Intel to Release Core 2 Quad Processor in January

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Date: Wednesday, December 20th, 2006, 11:48
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According to an article on Macworld News, chip manufacturer Intel will release the third generation of its Core processor line, this one featuring four processor cores which function simultaneously to work through tasks.
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The new processor will be released at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas the week of January 8th.
Like Intel’s current Core 2 Duo processor line, the Core 2 Quad processors will use multithreaded software which breaks a task into smaller pieces, then handles those segments simultaneously.
Multiple core processors are popular with users performing higher-end tasks such as digital media work, gaming and running servers, although Intel sees a rising market of mainstream users performing processor-intensive tasks such as music, multimedia and more hardware-intensive gaming.
Intel has yet to announce a release date, clock speed or timeline for hardware vendors such as Apple, Dell and others to integrate the new processors into their upcoming product lines.


According to an article on Macworld News, chip manufacturer Intel will release the third generation of its Core processor line, this one featuring four processor cores which function simultaneously to work through tasks.
intel.jpg
The new processor will be released at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas the week of January 8th.
Like Intel’s current Core 2 Duo processor line, the Core 2 Quad processors will use multithreaded software which breaks a task into smaller pieces, then handles those segments simultaneously.
Multiple core processors are popular with users performing higher-end tasks such as digital media work, gaming and running servers, although Intel sees a rising market of mainstream users performing processor-intensive tasks such as music, multimedia and more hardware-intensive gaming.
Intel has yet to announce a release date, clock speed or timeline for hardware vendors such as Apple, Dell and others to integrate the new processors into their upcoming product lines.

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