The folks at Intel have just uncorked the first Sandy Bridge-based Xeons. With eight cores and 20MB of L3 cache per chip--and a breathtaking amount of total bandwidth--these new Xeons promise vast improvements in throughput over the prior generation. Read on for look at the Xeon E5-2600 lineup, along with some preliminary benchmarks from Damage Labs."
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