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Tuesday, 16 September 2008 12:55

Intel officially launches six-core Xeons

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Pricey record breakers


We talked
about Intel's six-core Xeons last week, and in case you've missed it, you can find detailed specs here. Today, Intel officially launched the new 7400 series parts and revealed the prices.

Intel is describing their six-headed monsters as the weapon of choice for virtualization, and claiming several performance records in a variety of industry benchmarks.

Prices range from $856 to $2,729 a pop, for orders of 1,000 or more units, of course. You can find out more here, and you can find the performance world records here.

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