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|20th April 2006, 15:13||#1|
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Intel Readies More Cost-Effective Dual-Core Chips - Pentium D 915 and 925
Intel Corp. is intending to unveil its Intel Pentium D models 915 and 925 that will work at 2.80GHz and 3.0GHz core-clock speeds, utilize 800MHz quad pumped bus, sport 4MB of level two cache (2MB per core) as well as 64-bit and execute disable bit capabilities. Neither of the new chips support virtualization technology, but the model 925 features enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology (EIST).
|20th April 2006, 21:04||#2|
"The new Intel Pentium D chips are projected to be introduced in the third quarter of this year and will succeed the Intel Pentium D 805 processor, a dual-core chip introduced earlier in 2006 that retailed for about $150."
Knew they'd do that! Bet they cost loads more too.....
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