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|1st April 2010, 08:36||#1|
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Eight-core Xeon 7500 family arrives on the scene
Hot on the heels of AMD's 12-core Opteron launch, Intel has countered with the formal release of its Nehalem-EX processor, now officially known as the Xeon 7500 series.
As we've explained in some of our previous coverage, Nehalem-EX has a rather impressive feature set: a native eight-core design (with 16 threads, thanks to Hyper-Threading), Turbo Boost, 24MB of shared L3 cache, four QuickPath Interface links, four DDR3 memory channels, and support for up to 16 memory modules per socket—even more than the 12 modules supported by the latest Opterons.
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