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    Intel 'Paxville' Xeon DP 2.8GHz

    We've had a look at dual-core Intel processors on HEXUS in 2005, starting with the Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 840 and most recently the Pentium D 820, with both based on Netburst performance tenets.

    Now it's Xeon's turn to do the dual-core Netburst dance. Paxville is the name of the core, and it's that which has to do another gruelling 12 rounds with Opteron until Woodcrest takes the tag and wrestles whatever AMD have around by then.
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    Why even waste the time and money bringing things like this out, there just embarrassing themselves surely.....

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    It's not the processor as such, it's the backbone to the rest of the system that Intel use to connect the CPU. If the bus wasn't shared and the memory controller wasn't so miserly, it would do a heck of a lot better.

    The CPU doesn't really need HT, though.
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    Nice analysis, and a good reason why my newest server is one of THESE with a couple of 270s in it (alright, I'm a cheapskate).

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