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The Dua Core Intel Xeon 5100 series processors empower next-generation platforms with the capabilities to get more done on fewer systems, optimize data center density and improve business continuity. Intel Xeon 5100 series processors redefine what DP (Dual-Processor) servers and workstations should deliver to help business be more efficient, dependable and agile. The Dual Core Intel Xeon 5100 series, with 64-bit computing and greater power efficiency, is ideal for intense computing environments, business-critical applications and high-end workstations.
Powered by the Intel 5000 series chipset family and Fully Buffered DIMM (FBDIMM) technology, new dual-core Intel Xeon 5100 series-based platforms are expected to deliver up to 3 times the performance and over 3 times the performance/watt of previous-generation single core Intel Xeon Processors. Featuring a 1066MHz FSB, 4MB shared L2 cache and an operating speed of 1.86GHz with a TDP of only 65w, the dual-core Intel Xeon 5120 processor delivers impressive performance, reliability and versatility, and will help drive low total cost of ownership.
Pros: Great processor, never gets bogged down, handles everything I can throw at it very quickly.
Cons: Absolutely none that I can see...
Other Thoughts: Running in a workstation at stock speeds with Nvidia Quadro FX 3500 and 2 gigs ddr2 667 ram. This thing flies, works wonderfully when rendering Softimage and Bryce animations/scenes.
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Xeon 5120, The Overclocker's Choice!
Pros: 1) Overclockable.
Cons: 1) None
Other Thoughts: In stock form this CPU easily outperformed my Dual Xeon 3.0Ghz Irwindale system using Sisoft Sandra, with a single CPU. I understand this comparison is not scientific, but the performance cannot be denied. The CPU ran remarkably cool and quiet using the stock Intel cooler set to "Workstation Mode" in the bios.
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