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Description An optimized, half-width server board engineered to maximize compute density for high performance computing (HPC) workloads. The purpose-built Intel Server Board S5500HV delivers all of the benefits ... more

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Review of Intel Quad-Core E3-1230V3 3.3 GHz

Excellent

Excellent multitasking performance and features virtualisation technologies

No integrated graphics.

...I was looking to make an intel build after having last used the intel core i3 2120 (which was actually suprisingly good for games). However, I require more than 2 cores for things like video editing and streaming and my most recent AMD FX 8320 did well in those areas. So I was looking at intel i5 or an intel i7 as part of my build path. Unfortunately, the i5 did not support hyperthreading...

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Review of Intel Quad-Core Q6600 2.4 GHz

Excellent

4 cores, great performance, future proof

may require bios update, high power consumption

...Based on the same quad core architecture as Core2 Extreme QX6700 but with lower speed, with 4 cores this processor is really recommended especially for multitasking,multimedia encoding applications, but in generally is good at everything. The speed. The processor speed depend especially of the aplications used, in some is slower than a dual core processor but in four cores optimized...

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Review of Intel Quad-Core QX9650 3 GHz

Excellent

“Intels latest kick”

published 28/11/2007

Insanely efficient, SS4 instruction capabilities, unlocked multiplier

fairly expensive, some more programs need to be multi threaded

...beast. They are just as impressive and still have the 12mb cache. If you are a forward thinking gamer or encode etc then this chip is definitly for you. Dont go dual core. Already Intels aggresive pricing techniques have made this obsolete. Why 2 when you can get 4 cores? Highly recommended. Just a helpful reminder. Quad core Kentsfields are NOT supported on the 680i chipsets. Dont tell me...

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