Dell today announced its intention to offer Intel’s dual-core processor technology on its high-performance personal computers for consumers and businesses. Dell has worked closely with Intel on the new technology for several years and has successfully tested dual-core processor-based systems in its engineering labs over the past few months. With the performance gains provided by dual-core technology, extreme gamers will have the ability to play the most powerful and complex games while running multiple applications concurrently, typically without performance degradation. Multimedia enthusiasts will delight in the ability to watch a DVD while burning music and other digital content simultaneously. Workstation customers will benefit from the ability to multi-task in a complex environment and optimally run multi-threaded applications. Dell plans to offer Dimension XPS gaming systems and Dell Precision workstations with Intel dual-core processor technology later this year.

Dell today announced its intention to offer Intel’s dual-core processor technology on its high-performance personal computers for consumers and businesses. Dell has worked closely with Intel on the new technology for several years and has successfully tested dual-core processor-based systems in its engineering labs over the past few months. With the performance gains provided by dual-core technology, extreme gamers will have the ability to play the most powerful and complex games while running multiple applications concurrently, typically without performance degradation. Multimedia enthusiasts will delight in the ability to watch a DVD while burning music and other digital content simultaneously. Workstation customers will benefit from the ability to multi-task in a complex environment and optimally run multi-threaded applications. Dell plans to offer Dimension XPS gaming systems and Dell Precision workstations with Intel dual-core processor technology later this year.