A Photo Of Intel's New Processor
As you remember, at the IDF 2005 Intel paid much attention to transition to the 65nm process and power consumption reduction. It seems this is already being realized in silicon.
HKEPC posted a photograph, in which, according to its author, is a new Pentium 4 processor (to the right). According to Intel's ratings, it should be named "643". Judging by the specs of its closest brother Pentium 4 640 (to the left), we can assume the novelty has 3.2GHz core clock, 800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 cache, and supports Hyper-Threading.
The key difference is that it's based on the Presler core and is made using 65nm process (vs. the 90nm Prescott). Note that the Presler core corresponds to Intel's roadmap of desktop dual-core solutions and is to be replaced by Conroe in the future. And single-core Pentium 4 processors will be based on Cedar Mill.
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