5 posts • joined 28 Jun 2007
Intel's side of the story
Hi, I work for Intel. For Intel's side of the story, pls read this: http://blogs.intel.com/technology/2008/06/usb_30_for_the_masses_dispelli.php
I work for Intel - for another opinion - look here: http://blogs.zdnet.com/Ou/?p=956
+ If you want industry standard power efficiency benchmark results, look here: http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2007q4/
New 3GHz Xeons
To Richard Tobin - You are partially right - But these are the 1st quad-core 3GHz server chips to fit into a standard 120W thermal envelope. The chips you mention were only use in Apple workstations at had a higher TDP. These chips will be used in workstations and servers sold by nearly 50 OEM's. FYI - I work at Intel.
50W is TDP
Hi, I work for Intel - and I just wanted to clear something up -- 50W is TDP, that is the maximum power the chip will draw. Not typical, or average power. Those would be lower.
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