New Intel Core I7-870, I7-860, I5-750 And Xeon 3400 CPUs Unveiled

Posted: Sep 8 2009, 2:26am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:09pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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Intel not only officially unveiled the new Core i5-750 CPU today, but also two new Core i7 CPUs and the Xeon 3400 CPUs.

The Core i5 is based on the Nehalem microarchitecture and are designed for consumers who need top-notch performance for digital media, productivity, gaming and other demanding applications. These processors, along with the new Intel P55 express chipset, are available today. See also these Core i5 Reviews we published earlier today.

In contrast to the Core i5 CPU, the top-of-the-line Core i7 processors also support Intel Hyper-Threading Technology. The new additions to the Core i7 CPU line are the Core i7-870 with 2.93GHz (Turbo: 3.6 GHz) and the i7-860 with 2.80GHz (Turbo: 3.46GHz).
Entry Server CPU Line Xeon 3400 consists of the Xeon X3470, Xeon X3460, Xeon X3450, Xeon X3440, Xeon X3430 and Xeon L3426.
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