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Thursday, 01 November 2007 12:29

Intel launches seven new Itaniums

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Up to 1.66 GHz at 667 MHz FSB


Intel
has unveiled seven Itanium 9100 Series processors, six dual cores and a lone single core model. The 9100 series represents the sixth generation of Itanium chips and these new parts feature Core Level Lock-Step and Demand Based Switching.

The 9100 Series features clock speeds of up to 1.66GHz and 667MHz FSB within a 104W power envelope, and a three-load bus - two processors and a chipset on the same bus.

All seven models are shipping today at prices ranging from US$696 to US$3,692, depending on order volume, features and performance. Parts supporting Core level Lock-Step will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2008.
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