|29 May 2009||#6|
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I think Intel's getting a little too far ahead of itself.
Quad core support is still in its early infancy, software-wise.
I'm still waiting to see significant gains for tri/quad CPUs...
But then again, this is a server chip so I doubt I'll be paying much attention.
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