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Next-Generation Xeon Platforms Details Revealed

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  1. HellasVagabond New Member

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    This time Intel released information on its next generation Xeon Platforms, the Tylersburg. Tylersburg is Intel's latest platform for the Nehalem processors and comes in three variants the EP for efficient performance servers, EN for entry servers and WS for workstations. Intel has yet to reveal much information about the Tylersburg but according to sources plans are to have different variants of a single chipset for each platform. Currently the names for Intel's latest chipsets are the Tylersburg-36D, Tylersburg-36S and Tylersburg-24D. Tylersburg-36D is designed for dual-socket Tylersburg EP and WS platforms while the Tylersburg-24D will be the entry-level server chipset which will join Bensley VS and Cranberry Lake platforms. Finally the Tylersburg-36S will be used with the single processor Tylersburg WS platforms.
    Intel plans to release the Tylersburg platforms and Nehalem in the second half of 2008.

    Source: DailyTech
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    This is the chipset that will shift Intel into CSI? Wonder if they'll decide to make these xfire compatible along with the pc chipsets. Also, are these going to run fb-dimms?
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    not sure about that.

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