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Intel Prescott 2M Thermal Specs

CPU Model Frequency (Ghz) TDP (W) Max Tc (oC) Prescott (90nm, 1MB L2, 800Mhz FSB) 520 (04A) 2.8 84 67.7 530 (04A) 3.0 84 67.7 540 (04A) 3.2 84 67.7 550 (04A) 3.4 115 72.7 560 (04B) 3.6 115 72.7 570 (04B) 3.8 115 72.7 Prescott 2MB (90nm, 2MB L2,

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AMD Alchemy Au1200 CPU For Portable Multimedia

AMD today announced availability of the AMD Alchemy™ Au1200™ processor, a low-power, high-performance, system-on-chip solution designed to provide living-room quality video entertainment for consumers on the go. The Au1200 processor has been optimized for personal media players (PMP) and enables a new generation of conveniences and features, including scalable DVD-quality

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AMD New Rewards-Based Channel Programme In APAC

AMD today announced the launch of the AMD Solution Provide Programme, a channel programme designed to provide instant rewards for channel partners and easy access to marketing, sales and technical support. The points-based programme will reward channel partners for their loyalty in purchasing authentic AMD products, as well as offer

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Intel pre-announces Centrino Sonoma

CHIP GIANT Intel is briefing the US press about the introduction of its Sonoma microprocessor for notebooks. Intel will show off 150 notebooks from third party firms using the Sonoma when it's launch, and Intel Mobile will set up it's notebook stall at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week. (more…)

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HP & Intel Ended Itanium Partnership

HP and Intel ended their 10-year partnership to co-develop the Itanium chip for server computers, following disappointing sales of the product. HP's Itanium development team, with several hundred engineers, will be acquired by Intel and remain in Ft. Collins, Colorado. HP will continue to use Itanium chips in its servers

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Intel Desktop CPUs Roadmap

  Q4 '04 Q1 '05 Q2 '05 H2 '05 Pentium 4 Extreme Edition Gallatin (130nm, 2MB L3, 1066Mhz FSB) 3.46Ghz Prescott 2M (90nm, 2MB L2 1066Mhz FSB, EM64T) - Feb   3.73Ghz  - $ 999   ? Chipsets 925XE 955X Express (Glenwood) Pentium 4 Prescott (90nm, 1MB L2, 800Mhz FSB)

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ULi Began M1573 Volume Shipments

ULi has begun volume shipments of its PCIe-enabled M1573 southbridge to motherboard makers. The M1573 will be paired for use with ATI Technologies’ Radeon Xpress 200 series PCIe northbridge. The M1573 features high-definition (HD) audio and a 2-channel IDE Master controller, as well as a Fast Ethernet MAC layer and

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Intel Lyndon Platform & Future Ts

Intel plans to introduce its first dual processor core, "Smithfield," in the first quarter of 2005, as part of the company's "Lyndon" desktop platform. The desktop processor will include a version of the company's mobile SpeedStep technology for power management. The 2005 Lyndon platform will include the single-core chips with

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Intel To Gain Momentum Ahead

Intel will miss its 2004 product cost reduction targets because of a widely publicized string of product delays and problems, but those missteps are largely behind it now. Unit costs will fall by 20 percent between 2003 and 2006, even as Intel introduces more powerful features into its chips. With

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AMD Opteron w/ PowerNow! & OPM

AMD today announced the AMD Opteron™ processor family will include AMD PowerNow!™ technology with Optimized Power Management (OPM) in the first half of 2005. AMD PowerNow! technology for the AMD Opteron processor is designed to allow enterprise IT and workstation customers to decrease overall power consumption by enabling them to

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Intel Raised Q4 Revenue Outlook

Intel raised its quarterly revenue outlook, citing strong worldwide demand for its microprocessors and reduced levels of inventories. Revenue in the quarter ending Dec. 25 is now expected to reach $ 9.3 billion to $ 9.5 billion, up from an earlier target of $ 8.6 billion to $ 9.2 billion.

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AMD Opterons Gain Enterprise Support

25 percent of the Fortune Global 100 now using AMD Opteron? processor-based systems. Since its introduction more than one year ago, Fortune 500 companies from industries including financial services, insurance, manufacturing, automotive, and energy have selected AMD Opteron processor-based systems to run their critical enterprise applications. The AMD Opteron processor

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Notebook Makers Readying Sonoma Platform

Intel has delivered small volumes of one of its Alviso core-logic chipsets, the 915PM, to Taiwan notebook makers, for sample production, with volume shipments of the chips to begin on January 18, 2005. Intel also plans to start volume shipments of another Alviso core-logic chipset, the 915GM, to notebook makers

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Mobile AMD Sempron 3000+

AMD today introduced the new Mobile AMD Sempron™ processor 3000+ for thin and light notebooks, expanding the popular product family that has redefined everyday computing for today’s mobile lifestyle with AMD’s latest technology. In addition to offering best-in-class performance, this full-featured mobile processor also offers Enhanced Virus Protection (EVP) designed

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Intel Discontinued P4 Northwood

Intel has issued a notice to its customers that Intel Pentium 4 2.8, 3.0, 3.2 and 3.4Ghz based on 0.13 Northwood core with 800Mhz FSB for both boxed and tray will be discontinued. The reason given is that the market demand for these processors has shifted to higher performance Intel

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Intel To Adopt Serial FSB

Intel hinted that the Front Side Bus (FSB) of their future processors could go serial in 2007-8 timeframe. As Intel is gearing towards parallelism with their multi-core CPU designs therefore the processor bus connecting the CPU and chipset will be facing bandwidth bottleneck. This is the reason why the Dual

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Dell Close To Adopt Opterons

Dell indicated that the company is actively considering including AMD processors in its server roster in the foreseeable future. As of now, the PC and server maker remains as the lone holdout among its competition in not using AMD chips. AMD's technology lead on Intel in the 64-bit category as

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