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Old 13th June 2006, 09:36   #1
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Intel Bumps Tulsa Ahead to Q3 2006

Intel representatives today announced that the company intends to push up the launch of its "Opteron killer" code named Tulsa. Tulsa is dual-core processor built Intelís 65-nanometer process and is the last remnants of the NetBurst architecture. That is not to say however that Tulsa doesnít still have a few tricks up her sleeve.
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