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Thursday, November 24, 2011
Intel Pitches New Pentium Chip For Servers


Pentium 350, a new Pentium processor for servers, was listed at Intel's web page.

Designed for low-end servers, the dual-core processor operates at a clock speed of 1.2GHz and has 3MB of cache. Built using the 32nm lithography, the processor draws 15 watts of power and lacks features such as processor graphics.

Intel is currently offering its Pentium line of processors mostly at budget laptops and desktops.


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