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Xeon 5150 vs. E5320 Processor - another random comparison - Xeon 5150 vs. E5320 Processor - another random comparison
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Intel and AMD have each had their own CPU's targeted towards the server market for a long time now. With the relatively recent arrival of multiple core CPU's to the mainstream market one is left wondering what the difference between the current mainstream Intel Core 2 Duo (code named Conroe) processor and a Xeon really is. It stands to reason that if a consumer is going to purchase an E6700 for roughly $550 why not spend the extra $100 and get its big brother the Xeon 5150, surely the extra $100 is worth all the extra horsepower you will gain isn't it? Wouldn't it be the difference between lets say a Ford Mustang and a Jaguar? Let's find out!
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