are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2008.

Both Precision machines have a dual-socket design that's geared to support up to two multicore processors. The workstations also have dual, full-performance PCI Express Gen2 x16 graphics slots, as well as a dual independent front-side bus design, which is expected to provide a fast data path between processors.

When the Penryn chips were released, analysts were quick to note that they expected the new microprocessors to give a significant performance boost to gamers, researchers and serious multitaskers.


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