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|22nd April 2006, 10:14||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel Will Trim Pentium 4 Power Consumption to 65W
The world’s largest maker of x86 processors Intel Corp. reportedly plans to introduce a new version of its 65nm Intel Pentium 4 processors code-named Cedar Mill that will have power consumption inline with the company’s next-generation desktop chips known as Conroe. Low power consumption means that mainboards and cooling systems do not have to be very advanced, thus, will get less expensive.
|22nd April 2006, 15:36||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2004
Intel is finally getting there were they should be 2 years ago.
This cpu will be a good overclocker on air I guess.
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