Intel launched a bevy of new processors, including its highest-end desktop CPU and new, security-enhanced 32nm CPUs for the enterprise. The Xeon Processor 5600 series also includes the chipmaker's first six-core embedded processors, plus a dual-core processor for & micro servers& that has a TDP of only 30 Watts, the company says....
Intel’s new Xeon E5-2600 CPUs are hot off the wafers and here to provide “breakthrough I/O innovation.” You might be thinking, “How exciting can a new set of processors be?” I’m here to tell you, pretty darn exciting.
GCC 4.6 brings support for the new Go programming language, improved experimental support for the C++0x standard, support for Android Bionic C library, support fot ARM Cortex-M4, basic support for the Cortex-A15, Intel Core 2 and Core i7 optimizations, support for AMD Bobcat CPUs and more.
My home PC is pretty old (1.8 Ghz P4 processor, 40GB HDD and 128MB ram). I want to reassemble my PC, but I cant invest lot of money into it. From what I see the major components I need are MotherBoard, Processor, RAM and HDD.
Hardware Central: "Intel today broadened its number of ultra-low voltage processors (ULV) to include a complete range, from Celeron to Core i7, for the super-thin laptop market. This announcement builds on Intel's January introduction of laptop processors, which included only a few low-end ULV processors."