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Intel goes up to 8 cores for mainstream chips, with a 28 core overclockable Xeon

Ars Technica ---------- Intel unveiled a range of new processors aimed at the performance-desktop segment on Monday. For the mainstream market, there are three new K-series overclockable chips branded as ninth-generation parts; seven new Core X-series chips are launching for the high-end desktop market, and for those who need still more performance, there's an overclockable Xeon chip. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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