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Just days after an internal memo from Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett was published calling the company's recent manufacturing problems "not acceptable," a bug has emerged with the chipset developed for Intel's latest Xeon servers,...
If you plan on installing Microsoft's 64-bit version of Windows XP on your Intel Nocona Xeon processors you're out of luck. Apparently the 64-bit version Windows can't run with Nocona extensions. However you...
A COUPLE OF PAGES up on the world wide web appear to be showing information that suggests Intel's 64/32 bit Nocona server chip will come in both 603 and 604 pin versions. The pages also...