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|10th March 2009, 14:38||#1|
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Intel Nehalem EP in the house
We just thought you’d like to know that a pair of Nehalem EP CPUs arrived in the office today. Nehalem EP is the codename for the Nehalem-architecture Xeons that will replace the Core-architecture Xeon 5400-series later this year.
Like Core i7 CPUs, each Nehalem EP has four physical cores and four logical Hyper-Threaded cores, but two CPUs can be installed in a single motherboard providing 16 cores for the OS to play with.
We’re still waiting for some motherboards from Asus and Supermicro to arrive later this week and some lovely registered DDR3 from Crucial, so you'll have to wait a little longer for any benchmark results.
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