3.2GHz Pentium 4 Extreme Edition official shipments launched
Intel launched official shipments of its Pentium 4 Extreme Edition. CPU. If you remember, these were first introduced at the last Intel Developer Forum 2003. Pentium 4 Extreme Edition chips operate at 3.20GHz with 800MHz FSB, support Hyper-Threading, have 512Kb L2 cache and 2Mb L3 cache. Actually all the specs are not a secret for anybody, but if you missed something, you can read our Pentium 4 Extreme Edition vs. Athlon 64 FX.
I guess the only news expected in the official press release was the price. As it has been said before, in over 1,000-unit quantities box bundles will cost $925 clearly positioning for hardcore systems. This is actually confirmed in Intel´s press release. Systems on 3.20GHz Pentium 4 Extreme Edition have already been announced by a number of builders, including Dell and Gateway. For example, Gateway 700GX system on Intel 875P, 512Mb DDR400, GeForce FX 5900, 160Gb Serial ATA HDD, DVD-RAM/-R/CD-RW, 16X DVD-ROM, Creative Audigy2, 6-format card reader, Windows XP Home/Works 2004 and a 19" CRT monitor will cost $3299. Dell, in its turn, plans to release Precision 360 workstations alongside its new Dimension XPS systems.
ASUS Launches R9 200, R7 200 Series, Matrix R9 280X Graphics Cards
Apacer Launches SATA SLC-lite SSD solutions
ADATA Introduces a Stylish External HDD HC630
Samsung Introduces New Wireless Multiroom Speakers
WD Gives Consumers a Cloud of Their Own
Write a comment below. No registration needed!