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Tuesday, 04 September 2007 14:52

Yorkfield Xeon 3.16GHz to cost $1139

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Soon to be launched


Intel's 45 nanometre quad core will be introduced at speeds up to 3.16 GHz and the top one branded as Xeon E5460. The 3 GHZ version will work at FSB 1600MHz while the 3.16GHz will work with FSB1333MHz.

It will cost $1139 at launch and it comes in LGA 771 socket. As any other Yorkfield it has 12 MB cache or 6 per core and this will be enough for just about anyone.

There will be eight more FSB 1333 Yorkfield / Harpertown versions but we will talk about them later.  

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