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August 24, 2008

Intel unveils dual-socket desktop platform

Processor giant Intel has introduced a dual-socket desktop platform that supports two Intel quad core processors, eight processing engines, and multi-card graphics products from ATI and Nvidia.

By CBR Staff Writer

Intel said the D5400XS provides multiple simultaneous graphics card features including Nvidia’s SLI and ATI’s Crossfire. It said its eight processing cores can be used by 3-D animators, digital audio artists, and high-definition video editors.

Jeff McCrea, senior vice president and general manager of digital home group at Intel, said: The ground-breaking Intel Desktop Board D5400XS enables the flexibility to pair a variety of quad graphics solutions with two of our fastest desktop processors. The result is stunning PC performance.

The D5400XS is priced at $649.


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