Who Needs Four Cores?


In this vlog, Rick Schuckle from our technology group elaborates on some of the benefits that quad-core processors like Intel’s upcoming Core 2 Quad processor—the chip formerly known as Kentsfield—will bring to both enterprise customers and consumers alike.

For Linux users, you can access the Ogg Theora format of our vlog here.

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3 thoughts on “Who Needs Four Cores?

  1. I’m sold.  When do you expect I’ll be able to get a Dell workstation with cloverleaf processors?

  2.     Sweet, that will be nice when you guys make a dell inspiron with these cloverleaf processors in them

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