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Intel Life After "Conroe"
No one would doubt that Intel's Core 2 Duo is perhaps one of the most hyped and anticipated processor launches since the K8. The processor, expected to start shipping on July 23, 2006, is Intel's first major transition in desktop microarchitecture since the Willamette core was introduced in 2000.
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