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Intel releases power saving Xeon chips

Intel began shipping two new Xeon chips Monday according to the company. The L5310 and the L5320 are not being touted as faster, coming in at 1.6 and 1.86Ghz respectfully, Intel is taking the newest marketing trend and promoting the new chips power usage. The new Xeons will consume a small fifty watts each.

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