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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.
Source: CNET News.com
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