Intel reveals Haswell PC and server microprocessors

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Intel claims reduced power consumption for next-generation PC and server processors

Intel has released details about its forthcoming i-series microprocessors, dubbed "Haswell", which it claims will feature radically reduced power consumption. The details cover the high-end quad...

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