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Intel add two quad-core Xeons

More energy efficient

Steve Dougherty | Aug 13, 2007 at 11:41 pm CDT (0 mins, 56 secs reading time)

Intel have introduced two new Xeon processors to the market today, these being the X5365 and L5335. Both of the new chips are quad-core parts, with the Xeon X5365 designed to operate at 3GHz and the L5335 at 2GHz. Both run on a 1333MHz FSB and boast improved power-saving characteristics.

Pricing? Never fun when it comes to Xeons but that's to be expected. The X5365 goes for $1172 whilst the more energy efficient L5335 sits at $380.

For further information you can grab's Intel's announcement here.

SYDNEY, Australia, August 14, 2007 - Continuing with its flurry of delivering quad-core server processors and other products ahead of schedule, Intel Corporation launched two quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors. The new processors boast unprecedented combinations of performance and energy efficiency, along with a pricing strategy to move the enterprise industry to multi-core systems. The new Intel® Xeon® Processors X5365 and L5335 also contain new virtualisation capabilities.

Designed for companies running performance-critical server and workstation applications, the Intel Xeon Processor X5365 is the industry's first 3.0 GHz quad-core processor to fit inside a standard 120 watt power envelope. The X5365 also features front-side bus (FSB) speed of 1333MHz.

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