Pentium Dual core x20 x30 x40

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x20 (2.8 G), x30(3 G) and the x40(3.2 G)

No 4 GHz guys !

Intel's 630, 640, 650 and 660 processors, which have 2MB of L2 cache and 800MHz system buses and the 670, a 3.8GHz part.

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No, but I like the direction, just not the delay.

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heya priyajeet;

What will be interesting to see is how they impliment the dual core solution.
All indications seem to point to the core being 3Ghz in the way of 2x1.5Ghz, assuming that is the case, what type of performance improvements can we really expect to see considering we are reverting back to dual 1.5Ghz CPU's in effect. Even though the CPU can process two threads simultaniously, how is it going to be any different then dual 1.5Ghz Xeons. Its going to be interesting to see how intel spins this. I hope they have good spin doctors.

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It cannot possibly be that... a dual 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6Ghz P4 would be suicide for them, you must know that. I think they'll somehow manage to put two 3Ghz cores together...

...if they really did dual 1.5Ghz-clocked cores, then they'd be really stubborn not to go with dual PMs.
 

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