New Intel Cores Coming
8:50 AM | Anthony Wang | 12 comments
Recently, The Tech Report posted an article on Intel's plans for its Core Duo processors. With the unveiling of the Mac Pro, Apple's professional desktops, expected at the next WWDC Event, Apple may be using the new Intel Core chips to power them.
In addition to the chipset announcements, Intel reiterated its schedule for Core-based processors. The company still plans to ship new Core-based "Woodcrest" workstation chips in June, with the desktop Core 2 lineup to follow in July and the mobile Core 2 Duos to come in August. The company also said the top-end desktop Core 2 Extreme would launch at "2.93 megahertz" before being upgraded to "3.2 megahertz" later this year. Either this confirms earlier mention of successive 2.93 GHz and 3.2 GHz clock speeds for the chip, or the Core 2 Extreme will really be a souped-up 8080.Please follow the links below to learn more information.
Tech Report: New Intel Core Duo
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