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- We were gently rebuffed - There's got to be an Intel processor inside the machine, see.
- The sweet-spot for the new line will be about 200 processors per computer, Conway said.
- If it won't run on serial processors, then where is the parallel machine that it will run on?
- As expected, the Mac maker announced today that it will next year start phasing Intel processors into its computer line.
- The chip uses a new silicon layering process with multiple processors in the one chip.
- Socket T moves the pins that connect the processor and motherboard from the former to the latter.
- Intel also introduced a pair of new processors for two-way machines.
- Mainboards for AMD processors come in a red box and those for Intel in a blue one.
- Two of the claims, covering network processors and digital video chips, will be investigating in the current hearing.
- Neither Compaq nor IBM have any business PCs or laptops based on AMD processors.
- The machine has 720 processors and is currently ranked as the 16th most powerful computer in the world.
- The industry is used to doubling the speed of processors and the cost of them every 18 months.
- Intel has already introduced model numbers for its desktop and notebook processors.
- That's not uncommon with new processors, but the motherboard vendors' solution to the problem is unusual.
- As yet the new machines' processors are not known, beyond the generic G4 classification.
- Moving to a 256-bit instruction set means a processor can do twice as much work per MHz.
- So over the next few months, Intel will continue to ramp the clockspeed of its processors.
- Intel will, on the same date, formally introduce its flip chip 1GHz processors in two flavours.
- What PC World is actually doing is selling a laptop with a desktop processor in it.
- He said that there was little profit to be had, for Intel, outside it's core business of selling computer processors.