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Old 2nd May 2006, 21:49   #1
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Intel Quietly Begins to Sell Intel Pentium D 960 Processor

Intel Corp. has quietly started to sell its Pentium D processor, an anticipated update for the Pentium D family that brings higher performance for the performance-mainstream desktops powered by Intelís chips. It is interesting to note that Intel had not formally announced the Pentium D 960 processor, nor another high-performance chip Ė the Pentium 965 Extreme Edition.
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