Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Aug 2005 12:45 UTC
Intel Intel will unveil its next-generation processor architecture in just under two weeks' time, the chip giant said today. Due to ship in H2 2006, the architecture will result in "processors that are high-performance, energy-efficient and multi-core", the company said. "New form-factors" for PCs will be enabled, it promised. The beans will officially be spilled on 23 August.
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RE: @anonymous coward 205.173.58.xx
by abraxas on Sat 13th Aug 2005 12:31 UTC in reply to "@anonymous coward 205.173.58.xx"
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He is right to a degree. The Pentium M is based off the Pentium III line of chips. Your arguement isn't a very good one considering even Pentium 4 chips vary to the point that they have different FSB (533, 800), memory types (sdram, ddr, ddr2), and HT vs non-HT.

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