Today, Intel has thrown the gauntlet so to speak and has launched the first Quad-Core consumer processor. With the launch of Intel's Core 2 Extreme QX6700 based on the new Kentsfield core, the company is removing all doubt that multi-core is here to stay and developers need to begin making applications and games multi-threaded. To see how this processor performs in today's applications, take a look at this list of reviews and be sure to check out Hot Hardware's own take on Intel's latest flagship processor.
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