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Intel New Intel Xeon 30x0 series based on Core 2 Duo

Intel is expected to debut its Xeon 3000 processors this week at the Intel Developer Forum. The chips, close relatives of the Core 2 Duo desktop line, are for low-end servers. They should not be confused with the Woodcrest core based 51x0 series Xeon's, which support FB-DIMMS, and where the 5130 and above use a 1333FSB.

The Xeon 3040, 3050, 3060 and 3070 processors, expected to ship this month, are geared for uniprocessor servers that typically use Pentium D processors. The 3000 series is based on the Core microarchitecture, which improves the performance and electrical power efficiency of Intel processors, compared with NetBurst-era chips such as Pentium D.

According to an Intel price sheet seen by CNET News.com, the 3040 will run at 1.86GHz, the 3050 at 2.13GHz, the 3060 at 2.4GHz and the 3070 at 2.66GHz. The two lower-end models have 2MB of high-speed cache memory, and the two higher-end models have 4MB, the source said. (The price sheet did not list prices for those models.)

Those specifications match those of desktop processors--the Core 2 Duo E6300, E6400, E6600 and E6700. The Xeons use the same 1066MHz front-side bus connection to the rest of the system as their desktop brethren, but the chip packaging is different for the Xeons, a source familiar with the products said.


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