DailyTech has a feature story on an Apple Mac Pro running
2 Quad-Core Clovertown processors with the resulting system running on 8 processor
cores flawlessly. No BIOS updates nor no pin-hacks or anything exotic was needed
to get the yet unannounced processors to work in the Mac Pro. The Mac Pro is
different from normal Desktop Systems as it uses server processors as opposed
to desktop processors, which gives it the adaptability for Clovertowns. Perhaps
more readers are familiar with the desktop variant which goes by Kentsfield
(Also Quad-Core), which is slated to be launched at the end of 2006.

DailyTech has a feature story on an Apple Mac Pro running
2 Quad-Core Clovertown processors with the resulting system running on 8 processor
cores flawlessly. No BIOS updates nor no pin-hacks or anything exotic was needed
to get the yet unannounced processors to work in the Mac Pro. The Mac Pro is
different from normal Desktop Systems as it uses server processors as opposed
to desktop processors, which gives it the adaptability for Clovertowns. Perhaps
more readers are familiar with the desktop variant which goes by Kentsfield
(Also Quad-Core), which is slated to be launched at the end of 2006.