Well, it seems that Intel is going to release some really new dual core CPUs... Intel shows off dual core Pentium Ms

Well, it seems that Intel is going to release some really new dual core CPUs... Intel shows off dual core Pentium Ms

Post by geno_cybe » Fri, 10 Sep 2004 03:30:12


Well, it would be smart for Intel to release these on the desktop as
well in mid-2005 , totally skipping Prescott 65nm... will they ever do
that?
 
 
 

1. Dual CPU w/Dual Core or single core with dual CPU

2. Intel to come out with budget Core-2 based dual core Pentium

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Intel Corp. reportedly plans to s *** the introduction of mainstream
single-core microprocessors based on the Core 2 micro-architecture and
reportedly plans to introduce dual-core Pentium E2000 family in
mid-2007 instead to target market segments of mainstream computers,
the reports claim.

The forthcoming Pentium E2000 family will initially consist of two
processors Intel Pentium E2140 (1.60GHz) and Intel Pentium E2160
(1.80GHz) both based on the Conroe 1M core and produced using 65nm
fabrication process, according to a news-story by HKEPC web-site. The
new dual-core chips will have 1MB of unified level-two cache, will be
compatible with 800MHz processor system bus, will support 64-bit
capability, execute disable bit, Intel Enhanced SpeedStep technology
and will have 65W thermal design power.

3. Intel Core Duo - Intel Dual Core ?

4. Intel Core Duo ?Intel Dual Core ?

5. Intel Core Duo ?Intel Dual Core ?

6. Intel Core Duo 鈥?Intel Dual Core ?

7. High-performance SLI or dual-GPU graphics - beware Intel's dual-core CPU power consumption

8. mpi(ch) on dual-core CPUs (X2 - core intel or AMD)

9. Dual Core CPUs are slower than Dual Single core CPUs ??

10. Pentium Dual core speed - D950 3.4 GHz Dual Core Processor

11. Dual Core Dual CPU or just Dual CPU

12. Intel Pentium IV Dual core 6300

13. Intel Pentium D Dual Core

14. Hot Chips: Intel's dual-core Pentium 4 a rush job

15. How can I make MATLAB use both cores of my Dual Core Intel Xeon?