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Dual Duelling Duals (4 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 6-April-2005  12:04:47 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Intel fans will be happy with some big recent announcements. First up is NVIDIA's SLI for Intel platforms, with the release of their nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition chipset. This brings dual PCI-Express video card support to P4 users, previously only available on A64.

Coverage on Bjorn3D, ExtremeTech, FiringSquad, HardOCP, Hexus, HotHardware, LegitReviews, NeoSeeker, PCStats, PC Perspective, Sudhian and ViperLair.

Intel meanwhile lifted the wraps on their dual-core CPU. The first version is a "P4 840 Extreme Edition" at 3.2GHz, with quad-thread hyperthreading and 1MB L2 cache, running on Intel's 945/955X Express chipset.

Coverage on Anandtech, ExtremeTech, FiringSquad, HardOCP, Hexus, HotHardware, LegitReviews and TrustedReviews. Editorial thoughts on HardwareAnalysis and A1 Electronics. Discussion in our Intel Hardware forum here.

Just so the AMD fans have something to read, Xbit reviewed the new A64 XP3800+ Venice CPU, as well as the Sempr0n 3100+ E3 Core, which they call "a gift to overclockers".



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