Intel introduces the Pentium processor of the E3000 series in 45 nm for LGA 775
Intel will launch 45 nm dual-core Pentium processors for the socket LGA 775. The series will be called E3000.
[IMGGALLERY=15 type=s imgid=974700 ]According to Intel's website the semiconductor giant plans to introduce the Pentium processors of the E3000 series for the socket 775 as well. The CPUs will be produced in 45 nanometer and run with 0.85 to 1.3625 Volt. The CPU of the E3200 works with a multiplier of 12 in R0 stepping which results in 2.6 GHz clock frequency at a FSB of 800 MHz. The L2 cache, which has only 1 MiByte, is addressed with 2.4 GHz - however, that seems to be an error on the Intel website.
The CPUs will have two cores and support Speedstep and 64 Bit as well as XD-Bit, Enhanced Halt State (C1E) and Intel's Thermal Monitor 2. Prices and availability have not been revealed yet.
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