Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 13th Feb 2006 17:57 UTC, submitted by MaxxTotal
Intel Just as the bragging rights for dual-core chip supremacy are dying down, Intel gave the first glimpse of a quad-core chip coming next year. Clovertown, a four-core processor, will start shipping to computer manufacturers late this year and hit the market in early 2007. Clovertown will be made for dual-processor servers, which means that these servers will essentially be eight-processor servers. The company will also come out with a previously announced version called Tigerton around the same time for servers with four or more processors.
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RE: Windows
by kamil_chatrnuch on Mon 13th Feb 2006 22:23 UTC in reply to "Windows"
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support for multiple CPUs [multiple cores + HT excluded]:

Windows XP Home - 1 CPU [+dualcore +HT = 4]
Windows XP Professional - 2 CPUs [+dualcore +HT = 8]

Windows 2003 Standard Edition - 4 CPUs
Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition - 8 CPUs
Windows 2003 Datacenter Edition - 64 CPUs

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