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April 18, 2005

Dell goes dual-core

Dude, it's a dual-core. Dell yesterday released in the US a beefed-up workstation and personal computer that will be among the first to use Intel's new dual-core processors.

By CBR Staff Writer

The Dell Precision 380 workstation and Dimension XPS high-end PC will include Intel’s Pentium Processor Extreme Edition 64-bit chipset. The machines promise faster computing for users who run multiple content-rich applications, such as video editing, security scanning, computer-aided design, animation and games.

The Precision 380, which is slated for release April 20, will cost $2,259, supports up to 8GB of memory, manages as many as four SATA drives and comes in a rack-mounted chassis. The Dimension XPS is available now for $2,999, which includes six expansion slots and either Windows XP Profession or Media Center Edition 2005.

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