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Old 23rd August 2006, 17:02   #1
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Core 2 Duo powers Xeon 3000 series

Intel plans to launch versions of its Core 2 Duo desktop parts, branded under the Xeon banner and aimed at the server market. The higher-end Core 2 Duo chips will form the basis of the new 'Xeon 3000' series. An official announcement from Intel is expected in September at Intel's Fall Developer Conference.

The 3000 series is expected to be coupled with the Mukilteo-2 chipset, which was officially launched yesterday by Intel and now rebranded as the 3000/3010 depending on configuration.
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