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Old 6th October 2005, 23:47   #1
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Default A Sneak Peak at Intel's 65 nm Pentium 4

History draws a somewhat ambivalent image of Intel's top selling microprocessor, the Pentium 4, because of its nearly picture-perfect career that lasted until an unprecedented turning point. Intel platforms are versatile, processors are fast and fully featured today; but they run hotter and consume more energy than comparable products offered by the competition.

It all began with a radically new 180 nm processor design in 2000, which was created for the main purpose of outperforming the Athlon competition by pure clock speed alone. Less than a year later, the chip was shrunk to 130 nm and a new platform based on socket 478 was introduced. Quickly, clock speeds had rushed from 2 to 3 GHz, giving Intel the lead it sought.

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20-40Watt less at same GHz, impressive?
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May not be impressive; at least walking toward the right direction.
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