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  • Intel's New Xeon E3 Gets Built-in Graphics - CPU contains micro-architecture, integrates Intel's HD P3000 graphics chip, Q&A with John Hendgerveld of Intel, Ralph Grabowski, upFront.eZine, Apr 19, 2011
  • Like How Workstation Prices are Dropping? Thank AMD - rise of Opteron-based workstations sent Intel into aggressive response, lowering prices, Alex Herrera, Jon Peddie Research, Graphic Speak, Mar 21, 2011
  • Intel's New Carrot: HD Graphics for Entry-Level Workstations - Intel Xeon E3-1200 chip has CPU, graphics processor on same die, gives professional workstation performance, Kenneth Wong, Desktop Engineering, Mar 8, 2011
  • Intel Core i7 Processor - faster, improved memory, hyperthreading, Turbo Mode, overclocking, high cost, Greg Corke, Develop3D, Feb 24, 2009
  • Intel Core 2 Duo: Woodcrest - Xeon 5100 series from Intel Core 2 Duo family has fastest and coolest processors that has 4MB of on-die L2 cache, more, Greg Corke, MCAD Online, August 8, 2006
  • Intel Launches New Generation of Dual-Core Processors - comparatively quieter and suitably priced, Core 2 Duo has 8GB RAM, Vista capable 64-bit Windows, enhanced multicore cache system, more, Sara Ferris, Cadalyst, July 31, 2006
  • Workstation Reviews - dual core processors from Alienware MJ-12 and Xworks X8i-SLIDC deliver multithreaded performance while HP xw4300 is the fastest processor running single threaded application, Greg Corke, MCAD Online, October 25, 2005
  • Build a Dual-Core System - learn more about creating a low-cost, high-end dual-core system to run business applications, Carol Ann Muff, Information Week, August 22, 2005
  • Dual Core for CAD - AMD and Intel's dual core CPUs save time while running multithreaded applications like FEA, CFD, and visualization, Greg Corke, MCAD Online, August 11, 2005
  • Workstation Reviews - reviews of six workstations from CAD 2, HP, Evesham, Scan, Delcam and Armari, Greg Corke, MCAD Online, August 11, 2005
  • CATbench Update Autumn 2004 - benchmarks test an IBM Z-Pro system using Intel's new Xeon 3.4 GHz EM64T processors and 3Dlabs' new Wildcat, Phil Harrison, CATIA Community, November 29, 2004 (requires free registration)
  • PC Workstations - CPUs - because CAD applications put a large load onto a CPU, it's one of the most important aspects of any workstation, Robert Jamieson, CADserver, November 19, 2004
  • PC Workstations - Motherboards - because it's the "heart" of a computer workstation, it's vital to select the right motherboard for your needs, Robert Jamieson, CADserver, November 19, 2004
  • New P4s Offer Mixed Results - the latest AMD systems post better scores than archrival Pentium 4 in tests of AutoCAD and almost every other benchmark, Anush Yegyazarian, PC World, March 2004
  • Apple G5: Smokes Intel Competition - Nemetschek North America published test scores demonstrating that in CAD and 3D performance the Macintosh G5 computer easily surpassed other processors including the G4 and the Intel Xeon, Anthony Frausto-Robledo, Architosh, January 26, 2004

  • High-End P4: Better, Not Best - Intel's Pentium 4 Extreme Edition chip is competitive, but doesn't beat AMD's top Athlon processor in AUGI's AutoCAD test, Tom Mainelli, PC World, December 2003

  • All I Wanna Do Is Opteron: I've Got a Feeling I’m Not the Only One - a look at the 64-bit processor race, with Intel's Itanium and AMD's Opteron leading the pack, Mark Devlin, Desktop Engineering, October 2003

  • A Fast Bus, but Catch It Later - Intel's new 875P chip set provides Pentium 4 PCs with an 800-MHz frontside bus and dual-channel DDR400 SDRAM memory, offering improved performance over an older chip set in tests with AutoCAD, Laurianne McLaughlin, PC World, June 2003

  • Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz Against Athlon XP 2600+ - as is typical, Pentium is the performance leader, while Athlon XP offers the best price-to-performance ratio, x-bit labs, November 2002

  • Intel Pentium 4 3.06GHz CPU with Hyper-Threading Technology: Killing Two Birds with a Stone - with its new Pentium 4 3.06GHz processor, which introduces the Hyper-Threading technology, Intel raises the performance bar for its CPUs and becomes the performance leader in the race with AMD, X-bit labs, November 14, 2002

  • Single CPU in Dual Operation: P4 3.06 GHz with Hyper-Threading Technology - with the introduction of the 3.06 GHz P4, Intel has distanced itself from the competition at AMD, Frank Völkel, Bert Töpelt and Uwe Scheffel, Tom's Hardware, November 14, 2002

  • AMD Athlon XP 2800+ and Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz in 3ds max 5 -  the two processors tested ran a close race, X-bit labs, October 31, 2002

  • New RAM Powers P4 Performance - with its new PC1066 memory and a 533-MHz bus, Intel's Pentium 4 finally delivers on its promise of high speed, Laurianne McLaughlin, PC World, October 2002
  • Speed Isn't Everything: P4/2800 Meets Athlon XP 2600+, Frank Völkel and Bert Töpelt, Tom's Hardware Guide, August 26, 2002
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