Intel Says New Processor More Eco-Friendly

September 12, 2008

Intel Corp. has launched a new, more environmentally friendly processor that is manufactured in Costa Rica.

The processor is a 45 nanometer Xeon processor, which is marketed toward computer servers rather than personal computers.

The processors are faster, use less energy and do not contain halogens, a toxic chemical often used as a flame retardant.

 

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