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Well, The Quad 2 Core (Kentsfield) Reviews are Up...


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...........and I am literally salivating while pondering the sheer magnitude of what a Mac Pro fitted with two Quad-Core chips could do. (**Note, these reviews have nothing to do with Mac Pros!!! Just the chips themselves!!**)


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(**Note, these reviews have nothing to do with Mac Pros!!! Just the chips themselves!!**)
...which is why the thread is being moved to a more appropriate forum. :black:

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