An in-depth look at Dothan: Intel's Pentium M

@ 2004/12/28
If you’re an Intel enthusiast, the last eleven and a half months haven’t been especially bright, especially when compared to the heady days of 2002 and 2003, when Northwood hadn’t met a clockspeed it didn’t like, and Canterwood could do no wrong. The retail market’s pre-launch anticipation of what was widely seen as Pentium 4’s pre-emptive strike against the Athlon 64 was badly deflated by the higher temperatures, decreased efficiency, and mediocre scaling Prescott actually delivered.

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